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VOL. I....NO. 58.
CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 18G5.
-PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Tino National Currency,
And it? prcsonl position is thus discussed in tho
money article of tho Herald :
"It is well understood that thcro is a strong
party ?in favor of an extension of tbo national
banking system, and a consequent incroaso of tho
amount of curroncy already provided for by act
of Congress?namelyt tbreo hundred millions.
Tbo wbolo of this sum, and eight millions in ex
cess of it, was apportioned nnd subscribed for
sonio time ago, tho Northern States being allowed
to absorb almost tho ontiro amount, owing to a
belief on tho part of tho Treasury officers that tho
Bunt horn Statos would not bo in a condition to
call for their quota for a long timo to como, and
that tho banks of tho Northern States would not
apply for tho maximum of tho currency to which
their capital entitled thorn. Tho consequence is,
that tho States of Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa
have not received moro than one-third of their
quota, and that the South has received almost
"nono. Tho banks of tho Northern States, which
were authorized on large capitals under tho mis
apprehension that thoy would not demand all
the currency which their capital entitled thorn
to, aro calling for the full amount, and heneo tho
Treasury Department flndB itself in a quanda
ry. Applications from tho Southern States aro
coming in rapidly, and tho Secretary of the Treas
ury, to satisty those most clamorous and meet the
exigencies of the situation, is occasionally forced
to authorize ono thoro in excess of tho authority
conferred by the act, trusting in Congress for ad
ditional legislation to help him out of the dilemma.
Tho Southern States, which nnd themselves en
tirely cnt off, havo good roauon to complain of tho
unequal distribution of tho national bank cur
roncy when they seo that Massachusetts alono
has sixty-fonr millions of it?an amount nearly
treble that to which sho was accustomed before
tho act ?'.imo into operation. From theBO facts it
would seem that tho Troasury has unintentionally
committed itself to an inflation beyond the ?utcn
iioh of Congress, and that tho force of cirouni
?taheos may compel tho latter to authorize a fresh
issue of national bank notes; for tho South cannot
bo ignored or deprived of tho benefit of the act
which ?b enjoyed by the Northern and Western
States. Wo havo always regarded tho' national
banking system as ono of tho surest engines of in
flation that could ho devised, and its ultiniato ef
fects will prove this to ho the caso. Meanwhilo
the Troasury Department will do well to bo candid
and public in its exhibits of all tho authorizations
nnd issues made nndcr the national banking law:
for secrecy will only tend to crcato distrust ana
Washington. October 13.?Tho assertion is made
positively in intelligent quarters that thoro is now
before tho Govornmenb something in tho nature
of a proposal from tho British authorities to pay
damages arising from the depredations of Con
federate privateers fitted out at British ports, and
also to arrive at somo agreement which shall pre
vent a recurranco of liko transactions hereafter,
ae between tho two nations, whether tho hostile
conditions exists in Great Britain or the United
Tho Wirz trial is near its close. 1} is stated by
tho reportera, Messrs, Ilinks, Hayes, <fc Browne,
that tho amount of testimony is oqual to that
given in tho great conspiracy trial.
Wit is stated heroin inaido Republican circles that
John Sherman will bo returned a .Senator from
Ohio, instead of General Sohenck, for tho timo ex
piring with 1866. Tho former is rogarded aB fa
voring reforms in tho ourroncy. a just modifica
tion of tho rovonue, and exciso laws in tho interest
of taxes payera, and of reforms and retrenchment
Chief Justice Chaso reached home to-day. It is
considered that ho is in difficulties since tho robufT
of the Northern people to his doctrino of negro
suffrage, and especially that of tho President to
hhn in person for political proselyting to that end
in the South.?Dispatch to the BaUiinore Sun.
Fortress Monroe, October 11.?Preparations
aro being modo to remove Mr. CUay and Mr.
Mitch el from tbo casements they aro occupying,
and have occupied since their Imprisonment hero,
to Carroll Hall. Each will have a room by him
self and on the aamo floor with that occupied by
Jeff. Davis. It is prohahlo tho proposed change
will ho mode within a few days. There will bo no.
diminution in tho number of guards placed over
tho prisoners. At present half of tho guard?the
entire detail is 72, besides officers?keep watch
over JelT. Davis. Regard for tho health and com
fort of the State prisoners has alono instigated
this chango in their quarters. And this kindly
regard in matters of food, in tho allowance of
daily out-door exercise, in tho medical attendance
th?y receive, in tho reading privileges accorded
them, havo served to keep them all in excellent
health, and in fine as well aB grateful spirits. The
contrast between the treatment these prisoners
receive and that of our prisoners in rebel hands
will not only furnish a thumo for tho futuro histo
rian, but servo to point a most effectivo and stir
ring moral.?Cor. N. Y. Herahl.
The Loniavillo Journal, urging tho importance
of producing a largo cotton crop next season, ad
vises that the negroes should bo made to work, if
thoy will not work voluntarily, or, aa a last resort,
white labor should ho obtained on the beat terms
poauiblo. Tho Journal says :
1 'The present crop in tho 8onth will amount to
little, hut next year a great effort ought to be
made to raise a large crop. Prices for a year or
two to come, at least, aro likely to rulo high, pro
bably not much less than forty centB. Now, if
four million bales could ho raised during 1866 it
would amount, at that price, to tho onormouB
sum of 1640,000,000, or about one-fourth of* our
"This nimplo statement is sufficient to Bhow of
what importanoe a great crop ?of cotton next year
will be both to the individual wealth of tho country
and to tho Government in the payment of tho na
tional debt. Such a crop would send now lifo and
activity through ovory channel of business from
tho Atlantic to tho Pacific Ocean.
"Therevenue of tho Government would be of
courso correspondingly increased and tho burdens
lifted from the shoulders of the people. Every
manufacturing village in tho extreme North ?h in
terested in tho cotton crop of next vcar as well as
every farm in tho Northwest."
Odr Future Army.?Tho new order for military
reduction just issued by the Liont.-Goncral, is of
a ewoeping character, and quite justifies the opin
ions of thoso who had thought that Grant's de
signs for a permanent army woro of tho most mo
derate character. Two hnCB sweep out of the
service all volunteer cavalry cast of the Mississippi
River. A short sentence provides for tho garri
soning by colored troops of all scacoaBt forts south
of Fortress Monroe, with two exceptions, and
orders tho niuatoring out of all other colored
troops as fast as thoy can bo dispensed with.
Other sections of tho General Ordor make nrou
vision for tho garrisoning of tho Northern forts
by small detachments of regular Infantry or artil
lery. Nothing is said about tho regiments of the
Vetoran Reservo Corps, from which it may ho in
forrod thai the Lieutenant-General is waiting
until it shall bo aeon what action tho forthcoming
Congress will tako in roforonco to tho retention of
that body.?New York Times, lith.
Telegraphic news from San Francisco up to tho
' -lltlr instant mention that Jiovnnt.Hoo.1, Oregon,
has been fag a state of eruption since September
23, which it is'supposed had abMo1 connection with
tho recent earthquake in California, although tho
central port of this Stato only felt tho ahockj
. . The Sacramento Union saya tho Central Pacific
Railroad- Company lw>a laid' Us plaiis for next
I ?. . year's survey. Thoy havo developed ? better line
ovof'tho* mourttahis "than was anticipated. Tho
a directors, after a full consideration of this work be
fore tl?. m, concluded thoy can and will lay a track
to Trucker River, on tho caatorn alono at Sierra
Nevada, 118 miles from Sacramonto, boforo noxt
year. They havo given the necessary orders to
effect tho object:
NO. 159 MEETING-STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
(LOTUS AND CASSUIERES
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAINES AND PRINTS
PLAIN AND PLAID LINSEYS
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
BROWN Si BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Sontags and Nubias.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TRADE.
DEALER IN CLOTHING,
NO, 161 MEETING-STREET,
HAS OPENED A
Full Assortment of
FALL AND WINTER
Of All Qualities.
From long experience in tho business in Hub
City, and this house being a branch of one of tho
LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSES
in Now York, aud tho Stock being got up express
to supply tho wants of
I feel confident'thoro is nothing wanting to
Please the Purchaser.
I will sell theso Goods at
New York Prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND
October fl /
NO, 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OP
A FULL ASSORTMEltfT OF
FALL AND WINTER
WHICH HE OFFERS
AT MODERATE PRICES.
jfjfy TIIE TAILORING DEPARTMENT supplied with
CLOTHS AND CA88IMEUE8, which will bo tuado up la
tho best manner. 0 October'10
THE BUBSCninuiW, RE8PECTFULLY. INFORM the
citizens of Charleston, and tho public; generally,
that thoy can bo found at tho OLD STAND, No. 213
KINO-STREET, under the Victoria Hotel, whcro thoy
offer for Bal? one of tbo largest- nnnortraonts of READY
MADE CLOTHING? in tho city, suitablo for Mon'a, Boys'
and Ohildran'B Wear.
A good Stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. All
of which they will sell at prices to suit the time?. Please
call and examine our Stock.
GEOROE LTTTLE k CO., - . ,
? No. 210 Klng-street, .
October 7 lmo Under tho Victoria Hotel.
WATCHES. DIAMONDS, JBWEJLRY, DRY
OOODSAND PERSONAL PROPERTY OP
WILLIAM H. DEVLIN,
No. 0 BEADFAIN-8TREET.
?3-Ciicap Watches for Sale."SU
September 80 lmo*
<m cr?/n."k gold vanted this day, D_
$_wO?OvJ*U ' L- GAMHRILL,
Banter, No. 7 Broad-nlrcet.
BANK NOTES WANTED.
<ttl-|r.rk AArt 80UTICAROLINA A?
^lUU.UUU OIA1ANK NOTES a
Tho highest market price wil bo paid lor the same.
L GAMBRILL, Banker,
October 10 2 No. 7 Broad-Btreet.
0Hnf\f\f\ AT SIGHT, IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT
flD-O-UUU purchasers' It. M. UUTLER.
October 19 1 End Bay, corner j-<gr _)____
NEWY?RK ?NF LIVERPOOL
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND _rv_RPOOL FOR
nulo in sums to suit purchasers.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO,,
October 17 wfl2 Merchants and Bankers.
Sight Exchange on New York,
IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. APPLY AT
GIBBES k CO.'S,
October 17 Adgcr's South Wharf.
SMALL PROFITS AND Q.UICIC SALES.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE.
No. 107 Marjtet-strcet, near Kiny-slred. No. 107.
IS .?VOW IN THE WAY OP OFFERING TO T// E
ladles and gentlemen of town and country a large
assortment of Dry Goods, such as
Cheap DcLalm Flannels Irish Linen
Jiparas Merinos Blankets
Cashmeres Table-cloths Calico? s
.Double and Sirglc Shawls, and of iYotions the largest
variety In town. The tamo of Fancy Goods and //osiery.
Ladies', Geui?t-iC-'s & Childrens' Felt Hat?,
In as good an asiortment as generally found.
BOOTS AMI SHOES
For Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children.
Baskets for market and fancy use ; and, in fact, a little
of everything Is to be found In my store.
Ladies 1 by being in i?rkct-street, .Vo. 107, I have not
the high rent to pay as Is paid in King-Btrect, und for
that aud other reasons, I am able to sell far cheaper than
you might expect As I have, also, my store neatly fit
ted up with oil comfort not usually found, I would bo
happy for you to give me a call and to convince yourself
of tho truth of aU said aSovc. F. 8. //AHN,
No. 107 Market-street, bet King and J/ectiiig-strcets.
NOTICE OP REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INFORM
their friends and the public, that they have re
moved to tho well-known Planing Mill premises and
Lumber Yard of Mr. Henry CiAnK, FOOT OF EEAU
FAIN-STREET. They ?ro receiving a good supply, and
will be pleased to serve
LUMBER, of all dcecriptions
CEMENT, LIME, LATHS, Ac,
DOORS, HASHES, BLINDS, Ac.
On band, a lot of the best PATENT ROOFING, for
salo at manufacturer's prices.
tsr AGENTS FOR PAGE'S PORTABLE SAW
STEINMEYER &. SON.
H/iRML, NICHOLS k CO.,
MANUFACTURERS, IMTOnTERS AN1> DKALEIIS IS
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Coach and
Harness Trimmings, ?fcc, &c. ?
Hasel-strcct, South side, Second door East of King,
?IIAKI.IOSTO.V, S. C
THE 8UBSCRIBER8 HAVE RESUMED THEIR
business at the above named stand, and hope soon to
be fully prepared to furnish their former customers and
friends with all such goods as are usually kept in their
Uni* of business, lino* October 18
THE UNDERSIGNED. MANT^ACTTJRER OF CAST
and SWEDES STEEL ELLIPTIC RAILWAY
SPRINGS, nydraullo Jacks, Steam and Hydraulic
Gauges, Water Gauges and Low Water Signals, Limborn
k Justice's Patent Bridgo Joint Choir Fastening, Shaw's
Patent Cork Railway Springs; and sole importer ol
Butcher's Solid Cast Steel Tyre, Cast Steel Rails and
Frogs, Cyclop's Cast and Spring Stc<d Files, Ac, and
Davy Bro. Rtram Hammers?offers for sale to Railway
Companies any articles of his make or those under hie
control, on the most liberal terms.
PHILIP S. JUSTICE,
No. 1-1 North oth-street, Philadelpbis,
No. 42 CUff-strcet, New York,
Or through his Agents,
CAMERON _ BARKLEY, Meeting-street,
September 7_thstu?mo Charleston. 8. C.
Brass Moulding Shop at Florence, 8. ('.
PERSONS WI8HTNG WORK IN OUR LINE OF
Business, can have their orders filled with neat
ness and dispatch. AU manner of OAR, STEAMBOAT
and MILL BRASSES done at tho shortest notice.
JOHN F. CORDES.
RICHARD W. NOWELL.
Terms for all Casting must be paid in Cash, or Pro
duce, on delivery . liuo* - October 18
100 PAGES-BEAVTIFVLLY ILL-l'i
170 PAGES-ON A PROGRESSIV
ILL?CO MM O
31? PAGES -TIIOROl*<JliILY PIIAC?
350 PAGES?A. ( OMPhETE TRBA'
m?ESE BOOKS SET "FORTH THE MOST THOROUC
X SCHOOLS, which has ever appeared In this countr
Though very recently published, they have been air
Burlington, Indiana, and many other important place?
slvo use in tho State of California, by tho State Board pf
"Your Committee thinks Eaton's tho beat scrlCB of .
? I behove Eaton's ?High School' fur ?An-passes any \?
... , . [All
- "Eaton's series of Arittrnclies, so far as examined,
"Eaton's Arithmetics Uro ovcrywhero received with
"Eaton's 'Intellectual Arithmetic' is, unqnestlouabl;
no mipcrlorand no e?inaI."H-Hoii.*?John*D.*l?u.unicK,
"I consider Eaton's far superior to any series of Ar)
-,-... : . . .- (E. T. Qoi
' Altogether, these Arithmetics are the most satisfac
OS- Copies mailed for exfit-tnntloii Wit-, ret>
.. SEND FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE.
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS A STOCK OF
October 12 thstuS BOOKSEI
W. H. CHAFEE,
Wholesale (iroeer fit CoinmisHioii Merchant,
No. 305 East Bay,
OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
October 19 lino
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED. BY
Uio Munufucturcre, Sole and Exclusive Aoent for
Charleston City for the celebrated JACOBS' ALUMINUM
PENS, which aro warranted anti-corrosive, and not to
chango the color of red ink.
Samxilcs gratis, on application to
JAMES R. BIGELOW,
Bookseller and Stationer, No. 340 Eiog-stroet.
October 17 2
~TO THE MILLINERS."
JU8T RECEIVED PER STEAMER, A LARGE AS
SORTMENT of LADIES' AND MISSES'
HATS, trimmed and uiilritnmcd, to which wc invite
your special attention.
WILLIAMS Si COVERT,
No. 122 MEETING-STREET,
October 18_:i* Corner of Pinekniy-titrcet
NORTH, STEELE & WARDELL,~
WHOLEBALE UEALE11S IN
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, be.
No. 107 Mcetiug-street, Charleston, S. C.
J. B. Htkki.i:. I j C. C. Nonrn,
A. W. Wajidell, Jr. \ < New York.
October 18 3mos
WILLIS &. CHISOLM,
AGENTS PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMP'T,
DAVE REMOVED THEIIl OFFICE TO
North Atlantic Wharf.
October 18 3
Down Town Book-Store.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, BETTER PRESSES,
DAY BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER, CAP,
JOURNALS, LEDGERS, BILL, LEGAL. RECORI
CASH BOOKS, AND ENVELOPE PA
RECORD BOOKS, PER.
RECEIPT BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER AND OF
COPYING BOOKS, FICIAL ENVELOPES.
"With a complete assortment of
Quill, Steel and. Gold Pens,
PENCIL CASES, PENHOLDERS,
AND EVEnY VAIUETY OF
OFFICE AND SCHOOL .STATIONERY.
ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES, rOCKET WALLET,
CASH AND DEED ROA'ES, BANKERS' CASES.
SCHOOL BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
SCHOOL AND LOG SLATES,
By the Case, Dozen or Singlo One.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS IN GREAT VARIETY.
ENGLISH TOY BOOKS.
Tho above, with runny Article? in my line, arc offcre
at low nitos, Wholesale and Retail, by
S. G. C?URTENAY,
October IG No. 0 Droad-strcct.
WHOLESALE MUG HOUSE,
Formerly of No. 29 Hayne-Strect.
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORI
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DEUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
?RAKE'S PLANTATION 1WER?
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICDNE8 OF TH1
No. 153 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
September 10 lino
STRATED?POSTAGE FIVE CENTS.
E PI.AN?POSTAGE TEN CENTS.
riCAL.?POSTAGE TWENTY CENTS.
11810?POSTAGE TWENTY CENTS.
?H AND SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM OF ARITHMETIC FOB
eady adopted in Boston, New Haven, Conn., Toledo, Ohio,
i in all part? of the country. They aro adopted for exclu
Arithmetics to bo had r.t the present timo."
[Boston Text Rook Committee, ?BOi.
rork of Uu kind,"
?em: C. PEitKiH8, Principal of the Lawrence High School.
rccclvo the, unqualified approbation of all Teachers."
St. Kmkaheii. Principal of San Juan Public School, Cat.
I. Pelton, Superintendent of Schools, San Francisco, Cal.
y, a work of raro merit. I am fully convinced that It ha?j
Superintendent of Schools, Boston.
ihmctlca with which I am acquainted."
tuny, Professor of Mathematics, Dartmouth College, N. H.
tory that have fallen under our notice."
.[Rev. Lyman Coleman, D. D., Philadelphia.
bronce to introduction, on receipt of Pottage
GGARD Sl THOMPSON,
THESE ARITHMETICS ALWAYS ON HAND.
JAMES R. BIGELOW,
?L.ER, ?40 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON.
..S?? ?'?VEKI'OOL.?THK A 1 URE
?OMKN bark CASILDA. UubniOT munter, having
2?#a torga portion of bot ear?.) engaged, will meet
.?, Wlth quick diHputch. For freight, apply to
-, . . 0. O. WITTE.
October M _corner cam Bay und N. Atlantk wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL?I'll R itHi'l
ISH bark JOHN RICHARDS, ?'apt. L. (!. Gou
dey, tow half her cargo engaged, ami will ro
??f=3ci eclve immediate dispatch. For Freight apply
to B. Q. pinckney,
October 10 No. 7 Vaiiderh?rnt'H Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL.?THE DRX
?TISHBark "ECHO," Captain John Vibcrt, has
>a portion of her cargo ready, and will have oM
For Freight, apply to OIBBES & CO.,
October fl. ^ Adger'H South Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL, VIA NEW YORkT"
"THE MERCHANTS' LINE OF FIR8T
CLASS SAILING PACKETS," VLV NEW
YORK. Take Freight to Liverpool.
Shipper? of Cotton and other produce from
the interior of South Carolina and Georgia can have their
consignments to me forwarded, free of commission, by
the above line. Only actual charge? made. All Railroad
Freight and other charlen advanced shippers.
Freights to New York and engagements to Liverpool
made at lowest rates by sailing Ships or Sti amors. Pro
scut rates to Liverpool, by ship, \i to 5-32 penny; steam
er, 7-1G to i? penny?all compressed.
Tho B. N. HAWKINS, of this Line, is now loading.
Capacity 1000 bales Cotton, or 4C00 bbls. Flour.
For Freight engagements, apply to the agent at
Charleston, 8. C. WILLIAM ROACH,
North cor. East Bay anil Boyco k Co.'? South Wharves.
Agents at New York?N. L. McCREADY k CO., No. 30
Advances made on consignments of Cotton to SPOF
FORD, TILESTON k CO., New York, or through them
to their frieuds in Liverpool.
September 25 1 tuthsl3
TO SAIL THIS D?YY, 10TH INST.
FOU NEW YORK.?MERCHANT'S REGU
LAR LINE.?Tho Schooner JULIA A. RY
DER wants twenty to thirty boles Cotton to
?11 up, and Will leave This Afternoon. Apply to
Corner East Bay and Boyco's Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK?STAR LINE.?
Tho Al fast sailing Sehr. HOTT BEDELL, Capt.
^Simonson, will have immediate dispatch for the
??above port. For Freight or Passage, apply to
?. J. 3TURGES,
October 17 No. 10 Vendue Range.
FOR NEW YORK_THE SCHR.
?M.IZYCK, 750 barrels capacity, will havo im
>mcdiato dispatch for New York. For Freight,
apply to WILLIS k CHISOLM,
October 9 Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PHIL ADEL PHI A?ICE Y
'8TONE LINE.?The fme packet schooner J. M.
^HOUSTON, Gray master, will havo dispatch.
?For Freight or Passage, apply to
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
October 18 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
FOR BALTIMORE?THE SCHR.
SERENE, 900 bbls. capacity, will have immo
idiote dispatch for Baltimore For Freight, op
aply to WILLIS k CHISOLM,
October 9 _ Atlantic Wharf.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.?THE
fast sailing Schooner C//ARLOTTE, Captain
Thomas Chaplin, will 6ail as above on Friday
Morning, the 20th tnst. For Freight engage
ments, apply to S//ACKELFORD k FRASER,
October IK 2* Accommodation Wharf.
FOR GEORGETOWN AND CON
WAYBORO', SO. CA.?The iluo fast sailing
?Schooner ODD FELLOW, Wakcfer master, wUI
isail for tho abovo named placea on Thursday
Afternoon, 19th Inst. For Freight, apply to the Captain
oil board, at Brown's Wharf, or to
JULIUS H. OPPENHEIM,
October 17 3 No. 114 East Boy.
FOR GAMDEN, SO. CA., ?VND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE 8ANTEE RIVER.?
The Sloop THREE BROTHERS, together with
a 8TEAM FLAT, will leavo Accommodation
Wharf on Friday, 20th inst.
For Freight apply to the Captain on board, orto
JULIUS H. OPPENHEIM,
October 18 2 . No. 1H East Bay.
PEOPLES' STEAMSHIP C0Mrl*K&
LINE COMPOSED OP
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEADIER?
EMILY !.. SOUDER, Capt. Winchester
FOE NEW YORK DIRET.
THE NEW AND FAVORITE PASSENGER STEAMEB
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. It. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, THURS
DAY, October 10th, at 3 o'olock, P. M.
?5~ Thoro will be a Mail Bog kept at tbo office of the
Agents, closing always an hour before tho sailing of eaoh
These vessels alternating weekly, offering every Thurs
day to the traveling pubUo a first-class passenger boat
with superior accommodations. ft
For Passage or Freight apply to
WILLIS k CHISOLM, Agenta, Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I Q.UAKER CITY,
ILL LEAVE BROWN k CO.'8 WHARF, ON SAT
URDAY, 31st ot October at 8.30 A. IL, precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having HANDSOME AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
RAVENEL k CO., Agents,
South corner of East Bay and Vandcrhorst'B Wharf.
SLATE! SLATE! SLATE!
WHOLESALE SLATE SEALER,
Sole Agent for the Following Celebrated
EAGLE SLATE CO., VERMONT.
LEIIIGH SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
CHAPMAN SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
Corner lOru Avenue and iStr-street, New
York City. ._ ,,
Terranoe Square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Corner Franklin and Washington - streets,
ORDERS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO THE NEW
YORK AGENCY, or left at tho Bloto Yard of DEM
ARE8T & HUMLY, on East Bay, between Wentworth
and Hasel-strcots, who are the only Agents in Charleston
authorized to receive orders for Slate from the above
namod Quarrice. 2moi* September 29