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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT TH? END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCOUDINO TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
.4 UCTIOX SALES IMS DA T.
WILLUM MCKAY will seil at 10 o'clock,
at No. 1 Georsre-sitreet, furniture ot a family
LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at ll o'clock, at
thc old postoffiee, a large brick building and
T. Al. CATER will sell at three-quarters-past
9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, Cuba molasses,
JEFFORDS & Co. will sill at half-past 9 o'clock,
in front of their stores, Vendue Rauge, cboice
LAUEEY & ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
.in their storo. Last Bay, bacon, pork, butter,
MILES DRAKE will* sell at ll o'clock, at his
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
clothing aud dry goods.
JOHN G. MILNOR & Co. will sell at 10
.o'clock, at their salesroom, Meeting-street,
. shoes, dry goodi, ?cc. /
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nine o'clock to-morrow morning. Business
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.nomber of copies containing their cards, should
leave their orders at our counting room to-d iy.
ALL ELECTION NOTICES, Nominations of Can
.diciatto and Election Cards, intended for publi?
cation in THE NEWS, most invariably be paid
for in advance. Our friends, therefore, who
have sent advertisements of this character
.nnaccompanied by tho cash, will understand
why they have not been published.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE.-The telegraph ac
nouuees that Chief Justice Chase will hold
,court in this ci'.y next week.
SUCH IS FASTE.-The cry of the negro news?
boys about Charleston at present is: "Doyou
PERSONAL.-Ex-Governor James L. On
arrived in this city on Tuesday.
Hon. George S.Bryan, United ?States District
-Judge, returned to town yesterday.
SOLICITOR NOMINATED.-The Democrats of
the First Congressional District Lave nominat?
ed Major A. J. Shaw for Solicitor of the Fourth
. REMOVAL.-Coroner Whiting has removed
from Church-street to a larger and more com
.modtous ofiico on the south side of Broad
street, a few doors west of Church.
ROBBERY AND ATTEMPTED ARSON.-The house
of Mr. John Jan?s, in Columbia, was entered
.on Monday night, and robbed of sundry arti?
cles o? clothing and provisions. An attempt
was also made to fire the house, but it was un?
RANDOLPH'^ SUCCESSOB.-The Radicals of
Orantjiburg County have nominated Lieu
terant Green, agent of the Freedmen's Bu?
reau at that place, to fill the vacancy in the
State Senate cttued by the death of B. F. Ran?
REPUBLICAN MANIFESTO.-We publish this
: morning a manifesto from some of the leaders
of the Republican party in this State, urging
their party to pursue a course of peace, and
-expressing a desire to coincide in the policy
proposed by the recent address of the Demo
. eratic Executive Committee.
FLUE IN OBANGEBURG.-On Sunday morning
last about ten o'clock, tbo kitchen of Mr. D.
Lewis, in the village of Orangeburg, was dis
? coverel to be on fire. Some alarm was occa?
sioned, but the .Ore company turned out with
their apparatus and soou extinguished the
?fiamos. The loss was small, and fully covered
by insurance. Tho origin of the fire was acci?
THE HON. JAMES L. PETIQBU.-There ie on
exhibition at Courtenaj's, in Broad-street, a
-fine portrait of the late James L. Petigru. Tho
-coloring is soft and delicate, the position easy
and natural, and the likeness life-hke. Wo
-understand that it is the work of a lady, with
whom it was a labor of love, and it is a precious
memoiial of one who, had tie lived, would have
-been in these troublous times a toner of j
strength to his poople.
THE GERMAN CHURCH.-The work on this
-church has been renewed and is slowly pro?
gressing. The walls have already been raised
.-several foet, and tbe arches for tho windows
have been placed in position, lt will be a
-aUon? and substantial building when com?
pleted, as tue greatrst care has been taken by
'the contractor, Mr. Devereux, to have the work
.done thoroughly, and the Germ?.us will have
cause to be proud of their church.
A RELIC OF THS LATE WAS.-Mr. W. F. Port?
ing, while fis'iing of? Robb's Mill yesterday,
drear up an old muokef. The gunboat Charles?
ton was blown up at this point, and the musket
was probably a part of her armament. The
-stock was rotted away except whire the wood
had been charred, tho ramrod was nearly eaten
in tso with rust, and the whole gun covered
with oyster.shells. Mr. Porting has the gun at
..his storo, corner of Laurens and Wharf streets,
where it can be seon by thc curious.
A NEW FBEIQHT.-Several large blocks ot
marble were ieceivod ia this city yesterday
from Tennessee, and shipped to New York on
the tchooner Myrover. This marble is of a pe
-culiar purplish tint, aLd beautifully variegated.
It is susceptible of a high polish, and has been
used in the construction of tho capitol at Wash?
ington. Some of it was brought to Columbia
before the war for thc State capitol. These
wero all shaped for uso, but were destroyed bl?
ithe fire. The blocks shipped to New Yoi!- are
intended for building purposes.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.-Tho
profits of this company have been so immense
in the last four or five years that they have re
?cently bought a lot in a business portion of |
.New York for the extravagant sum of $473,000,
and are about to erect on it a building which
will cost $1,000,000. Ihis company commenced
business in 13-15 with a capital of $50,000, and
-now has the enuimons accumulation of nearly
$12,000,000. Last j ear it issued 6596 polioies.
'.The agent of the company in this city is Mr.
Thomas Frost, No. 51 Broad-street.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 28_Cltarlestou
Hotel- Quntus Richards, Crawfords ville, Ga.;
S. W.Duvall, Winnsboru'; Major T. S. Allison,
.United States Army; Miss A. Allison aud C. D.
Pace, Covinetcn, Ga.; H. W. Gilbert and J. C.
Bronsm, Florence; Allan Macfarlan, Ghera w.
Pavilion Hotel-J. M. Rowe, Clarendon; W.
Tachow, Darlington; Dr. W. Baker, Sumter;
J. R. WiDters, Marietta; J. J. Ryan, South
Carolina; S. Dibble, Orangeburg; H. Pullman
and Noel Macksville, North Carolina; J. J.
Klein and A. Wichman, Walterbtro'; C. F.
Brabham, Buford's Bridge; John Robinson,
New Yoik; Samuel J. Otis, Portland, Me.; W.
W. Durand, John Robinson's Circus; Thomas
B. Pohl, Branchville; W. Winifield, John Rob?
inson's Circus; L. R. Ross, bark H. J. Hussey;
T. E. Otis, bark Helen Sands.
REAL ESTATE SALE?.-Hr. Hutson Lee sold
on last Tuesday, at the old customhouse, one
undivided halt' interest iu a lot of land and
buildings thereon, situate on the north aide of
Spring-streot, one dcor wes: of Ashley-street,
the lot moasur ins two hundred and twenty
nine feet trout by three hundred aud'nineteen
deep, for $1625; one-half cash, the balance in
A tract of ?and containing ten acros, Rear
the village of Summerville, for $3 per acre;
one-half cash, thc balance in one year.
THE ALLEGED OITTRJOES iv UNION.-The
Democratic Club of Union Courthouse have
adopted resolutions indignantly repelling tho
charges contained in Governor Scott's recent
proclamation, of anarchy and lawlessness
among tue people of that district. The resolu?
tions declare that "there has not been a singlo
instance of resistance to .the laws in Utiion
County," that there haw Leen only two homi?
cides since January last, ono negro killed by a
negro, the other a white man kdled by a white
man, the quarrel in both instances being
wholly disconnected from politics. Tho re
maindei of the allegations contained in tho
proclamation are taken up and denied scrta
THE BAKE OF THE STATE.-Thc mandamus
in this case came np before Justice Willard
yesterday. Isaac W. Hayne, E-?q, opened the
argument on behalf of tho President and Direc?
tors of the bank, and also DU behalf of Baring
Brothers. The chief point of his argument
was to show thar the act under wh ch the
mandamus was prayed was unconstitutional
because it impaired the obligation of contracts.
For this purpose ho cited the case ot Curran
vs. The State of Arkansas, 15 Howard's Rep.,
in which the whole matter was examined at
length by tho United States Supreme Court,
and similar acts cf the Arkansas Legislature
set aside. Mr. Hayne also opposed the ?ian?
dam:? on the ground that a sui:, involving tho
same subjoct matter, was pending ina Conn
of competent jurisdiction.
THE MINSTRELS.-Another full house greet?
ed the minstrels last night, and the fan was
both fast and furious. The tioupe is undoubt?
edly the best that has visited this city since
the days of the Campbells, and they have all
of the original humor that characterized that
corps of performers. The jokes and conun?
drums are very good, and some capital hits
are made by the two ' End" men. As thc pro?
gramme is changed every night, there is always
something new presented to thc audience, and
a visitor can have a fresh fuud of amusement
each night. Master Willie Gaylord is the won?
der of the age, and his feats of ability are sui
piising, and would almost put the Japanese to
blush. One half of the engagement is over,
and all who like to laugh dull care away should
visit the minstrels at once.
A NEEDED IATPCOVEOIENT.-Vandci host
street, between Sc. Philip and Rutledge, is now
in a deplorable condition. It is subject to be
overflowed at high tides, and is flooded by
every rain, the water remaining on tho ground
until evaporated. This street is tho great
thoroughfare for all persons going to the up?
town market, or to the different churches in
the neighborhood. Ia many plac2S the curb?
ing is higher than tho sidewalk, and the latter
is converged into a quagmiro. through which
pedestrians are compelled to ploue.li their way.
Some attempts have been made to improve
the sidewalks by filling it with the street
sweepings, bnt this proved to bo comparative?
ly useless. The asphaltum pavements in other
sections of the city have given general satisfac?
tion, and it is desirable that stops should bo j
tiken to have one laid in Vatiderhorst-?trcot,
where ic is essential to comfort.
GRAKD SACRED OBATOSIO.-On Sunday night
next a grand sacred oratorio will be given nt
St. Patrick's Church, corner of Radcliffe and
St. Philip streets. Professor Eckel, who is not
only an excellent musician, bu* ?ne of tlip most
successful musical manager? in the city, will
have charge of the arrangements and direction
of the performance of the oratorio, aud thus
success is at once guaranteed. A largo array
of the professional and amateur vocal and in?
strumental musical talent of Charleston has
been engaged to assist the worthy professor,
and the music loving public can promise them?
selves a rare treat. The pieces to be performed
ate some of the grandest conceptions of the
masters, and the effect of such music rendered
by a full And i alen ted choir, accompanied by a
large orgtn and oilier instruments, can be bet?
ter imagined than described. The price of ad?
mission is only fifty conts, and tickets can be
had at the Charlosto i Hotel, at thc bookstores
of Messrs. Russell, Greer and Holmes, at Dr.
Aimar's drug store, and at thc doors of the
JOHN ROBINSON'S Bro SHOW.-This great hip?
podrome, with all tho attractions of sawdust
and spangles, clowns, actors and riders, will
make its appear? .co to-day. A circus >s al?
ways well attended, and this will prove no ex?
ception to the mle. especially os in addition to
other novelties, it adds a menagerie compri?
sing all known birds and beasts, L: eluding thc
great Tartary Valpus. The latter feature alone
is sufficient to draw a crowd, especially if the
unknown animal is like his photograph on the
poster. The especial features of thc circus
are champion bare-back riding by tho world
renowned equestrienne Cordelia, a leip over
seventeen horses by George M. Kelley, and
hurdle riding by thc colored boy Le wis. Bare?
back riding b a female is a rare and extraor?
dinary perf nuance, but Cordelia challenges
the Brazilian or any other man to a contest.
This circus claims to be the best that ever vis?
ited Charleston, and the menagerie combina?
tion lenders it very attractive to parents and
children. The Citadel Green to-night. DOJ'C
ANOTHER ADDITION TO THE EAST BAT MER?
CHANTS.-The new building on East Bay, op?
posite tho Customhouse, was occupied yester?
day by the proprietors, Messrs. Welch &
Brandes, who have now every facility for con?
ducting a large business in fruits aud produce.
The ?-toro vas built by Mr. Waiter Cado, and
th a wood work done by Mr. Albert Elfe. It was
constructed especially for Messrs. Welch A
Brandes, and has an abundance of light and
ventilation, two essentials for tho pr?servation
of finit. It is two Btories in height, with a
iront of thirty-five feet, and is eighty-two teet
?n depth, with nniple yard room and outbuild?
ings. The centre door is wide enough to admit
a wapoif, and all West India fruits will bc
brought into thc bk.re from the vessel iu this
way. It is well known that thc frequent hand?
ling of fruit injures it, and thc bunches of ban?
anas will be taken from the wagons in the
stoic and huug on hooks prepared for the pur?
pose. Messrs. Welch & Brandes have made
nrrangements to receive 1 ige invoices from
the West Tudies. and as tho quarantine has
been raised a cargo may bo expected in a few
days. Although tho summer is -generally a
duii time >rith produce merchants, thc time
was not allowed to be wasted, and Messrs.
Welch and Brandes have einp'o. ed it most pro?
fitably in putting up pickled shrimps. These
are prepared from a patent, and warranted to
keop ton years. They fird a re dy sale iu Bal?
timore and the Northern cities. The new
store is an ornament to tho street, and thc pro?
prietors arc both energetic busiiK s men who
will strive to develope our resources, and will
build up a trad; that must prove lucrative and
WANDO MININO AND MANUFACTURING COM?
PANY.-At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Wando Mining and Manufacturing Com?
pany, the following gentlemen were elected as
officers for the ensuing year:
JOHN R. DUKES. Pr.sident
L D. MOWRY. I F. J. PELZ ER.
J. D. AIKEN. GE". E. GIBBON.
W. G. wHTLDEN.
The company now owns Patton's wharf, and
is making arrangements for an extensive busi?
ness. The fertilizer is entirely domestic in its
composition, and gives, we under staud, general
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY-We
call attention to the advertisement of this Company,
published in another column. It is a Southern
Ccmpany, au3 1rs features which make it peculiarly
advantageous to the insurer. Mr. J. Alfred Cay is
the agent for trie Company.
For. GEORGETOV,-;?.-, G.-We invite the at"
tention of (nippers to the advertisement ot Mess's.
Shack-lford tx Kelly, agonis of thc steamer Emilie,
which wal oe touud iu ou: shipping column to?
SOMETHING CHOICE.-A fresh stock of i'aucy
groceries, such as smoked salmon, tongues and beef,
Bolognas, Eidain, pineapple, sapeago and imitation
Enghsb cheese, has Just been received at the popu?
lar grocery store of C. D, Ahrens k Co , corner ol
King and Market suvets.
CHEAP BEEF at Nos. 57 an-1 58 Lower Market,
and No. 10 Uap r Market, from 5 to 10 cents.
October 23 1*
INTERNAL R F. V S N U E STAMPS,
t-i ai; lissom na'ioui.
K-.-yt on hand aud for s lc, by
HUGER k EAVENEL,
No. CO Ea^ Bay, corner Ks.-hange-s r. et,
October 1 thstulmo
Il'you want .'heap Bl?a!i Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelope?, Tai>cr,
?c.; or Miller's Almanac;
It you want Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Book3 bound in any style, or Account
Cooks made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harri.-, Agent, No. yj Brad?
EXCHANGE ON .NEW IO?iT
CHECKS FOR SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
October 24 sruthlmo No 5 Broad-street.
EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND,
DRAFIS ON UNION B\NK, LONDON, IN
sums ot ?1, aud upwards.
EXCHANGE OX IRELAND.
DRAFTS ON PROVINCIAL BANK AT LUBLIN
AND BRANCHES, in sums of ?1, and upwards.
EXCHANGE ON PARIS.
DRAFTS IN SUMS OF FIFI Y FRANCS, AND
EXCHANGE OX BERLIN.
DRAFrS IN SUMS OF TEN TBALERS, AND UP?
For salo by CONN ER & WILSON,
October 24 stutnlmo No. 5 Bn ad-street.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
Lt-s Es NE fx WELLS, No. 10 Brrad-strcet.
October 2 Imo
jMi?fitqj (Gteoii?, &c.
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY,
CLOAKS AND HOOP SKIRTS.
ALSO, THE CELEBRATED
At MKS. S. WATTS',
October 29 1 No. 274 King-street.
A. D. FLEMING'S
STEAM CINDY FACTORY,
SO. 341 KING-STREET,
BRANCH STORE CORNER KING AND ANN
rpAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
cus'otrcrs, and public in general, that he is
now ready, with a full supply of CANDIES of his
own manufacturing. Keeps constantly on hand a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES, of tho gro^.tcst
variety. Fresh CAKE-? and Pf ES of all arrisare
daily baked ut his Steam Candy Factory. The
public in general, and particularly thc country mer?
chants, ? ill hud it to their interest by givin : him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 20 Imo
/unrn (Sooty Cons, Sc
No. 229 King-street,
TWO DOORS NORTH OF MARKET-S'l'REET.
THE PROPRIETOR HAS TOE PLE VSUttE OF
informing his customers, nnd the public at
large, that he has removed to thc present spacious
and handsomely fitted up store, when h" ls now
openiog a most beautiful and select assortment of
PARIS FANCY GOODS
China Toilet Good9
Beautiful Manllepiero Ornaments
Ladies' Work Bores
French Confectionery of the most superior quail;
Imported and American Musical Instruments
Fancy Artic'c.i irom P.iris, useful and ornamental,
and suitable for Holiday Pr s.-n's, Birthday G.its
and Bridal Present3.
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND ROCKING
HORSES En great variety, always on baud.
TOYS AND FIREWORKS can bc pur. ln-cd in Sr.,
$10, $20, SOO, $50 and S1U0 lit*, put up to s.ut tho
N. B.-I havo been appointed Agent for the Hate
of South Caroiina for the sale of "BACON'S PATENT
HU V1E AND PARLOR GYMNASIUM," nil ermnu?C
exercises brought within tb? compass of a sng'c
piece of appatatus. based upou thu system of G. D.
M. SchicOer. M. D., Director of tbe Medical Gym?
nastic Institutions at Leipsio. Books of Instructions
with Ulustrations of one hundred cut? accompany
each apparatus, now on exhibition and for sale at thc
Store. F. VON S ANTEN.
October 24 atuth3
INSURE YOUR LIFE
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital paid in and Securely Invested - - 8100,000
Income first ten months of actual work, over 200.000
Policies issued on same, over. 1,000
?Sr* Eighty-seven and a half per cent, paid to Policy Holders.
?S- Ko Reduction in regard to travelling.
JOST AH Policies arc Kon-forfcltablc.
For rates and terms, applv to
J. ALFEED CAY, Agent,
October 29 tlislmo OFFICE IVo. 151 EAST BAY.
C. E. CI.AGHOI?X, 1 Pbiladcl- W. P. KliKRIXG, A. M. JACKSON,
E. H. COATE*, f jilli i, Pa. Augusta, Ga. Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHOEX, HEEEINGr & CO.,
Colton Factors and Commission Merchants.
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HATING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BIUNCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we are prepared to offer every facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF OUR MIK FF. HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all consignments when desired. Also to our friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCKHART k DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October G DAG 3mca
Sljtris an?) /urn?lpg i?oofo.
TDS ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLK.HE.VS VOSSISHIXCI STOKE
Oil HAUE TO ORDER WITH PKUMt PT
iVESS, PUNCTUALITY AND
THF. SHIRTS OF THIS ESTADUSHMEN?
stand unrivalled for precision ol rut, quality of ma?
terial, nnJ f li'lilul workman ddp. TUC best assort?
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
in thc elly, lu tbo lates* Hylea, viz: FANCY AND
BLACK, SILK AND TAFFETA, SCARFS, HES,
BOWS, CRAVATS and S PEING STOCKS, in all va?
riety of fabric, style and shapo.
NOVELTIES CONSTANTLY ARRIVING 1
SUsPESDERS AND BRACES ia all styles, of Do?
mestic. Froncb and English manufacture
Towle?' Patent Elliptic Suspeudcr
Kid, Cloth, Buck and Donkin Gloves and Gaunt?
White. Browu aud Mixed Cottou ud Merino Hall
Linen and Pjp?r Collars, all styles, in groat variety
IN G R K A T VARIETY, VIZ?
MERINO, LAMBSWOOL, AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Shaker Flannel Undershirts nod Drawers
Canton flannel and Jean Undershirts and Drawers
Neglige Travelling Shirts
Drawer* of every kind
Hosiery, iu Cotton and Wool
Handkerchief-", r. ady bCT.med.
And every ether laney necessary to a gentleman's
JK?- PURCHASERS \RE RESPECTFUL LY IN?
VITED TO 1XAMINE THE STOtK UF
MEE TING-ST R EE T,
TWO DOORS FROM MARKET-STREET,
Next door to La Criolla Cigar Store, op?
posite .Harket Hall.
October S tliMulmo
4 U A II D .
'The uuderii;;ned. h iving sold his cutir? interest
in the Hotel known as the
in Columbia, S. C., would lake ?reit pleasure in re?
commending his hienda to continue the'r patronage
to thc new proprietors.
Mr. WHIG HT has ha J charge of ?he Hotel for
nae ?or a y ?ar past, and will continue io have the
outlrc management 01 the H "tel under the new ar?
I feel as-urod thal the house will malnt..iu its for
mer roj.uwtio.i as a lirst-class Hotel.
T. S. NICKEBSOX.
COLUMBIA, s. C., September 1, ?>G?.
September 21 _ thin2 i.os
"TTICTORIA HOTEL-THU PROPJKIK
V TOR ann nuces to bb patrons, ana the public
in general, tba' the price ol board (or Imnalent and
penn lue-ut boarder* has beru couaiderably reduced.
Thc Hotel is located in thc business ? :.rt of King
slrcet, corner ol' Princeps. Ii is one of the best fur?
nished Hotels m the city. The proprietor bus kept
ii for the lac:t t acive joais, and hi-, motto is to mike
PVI ry ;;ue*t feel ut home.
Price tor Transient Boarder*, per day.?2 50
Price tor Permanent Hoarders, per week. ts ou !
1". CPDtBEECK, Proprietor.
October 0 tnt li lino
K \V YOU IC H O T K L.
JV o . 7 il 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
O. RI. HI LOK ET H c*? < <>., Pro pin: tors.
IBIS LONG tSIAULWJBU I'UI-T-iT.A-h
HOTEL, a.- popularly known in formt? time.
limier lite mailau', .'.'iiit Di I. lt. MO ..'NOT, E>rj. and
moro recently uttda: H-a: of HIRAM CRANSTON ?
. ' ., is uuw uiidci tho i>ropriPt>.>r*liip of liess;*3. II.
M. IIILDRETI ll .v X. lt. C'JCKW. V?, nncr lb-, ti.-ui ul
1). IL HILDltETU CO.
The scuior partner from bl.? lons experience a? :.
piopricior of the Veranda, St. Lows and st. charle?
Hotels ot Now Orleans, flatter* himself that he can
assure his friends and-he public treu'-rally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular lirst-i-lass
Hotel, siiall ba fully suM:iiued uudt;r it? preseut
uianaeciin*'". lyr* Fr'-ruary 13
CITY TitEASUfiY, JULY I, I8G8.-XO
IIOK TO HOLHEltd nf FIRK LOAM ?5-J?
POSt?.-Tho File Loan Coupons due this day and
livable in the City of Now York, will KP piu-i ou pre?
sentation at this Office. S. THOMAS,
July 2 Oily Treasurer.
?mpf Remir?is, (?tr.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.??
TEE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Mode of PURE LIQUOR, HERDS AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other H*CRB j AND ROOTS as will in
cases assist Digestion, promote thc secretions of
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR IO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AUD FEMA
All Use It AVith Wonderful Succ?s
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEYER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BIIIERS. Sold by Druggists
?i~See that our signature is ovor tho cork of cacb
bottle. DOWIE tSi MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Augu?t 5 Cmo* Charleston, S. C.
JJ O S A O A L. I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
?TB- Por Testimonials of remarkable
cures, sec "RosadalLi Almanac" for this
PREPARED ONLT BT
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 214 BALTIMORE-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
TOR SALE BT
DOWIE ?fe MOISE,
No. KW lleellns-street, corner Hasel.
July 22 6mos
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE RR1 XG'S PATENT
AWAVDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'!
F.ilR, Loudon ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPO&XION UNIVERSELLE, Pari?;
IVIXIVER OF THE WAG EB
30,000 FRANCS !I
(S0,000 IA O?LD'.
At thc recent International Cornea iu the Paris Ex?
The publi." ure hinted to i'all and examine the re?
port ol'thc Jury nu the merits of the great c.m.'cst
ami sec the official award to thc Herring's Painui
over all otborv.
HERRING, FARREL & SHER KAN,
No. 231 Broad tray, comer Murrar-st., New ?ors,
VARRREL, HERRING & CO.,1
IIERRING. FARKEL ? SHERMAN, New Orleans
Large Stock on baud by
WALKER, EVAN S & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND IOU EAST BAY STREETS,
HERRING A- CO.
Clothing and Dry Goods.
BY MILES BRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at ll o'clock, I will sell at my
Storo, corner of King and liberty streets,
AN INVOICE OF CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
150 PAIR CASSIMERK, SATINET AND JEAN
50 Cassimerc and Satinet Saeta
109 White and Colored shirts
Pieces Su?tiet, Cassimere. Broadcloth, White, Red
and Gray Flannel, Linens, White Oood6, U-der
Shirts arid Drawers, Hnopskirts, Hosiery, Shawls,
Printed Aprons. Spool Cotton, Neck lies, Knives
and Fo ks, Notions, kc, ic.
On TO-MORROW T will sell ino cases BOOTS and
SHOES, and 50 cases Mens', Bovs' aDd Childrens'
HAT? (assorted.) Octob< r 30
Desirable Investment-large Brick Store and
Dwelling, corner of East Bay and Longi?
W. Y. IEITC?I & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAY. 2'Jih instant, at thc Oil
PosUfficc at ll o'clock,
That large lour and a half story HRICK STOPE
AND DWELLING, situated at the southeast corner
of East Bay and Longitude lane. The said Dwell ug
contains some eight squaie and t'.'O attic io-in?,
double piazzas, large brick kitchen, ci-Urn and out
bui'dings. Lot measures in front 25 feet, hy 147 feet
in depth, bu the said dimensions more or les?.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and morlane;
purchaser to poy us for papers and stomps; property
to be insured and policy assigned.
SALE AT AUCTION.
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer.
To l e sold at Public Auction, at No. 1 George-street,
THIS DAY, Ocober 29th, 1808, at 10 o'clock,
The erure slock of VALUABLE FURNITURE of a
famil.? declining housekeeping.
CONSISTING IN PABT AS FOLLOWS:
PARLOR FURNITURE and Brussels Carpet
Bedroom Furniture and English Carpet
Dining-room Furniture, complete
Crockery, Cutlery, Silver and Glassware
Bedding, Shades, Lace Curtains, Cornices, kc.
Cookinir Storo and Dining-room Stove, with pipes
nnd fixtures complete.
Terms cash, and removal to take piece immediately
aftet salo, as the lease expires. 7 O.'tober 29
^Lurtinnrcrs' priante Sales.
Residence in Southwestern part of City.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
For 6ale or rent, the Three Story WOODEN RESI?
DENCE on thc west s:de of Orange-street, one door
south of B.-oad-street, containing six upright, two
garret and one dressing rocm, with ample outbuild?
ings. Lot 38 ioet fio.it by ITU feet deep, more or
lesa. Apply as above, at
October 24 stuthC No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
This TIE can bc applied instantaneously to any
size bale; it requires no preparation whatever.
Insert the hoop in the
Slot, and draw it tight a
round the bale.
It adjusts itself to the bale, and is so simple that
it can be apphc I by any ooo.
When the lever of the
press is raised the tie will
fasten itself by tbe out?
ward pressure of the bale.
Thc advantage of Baling Cotton with iron is nrw
generally acknowledged, and it is recommended by
tbe Board of Underwriters, Steanr-oat and Ship?
owners. It costs less, mal?es a more compact bale,
and gives greater security than rope.
ROBERT NUKE & CO.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
October 23 2-tuthslino CHARLESTON, S. C.
ffainls, ?ils, ?c.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Zinc Pili nts
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
M A R YI N ' S SAFES
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES
No. ?03 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITS LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ET1WAN.
WM. M. B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY.
THE FAVORITE BRAND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 sac Etuth3mos/
Meris and Women's Shoes, L. B. and Minno
Undershirts, Satinet Pants, Dry Goods, $c ,
Received per Steamship Manhattan.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAT, 29th inst., at IO o'clo.k. we wilt eell, at
our auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
6 capes asso: tea Men's and Women's Balmoral and
Tow Quarter s^oes, L. B. and Embro'dored White
SUrts, Blue Flannel Shirti, White and Gray Merino
Shirts, Satinet ann Tweed Panis, Worsted Nubias.
Worsted ?arts, Iciants' Worsted Socks, Silk Bead
Head Nets, Balmoral Siirts, Brown Linen Damask,
Cassimeris, Kentucky Jeans, Blue Denims, Pant
Stulls, Dress Uoo?s, Bleached and Brown Shirting,
French tu?penders, Buttons, t ins, Spool Cotton,
L. C. Handkerchiefs, Madras Handkerchief, Hoop
Skirts, frc, kc.
Conditions cash. October 29
Sides, Shoulders, Dams, Strips, Joles, Soda,
Pork and Bulter.
BY LA UREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the ^Dth inst., will bc ?old, in cur stow,
No. 137 Enst Bav, at 10 o'clock,
7 hh'is. RIB STDiiS
4 libels. Hams
0 bbls. Pig Shoulders
5 bbl?. New York sugar cured Strips
5 bbls. Pork and longues
2 hox'-'S Joles
2 boxes Backs
5 kegs Bi Curb. Soda
5 cases Sardines.
21 kegs BUTTES, just lauded per s'camorMan
Conditions cash. October 29
Positive Salt. ^
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, st three
quar ers past 9 o'clock,
100 bbls. CUBA MOLASSES
50 firkins and tubs But'.er
CO Cr ki QI Lard
Lot C. R. Sides, in lots
30 to\es Cheese.
Conditions cash. October 29
Choice Sugar-cured Dams.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their store, at half
past P o'clo k,
23 tierces "Adams' " Choice Sugar-cured HAMS.
IL 7 si o s ?Ts "
GENE KAL COLLECTOR AND SUPERVISOR OF
I offer my service.! to the public in the above ca
paci v. Office at residence Corner KIN 1 and MOB
RIS-STREBT. At hom.i 8 to 9 A. M., and from 3 to
4 P.M. ruths.'mo October 20
THPOK TIS ft S OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ?tc.,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.
?2~Goods delivered to all parts of the City.
Nb. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILLP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also. UROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, 4c, con?
stantly on hand itt thc lowest mark*. urices.
September 12 _ m thal yr
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND CCMMI8
SION MER CH A ET.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BONH8, 8E
CURI1IES AND PERSONAL PHOPLRTY
No. 2 7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON. 3. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. IL WARING, Esq.
JT^ISLEY A CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 143 EAST BAY.
Vessels chartered and Frc:ghts procured.
TOMS D. ALEXANDER,
REAL ES TA TE A G E N T,
No. 16 Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSIN ES* IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJCS1INO OF BO ?KS AND
ACCOUNT? of Merchants and others. Uso, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLEC "IOS OF
REN IS OF HOUSES, Ac._October 1
yyiLLIS ?i CH1SOLB1,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS'
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, .-"ALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER ANO NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. H. CHISOLM.
J Y. "\VESTERVELT & CO.,
"REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 29 BROAD-STREET,
CnAKLEHTON, S. C.
BUY, SELL, EiC HANGE, LEASE REAL ES?
TATE in any section of the South.
ifS" Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, 4c.
October 11 3mos
G RA NOE S \ M O Sf S ,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office in Planters' and Mechanics' Ha nit
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 3? MON f AGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND 4}? TO
ti hi O'CLOCK P. M..
But wiil cill at Offices or Pi Iv it? Residences when,
f. cs i red, if Infi rmcd by note or otherwise.
Special attention will be given to the collection of
RENTS, DHLS AND OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 23 Imo
Q.EO. H. HOPPOCK,
Charles, ou, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASEU.. tim >? september 21
OTORTH, ST 1,ELE A WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STA TIO N ER Y, P ERF UM EU Y, i UTLER Yl
HO?LERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDER/, tc., ?-c.,
>o. 167 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, ?, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
Septen-ber 15 3mos
CTIliBUlt & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS*
Ko. 59 Broad street, Charleston, 8. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rent i. and all manner of claims.
July 13 mw!6mo