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B?lLYIEMS
WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, J865.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Col. W. A. I?EarMrNOWAY is tho authorized agent
of the --Daily News" for tho Btato of South Caro
lina. II? will visit different Bcotions of tbo Stato
Whore mail facilities arc afforded, when our friends
can have an opportunity of subscribing to a con
sistent ami reliable Southern Journal.
rRA-mcixo.?Tho firing hoard ycatorday after
noon in the harbor waB morely practicing with
?hells by tho doublc-cndor Chicopec.
J. B. J). DeBow, .inerotofdijo t}io jpnblishor ?f D?
Bow's* Reoiew, has "received Executive pardon, and
designs arranging to again publish tho biuiio pe
riodical in Washington. *....."."
Dkad Body.?A gontleman informod ua yester
day that a dead body had boon found in tho woods
at Mount Ploasant, and that tho Coroner was
mm-miming a Jury of Inquest to examine into tho
matter at th? timo he left for the city.
The Gallows.?Tho execution of Billy Wilson
and William Arnol, for the murder ot J. W. Skin
ner, took place at Georgetown, S. C, on Saturday
last, with the appropriate solemnity which auch
au occasion demanda, i The o?icor who conducted
tho corenionics reporta that "tho disagreeable
affair passed off,without accident, with every ef
fort on his part tq humanitize this brutal modo of
punishment; and that the execution was devoid of
anything that could incroaao the torturo of tho
Victims, who protested to the last t? their inno
cenco." .
PRintd?o.?We would call the attention of our
patrons to tho advertisement of T_a_. C. Jowitt,
which will bo found in our columna. This estab
lishment has beon in operation for several years,
and has given, in tho large business which they
havo carried on, the most entire aatiafaction to tho
public. Having lately received a large assortment
of now material, Mr. Jowttt is now ready to ex
ecute any kind of printing that may offer. See
advertisement on tho first page.
La Crioi.a I ? Thia establishment, under tho
proprietorship of one of the beat fellows in the
world, Jose Jaba, comes oat this morning with an
advertisement modelled aftor a late style, and ia
sure to be read. Our frieud has always boon par
ticularly carefuj in the selection of lita atock of to
bacco and Bogara, and this, with the neatness of
his atore and fixtures, and his peculiarly obliging
and liberal nature, has bostowed upon him a pop
ularity with his fellow-citizens that should be very
llatteriug. That he will always retain it, we feel
confident.
Safes.?Our paper of thia morning contains an
advortisoment of Messrs. W. M. Binn it Co., stat
ing that thoy aro agent8 of Marvin's Burglar and
Eire Proof Safes. It was one of tho Safes of this
celebrated maker that some acoiuulrol attompte?l
to force, a night or two ago, at the Post Troasur- I
cr's office, but was bo thoroughly-foiled by its com
bination lock and general burglar proof qualities,
as to quit iu disgust.
Auction Sale dy Dav?d Barrow.?Otir?cadei'?
will observe that an auction sale will take placo
this morning, at 10 o'clock, at No. 153 East Bay,
whero fine groceries, Ac, will be disposed of.
Groceries, etc.?We would refer our readers
generally, aud those who are in want of groceries,
by wholesale especially, to an advertisement of
C.uiiLL & Co., which appears in our columns to
day. It will be noticed that they have removed
from their old store in King-street, and now hold
forth at the corner of Lodge Alley and East Bay,
an old and popular stand, where thoy will fur
nish to dealers one of tho finest assortment of
goods that oan be purchased in tho city, and on
as liberal terms. Look at their advertisement.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, etc.?Ono of tho
largest depots for the sale of theae difforcnt arti
cles, always ho much in demand, hae Ll-?u opened
at No. 144 Meeting-Btreet, under tho chavgo of
Mr. John Commins, long and favorably known as
an experioncod dealer in snch goods. As tho
agont of manufactories at the North, Mr. C. can
dispose of his etock at a Little moro than cost?the
freight only being addod?which ahould make it an
object with those desirous of purchasing, to call
npon him and make an examination. His stock is'
of tho best quality, and is importod from houses
of high repute. See his advertisement.
Eureka 1?This heads an advortisoment of a
celebrated Medicated Bitters, of which Cahill &
Co. aro tho Agenta. This Bitters?called "Oanlar
go do Castilla, or Brown's Castillan"?is spoken of
very highly as a stomachic, and 1b Bald to have
boen much used where cholora has prevailed. It
is pronounced, also, a sovereign romedy in caaes
ofeetv-sicknooa.
An Advertisement from E. Conner _ Co. will
strike the oye of the reador aa ho glances over the
paper, and wo would suggest that it ho read with
great caro by dealorsT for It conta! no many things
at wholesale which are vory much wanted at tho
present timo, and. which can be obtained thoro
cheap for cash. . ,
Auction and Cohmibsion Merchants;?Among
tho many old names and firma that aro coming
boforo the oyo of tho public every-day,'thoro ar?
nono that gratifies uh moro to announce as having
recommenced buslnoas than Wilbur & Son. They
havo always boen characterized by an enorgy and
straightforwardness that will continue to insure
them tho attention of tho public.
Charles' L.' G0____u__.?This gentleman's
card will bo found In to-d&y'e issue, announcing to
the pnblio hie position aa a General Commission
and Forwarding Merchant, at No. 145 Mooting
streot. Although Mr. G.' has beefi among U8 but
a fow months, his enorgy in bueinoas and his ac
commodating manners havo already made him
xeaUy popular and appreciated. .
Oha-oles E. Kanapaux, Esq.?It will be noticed
-withmuch pleasure, in pur issue -"if to-day, that thia
gentloman has returned to tho ? itormanco of hie
duties m Magistrate, at hie; bid office in* Chalmers
street. Wo oongratulate Mr. K. j?n his' roasBum
ing the rcBponsibUiiaes of.his position, and equally
pleased In looking upon it as one of the first acts
exhibiting the establishment of civil law among
w.
OoM-fEROTAJ,' Bohoo-.?We are glad to annonnoe
tho re-establishment of the excellent Gemmorclal
Lchool of the MoBsrs. P_lotn This useful inatitu
_}on was establish^ Vf &** oiiy In 1848; and hun
dreds of our citizens ban testify to the great ad
vantages it has offerod in the attainment of com
meroial knowledge. We call the attention of -cut
yonng: men -to..th_ ^ orUBeiaent.j^ ^Qt^ppl
gHMfa
LA CRI?LA! LA CRI?LA !f
Jeff. Davis
WHO IS A GREAT SMOKER, DOES NOT PATRON
IZE LA CRI?LA, at No. 242 KING-STREET, of
which JOSE JARA ?b Proprietor, but ho soon
Will be
Obliged to do so, an I have received SEGARS of the
finest brands, consisting of : JOVEN AMERICA. FLOR
DEL FUMAR. LA VALENTINA, LA FLOR DE ANA
ARTIAOO. and EL SEGUNDO SUENO.' - Also, Packages
of HCARFALETTL OLD STONEWALL and KILLl
KINICK TOBACCO, have been
Discharged Prom
Late steamer/?, and placed in ?loro. Also. TURKLSH
GOLDEN LEAF, which, ir-tnokcU by a captive, would
make him wish uovur to leave his
Prison
Wbllo bis tobacco lasted. Wo have also MEERSCHAUM
PIPES. GENUINE URIAR-ROOT PIPES, SNUFF of all
kinds, OUN CAPS, CHEWING TOBACCO, Superior
MATCHES and SEGAR LIGHTERS, which, if not pur
chased immediately, will be gone
In a Pew Days.
September 27
EUREKA!
AMARGO DE ?LA BITTERS
FOR SALE BY
C A HILL & CO.,
sole: agents,
CORNER EAST BAY and LODGE ALLEY.
September 27
FOR SALE.
25
BBLS. CRUSHED SUGAR ~J
25 bbls. CoiTeo Sugar
20 bbls. Common Brown Sugar
25 bags Rio Coffee
10 bags Java Coffee
GO b-xos Adamantino Candles
25 boxes Starch
10 half chests Hyson Tea
20 caddies Hyson Tea
10 caddies Oolong Tea
10 half chests Oolong Tea
25 kegs Lard
CO kits No. 1 Mackerel, now
200 boxes Herrings.
The abovo for salo by
RAVENEL k BARNWELL,
No. 177 EaBt Bay, opposlto Accommodation Wharf.
September 27 wfm3*
JUST RECEIVED :
EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR
Powdered, Crushed "A," "C" and Brown Sugar
Coffee, in sacks and boxes
Black aud Green Teas
Castile, Fancy and Pale Soap
Sperm aud Adamantine Candles
Bl Carbonate and Sal Soda, in kegs and boxes
Salaratus
Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in'hair ubis, and kits
Sugar House Syrup and Molasses
Whole and quarter boxes Raisins
Citron, Currant?, Prunes, Figs
And a general assortment of Groceries.
ALSO,
TRIPOLI EMERY PAPER, Navy Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, and a good assortment of SEGABS.
For sale cheap for cash, by
F. CONNER & CO.,
No. 70 EAST BAY,
Two doors south of North Atlantic Wharf.
Soptombcr 27 wfni3
BUILDING MATERIALS."
STONE LIME ' i t
CEMENT
PLASTER PARIS
LATHS
HAIR
SAWED CEDAR SHINGLES.
For sale by TROUT k AMSBURY,
. No. 181 East Bay.
T. B. TROUT wiU be happy to see his old friands and
customers ?s above. . .September.26*
"for sale.
5Q WALNUT BOABDS, WIDE
"O POPLAR, from 6-8 to 1 inch
Ash, from 1 to 3 Inches thick '
Oak, from 1 to 3 inches thick.
Apply at No. 70 WENTWORTH-8TREET,
September 25 mwfJ* Near St. Phillip.
CEMENT AND TIN. ,
QAA BBLS. CEMENT, "R-SENDALE" " '
?>\iv/ -0 boxes I O and I X Roofing and Bright Tin.
Fot sale low, by T. TUPPER k SONS,
September 16 ' : lmo Brown's South Wharf.
C. B. AHRENS & CO.,
FORMERLY PROPRIETORS OF THE 80TJTH CARO
LINA 8TEAM COFFEE AND SPICE MtLL8,
HAVE .RESUMED. BUSINESS AT THE : SOUTH,
WEST CORNER OF KING'AND MARKET-STS.,
formerly Mr. Greer's Book Store. Dealers In FAMILY
GROCERIES. LIQUORS, WINES, Ac. Also, continues
to put up GROUND COFFEE and SPICES in every vari
ety of paokages. A liberal reduction made to the trade,
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attende- to.
O. D. AHRENS.GEO. KBTEXE. ..
September 14_ . lmo
JUST RECEIVED
? ?\?\ CASES SPARKLING HOCK AND RHINE
1UU WINE
100 cases CHAMPAGNE CIDER
GOO cases Ale
100 Dblf4..Whls_y, varjous brands and prices '
10 bbln. Alcohol, 97 p_r o?nt. .'. .__.'-; _ ,.
60 bblS. AIS :>; .; .r t . .
60 cases' Whisky
60 eases Brandy :!
25 cases Stoughtoh Bitters -
60 baskets Heidsleck _ Co.. Champagne, a pure
- and genuine article
Brandy, Gin, St. Croix Bum
Sherry Wine, Ac, Ac.,
All of the purest quality and cheap for cash, at
GEO. W. OLABK k CO _.,
August 21_ No. .145 Meeting-street.
FRESH GOODS-FULL STOCK.
?/^PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL
?j\) 160 bags Rio and Java Ooffoo
200 boxea Candle. -: /!::?:
200 whole boxes Raisins, Layers ' ?
200 half boxes Raisins, Layers
60 boxes Cooking Soda
100 boxes Magic Ooffoe
60 chests boat Teas, cheap
200/ bbls. ?ugars, various-kinds : - ., p ?
60 "tierces Molasses '- ' ' - |4j ,i
-6"_bbi. Cider Vinegar * '-'-*--* -
. 60 bbls. Corned Beef
26 bbls. Corned Pot_ ' '.' . >, u,
260 boxes Starch
200 boxes Soap
600 boxes Herrings
200 boxes Pickles and Gerkias
200 cases Sauces and Eetaups
200 bbls. Extra Flour
60 packages Goshon Butter
.. ' Spices of all kinds, Macearon!, Citron, Preserved
Ginger, Cooking Extracts, Ac, Ac.
GEO. W. OLABK k CO.,
August 21_No. 145 Meeting street.
F. B. Cttldester....IB. M. Px-i-bard.
JERSEY CITY
P L A NIN ft MIL L B.
CHIDESTER A CO.
WOOD M0V?MWH, ARCHITRAVES,
HAND HAILS, BRACKETS, TRUSSES
? i' . Airo - *
Inside Trimmings
Of ovory description ?n liand und made to ordor.
SCROLL SAWING ? WOOD TURNING,
HI 1? ?t _ W_YHK.8TltEET,
OOBNKB GBiEENB, JBBSEY OTTY.
Beptember 8 _. . L_to
SAVANNAH HERALD
vi':.:..., .... CAN BIS HA? AT ...
Rnggft? Book and Periodical Store,
''' 'ii.'ti- iwr_-?r?_r _?r?_tanfi???1 _v_>. ? .
. Ho.'tOB MA-l-C-tT-BTRB-CT.
9eptB_ibe-? ' ' ' 't '' - '" ' ' " '.'?'
SBQJ?Si
NEW BOOT ANJ
JUSTR?
ON COMMISSION FROM THE DIFFI
500 CASES OF BO
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
fi . . i . : ! , i, ,i
H - : -
* I . L I il.i * ' i !l
No. 141Meeting
September 37' *
SAPES! SAPES!!
MARVIN'S CELEDRAT?D' FIRE AND BURQLAR
PROOF IRON SAFE8.
FOR BALE BY THE AGENTS,
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
PAINTS, ?IL8 AND GLASS,
September 27 wf3 No. 203 East Bay-street.
JENNINGS, THOMLINS?F& CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
SADDLES, BRILLES, HARNESS, &c.
SADDLERY, HARDWARE, LEATHER,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAOS.
SHOE FINDINGS, Ao. I
No. 35 HAYNK-8TU__T, unarteaton, 8. O.
Aro nnw receiving Stoclc?will be completo by FIRST
OCTOBER??to which wo Invito attention..
September 23 C*
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN ' * '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DEY AND FANCY
GOODS,
No. 41 Hayne-street
o
f I"7"E ARE NOW OFFERING OUR FALL AND WD?
VV TER 8T0CK,
CONSISTING IM PABT OF I
PRINTS
DcLalnes, Printed and Plain
Alpacas
Merinos
Cloths
Cassimerea
Flannels ,
Blankets
Tweeds
Kentucky Jeans
Gent's and Ladies' Merino
Under Vesta
CLOAKS .
Shawls
Longclotha
Irish Linens
Handkerchiefs
White Goods
Hosiery
Gloves
Velvet and Trimming Rib
bons
Brown and Bleached Table
Linen
Skirts.
ALSO,
A GENERAL STOCK OF SMALL WARE GOODS.
COMBS
Buttons
Brashes
Needles
Pins
Tapes
Braids
Sl'OOL COTTON
Threads
Letter and F. C. Paper
Envelopes
Extracts
Pomades
Fanny Soaps.
To which wo invite tho attention of Dealers. Our
Stock was purchased prior to the recent advanco in
Goods.
The friends of Mr. JAMES M. BRAWLEY will find
him with us. September 21
newman ?Bowler,.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Ho-ugli <fc Dressed
BICE.
ADVANCES .-tIAUK ON CONSIGNMENTS.
OFFICE NO. 259 KING-STREET,
OPPOSITE HASEL,
Alex. F. Newman.Edward Fowler.
September 25 lmo*
KING & (?ASMT
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
Np. 151 IVEeeting-St.,
CHARLESTON, S'. ?.,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN ;
DRUGS - _. ?' '.' J'f LEADS- \
Patent Medicine?. ( Varnish??
Dyo Stuff?.
Surgical In sir unie n Is
Perhunory
Fancy Boaps
Stationery . -
Writing Inka].
OUa-' . _
Dry and Mixed Paints
Window Glass
Brushei] .
Wlnea
Liquors, _o.
- A?SO,
SOLE AGENTS FOR PATENT LEG8 AND CRUTCHES
Isaacsen's Rat and Insect Poison, Ac, _c.
September 1 ,_ *" .' _lmo*
WBOLBSP DRUG HOUSE,
JOHN ASHHURST,
SUPERD?TENDENT,
i Formerly of No. 29'?Hftjme-Street. . i
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY
BRUSHES %
PAINTS
OILS .(
WINDOW QLA8B
KEROSENE 0E_
LAMPS, ?co.
AGENTS FOR ,
DRAKE'S PLMTATMBI
STERLING'S AMBROS?A,
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE
DAT.
MORGAN BROTHERS,
Wholesale Druggiefs,
Ko. 153 ??EETING-ST?EET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON H^TEL.
Soptember 19_' ' | lmo
SPECTACLES! SPEOTAfLES !
f*i LASSES TO SUIT ALL AGES, FITTED IN GOLD,
VX SUTer and Steel frame?, by
ALLAN & SnDONS,
Septombor M_No. a07 gig-atroet. _.
COFFINS! C0FFIN6M
T7-BPT ON HAND, OF ALL SIZES AID QUALI
JV TEES, <MjnaUtl_g of: Y??JAW PIN/i POPLAR.
WALNUT, SPANISH CEDAR and Mah/GANY, and
wUl be tarnli-ed at the SHORTEST NOT7JE and LOW
KSTPRIOK?, by HKNB? VA-NB, ' '
Undertaker, No, 22 UepxietH-BUwet, sVeOx side.
3 SHOE HOUSE.
SENT SHOE FA-TORIES NORTH,
OTS AND SHOES,
AT SMALL-ADVANCES.
?OHN COMMENTS,
j-st, opposite Hayne-stI
_ ?l.\::'.\.?.] .'.'_2
CAHILL & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS that they havo REMOVED from No.
275 King-stroct to their new Store, CORNER OF EAST
HAY AND LODGE ALLEY, where they wul be happy
to servo them. .
JUST RECEIVED,
, PER STEAMER GRANADA, A FRESH SUP
PLY OF GROCERIES, VIZ :
30 BAGS RIO COFFEE
40 mats Java Coffee
15 kegs Carb. Soda
20 boxes Carb. Soda
_!?}8' 5rown Su8ftr O0" priced)
50 bbls. C Sugar
25 bblB. B Sugar
25 bbls. A Sugar
25 bbls. Powdered Sogar
35 bbls. Crushed Sugar (standard) hj.. .
30 half bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
30 half bbls. No. 2 Mackerel
CO kits No. 1 Mackerel ~r' ' '"'
25 kits Salmon <1865>-' --.-'.:, L
50 tubs Prime Lard
50 boxes Colgate's Family Soap
CO boxes Pale and No. 1 Soap
CO boxes E. D. Chccso
100 kegs Nails (assorted)
Together with a good assortment of LIQUOR8. WINES,
SEGARS, fee., Ac, Ac, which thoy offer at lowest cash
prices._3 , , September 27
S. R. MARSHALL
HAS REMOVED HIS STOCK OF HARDWARE FROM
tbo store of Messrs. O. E. k A. 8. Johnston, No.
273 KinR-;(t_qi<t,. to No. 310, nearly opposite, UP STAIRS,
for tho present
In Store and Landing :
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY
Plated SpoonH and Forks
Locks, Hinges, Bolts
Bench Planes, Collins' Axes
Shovels, 8pades, Cotton and Wool Cards
Solves, Nails,'Ooffee Mills
Storo Trucks, Cross-Cut Saws
Mill and Hand-Saw Files, Grindstones
Canal Barrows, Counter Scales
HoUow Ware and Blacksmiths' Tools
Horse Shoe Nails
Circular Saws.
September 25 . mwf 3
H. 0, ST O L 3-T
Formerly with TV. H. Bancroft & Co.,
No. 287 KING-STREET,
TH 1KB BOOK BELOW WESTWORTH,
HAS JUST OPENED A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
T-8 AND 4-4 LONGCLOTHS
O ANO 10-4 8BEETING
7-8 ivn 1-1 Hito. SHIRTINGS
6-4 PILLOW COTTONS
BLEACHED AND BROWN DRILLS
COTTON FLANNELS
DED TICKS
MARLBORO AND TWILL STRIPES
PAPER CAMBRICS
WHITE AND COLORED TWILL JEANS
BLACK AND COLORED CALICOES
GINGHAMS, APRON CHECKS
MOUSLIN DEL AINES '
FRENCH MERINOS '
ENGLISH MERINOS
POPLINS
DE BERGES
BLACK ALPACAS
FRENCH BOMBAZINES
BLACK COBERGS ^ .
WHITE AND BROWN """
HUCKABACK DIAPER?
RUSSIA D?APERS "?p
BIRD EYE DIAPERS ';''.
7 AND 8-4 TABLING DAMASKS
DAMASK NAPKINS ' .
DROWN DOWLAS ^
BROWN CRASH
HUCKABACK AND DIAPER TOWELS
LINEN BOSOMS
BLACK CLOTHS ATD CASSIMERES
BLACK AND GRAY SATINETS
KENTUCKY JEANS
TWEEDS ' '"
WHITE, RED AND BLUE FLANNELS
9, 10, 14-4 BED BLANKETS.
WITH A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES'AND GENTS' .
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
PINS, NEEDLES r*
TAPES, COTTON
BELTS, BUTTONS
'..'..'. i . .'."....'" v HOOKS AND EVES*
AND. ASSORTMENT OF NOTIONS, ALL OF WHICH
will be sold at a SMALL PROFIT, by
EL O. ST?X0V
No. ?87 KING-STREET,
OLD STAND OF W. G, BANCROFT k 00.
tOf Darlington Uonthornor, Nowborry Herald..and
Yorkvillo Enquirer, will insert three tunea, and send
bill to ?Dally News" offlco. , , ".
Septemberlfl . mwre
REMOVAL.
VrOTIQE IS HBBBBY GIVEN THAT THE OPFIOH
J.1 of the u ideraignod is removed from No, 20 Broad
etreet to thp PavUlon HoteL corner of MocUng and Ha
sel-ctreoU, at which place APPLICATIONS FOB LEASE
AND RESTORATION OF ABANDONED PROPERTY
m tho City of Charleston may be made. '
JAMES P. LOW,
.^AP TIO& SALES,_k
Jtrandu, in Wood and liottlrx.
IIV nicKAY .-v (Mll'lti;i,i..
THIS HAY, the _7tli IiihI.. nt 1?) o'clock, at our Salo*
Rooni.1. No?. ?0 ?mi H'J IlnHcl-Htrcet, to cIobo khIch
2S cusen BRANDY
:t eighth pipen Brandy.
Conditions cash. September 67
JloOls, Shoes and Ifats.
BY HcKAV ?ft CAMPBELL.
this day. flic *27tli Instant, at io o'ctoek, at our flalos
Rooms, Nos. w) and 82 itetel-wtreet,
20 cases and cartoons ?eul.V, LadicH' :iu?l Children's
GAITERS, SHOES, BALMORALS, kc,
? caaesifrfoft*? Hat? Bad Ladles' 1 Jon nets. '
OondtBon? ??ash. Sfptombor 2T
Dry (foods and Furniture.
BY McKAY ?St CAMPBELL,
THIS DAY, Uto 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, nt our Sales
Rooms, No?. HO and 82 llamd-Btrcot,
SATINETS, FLANNELS, Hoop Skirt?, Osnaburgs
Suspenders, Bnttons, Linon Thread
Pocket ami Plan Comb?, Hooks and Eyes
Pins. Bew-is siik. Watob Guard*
. Plated Tea and Table Spoons. Watches and Jewelry.
ALSO.
A tow articlcH of FURNIT?UEL the property of a fami
ly leaving Uio Suite. it'
Condition* ?aali, Soptcmbor 27
7b Close Oonittmimcnt.
-DAVID BAH BOW
Will ?ell at 10 o'clock THIS DAY,-7th. instant, at kW
stori-. No. 15:i East Hay:
250 FARM BASKETS
C barrels Molasseh
Barrels Potatoes . ..,.
1 barrel Soft Soap
100 pounds (?round-Plinonto
2 boites Ciilomnn's Mustard
.-** boxes Cream Tflrfar
4 gros* BUu'klng '
Blnokrrig Brushes
10 dofcon Clothes Linos .
Boxes Soap
Boxes Ground Ooffco (1 lb. packages)
' Boxes Pearl Starch
Bags Table Snlt
Boxes Brniuly (Otard, Dupuy & Co.)
Boxes Brand}- (Pinct C'.'i.stiUian)
Barrel? Buttcr-Crac?ars - ?.
' Firkins B-iHt
4 barrel? Ro. <nOU
1 ?lust Green Tea
l ehest Black Tea
1 gros? Scrubbing Brushes
Box Ground Peppor
1 lot new Tinware September 2T
STEAM BOILER FOR SALE.
FOR SAL E?ONE HORIZONTAL FLUE STEAM
BOILER, in good condition. It is 40-horso power,
and capable of sustaining a pressurerof 70 pounds por :
square inch. Apply at No. 300 KING-STREET.
September ?7_3_
147?SI.PH A. TH0?R0N, 14
AUCTION & COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 14 Vendue Range,
UNDER COLLONADE ROW,
O liarle ston, S . C .
MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND
UNDERWRITER'S 8ALES, disposed of at Publio
and Private Sale.
All business which may bo intrusted to his caro'shall
receive prompt attention.
Sfir Out-door sales proruplly attended to. Consign?
m< nt . solicited. wfiu 3mo September 20
FOR. PHILADELPHIA.?THE A Wo.
1 Schooner JONAS SPARKS, having a large
^portion of her cargo engaged, will hare i-ame
-d?ate dispatch. For Freight, apply to
WILLIS k CHlSOLM,
^September *27 2 _ Millu Houso.
FOR. NEW YORK?ORLEANS
h^ LINE.?Tlio.A No. Sohooner H. P.. RUSSELL,
w^Nickeiiron Master, will commence. loading,
^BaThis Day, .at.Kerr's Wharf. Having part of
cargo unpaged, will leave with dispatch for ?ho above
port. For freight or passage, apx'ly to STYLES _ OAR?
TER, No. 10 VimderhoratWharf. . September 25
FOR NEW YORK.-THE F I Vi
new Schooner VICKSBUKG, Haskcll master,
>\vill have immediate dispatch an above. For
Freight, apply to EL F. RAKER k CO..
September 21 No. 20 Cumberland-street. "
FOR NEW YORK.?MERCHANT'S
LINE.?The fast clipper Schooner B. N. HAW
>KINS, Boyd, Master, will liave quick dispatch,
shaving a portion of her cargo engaged.
For balanco of Freight or Passage, apply at th?
Agent's office. WILLIAM ROACH,
North Cor. East Bay and Boycc's South Whar_
September 22
FOR PHILADELPHIA_KEY
STONE LINE.?Tho packet sehr. WILLIAM L.
>SPRING3,Steclman, Master, will hate dispatch
sas abovo. For Freight or Passage, apply to
H. F. BAKER _ CO.,
September 25 No. 20 Cumberland street.
NEW YORK & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIPS
LEARY~LINE.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS
Quaker City (sidowhcol), W. U. W_*t, Commander.
Granada (propeller).R. Baxter, Commander.
Alhamhra (propeller)_R. B. Bej?sok, Commander.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
GRANADA,
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF, THIS DAY.
27th September, at 11 o'clock A M., precisoly.
For Freight or Passage, having HANDSOME AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to RAVENEL k CO.,
Sout_ corner of East Bay and Vanderhorst's Whar- >
Septe'mpor 27 ? . . _^^__
PEOPLES? stbaWhIp companf.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.-2
THE NEW AND FAVORITE PASSENGER 8TE_M8H_?
MrONEKA,
CRAB. P. MAR8HM?N.COMMANDE-.
-fTrTTLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, TO
Tt MORROW, Septombor 28th, at One o'clock, P.
M. precisely. ; ? ...
For Passage or Freight apply to
OLM. Ag<
WILLIS _ OHISOLM, Agonts, Mills Houso,
For information in regard to inward Freight, appl
September 27 Messrs. A. GETTY _ 0
TO OWNERS OF COTTON. ,
IN ANSWER TO NUMEROUS INQUIRIES FROM
abroad, we would say that wo ape prepared to tara
charge of, put in order and ship any lot *>f COTTON"!?
the States of Georgia, South Carolina or Alabama, as wa
bavo local agente at almost 'every town, and a corps of
moat efficient men, selected for IntogrUy, capacity, anil
experience, to tako charge of ovory lot. : ,
We will also pay all taxes and charges of every descrip
tion, and mako liberal advances on the Cotton. In
short, wo will Uko charge of tho Cotton on receipts or
ordere., and. give the owners no ?rouble whatever, from
tho time we receive it until sold and returns aro mid?
by our houBfw, .
??ui_r_v_?? WATTS, CRANE _ Oa, *?
'./ ' ' > New York, or
W. O. WATTS ?V CO.,
~". Liverpool, England.
We invite tho especial attention of ncn-i-eaidd-to
our _*_Ut55r -
? - E. M. BRUCE & CO.
Ang_nt30_. ___"_ ?no
ANDERSON ^TELLKENCEB,
Published Weekly ?t Anderson C, IL, S. 6.
TTAVING A L_RGB.0tR^W??Tl,$N I*( ANDKBO?^
ri and the adjolnmg Districts? offer? mWxior pi.
dncemenbt as an advertising miximin for Ute business
men of Charleston. Terms reasonable. Address
^ .HOYT ? HTJMPHBRYfc '
Proprtetors "ait?Ul_e_oe?\"' '
September 3?3 *. ? ? 4*-> ? * Aad?si?o_ ?. H., 8, 0.

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