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IO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW P\ STOFFICE J
HONDA Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 18. 1507.
AUCTION HALES THIS DAT.
JOHN G. MILNOB 4 Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
furniture, drv Roods, olothing, Ao.
L. BUNCH 4 Sos will sell, at 9? o'clock, furni
KILROY 4 Go. will sell, at 10 oc?oek, iancv
goods, straw goods and uotio.is.
CAMPBELL, KNOX A Co. wi l sell, at 10 o'clock,
dry goods , notionb, fancv gooda, ic; also, boots
HALL THIEVES-The hall and hat-rack thieves
axe now going their rounds, and doors and win?
dows should bo carefully latched or bolted. A
gentleman on Vanderhorst slreet lost the whole ot
bia hats, coats and umbrellas ou Friday night, an J
a similar robbery is reported to have taken place
on Saturday. There should be no trustu.g io luck, j
or ofcanee, in these affairs. The thieves are prowl?
ing around, and only constant oare can deprive
them of their spoils.
PRICES OF STOCKS IN WILJIJNOTON.-At auction,
io Wilmington, N. C., on Friday last, thero were
?old : 23 shares Wilmington and Weldon Railroad
stock at $43 per share, cash, and 71 shares do at
$44 50 a ?5, one-half cash, and tho balance in six
months ; 51 shares Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad stock at $10 per share, cash ; S? shares
Wilmington Gai Company al $52 per share, one
half oaah, and the balance in six inon.hs. Par
value of stock of the Wilmington and Weldon Rail?
road, $100; Wilmington & Manchester Railroad,
$100 ; Wilmingi on Gas Company, $50.
SUICIDE.-On Saturday morning about eight
o'clock, Mi. Wm. C. Waterbery, residing at the
onrnrr of King indMazyck streets, committed sui?
cide by curtin* his throat. The deceased was,
previous to the war. a United States Doputy Mar?
shal bat latterly followed the business of a copust.
He had been out of employment for some time,
and it is presume i that this had produced a men?
tal depression, which led him to commit the fatal
deed. He was found in the piazza of the house
where ho resided, his head resting on a piece of
matting with hus throat cut to such an ex.cut,
that death mus; have beeu instantaneous.
LOOT AND FOUND.-A gold watch was t:dverti?ed
in tho NEWS of Saturday ns having been lost; and,
?arly on the following morning, a courteous noto
waa received, ?itat?ig that the watch had been
found and could be obtained afc the Citadel. The
lesson taught by thi ; is a simple ono. If yoe have
lost anything, advertise in the NEWS and ycu may
expect to find it. If you want anything, whether
a tenant, a servant, a house, a race track, or a
second-hand music box - advertise in the NEWS,
and JCJUT wants will be supplied. The NEWS is
the grevt advertising medium; and a glance at its
columns will show that t ie Charleston public ac?
knowledges the patent fact.
FASHIONABLE MOUBNTNO.-The New York Mail
tolls how to mourn fashionably. A dress of fine
woollen poplin, gored skirt, full at thc back and
long train, high bodice and plain coat sleeve,
trimmed in narrow bias strips, stitched, and orna?
mented with buttons of tho same material. A
loose saok, with long lappee in fi ont, trimmed with
bias bands all rcund, to correspond with trimming
on the skirt, pockets, and double row of buttons
pn the fronts. 3oncet,F anchon of plaited crape,
with vail at the back, trimmed round with bias
fex'ds, with lappees fastened in front under bow of
ribbon; plain cripe veil with wido hem, plain collars
of crv.pe or grenadine, simply stitched for deep
mourning. Jot ornaments are now in such gene?
ral use, that they are not p: per in full mourning;
in half moui*nin : ornaments of jet or carved wood,
white bingeridv braiding in violet and white is
proper, as are the* lustreless silks, and black and
white checks if trimmed in black.
CXOSXNO THE 3AB BOOMA-lae following order
was issued on .'Saturday I ? General Curz, the
Post Commandant :
[QKZTXBAI, OBOEIlS ?0. SS.]
LT. In accordance with tho requirements of tho
10th paragraph of General Orders No. 99, of Oc?
tober 16,1867, from the headquarters of the Second
Military District, all barrooms, saloons, and other
places for the sala of liquors by retail, will L c clos?
ed from ?six o'. lock of the evening of the 18th of
November until six o'clock of the morning of the
21st of November, 1867 ; and dining this time thc
aile of all intoxicating liquors at or near any poll?
ing place is prohibited. The polioe officers of
cities and towns, and the Sheriffs and other peace
officers of Districts, will be held responsible for
the strict euforcement of this prohibition, and
will promptly arrest and bold for trial all persons
who may transgress it.
THSUTEI TO-SIOHT.-Tho long ItfoVed for como
atlast. Theatre is here and will open to-night for
th? first time, and present its claims for tho pubiio
patronage. Whit thc resuit will be is already
known-every seat will be filled, and tho receipt of
greenbacks will be a conveuincing proof that dra
matic entertainments aie appreciated. The dearth
of these amusements that has ailee t d our city
JOT ao long, is nc w at an enl and to-aight -.viii in?
augurate a new sra that will infuse vitality into
every department of busiaess. The plays adver?
tised for to-nish t are wfcll calculated to please, and
will attract a large audience. Maggie MitobcU'a
play of Little Bare oat, and the laughahle after
piece, by Bro ?ghan, will remind all theatre goers
of the good old times when tho Charleston Theatre
wis in full blast, and orowded nightly with lar ;o
audienoes. The effort of Messrs. Templeton to
reintroduce the ?rama will meet with the success
the enterprise merits, snd the past will be foigot
-ien in the anticipations of a brighter and a better
STREET 8IOHTS-Aw EDUCATED I^JMOCET.-For a
few days past the almost forgotten sound of the
hurdy-gurdy has been heard in our streets, but it
wa? not the same hurdy gurdy that charmed tue
ears ?>f the public in days of yore. The present
visitation is of an entirely different oharacter. The
music is produced" in the same way, but the ac?
companiments are far superior. Tho inevitable
monkey is still in attendance, but he is infinitely
superior to his predecessors, being an educated
?nd Intelligent animal. Eis own . r places a camp
table in the street, and Monsieur Jocko performs
a number of fonts that charm tho nickel troriathe
pockets of the bystanders. He plays the ?Malo
with the sir of a connoisseur, fences with the
broad sword, handles a gun, loads and fires it Uko
an old soldier, and uses a broom with a dexterity
that would maka a housekeeper blush. Jocko is
evidently a nonsuch, and we extend hip) a hearty
welcome tc our streets. What with the circus, tho
theatre, and the inimitable acting of Jocko, our
people will have no want of amusement for a few
FHaTlOHTS AND STEAMSHIPS.-1 afc L;e rise in
xreighta has itaparted increased activity to the
movement of s ?earn vessels, and our friends In
this and tho neighboring States may roly on our
port furnishing * hem the most ready and reasona?
ble forms of transporting their cotton and other
products to market. During the prosent week we
will have an visually large amount of steam ton?
nage on the berth, and shippers will enjoy great
.facilities for sending off their products. Tho noble
harbor of Charleston will yet, notwithstanding
the disastrous affect of the war on tho material
interests of th') city, assert its great and telling
advantages ovnr all ita neighbors, as being the
position best suited and located to be the collect?
ing and distributing point for the South Atlantic
.States and much of the country in tho Booth Mis?
sissippi valley. The following etoamsh-ps will be
on the berth during the present week: Messrs.
Street, Bros. 4 Co. and Courtenay 4 Trenholm
will have the Rhode Island and Champion tor Ne.v
York, and expect the James Adgor. Messrs. Jehu
4 Theodore Getty will have the Emily 5. Sonder,
and expect the Prometheus and Miami, ill for
New York. Messrs. Ravenel 4 Co. will havo the
Matanzas :or New 1'ork. Messrs. Willis 4 Chisolm
have oo the berth for tho same port the steam -ip
Equator. Messrs. Courtenay 4 ?r?chulm have
the Sea Gull for Baltimore, and expect the Falcon.
Meesri. H. F. Baker 4 Co. have ju|t dispatched
the steamship Alliance Jar Philadelphia with a full
oargo, and Mr. W. Roach anticipates tho arrival ol
the steamship George B. Upton from Boston, and
abe will immediately return to that point. And,
above all, Mesara. W. B. ?mito 4 Co. advertise the
?teaxaahip Pioneer for Liverpool, which vessel
made a roost successful trip last year, giving ship
pars dixaot lioihtiea by steam to the great B?jj;U8h
market. Our merooanU have also advertised a
number of first-aiaas sailing vessels, both foi
foreign and domestic ports, so that cotton opera
ton may wc? for extended facilities. --
UNITED STATSJ COURT-HON. GEO. S. BEVAN
PttESiDrso.-The Court waa engaged Saturday in
tho caso of ILrd. Jane Pringle os. tho steamer Lit?
tle Addie, wuich was oontinuod from the previous
Ia Friday's proceeilings an error waa made in
the toport > the following case, which we repub?
lish oorreo: J : .
thomas '.. Fountain ads. Jrfseph Frank; Messrs.
Porter and Connor for tho petitioner ; C. H. Simon
ton, Esq., for thc defendant. On motion of the
Solicitors for the petitionor, an injunction was
ordered restraining the said Thomas E. Fountain,
and all other persons, from making any transfer
or disposition of tho property of the said T. E.
Fountain, until the decision of the Court is pro?
nounced upon a petition filed against his alleged
THE STEAMSHIP CHARLESTON.-This steamship,
whi^h may not be recognized by some of our read
ets under her new name, and which waa under con?
struction at New-York city about the commence?
ment of tho war, waa originally called the "John
P. King," in compliment to the able and efficient
head of the Georgia Railroad, arrived hero cn Sat
.rday last. Soon after the beginning of hostilities
she was puro!:ased by the Federal Government and
used as a cruiser along the coast, and was known
as tho "Rhode Island," under which cognomen she
will be remembered by blockade runners. In that
employment she was always looked upon as a dan?
gerous enemy, and had a high reputation for ?peed
and for certainty in securing her prey when once
fairly in sight. She was well taken care of during
the war, and came out of her arduous labors in ;
better condition than most vessels that have been <
engaged in tho blockade service She was lately
said by tho authorities at Washington, and has
b en purchased by the New York and Charleston
Steamship CompaLj, who have now the following
four first-class vessels, which will depart from eaoh
port or. every Tuesday and Saturday :
Tho steamship James Adgor, Captain T. J. Look
The stoamship Manhattan, Captain M. 8. Wood?
The stoamship Champion, Captain R. W. Lock?
Tho stoamship Charleston, Captain Barry.
Tho public may rely on prompt service by this
line, as the oharaoter of the vessel and their com?
manders is such as to seouro it. They are all ?ide?
ll heel ships, of good speed and capable of going
through any weather.
FREIGHTS TO CHESTER.-The folrowiiig paragraph
app:arerl in the last isBne of the Chester Standard:
Several merchants of this place have made com?
plaint of the high charge of freight between
Charleston und Chester, and numbers are ordering
goods shipped rta Portsmouth. Undoubtedly our
merchants would find it to their interest to pur?
chase, in Charleston if the present cost of freieht
Was only reduced. One of our principal firms pre?
sents U3 with a bill of glass :
Ono bill of glass to a firm in Chester.$17 00
Freight from Now York to Charleston. i oO
Freight from Charleston to Chester.. 13 00
The Standard does not say what quantity of glass
was oarried for $13, but a comparison of charges
upon one hundred pounds of glassware, or window
glass, will show where the high charge originates.
There is no "through'1 rate from New York to
Chester, beoanse the Charlotte Road will not pro
ra a with the South Carolina Road, and demands
foll local rates upon all freight from Columbia to
pents upon its line. But the South Carolina Raid
gives Choster the benefit of tho "through" rate
from Now York to Columbia ; and the rate to Ches?
ter is the ' through" rate ta Columbia, plus tba
rate fron hat oity to Chester.
For 100 lbs. of glass ware, from New York to
Columb a, tho charge is $1.20. Of this, thc steam?
ship receives 70 cents and the South Carolina Rail,
r J : d. 50 cents. But the Charlotte roads charges 60
conto on tliis 100 lbs. from Columbia to Chester,
Gi miles ; the same rate ih.it the South Carolina
road charges from Cheleston to Columbia, 130
miles. In window glass tho difference is greater,
for upon that the South Carolina road charges 40
couts from this city to Columbia, while tho Char?
lotte road for its 68 milos charges 50 conte.
Our contemporary was doubtless not acquainted
witrftjase facts; but it has been unjust to this
oity, and will doubtless hasten to correct its errors.
There is no lack of energy, and business spirit,
between Columbia and Charleston. Tho whole
fault hos with the Charlotte road, which waa built
for tho beneiit of this State and oity, and ia being
used Cor the benefit of Portsmouth alono.
THE EVANGEL CAL LUTHERAN SYNOD-PBOOXXD
nroa or TB? THIRD DAY'S SESSION.-The Synod
met in tho Wentworth Street Lutheran Church,
cn Saturday, at 9 o'olook, A. M. The minutes of j
the last, meeting were road and conflrmod.
A letter front the Commissioners of the Orphan
House, inviting tho Synod to visit the institution,
was road and the invitation accepted,
A number of resolutions were offered and coi?
ned, among which were the following:
H.so ved. That we urge upon all Lutherans in
Charlestan to meet in St. John's Charon (Or.
Bachman's) on Monday night, at half-past f even
o'clock, to make a concerted effort to liquidate the
indebtedness of Newberry College.
Ses jived. That this Synod levy a tax of eight
couts upon its members to sustain our Professors
in tho Theological Seminary,
Resolve f, Tnat each minister in connection with
this Synod endeavor to introduce tho book of wor?
ship into his ch: .ge.
Rtso ved. That the Corresponding Secretary of
Synod forward, at his earnest convenience, to the
Rev. C. H. Bernheim a oopy of the first item of the
report of the Committee on the President's Re?
port, informing him of our regret and disapproval
of t he course which he has pursued. ,
Riso'.srd, That during the Synodieal year, the
Seventh Jubilee of tn? Reformation, arrangement?
be made to coletrata tho Reformation m a becom?
ing manner, and that a Conimi.tee of three be ap?
pointed to confer wit1) tho pastors in reference to
thc se: vicoo and the time.
Revived, That oolleotions bt lifted on eaoh oc?
casion for tho vari?os religious purposes of the
tis e've-o. That the President be ux-offlclo a
Scruber of the Committee.
Ris.lv d ibat the Secretary have fifUan hun?
dred copius of thc minutes of the present session
of Synod printed.
2?<? coed, That all auxiliary sooiotioa be permit?
ted to have their minutas printed in connection
The Committee on the President's Report made
a report which reviewed tho different olauses and
wac in many respects an endorsement of the ori?
The Committee on the Treasurer's Report made
a report, wfcioh was adopted.
Tue Synod then adjourned to meet thia morning
at nine o'clock. _
TEL LIBERIAN EMIGRANTS.- Yesterday morning
the Liberian emigrants, 309 in number, were car?
ried by the Steamer St. Helena from Mat snail's
Wharf, where they had been enoamped, to tba
Golconda, which lay in the stream. The agent of
tho Society, Mi*. William Coppingor, accompanied
the emigrants, for the purpose of superintending
the emoarkation. The negroes were mostly fami?
lies from Southwestern Georgia, and were of all
a?es, many children being among the number.
They were apparently well supplied with money,
and many of thom took oat an abondance of
clothes, provisions and planting utensils, with
which io commence operations on their expected
farms. During their stay on the wharf, one of the
party, a young girl, died ;n an apoplectic fit.
They were all in high spirits, and visions cf future
prosperity in their now homes were danoing before
thoir eyes. Aa a general thing, the emigrants
ware well dressed, and appeared to be superior to
tho common field hands. They had evidently
studied the subject, and ?3.2 fully determined to
sunder tho tics which conneoted wee; with thia
country, and seek a now home on African soil.
Tho party wero embarked on the 8t. Helena
without any difficulty, though from the immense
amount of baggage that was taken along, it was
an operation that required bo,tti time eui uatience.
Oao young fellow complained bitterly th^t his wile
and family were aboard and hie luggage had not
arrived, but notwithstanding he determined to go
to the promised land, trusting to make up his loss
by hard work. The sea was quite rough at the
! time the Et. Helena left, and it was feared that it
would be impossible to effect tho re-embarkation
until a calm.
From some cause tho Liberian fever baa not
been ?3 popular as it was on the last trip of the
Golconda. Tnon fully seven hundred, among
whom were many city negroes, left for the borne of
blaci r.::c2 the land of. the free, but she will now
luke barolv bal; teat number, although the three
hundred md odd now gang will oarry aa much
baggage as was taken by the seven hundred.
Politic;: and the approaching elections havo done
mach to doter the negroes from emigrating. On
the ?LC band their Radical triends promised them
. o:v privilege in their present homes, while the
Colonisation Society too? them to a far country
and gave them lund and provisions fox jix months.
Which have chosen tho wiser part remains to be
seen, t je emigrants or the stay at home crowd.
The golconda is in every respect a fine emigrant
vessel, furnished v.:tb all of tho conveniences ne?
cessary for a long voyage. Her quartors between
decks are quito comfortable, and the thr?e hun?
dred passengers will not be oramped :ior room, ano*
the long voyage will be passed pleasantly. Thc
cook galley of the Golconda i? furnished with thc
latest im roveuents, and th? food used by the
emigrants is cooked in the best manner. Ever)
attention is paid by the Society and the Captain
to the sanitary welfare of their passengers, and thc
trip ia generally made without any iou of Iii?.
I HOTEL ARRIVALS-The arrival of Saturday and
Sunday PTO as follows :
Milis Uouse.-Cj.pt. Geo. Smith, Miss.: Jno. 8.
C iatollo, N. Y. ; Wm. Geddes, Ottawa, Ontario; Goo.
W. Quenlard, N. Y.; Aroh. Getty, N. Y.; E. W. A.
Griswold, Newport, R. L; W. Yan Norden and
wife, N. Y.; Wm. Five and wifo, N. Y.; T. B. Fer?
gusson and lady, Baltimore ; Henry Weldon and
wife, City ; H. F. Loury, Now Hampshire ; D. B.
Hey ward, 8. G.; F. G. DeFontaine, Columbia; A.
B. Boot, Utica, N. Y.; J. H. Nelscol, N. Y.; W.Rus?
sel, steamship E. B. 8oudor ; Wm. Jackson, N. Y.;
G. Ober, Baltimore.
Charleston EoieL-J&mea 0. Shelden, Now York;
Peter Whipple and John Howard, North Carolina ;
S. T. Dearing, Augusta ; Captain P. Peck, Savan?
nah ; Dr. H. Baer, city ; S. T. Howard, Columbus,
Ga.; J. Wiison, New York ; Waltor Wood, Georgia;
J. A. Peterkin, South Carolina ; L. H. McTyro,
Walter Cameron and lady, and Miss Ida Cameron,
Augusta ; John McCullough, New York ; Dr. Edgar
Chandler and lady, Virginia ; James H. Dow, New
Orleans ; H. Gleason, Chicago ; Samuel Strouao,
Pottsville, Pa.; S. Wolfe, Winnsboro', S. C.; L. M.
Grist, Yorkville ; J. Lcwollyn, South Carolina.
Pavilion ffo'e'.-C. W. Ponsaw, G. B. Town
1 send, N. E. R. R.; N. B. Cotiser, Clarendon, S. C.;
S. R, Epas, Clarendon; M. W. Logier, oity; Mrs.
Savage, N. Y.; John Robinson's circus troupe, con?
sisting of John Robinson and family, 65 persons;
Robert Tilkens, St. Louis; Wm. GleaBOn.St. Louis;
W. L. Jukes. _
GOOD NEWS TO AIL.-John "Robinson, tho great
j showist, has arrived, and will, according to his
I promiso, entertain our citizens by a magnificent
; parade of his entire troupe through tho streets.
Not having seen this imposing procession, we
ateal some thunder from the Augusta Chronicle.
The Chronicle man has seen tho show, and thus
"This grand establishment made its entree into
the oity at ten o'clock yesterday moraine:, and,
headed by a magnificent band in a handsome
chariot, moved through ~.ur principal streets,
attracting universal attention. People flocked to
their windows, piazzas, and every avadabio spot
that would command the best view. Aud no won?
der-for it is seldom that the people of Augusta
are regaled with so imposing a pageant. There
waa tho chariot, tt?b membois of the vast company
I rigged out in gorgeous array, followed by tbe
ponies, the elephant aud the cages containing the
animals, makin); a long and imposing procession.
This was old John Robinson's getting up, and if
the court knows itself, and she think? she do, it is
its unanimous opinion that old John knows how
to keep a hotel. Wo knew him moro than twenty
five years ago. when wo were in our teens, and old
John Robinson was running a circus then, and his
experience has ripened into the vast and brilliant
concern he now has in Augusta.
"Promptly at one, tho doors wore thrown open,
but the people were os prompt as tho doorkeeper
was, for they were on band, and made a rush tor
the best seats. Wo did not arrive on the scene
until late, but wero pleased to see every soat filled,
thus evincing to the aforesaid John R. the appre?
ciation in which ho and his oircus aro neld by the
people ol Augusta. We first inspeoted bis me?
nagerie-which is very completo-an.1 then looked
at the performances iu tho ring, which were very
chaste, and to the witticisms or tho clown nono
could take exception. Miss Alice is a very grace?
ful and daring rider, and elicited much applause.
The great event of the evening, however, was the
odored boy in his hurdle oct. Ho is as nimble aa
a oat, and his performance was received with up?
All of this, we are confidently informed, is just
so, and we advise all who wish to secure peeping
room to be on hand early, as the rush will be tre?
FOB GOOD CLOTOTNO. cheap, go to Macollar, Wil?
liams & Parker's, No. 270 King street. uwf
SHIPPERS per steamship "Charleston," for Now
York, are notified that their Bills of Lading should
be handed in for signature at the office of Courte?
nay & Trenholm, East Bay, next corner Adger's
South Wharf, by 8J o'clock A- M., to-morrow.
TEX DZW OF TBS ALPS.-This is the fascinating
name of an equally fascinating beverage, au J those
who have onco moist .ned their lips with this Dew
will swear by it forever. It is prepared by tho
great Udolpho Woolfo, whoso Schiedam Schnapps
have a world-wide celebrity, ihe Dew is one of j
his recent achievements, and ?B worthy of a place
in pharmacy as an invigorating cordial. Its proper?
ties are to o uro all disoases arising from mental
depression, to revive the drooping spirits, and
make the old feel young again. M sara. Henry
Bischoff A Co. havo a supply of this elixer of Ufe,
which they will dlspensoHo the public.
MILLER'S ALMANAC-This invaluable calendar
announces that it will, on tho first of January,
commente tho 51st year of its oxistonoe. For the
halt of a contury, Miller's Almanao has been an in?
dispensable necessity to every household. It has
told, with unerring certainty, tho ohanges of the
moon, tho height of the tides, and the days of the
year, besides all of the remurkeble cccurrenoes
that have happened or will happen during the
same time. Mr. Archibald E. Miller, the father of
this Almanac, is an old and respected typo whose
life has been spent in the servioe, but who still
edits the Almanac with the same ability that he
did in by-gono years. This Almanac has au es?
tablished reputation for aocursjsy, and while its
useful career is continued, it will keep the inside
track against all competion. Mr. Hiram Harris,
who prepares the Almanac, will furnish them in
the finest and most attractive style, both for or?
nament and use. _
Cns BIST ?LACK rs CHARLESTON to get your
money's worth is at Maoullar, Williams & Parker's,
oN. 270 King street mwf
THE GOLDEN ROUSER.-Cowper sang of tho sofa,
but if ho had lived in tho present generation be
would have changed his lay and have expatiated
on the pleasing p -opcrties of a well balan?ed rock?
ing chair. He would have found abandant mate?
rial for hi* theme, as there is no article of furni?
ture that is In moro general use than this easy,
comfortable ohalr. Messrs. Mackey & Baker, the
proprietors of tho large furniture warcrooms in
the Adger Building, determ'ned to no longer hide
their light under a busho!, but to let it shine be?
fore all men. To effect ibis desirable object tue
terrica.: of Mr. Christopher Werner were obtained,
and that skillful worker in iron soon supplied the
deficiency bv furnishing one cf hio marvellous
signs, that will attract a. ten tien while the building
lasts. The golden rooker will bcoomo one of the
landmarks of Charleston, and will guide the
stranger unerringly to the lurniture depot of |
Messrs. Mackey & Bab r.
The sign was ramed to its present position, mid
heaven and earth, on Saturday afternoon, In th 3
presence ci u large crowd, who had collected to
witness the undertaking. Every preparation had
been made and the golden chair was soon ono of
the signs of the times. It is placed al the extrem?
ity of an ornamental iron bar, and is surmounted
by a brilliant bird of Paradise and the letters "C.
W." Tho chair is of fllagreo Ironwork and quite
tact y in Its design. It is gilded in the best mauner
known, and san be Q3?D far and wide.
Under tho chair and ponaanl from the iron bar
is a signboard heiring names ol "Mackey A* Baker,
Furniture," in large gilt letters ihe sign was
made by Mr. W. Brower, and tho work was done in
an artistic manner that reflects great credit on the
author. The body of the sigu is sanded and the
letters a little depressed but highly gilt.
After the raising of the double sigu au adjourn?
ment was failed to the building, where a superb
collation had been prepared. Tho many fmuds of
Messrs. Maokey A Baker pledged their healths and
oontinued prosperity, and a few hours were spent
in convivial enjoyment, the least of reason and
flow of soul that is genoratod by a moderate nee
oi the good things ol this life.
KENTTJCEY STATE CaVBOUT^U! LOTTERY draws
every day at Covington, Ky. Whola tickets from
$1 to ?10; ?hires iu proportion Priae* from
?4000 to $(50,000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. 90 Hisel street, Charleston, S. C.
November V_ Imo
The best Dyspeptic Bitters now in usc are tANaao's
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to give relief. Iry a
bottle, and be convinced. For salo by all Druggists, m
FOB GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, good and oheap,
go to Kvmllar. Williams ?? Parkor's, No, 270 King
street. _ rriwf
lt. H. "
If you want chea). Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, D;\ulope3, Pa?
per, ie.; or, MILLERS' Almanao;
li you want Printing executed neatly.
ff you want Booka bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made t? sidsr, nfh. any Jested pa-tteni ot
rulmg, go to HIRAM HARRI;, SO. W L.OA? ?irect.
DYSPEPSIA.-A young lady of tnanty-six had
boon troubled with indigestion for several months,
so as to render greet caro necessary in the selsc
tiou of her food. After eating, the stomach be?
came acid, food rising iz ber mouth with water,
and an unpleasant, heavy, load-like sensation in
her stomach, continuing somo nours; frequent
headaches, bowels constipated, and a deprossed
mental conditiou. abe commenced taking Hum?
phrey's Dyspepsia Pilla. No. 10, ono morning and
nigbt, and in less than a week, every symptom of
her disease bad vanished, and she felt like a new
being 1 Nc vern ber 18
DON'T SPEND A DOLLAR POB CLOTHTKQ before
going to Maoullar, Wilhams ? Parker's, No. 270
King street, mwf
REDD ?O II II Tl?.
No. 3 BROAD STREET,
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTORY.
JUST RECEIVED A VARIETY OF ALL KINDS OF
PAPER, CARDS, &C,
Direct from Manufacturers.
ALL WORK EXECUTED HS THE BEST 8T?LE AND AT LOWEST BATES.
November 17 1
Is Stimulation i\Tece>sary ?
Toll question ls praohoally umnl ls tbs afJanna
t ve by thousands of physicians every day. Sort etimea
they prescribe tbe ordinary forma of alcohol ; eomoUmes
linctuiea which are simply inferior a.'coA.t, more or less
medicated; bnt no small proportior. of the faculty give
the preference to H08TETTER'8 STOMACH BITTEB8,
as the most carefully prepared medicinal stimulant at
pres nt known. It ts Impossible for prejudice ttaelf to
be blind to the marked success with whioh this extraor?
dinary tonio and alterative has been administered tn
ossss of STSPxraiA daring the laattwonty years. lilt
were possible to canvas the whole country for casca m
which lt had effected a cure of this obstinate and agoniz?
ing disease, th*y uouid number millions. So wonder,
then, that it has become a UT?J/D?BD KSSICIMK In every
State, city, town and village In the United Suites, and
that names, the most distinguished in literature, art and
science, are tho vouchers for its remarkable properties.
Toe immense manufactory at Pittsburgh, w th its exten?
sive storehouses, ls the largest establishment of tho kind
in this country, and, probably, in the world. The
amount of manual labor employed in the preparation of
the Bitters, to say nothing of the steam driven ma?
chinery, is greater than that of any other proprietary
medicine eatsblishment on this continent, .nd, by the
blessings of Providence, the beneficial r .suits of this un?
equalled tonio and alterative are co-extensive with Ita
continually increasing salsa._8 Novo m bor 18
Know thy Destiny.
Ma Dana E. 7. TuoayTOit, tho (treat English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psyohjmetr.olan, who baa aston
Istiod tho identifie olaeses ol' the Old World, hus now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N'. ?. Maa ame TnoHtrroN pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greeteat importance
to the single or married of either atx. While ic a ?tau
of trance, abe delineates the very features of rht person
y oa are to marry, and by tho aid of an Instrument of in?
tense power, known aa the Piiychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a lifo-Uko picture of tue futura husband or wile
ol the applicant, together willi date ol marriage, position
in lite, leading traits of character, ate. This ii no hum
nug, as thousand of testimonials cari assert She will
tend, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
.guarantee, that tba picture is wbat tt purports to be. Py
enclosing a email lock of hair, and giving place of binn,
aga, disposition and complexi?n, and unclosing fifty cwn
md stamped envelope aadreuaed to yourself, you wiil re?
ceive the picture ?nd desired Information by return mail.
All communications sacredly confidential. Advire -. lo
jonfldeuce. Madame ft F. THORNTON. P. O. Box Kt,
.Judson. X. Y Iv March 3?
Free to tverybody.
A Largo 6 pp. Circular, giving Information of the
.reatest importance to thc yoting ot both mici.
It teaches how the homely may become beaut?nl, Un
lespleed respected, and ibo forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman iii oui J fall to rend theil
uldreis, aud nacelle a espy -yoeUpeid, by retuau inaih
Address P. 0. Drawir. ll.
ttnn-h 30_Urr_Tro?, N. Y.
What ta TARRANT'S E8TEBVESCENT ? ELT ZEB
APEETE.?2, and what are itt effects? These are ques?
tions which the great American pub!ia has a ri^ht to
oak, and tt also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation ia a mild and gentle
saline cathartic, alterative ind tonie, and la most caro?
ri illy prepared in the form af a anow white powder, con?
taining all the wonderful rr edies! properties of the far
famed 8eltaer Springs of Oe-many.
Of Ita effeota we would sar that those who have tested
the preparation are the best Judges, and they declare
over their own signature- that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every speclei of headache. Tranquilize tbe
nervous system. Refresh and ha vig?rate tua weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralise acid in tba
stomach. Cleanse and tor e the bowell. Assist tne
ailing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and il
will oonvince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT A 00., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Fold by al! Drugglati. 3mos September 12
OV TUB HAVANA ?-LAM)
c 03 IEE
S ENEF I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
1 Prize of.850,000 ?9 Prize* of Si ooo
1 Prize of..20,000 03 Prize,, 0f ' ' 44m
I I*rl*e of..8,000 135 Prizes of'-?oo
1 Prize of..7,000 SUM Prize ? or'loi
% Prizes of..6,000 .'"?
315 Approximation Prizes, ansjoanttue to
789 PRIZES-??30.050 IS PHIZES TO BE
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 30th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, S6 ; QUARTERS $3'
The chances are tar more ta roi able to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets should always examine the >chemes
P lzes paid in full without uiscount.
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
t'orrespoudonts may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with tull address.
,8?-A ll o dora for Uckets, schemes, aid tnioimation to
ba addressed to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent
Key Box 52, Charleston ? c
Ornee No. M Uab? |treet
CITY 'lAIKS-MOMHLY UKTHRKS.
OF. ICc OF THE CITY ASSESSOR,)
Cm HALL, November 1.1867, (
VTOTICS IS HE Rt B if UIVEN TO \LL 00 ?Cl BS?
i.1 id? that the MoNTHL? RE TUEN3 FOR 1H?
MONTH Ol' oCTOBt'B PAsT, in compliance with th?
Tax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th oay ot D? ember,
i860, must be mad? on or before the ISth instant.
CHARLES P. FBAZEB,
November Assistant City Assessor.
ONE CA*E MADDER PRINTS, SUPERIOR QtMLTTY.
now offering at TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS per
yard: ?IBO. a Ono lot of beat MERRIMACK AND
J. R. READ Si CO.
I AA DOZ EN OF THESE SUPERIOR ETD GLOVES.
J.\J\J of wbicb we are thc Sole Agunta for charles?
ton. Just received.
J. n. READ di CO.
OUR ENTIRE 810CK OF FINE, MEDIUM AND
COMMON HOSIERY, msrked d wn 3?H per cent.
Our assortment of these goods compilso the best English
Cotton Hose. Snperi r Bulbrig;;an, White and Black
Silk. Also, the bost quatia of MEN'S HALF HOSE,
which will be sold for the next thirty days at the above
reduction from former prices.
J. R, rt EAD & CO.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE CHEAP BLACK CLOTH,
selling at $4.50 and ?5.60 each.
ALL WOOL COLORED AFGHAN SACQUES, now sell?
ing at $8 ci ch, wer. h $13.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room is now full and rom, .eta,
with nil the latest novelties lu i adlea* Coverings.
FINE i.LACE SILK SACQUES constantly on hand,
and mado to order.
Dress Goods ! Dress Trimmings ! !
BOULEVARD 'EAMLE>9 SKIRTS, COLORED VEL?
VET RIBBONS (in varioty), Dress Buttons, Black
a. d colored Satins and Silks-received per last Steamer.
Pncea warranted AS LOW AS 1HE LOWEST-for
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 363 KING STREET,
Oppoatto Hasel, Charleston, i. C.
November 18 mwf
ii MEI ? CO,
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Jiasei and Market-sts,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their custo'ro~s and tho public generally, to their
vex) extensivo stocr of
Which will at at time* be found oom flete.
Tn this will be found a well assorted ptock of PRINT*'
BINGHAMS, 8HTRTLNGS ead SHEETINGS, all at the
lowest market ratea.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap 104
?Sheetings, 8-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Longclotha.
We have RED, WRT iE and OOLORED FLANNELS, In
g reit variety; B onkote, Shawls, Nubile, Sontags. Hoods
and Scarfs, very chenp.
A splendid quaUty of BLO AD CLOTH, for Ladles'
doaks, at S3 per yard.
Fine Cloths. Caa lmeres and Vestings of all descrip?
tions, suitable for Men's and Boya' wear
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT,
The attention of Housekeepers is tnvlted to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish FrontinR Lin.
cn, Linen Sheeting. Pillow Ca c Linen, Table Damask.
Table Cloths, Towela, Nap .ins. Doylies and Huokabaqx.
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 76 cents to 9L
Shirt Beams from -16 cento np.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
LN THTS PARTICULAR LINE WELT, BE FOUND THE
latest novelties of the seaton in the v : r/ be:', fabrics ?mi
POPLINS. Merino*. Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Blaok and Colored Silks, Sootch Plaids
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dreis Goods.
A large lot oi Balmosraia and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of the best materials and
?IILISER? AND X?TI0S DEP4RTMEM.
FULL LINES OF TH" BEST MAKES OF KID.
SILK and THREAD GLOVES
Ladies' Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of beat Silk Ribbons of ail
widths and .-hades; to?eth<r wi h and ex ensivo assort?
ment of .loak 'Cte, I'.usrlu Gimps and Fringes, Guipure.
! Brussels Thread. Cluny a d Dloml Laces. Black and
, Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES', GENT.?', AND CHILDREN'S REST ENG?
LISH, French, ind German HOSE and HALF HOSE.of
all qualities, in Cotton and Wo> 1, very cheap.
A call is respectfully solicutd.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 EIXG STREET.
October 19 _wfm3moa
!F O TT 23,
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOP. SW,
Address ALLEN G. FOWLER,
No. 3 Park Row, New Tojk.
Octobsr 31 mwlSmo
Unreserved Sale of Dry Ooodt, Clothing, Fancy
Goode, Stmie Goods and Notions.
WAI sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock at their Salesrooms,
No. 138 Moetlag street, o ^potito PaT?ion H ?toL
AN INVOICE OF SEASONABLE GO">DS . ' P-C
CEIVFD FROM NEW ,ORK,
C0SSISTT5G IX PAST Of :
SOO PAIRS FA.V.Y SATTIN&T PANTS
300 pairs AJl-Wcol and Lined Jean Pants
611 paira Cassim-.re Pants.
DOMESTICS. CALICOES, I ress Goods, Jeans, Battt
nets. Broadcloths, Hosierv, Spool Cottons, Dress Trim
mingsand Br-ida, Eu ito os, Je weir/, Perfumery, Paper
Collara and Cutlery.
80 OASE3 STRAW AND FEIT HA CS AND BON?
60 dozen Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps.
Two Building Lots on Ashton street.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TO-MORROW, 19th inst., at ll o'clock, will be sold, at
the Exobango, Broad street,
Two BUILDING LOTS on Ashton street, measuring
40 by 115 teet
Condi.ions-One-third rash; balance in one and two
ye irs. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
A*o. 17 America street at Auction.
BY R. M. MAR HALL & BRO.
TO-MORROW, Uih inst, at ll o'clock, will be sold at the
Exchance, Broad str et.
All that LOT OF LAND on the Westside cf America
street. North of Mary, known s No. 17, tocethT ?ith
t .e BUILDING-! ?her on, consistiuc, of a residence- ot
four square rooms, UTLES?I S roora . nd pantr , n . t?-o
other Bui.dins? in the reir, of four rooms ojch. Ibu
Lo measurer 34 feet br V 0 tcet.
Conditions cesh; purchasers to pay us for papera,
IN BU? H Y.
The Stats of South Carolina, Darlington District
P. B. Bacot and T. L. Bacot, Adair's, vs.
Creditors and Distributees of Peter L. Bacot
Bill to Marshall Assets, Account and Relief.
Pursuant to an order of Court, ia tho above stated case,
I wilt sell at Darlington C. H., oa th J Ar t MONDAY
in December. 1867,
ALL THAT TRAC - OF LAND lying In Darlington
District and State nf ires ?il, known as the Br ckinton
tract, formerly belonging to Peter S. Barot, deceased,
containing on-- thousand acr s, more or le?, purchased
by John N. Williams, on tho Great Pee Dee hirer, and
by said Williams irom the Executor of Richard Brockin
Terms of Sale-One-third cash, and th* balance tobe
secured by a . ond with two cr more personal sureties,
with a mortgage of the landa, < n a credit of oi e and two
years, Inequ 1 yearly instal ments, with i terest on toe
whole annually (? om d .to of salt, till the whole be paid.
Purchasers to pay for necessary papers.
A. F. I DWAKDS, C. E. D. D.
Offke Commissioner in Equity, 1
Darlingto C. H., S. C., Nov. 6.1867. J
November ll m8
?TOT BETTER, PERHAPS. EUT QUITE AB GO JD
1 aa any other TIE offeiod. i ry it.
For salo by it. M. BUTLER,
i-orambsria tawfS North A tit n Jo Wharf.
SOPER PHOSPHITE LIME.
HAVING THE AGENCY OF THIS WELL EN OWN
MANURE, we are prepared to fill orders at any
timo on favorable terms.
OLNEY & CO.,
NUS. O, ll AND 13 VENDUE) RANGS?.
November 13 wi m3
CONTAINING A FATR PROPORTION OF PERUVIAN'
Guano and Phosphat > of Limo. Well adapted io
Grain or Cotton, and prepared by respoctab'.e and re
iponsibleparties in Baltimore. Prices, fe.6 per ton 2000
RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHITE
ZELL & SONS,
At all tim's, for sale a' aark?* .?rico, and received dl
reot ?rom the A>:e m s of S ru ian Government and there
tore warranted pate.
T. J. KERR & GO,,
November ll mw fa
TO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
rp HE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREFABED BY THE
A 1st or December, to GUm:.y oiders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer ls made in this city under the personal
supervision of Dr. St Julien I: venal chemist; and wo
oifur it to che Planters and Farmers as one of the best
thev can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
w. c. Dirais & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
October 16 wfmia
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPACT
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL. ?10,000,000 I.V GOLD.
THIS KELUBLE ENGLISH COMPANY IN-UP.ES
atamst loss or damage by Ure on EL'LLDI.NGs,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. RENTS,
.tc, at established tates.
Losses promptly paid, without referen e to England.
GIBBES 4 CO., Agents,
October 28 ratufimo NO. 10 Adder's >outa Wharf.
ROYAL MUM COMPANY
TWO MILLIONS OP POUNDS STERLING.
FIRE RISES J. A KEN ON BUILDINGS, MERCHAN?
DISE. AND PRODUCE.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED HEB?.
W. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
COR. VANDE II HORST'S WHARF AND EAST BAY.
LIFE MUM AfiiC?,
OFFICE IN' REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BKOAD STREET.
"WORLD PTCAlIl \Wm CO.,"
OP NEW YORK,
FOB LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. AL PRK O CAY,
November I ta?_Charleston, >. C.
Dry Goods, Notion* and Fancy Good*, Soap*, $0.
(CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cain Auction Home, No. Sd Hatti ?U'tat
UEGULAP. SAXE DAYS, MOXDAYII, WZDXXSPaTl
Will seil THIS DAY, co nmencin ? tx 10 o'clock A. M,
CLOTHS, CA8SIMERE9, SATINETS, COTTCNAJDM
Merinos, Delaines, ubailies, Ginghams, Tartans
Printa, Hosiery. Gloves, Brown and Wblts Shirtings
F annels, .-bawl?, Madras an 1L. C. Haiidkarchiaai
Hoop blurts, Ac, Ac,
An assortma t of NOTIONS and FANCY GOODS.
Several lots BOOTS and SHuES
200 boxes tngliah Paser Sd J ps.
CV ndltlona ca-ii._November If
Est?t* Sal* of Sundry Article* of Furniture; alto,
ont two-hom Carriage,
BY L. BUNCH & SON,
Ko. 343 King Street,
THIS MORNING the 18th inst, at OX o'olocl; th? abor?
will be sold wi. heat reserve.
Unlimited art clea received np to botar of sale.
Genteel Household Furniture.
BY JOHN G. H1LNOR & CO.
THIS DAY. 18th inst., at 10 o'clock. wDl be sold at tmr
Auction sales ooms, Ne. 133 Meet ag street,
SEVERAL ARTICLES OF GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE, viz : 1 Mano BUT Etrteneioa DintaT
Table; 8 Bedsteads I la k Wain t ?nd Mahogany; 1 lae
House; Washstands,,Card Table; I Invalid's Chair,
Lo iklngKlasjes Waiter?; 1 Garden inglne; Chairs; 2
Cut Glass Candle Sha e ; I Upright Clock, Cramed.
1 WEE' LER A WILSON SEWING MACHINE, la
Handsome Mahogany Case.
Conditions cash. November 18_
Dry Goodt, Clothing and ?lat?.
BY J;iHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 19th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, aft
our auction talc-room, No. 133 Meeting street,
ALL WOOL BLACK DOESKIN
Gold Mixed aud ula k Ribbed ra->sim*re
Satino: a. Clic k Fancy tJABslnvere
All Wool Shirts and Drawers, Haadktirchlalt
Mack Tri:ot Frock Coats
HeaAty Lined Over and Cassimere Coats
Suspenders, All Wool Sacks, Linen Vesta
Gingham Umbrellas, Belt K?bbo a, Lint? Towete
Men's black felt Hats, bilk Velvet Caps.
Condi , lona cash.
AT PRIVATE ?ALB.
BALES HEAVY 7-8 BROWN SHIRTTN?
Dc zen Men's Co tm try Knit ?JOCIUL
Prix* Porto Rico Sugar and Uelattm.
BY STREET BR?TUEBS & CO.
A. auction, on TUESDAY, tba 19th inst., will ba sold at
New Cv stem House > toroa, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
161 tihds. prime PORTO RICO SUGAB
23 tier, ei prime Por o Rico Molassec
Conditions ooah in 10 days
SV Aiwusta Chroni lo and Sentinal and Ooltnahta
Pbotnlx win insert 6 timos and eenA bili to 8. B. A Oe.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR F \LI? AND WISTES
STOCK OF CLOTHS, OASSIMER "8 AND VEST.
I .Sos, which they are prepared to maka up, OB WILL
SELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH aa :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SH.HTS, SHAKSPEABB COX,
Marino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Bte ww
Dake of Edin urg? cravat liss
suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen .lt mb ric Handkerchioia, Cotton Bait Hues
English Silk Umbrellas, ela
ALL OF WHICH A REY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct Importation hom Liverpool, which we
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a ?onside rab ls redaction
from import cost, or ac low aa the interior article of
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladies' Balmo?
Noa 3? AND 34 BROAD STREBT.
MRS. C. >t iUcr', NO. 433 KING fl BEET, THIRD
door t utu of Cal ou i s tr ot, resp'.ctuuiy lnvitoo
tue attention other cu tomara, and the public generally,
to her stock of WINTER F A su IO - S, cou-isung o? Bon?
nets, Hats, Feather-, Flowers and Velvet*, ail of the
Li tc t styles, which abe will sell at very low prices. Pms
chasers will do weil to call and examine. Constantly on
nana an assortaient ot FRENCH COittiElS.
FANCY MILLINER li,
CLOAK IMG EKTABLM?EST.
Maa. M. J. ZEBNOW.
No. 302 King st est,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street. Branch
ot Madame D - MO .-iES T'S
PAL NS. STAMPING
aud EM BROIDERY, neat,
October 30 vta.oo
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS y, PT., FEB DOZEN.
54c. ; 1 pt 66c ; 3 pr. 91; 1 qrt. 76c; 3 qr- ?1.23; S
art. ?1 88; 4 qt', cl.06; 6 qrt. $3.50; 10 qrt 83.50.
Pit AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. M.78; 0 in. 87.25,
FUNNELS-Vial' 60c; Pin's 80c; Quarts 81.36; 3
Quar.s S2.0J; A Quarts ?3.00, per dosen.
WASH LiA-INs (Pressed, Plain and Japcaed'-?mall
?2.00; Urge ;3.60, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULUNDLBa ami?, $8.00; large 84.00,
per doz )m At
NO. rn BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAHON & CO.
November 6 _ w6n
P"l? TY-FLR3T TSAR OF FUBUCATlOUr.
PLANTERS1 AND MERCHANTS'
FOE, 18 6 8,
WILL BE ISSUED ABOUT THE FTBsT WEEK IN
December, and wilt coatalu the usual valuable
inf. rmatlon for which lt has btroine so Justly celebrated.
This ALMANAC circulates through the DiatrieUof
south Carolina, and the States of North (Grohns and,
Georgia, and is referred to the year round ss authority
on maay important eubjecta by Planters, M cc QM io*.
Merchants aad Lawyers. " . "?. _ "
A limited hum ^er of advertlaementa will ba taken tr
applied for at once.
PUBLISHER, No. 5> BROA-1 STREET,
November 15 fmwlmo Chaile;:t,n. S. a
Q TE WED OISTEBS 6ERVED EYEBY DAY AT,
No. 279 KING STREET, New Buildtaf.
November 1? ft
TWO LOTS Et AIKEN
SOT HAVING BEEN SUCCESSrUL, TUB
SAME WILL BE SOLD AT A LOW BATE JJ
APPLIED FOR II!MEDIATELY AT THE MER?
CURY OFFICE._November 6
MAC Wi & som,
No. 698 BBOADWAT,
MAXTJFACTUREBS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY INSCRIPTION. WHICH WILL BE SOLD
lets dian nt any other es abuahaent ia the city,
i aad rorraated equal to any made la the United States.
I ar Descriptiva cataloguas teat os application.'
I august 30 nxw