WEDNESDAY MORNING, OOTOBKB 11, 1SM5?.
Mayor's C'ii-rt.?There was nothing transpiring this
luiirniilg, in this Court, of sutiW-ivtii. imp?rtame to brlug
befara the public.
SIMM? M. M. Quints k Duos, <-f the News Depot,
in King-street, near Ann, have kindly lurnlshcil us with
the last numbers o? Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's II
lu t.aled Paper, The Albion, Bound Table, New J'orl: Lee
j;.; Hell's Life in London, New York Times", Herald, Day
Rout:, News, Tribune, kc. PiU*.iou*5 desiring iato News
papers and Periodicals can always bo promptly furnished
at the Messrs Quwn. Back numbers of the Ledge,-. Mer
fury, and Weekly can also be procured from them.
Euum Waterman, Esq., for many years Ordinary
ol Georgetown District, and an old and honorable resi
dent of that town, .Red there recently at the age of 74
P_saOM__?Wm. Gilmori* Simms has vacated the Ed
itorial chair of the Columbia/v..rm>, and is succeeded
by W. R. Johnson, Es?i.
The iollowtno gontlcmon have been elected officers
of a Mounted Infantry con? formed at Darlington C. H
in accordance with the recent Proclamation of Governor
Jumus A. Law, Captain.
E. Keith Daboan. 1st Lieutenant.
Edward McLvrosn, 2d Lieutenant.
A. H. Wabiso, 3d Lieutenant.
Mous. A. Lanes, late Consul to North and South
Carolina, from France, but who has been ordorcd to
Mexico, arrived yesterday by the Quaker City, and, after
remaining in our city for a tow weeks, will repair to his
new station. Mona. Lamen his resided with us for near
two years, and bas ao ingratiated himself into the esteem
aud regard of our follow-c.itli-.ou8 by his gentlemanly
manners and urbanity of disposition, that they will part
>vit h bun with great regret.
Thb followtnq is a list of tho Officers of the Ta
coney, which arrived hero yostoiday:
Commander, W. G. Tomplc; Lieutenant-Commander,
H. M, Blue; Lieutenant, C. D. Jones; PaBsed-Asslatant
Sjurgoon, G. D. Slocum; Acting Assistant Paymaster, A.
D. Bacho; Acting Master, <J. Wappenhaua; Acting En
Signs, W, McLeod, H. Jones; Mates, B. H. Hertman, W.
H. nowland, W. H. Loctnct, r\ c. Bailoy; First Assist
ant Engineer, in charge, N. B. Clark; Second, G. E.
Tower, H. C. Blyo; Acting Third, W. E. Holland, M. H.
Perry ; Surgeon's Steward, Edward F. Dow.
RonnERT.?We understand that, a few days ago, a
party of three or four white men proceeded up the Ash
ley In a craft, for tho purpose of obtaining wood, and
having supplied thcmaelvos with a aufflclency of oak,
at a point on tho river, they sailed higher up, Into the
Parish of St George's, near Bacou'a Bridge, frtn..*a they
were making preparation* for cutting soino pine to
completo tho loading of their boat, when a squad of
negroes, f _ly arm??, made their appearaucc and ordered
them to desist. Having seized tho boat and all tbelr
clothlug, with eatables, kc, they directed them, in the
most authoritative manner, to return immediately to
iho city,' which the white meu were compcUed to com
ply with, being unprepared for any .such adventure, and
arrived hero after a fatiguing walk, with, to them, quite
a considerable loss. Tho ncgroos who committed the
robbery, we bolicve, have not. as yet, been discovered.
Tub //ouse or Industry.?Through the politeness of
Captain Linqcist, we, yesterday, had the pleasure of ex
amining the internal economy of the building at the cor
lioi* of George aud _ing-strects (the Uto American Xfotcl)
which is designed for the truly charitable purposo of be
coming a proper "Homo" for destitute gonteol females,
nnd to bo known as the "/fouso of Industry." Tho ar
rangements aro remarkably good, and evorythbig seems
to bo made as comfortable as possible for those who arc
to bo ?nuutcs, while the plan for giving outside work to
ladies appears to he well systematized. With the co-op
eration of the Ladies' Bureau, sowing work has already
been furnished to, at least, one hundred applicants, and.
hope m are entertained that, during tho coming week,
much urrator progress will bo made, and many more la
To tho active exertions of tho Ladies' Charitable Cloth
ing Asaooiation, of which Miss //ammond i<* President,
and the unceasing endeavors of the individual members
oft?is kind-hearted Society, tho success of this institution
may in a measure be attributed?thoy leaving nothing
undone that could be beneficial In promoting the object
of this benevolont onterpriB?; and to Captain G. J. Lin
q?ist also, who modestly and quietly has ?lone a great
deal of this work of charity, tho beneficiaries of the In
stitution must be lastingly indebted.
It must bo impressed upon the minds of all, that this
bouse has been established for destitute ladies, and none
other ?for those respectable wonieu who have been
thrown into poverty by the Iobs of relatives who sup
ported them, or other circumstances during the late war,
and not for those who, by ill behavior, have lost all pre
tensions to character or decency. Before ono can be ad
mitted as an inmate, or draw work from the estabUsh
ment, she must produce a certificate from two resident
citizens of respectability, that she Is a woman of reputa
tion and standing, as well as that she is destitute, and
then all assistance will be given.
Those who receive work and take It to tbelr bouses?
and ovcry kind of needle-work will be furnished?w_l bo
Tho following geutlemon aro the Trustees of the
G. J. LINQUIST, Chairman.
Dr. J. F. Popprkh-im, I James W. Brown,
G. W. Williams, j Rov. J. H. Hououn,
Wm. Kiruwood, I Rev. Mr. GbSEN,
C. B. .SlOWA?D, | Rev. Mr. Mkynabdie,
W. H. GlLLILAND.
Election Tickets.? Our prompt and stirring friend,
Jowitt, informs candidates and others interested that
ho la prepared to print, at ho shortest notice, every
kind or quantity of election tickets. The many additions
and improvements which ho haa lately made to bis of
jQco, with the ability and knowledge of business which
Mr. Jowitt possesses, warrant us in saying that no bet
ter work can bo done in ?10 city than Is oxeouted in his
Wholesale Gboceb and Commission Merchant.?
William Ouuney, lately tho Commandant of this Post,
and well known among our citizens for his kindness and
good iecliug, has entered into this business at No. 102
Bust Bay, where ho hopes to obtain a share of public
patronage. Our popular fellow-townsman, Mr. Henry
T. Tuoaii'son, Jr., formerly Telior of the Bank of
Charlcftoii, will bo found also at this establishment,
whore, do uoubt, his pleasurable manners will attract
many of his friends.
PonR WiirrK Lead and Oi_9.?These particular arti
cles, which for some years we hod to do without,
or uso tho moat inferior Btuff, can now be obtained
abundui lly u d of tho most superior kind, by calling on
Mr. John (,'omuinb, at?No. 141 Meeting-street, opposite
Hayuo, an por advortisomont. The reputation which
Mr. Commins has always sustained in this community
as a business man, la a sufficient guarantee of tbe genu
ineness of the. lead; and wo would call the careful atten
tion of country merchants to tho card in to-day'a issue.
Am* i n in, h ii ir who and Commission.?It 1b with much
plMimirv. that wo notice tho return to his former ?voca
tions of our townsman, Mr. J. A. Ehblow (late of the
firm oi Miihpeoai _ Co.) His business capacity, and
tbe attention and punctuality displayed by him in for
mer days, will certainly insure him now a Bberal pa
Posuo RENEi/AOTB_w.--Mr8. 8. A. Allon haa
justly curned thin title, and thousands aro this
day rejoining ovor a fino head of hair produced by
her unequalled preparation for restoring, invigo
rating, und beautifying tho hair. Her World's
Hair Ren to ror quickly cleanses the eoalp and arresta
the full ; the hair, if groy, in changed to its natural
color, giving it the same vitality apd luxurious
quantity as in youth. For ladles and children,
whoso hi?ir roquireB frequent dressing, tho Zylo
hftlmiuHiin, or World's Hair Dressing, haa no
oqiifi.. Ni lady'? toilot is completo without it.
Evcr> i), i "gist has it for salo.
Tho p>;ploof Kentucky don't want negro auf?
frar i -. ' I i uy think n ogr o suffer anco quite enoogh.
??oui* e Journal.
-| f\l'\ SACKS OROUVD SALT, LA.NDINO AND IN
JLXJV} Store, for salo by O. (i. DUCKER.
October H a* No. two Klng-etroet.
P?WDEB. SHOT, Etc.
Pi) WRER, SHOT AND PERCUSSION CAPS.
For salo by WM. OUBNEY.
October 11 3 No. 102 E:i?tt B.iy.
ROPE, NAILS, GLASS?'
1 A A COILS HEMP KALE ROPK
JL\/I_?' '?00 kogt Nail?, assorted ttXCS
loo boxes Wimluw Qbuu,
Landing from Sehr. ?I. M. Houston, ami for sale by
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
October 10 9 No. 30 Ouiubi-rland-tstrcct.
JUST ARRIVED AND FOR SALE LOW?
1000 bushels primo Maryland WHITE CORN
000 biiMhcls i>riuu; heavy Oati
M coils ?i inch Hope.
JOHN O. THURSTON,
October i)_3_ No. 14 Vanderhorst Wharf.
COFFEE, FLOUR, ETC.
PAA Bags RIO COFFEE
0\J\J 114 bales Gunny Clotfa
200 colla Ropo
200 b?rrela Flour.
For sale by ? OLACIUS k WITTK,
No. 70 Eaut Bay,
October T 6 Cornor of North AUantiu Wliarf.
WINES, BEANDY, ETC.
?%gr Caeos CHAMPAGNB
?i*y 50 casos Rhenish Wine
100 coses Olarot Wine
100 barrel?! Whisky
Braudioe, Wlnee, *e., in caeVs.
For sale by CLACIU8 k WTTTE,
No. 70 East Bay,
October 7 6 Corner of North Atlantic Wharf.
1 OO CAflBS SPARKLING HOCK AND RHINE
100 oases CHAMPAGNE CIDER
000 caeos Ale
100 bbU. Whisky, various brands and prices
10 bbls. Alcohol, 97 per oent.
CO bub). Ale
GO caaes Whisky
60 oases Brandy
26 eases Stoughton Bitters
60 baskets Heidsieelc k Co's. Champagne, a pure
and gonulno article
Brandy, Gin, St. Croix Rum
Sherry Wine, ko., 4e.,
AU of tho purest quality and cheap for cash, at
3KO. W. CLARK k CO'a.,
August 21 No. 145 MeetJng-atreot.
FRESH GOODS?FULL STOCK.
PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL
150 bags Rio and Java Coffoo
200 boxea Candios
200 whole boioe Raisins, Layers
200 half boxes Raisins, Layer?
60 boxes Cooking Soda
O'O boxea Magic Coffee
00 chests beat Teas, cheap
200 bbls. Sugars, various kinds
50 tierces Molasses
26 bbls. Cider Vinegar
50 bbls. Corned Beof
25 bbls. Corned Pork
250 boxes Starch
200 boxes Soap
600 boxes Herrings
200 boxes Pickles and Ocrklna
. 200 cases Sa?cos and Kctiupn
200 bbls. E*tra Flour
60 packages Goshon Butter
Spices of aU kinds. Macearon!, Citron, Preserved
Ginger, Cooking Extracta, Ac., ?to?.
GEO. W. CLARK A CO.,
Angust 21 No. 145 Meeting street.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, ETC.
THE CHEAPEST, LARGEST, ASP BEST ASSORT
MENT of FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. Oils,
Leads, and Puiuts, alio a flue assortment of Wooden
Ware, Cotton, Spirits Turpentine and Rosin, received In
exchange for goods.
AUSTIN k ALBEE,
OetoberlO lino No. 42 Market-street.
A STEAM BOILER, FORTY FEET LONG, THIRTY
inches diameter, with Steam Drum, IG feet long,
JO iuches diameter.
Tho MACHINERY of a poworful Cotton Press, which
can bo put in operation with little expense. Apply to
Calhoun Cotton Press, Church-street.
October 10 3*
SPECTACLES ! SPECTACLES !
QLASSES TO QUIT ALL AGES, FITTED IN GOLD,
Silver and Steel frames, by
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
September 21 No. 307 King-street.
CEMENT AND TIN.
QAA BBLS. OEMEHT. "ROSENDALE"
J\J\J 60 boxes I Caud I X Roollng and Bright Tin.
For sale low, by T. TUPPER k SONS,
September 16 lino Brown's South Wharf.
3AWED CEDAR SHINGLES.
For sale by TROUT k AM8BURY,
N. W. Corner Market.and East Bay-streeW.
T. B. TROUT will bo happy to see hia old friends and
iustomers as above. September 26
C. D. AHRENS & CO.,
FORMERLY PROPRIETORS OF THE SOUTH CARO
LINA STEAM COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS,
HAVE RESUMED BUSINESS AT THE SOUTH
WEST CORNER OF KING AND MARKET-STS..
formerly Mr. Groor's Book Store. Dealers in FAMILY
GROCERIES, LIQUOR8, WINES, Ac. Also, continues
to put up GROUND COFFEE and SPICES in every vari
ety of packages. A liberal reduction mado to the trade.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to.
O. D. AHRENS.GEO. KRIETE.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS that thoy have removed from No. 272
King-street, cornor Basel, to thoir Now Store, No. 131
MEETING-STREET, fourth door from Market-street,
where they will bo pleased to see thorn.
October 4,_ lmo
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE OFFICE
J^j of tho nndersignod is removed from No. 20 Broad
street to tho Pavilion Hotel, corner of Meeting and Ha
sel-streets, at which placo APPLICATIONS FOR LEASE
AND RESTORATION OF ABANDONED PROPERTY
in the City of Charleston may be made.
JAMES P. LOW.
September 20_Oapt. and A. Q. M.
~J0HN S. RIGGS & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING
OF BALTIMORE, MD. <
MERCHANTS' AND MECHANICS'FIRE INSU
MARYLAND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COM
NATIONAL FHIE INSURANCE COMPANY.
WE ARE PREPARED TO TAKE RISKS FOR THE
abovo Companies at liberal rates, and to give^ overy In?
formation as to tho responsibility and character of tho
game. _W_Oetobor 6
ADVANCES MADE ON
WAVCHE8. DIAMONDS, JBWBLRY, DRY
GOODS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF
WILLIAM H. DEVLIN,
No. 6 BEAUFAIN-STBEET.
Sir CJ 1? e a. p Watchei for Stale, t?
Beptetr bar ?0 _lmo?
JOHN M. GREER,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
S. W. (Corner King and Beaufaln-Sto.
(MR. SIEGLIIVCI'S STORK),
WOULD BB8PBOTFULLY ANNOUN0B TO HH3
old friends and tho public that he baa roanmod
bnalneaa, and la bow reoalving stock of goods entirely
sew, purchased nadar very advantageous clrcumatan
om. $* October?
'.- . . . ' ..: <?]
NOW LANDING AND FOR SALE
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
' NEXT DOOR TO THE POSTOFFICE.
JAA CASES OLD BOURBON WIJI.VKV
\J\ I 10 bbls. Hue Bourbon Whisky
9 bbls. Choice Old Kye WiilsUy
.5 ca-?kH Gin, Union Flag Brand
.**> cagka American Brandy
i0 bbls. Ciller Vinegar, ju'-it from the manufacturer
IS bbls. Pure White Wine Vinegar.
FKOM HOND, AM? AVAKHASTED PCIIK,
5 eight? casks I'inet Ciwtillion Brandy, Vintage 1-302
10 octavo casks ?Sherry, Crown lir-utd, 1.160
5 oetavo casks Old Port, Osborn Brand, 1S5'J.
10 baskets Crown Champagne.
At Private Sale only for cash. October 10
Tti?STTN, ANDRUS &T C?7
LANDING. PER STEAM EH AND SCHOONER, AND
in Store, comprising, iu part:
Half-barrels new No. 1 Mackerel
Kits new No. 1 Mackerel
Half-kits new No, I Mackerel
Ha_-barrols new Salmon
Boxes Chemical Soap
Boxes Family Soap
Boxes To Hot Soap
Brooms, Pails, Twine, Swoot Oil
Bay Water, Spices of all kinds
Togother with an assortment of Ales, Wines, Llquora.
TOBACCO A\D SEGARS,
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.
Wo also bava a quantity of STATIONERY, EXTRACTS,
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, that we offer, to cloar out,
at Now York cost._October 4
FAIRBANKS & CO.'S
COAL AKD HAY. RAILROAD DEPOT, PLATFORM
AND_COUNTER SCALES, aU sizes.
J. k F. DAWSON,
No. 00 East Bay,
Ootobor 2 Agent?.
TWO CARGOES OF VERY SUPERIOR LUMBER,
ex '-Nonparlel" and "Martha L. Davis," from Saint
John's, N. B., now ?llscharglng at Exchani<c Wharf, con
sisting of JOISTS, SCANTLING. WHITE PINE BOARDS
and PLANK, LATHS, SHINGLES and CLAPBOARDS,
For sale In lots to suit purchasers, by
October 9 4_W. C. TTLTON.
AND OTHER LUMBER.
INCH BOARD8 TO EIGHT INCH PLANK, SCANT
LING, ice. Some of the Walnut sultablo for Coun
PICKETS, for Fencing, ;1 in. wide aud 4 feet long. Can
be sold cheaper than the lumber it required to make.
LATHS, CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER, &c.,
HTEINMEYER _ SON, Kcrr's Wharf.
iMARGO DE iiril 11 BITTERS
FOR SALE BY
CAHILL & CO.,
CORNER EAST BAY aud LODGE ALLEY.
NEWMAN & FOWLER,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TN
Rough <fc .Dressed
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
OFFIOE NO. 359 KING-STREET,
Alex. F. Newman.Edward Fowler.
WHOLESALE DRUG DOUSE,
Formerly of No. 29 Hajme-Street.
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION DIVERS
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE
No. 163 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITB CHARLESTON HOTEL.
?X O'NEILL & SONS,
HAm3FA<3rT?B_nS AND DBA-EM IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 375 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAH?E 8TOOK OF
PINE PUR AND WOOL HATS,
FOR MEN AND ROYS.
September 21 ' amo*
AOfKBTISEM-NTB RECEIVED ONjraB UOgl
rewwiwble term? for the LBADIKa N_W&FA_tR8
V. O. Bex *UL ' * ? VHo. 108 MttM-Htr?*.
..; . .. .* tUJ > ...... v '
IIV K. 3t. HARSUALL.
At Privaba Sale?
Apply as above, ut my office, N.?. a:, ?KOAP ->T.
October il i
Large and SmaD Farms. Houses and />)(>>.
H Y BOWERS it S1LCOX.
At Private Hal??
Six HOUSES ?Nl> LOTS in the Upper War.!?
Several Vacant Lots
^i? Farm??, ranging from wn-u to eight I.vmtlrod
and twenty-eight aerea, iiwir the'city, nn-1 tf H lo
For particular?, apply at our office, No. MO KINO
9TBEBT, pear Marfcat. amwf'J OctnberB
Formt <(' Aikeit,
IIY WILLIAM M, PRLOT,
"So. 34 Bcnufulii-.it., 1st IIuiiMC- WNt from
At Pr?vete Sal?-, that desirable FARM about half rwuilo
from tho depot, formerly knowu as Oiiyton's, nearly op
p?sito (?ovi-ruor BfttgrttlTa farm. The tract contnins
one hundred and twenty-live acre? mure or less. About
seventy term are cleared and under fence; the balance
i.1 well wooded, also a large orchard of peach and upplo
trv.-s, a youd vineyard of imported grape viu?.*, and a
never failing uprlug of good pure wat or. The Dwelling
Hotue is neurly new, au<! hau niue square room.*, good
outbuildings, kitchen, carriage Iiouhl-, nuble, barn, and
servants' houses. Immediate poi?esniou will be f'iven.
Terms?four thousand dollars; one-third cash, balance
payable in otie und two rears. To any lover of good
fruit, pure water, Aiken air, aud large shady <>o1;b, this
beautiful and very lucrative Farm oilers an opportunity
A FABM seveu miles from Aiken, near Shaw's Crcelr,
containing 197 acres, more or lees. This Earm ?b very
productivo in corn, wheat, rye, oolton, Ac. Tho peach
crop of thie year was very abundant. Near the House
are two spring? of good water, and u good range for cat
tle and hogs. About 60 acres arc cleared and under
fence, tho balance heavily timbered. Tho buildings aro
comfortable. luiiuediato possession wiU bo given, and
will be sold for tho very low price of ouo thousoud dol
lars?half cash; balance payable in one year.
" for further particulars, apply to
WILLIAM M. PELOT, Charleston.
Or to FREDERICK A. FORD,
September 20 Attorney at Law, Aiken, 8. C.
GOOD NEWS AND NEW GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
FOBRESTON A McLEAN,
JOBBEBH AMD DEALEUS IK
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
TOYS. TRIMMINGS, BEADS AND FANCY
Having just opened a very largo and well delected ntock
of tho above Goods, wo wiU sell them at tho lowest cash
prices, small rnorrrs and quick bales being our motto.
Country dealers would do well to give, us a call, nod ex
amino tor themselves before purchasing elsewhere, a3Vc
always take pleasure in showing our Goods.
T. P. FORRESTON.W. McLEAN,
No. 821 King-street, near the Upper Qunrd House.
October 10 t 6*
Charleston Oil Works.
THE PROPRIETOR BEO? TO INFORM PRK8I
dents and Superintendents of Bailxoads, and Ma
chinists generally, that he Is now prepared to supply
them with superior OIL for lubricating purpose b.
The difficulty, hitherto, in neutralizing tho impuritioa
in this especial OU has been successfully removed, by
a process which tho Proprietor claims as his own?the
quaUty of which he can guarantee, and soUcits the at
tention of purchasers to the following grades :
No. 1 Lr/niucATrNo Oil.
No. 2 LcnntOATiNo Oil.
TaSsebs' Oiir?a Ana article.
Apply to J. LAWRENCE LEWI8.
Charleston Oil Works,
October 9 3 Kiug-streot Road.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM THEIR
friends ami patrons in Charleston and tho up-coun
try, that they will foUow the 3. C. Railroad as it ad
vaucfs from Oraugeburg to Columbia, having an office
at the terminus, where they wiU continue their business
as heretofore. GEO. U. WALTER k SON,
October 5 9 Orangeburg. S. C.
RECEIVED BY STEAMER ;
0/\ rkn A ONE. TWO, FOUR AND SIX POUND
?U?UUU PAPER BAGS. For ?ale "cheap."
G. DAVIS & CO.,
October 0 _0_No. 213 King-street.
G. DA VIS & CO.,
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
IV THE BEND.
WE OFFER TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON
and the Country the following ARTICLES at low
prices, Wholesale and'Retail:
Caaka OLD 8ARZARAC (1848) BRANDY
Casks PINET, CASTELION & CO.'S BRANDY
Casks DUliANY A; CO.'S BRANDY
Casks ROCHELLE BRANDY
Pipes EXTRA STAR GIN
Pipes OLD JAMAICA RUM
Pipes OLD ST. CROIX RUM
10 bbla. CABINET BOURBON WHISKEY
10 bbls. B.& CO.'S OLD BOURBON WHISKEY
10 bbls. OLD RYE WHISKEY
10 bbla. NECTAR ? PIKES ? WHISKEY]
100 caaes OLD BOURBON WHISKEY
[100 cases HENNESSEY BRANDY
CO cases LONDON CORDIAL OLD TOM" GIN
10,000 IMPORTED HAVANA SEGARS
10,000 DOMESTIC SEGARS
Casks SUPERIOR SHERRY (CROWN BRAND)
Casks SUPERIOR RUDOLPH WINE
OaBks SUPERIOR CRESCENT MADEIRA WLNE
Casks SUPERIOR OPORTO & OSBORN'S WINE
Baskets HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE WINE
Baskets CABINET CHAMPAGNE WINE
Baskets CHAMPION WINE
25 cases ST. JULIEN CLARET
25 caaos ESTEPHE CLARET
25 casoa HAUT MARG?UX CLARET
CascB ANNASETTE, ABSINTHE, O?RAOOA
20 casks MoEVANS' ALE
20 casks BYASS' PORTER
10 bbla. POWDERED SUGAR
10 bbla. OUT LOAF SUGAR
10 bbla. OOEFEE SUGAR
Boxob SPERM, WAX, AND ADAMANTINE CAN
100 Oftna FRUITS, PRESERVES, AND MEATS
PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, eco.
SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTERS
20 kega PICKLED PIGS' FEET
20 half bbh?. ASSORTED PICKLES
Quarts, half-gallon, and gallon Jara A8SOBT/EI
All Orders by Mail or Hxpress promptly attend
cd to. _
W. W. FAYETTE.
Crocki / '.'. ?fi.rhrtirr; ,(,-., ,.,',..
." .or? ii ?-< ?< corner or Kins ami Snrlii_. ! .
Will be Mid, TUIRDAY, Jlth lu-t., a! ha-?nst
_ . . 10 o'clock A. M.,
Crnli-h of oeiiorl.nl CROCKER!', ?lo-wn* of superior
English Axes, Spndcj, ??hovels, una sundry lot? of i*?r
Z?**</ (foods und I lUtn-.e tifa Sutler*? .Store.
Il Y RIcKAY ?V; CAMPIfELL.
? Will he- sol.l THIS /Mr, lim laut., at I? o'clock, at
our Salesroom-'. N,,<. .-,.? ?,?(l ?-, Uasrl-strool.
CASSIMElt-S. Siitii...:... Twt-ctU, Ki.^lisli Broadcloth,
l-niicy and Scarlet FunaOM, I4I1CU Dntuask, l).iiii:o,li 'l'a
Mi-ilotbK, (.iroy I-laiinol ami Wool ,s|,?rts anil Drawer?,
Boots and Snoco, Hats, Li?oiis, llu.-k Towels, uver ami
Biuanma Coats, ll.it Tamois, Mucilage, Mom?, iiwks.
Corkscrews, Blankets, Comforters, &?.-.
2? box.-s assorted CANDY.
ComlitloiiH i-aMli. Octobor II
Black Flax Tincad, WoolSocka, Scarfs, ,*<,-.
-,,,t. ?. ,- .Uv WB-BVR & SON.
Z7//.S B4J, t?e litb init., at ?ur Salea Rooms, cor
ner 04 SUt?; and Cliabu..rs.strects. at lialf-p?st 10
O'clock, will lit; Hold, *
-I'oimdri BLACK FLAX TIIKEAD
Cosen lilack Spool Thread; Variety of IJuttoo-?
Cases Fancy ami Wool Hearts; Cutlery
Oms? AB-Wool Hoso: 8osp, Minora, &,? &?
Fancy Goods; .I<.-.v?lry. Uoodltioua cash.
A Lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Feather Roils
Pillows, Uolatcrri, _c. '
U.__oited articles received until day of sal?.
St,tall House and Lot.
BY WILBUR vv SUN.
THIS DAI", the 11th inst., at our Bale? Rooms, cor
ner Church and ChaUnors-etxeets, at 11 o'clock, will
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with a flmaU ona
fitory and a half House tberoon, situate oa
("a<lHil.-ii'n Greeu, and fronting on Alway-ai-oct.
j.LotC6 feet In front, by 115 feet iu dopth, moro
Conditions cagh. Purcliasor to pay ua for papors.
October 11. ?luw i
Desirable Building Lot.
BY WILBUR & SON.
THIS DAT, the llth inst., at our Sale? Rooma, corner
State and Chalmore.atreeta, at II o'clock, will bo sold,
?ALL THAT DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT
OF LAND, situato at tho corner of Mill and Lu
coB-atreets, next to Mill Basin. Lot high aud
dry, and measures on Mlll-strcot 50 foot front,
tot in dopth.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay us for papors.
FOR LIVERPOOL.?THE MR?
TISHBark "ECHO." Captain John Vibort, has
>a portion of bei* cargo ready, aud will havo all
For Freight, apply to GIBBES k CO.,
October 11 Adger's South Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK?THE SC'HR.
- MAZVCK, 750 barrels capacity, will bavo Im
> mediate dispatch for New York. For Freight,
?apply to WILLIS k CH1S0LM,
October "J . Mills House.
FOR NEW YORK.?ORLEANS
VLIKE.?Tho Al fast sailing Schoonor P. A.
?SAUNDERS, Townsend, Master, will com
G^^S-mcnco receiving freight for the above port, oa
ifonday, October?. For Freight engagements, apply to
STYLES ? CARTER.
No. 19 Vandcrhorst Wharf.
This vessel will leave positively on at before tho 14th
inst. October 7
FOR NEW YORK.-MERCHANTS'
REGULAR LINE.?The very fast now Scbr.
?JULIA A. RYDER, Ryder master, being of
mall capacity, and having a part of hor cargo
engaged, will bo dispatched forthwith.
For balance of Freight or Passage, apply at tho Agenta'
office. WILLIAM ROACH,
North corner East Bay and Bojree _ South Wharf.
FOR PHILADELPHIA?ON SAT
URDAY*.?The line Schooner WILLIAM L.
?SPRINGS, Steclmau, Master, will positively
sail as above. For balance of Freight or Pas
sage, apply to H. F. BAKER k CO,
October 11 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
FOR BALTIMORE.?THE SCHR.
SERENE, 900 bbls. capacity, will havo inime
idiato dispatch for Baltimore. For Freight, op
-*ply to WILLIS - CH1S0LM,
October '.1 Mills House.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS
<4.??TL,.,- c.Hv (?idtiwbcell. W. U. West, Commander.
Granada (propeller).R. B\_teh, Commander
Alhambra (propeller)_R. fi. Benson, Commander.
Andalusia?, (propeller)_-, Commander.
THE U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF, on WEDNES
DAY, October IL at Eleven o'clock A. 7>L, precisely.
For Freight or Pasaago, having HANDSOMK AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to RAVENEL _ CO.,
South corner of East Bay and Vanderhorafs Wharf.
PEOPLES' STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LINE COMPOSED OF
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS
M0NEKA, Capt. ftlarsliman,
EMILY B. SOUDER, Capt. Winchester.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMER
M O N E KA,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, I'll URS
DAY, October 12th, at Two o'olock, P. M.
J83- There \f ill bo a Mall Bag kept at tho office of too
Agenta, closing always an hour before t_oea_lng of oao?
These vessels alternating weekly, offoriig overy Thors
?lay to the traveUng public a nrstVclass pasaonger boat
with superior accominodatiorls.
For Passage or Freight apply to
WILLIS k OHISOLM, Agents, Mills House.
October 0_ ?
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
' "'' *<cf ?5S
Qeneral Snperi-tendeitt's Office,)
Cn_n__rroN, 8. O.. Octobor 10. 18C5. I
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, 12TH IK8TAN?.
PasBongor und Freight Trains wlU bo run .over
this Rood to Hopkins' Turn-Out, within twelve miles of
Columbia, as follows: , ._ ,. .??__?,
Leave Charleston 7.00 a. M-; arrive at Hopkins 4.16 p. if.
Leave Hopkins' 7.00 a. m. ; arrive at C^Lr?^a^_r_tK__f "
October 10 3 General Superintendent.
ALLAN & SIDD0NS,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelrv
PLATE? WAR?, FANCY GOODS,
No. 3 07 Kin g-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAMES ALLAN.L. L. S1DDONS
October 6_ * lta0
PRACTICAL ?AS FITTER A PLUMBER,
No. 67 Basel-street,
ONE DOOR FROM KINQ-8TBERT*
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