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VOL. I....NO. GO.
CHARLY-TON, S. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1BG5.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Wonderfully Interesting State
ments concerning some
Montgomery Blai_* on the
_C, ? C, ?c.
New York, October 19.?LordB Wsarncliffe,
Pancocii*- and AoKnovD Drvjry had interests in
the Confodoratc loan. Samt-son, city editor of Uio
London Zlmes, said ho declined acaepting a prof
fered allotmcnt.Whcn the loan was introduced.
Montgomeey Blair addressed a Democratic
meeting laut night in thin city, denouncing negro
BufixRgo, and -recommended Hurt?he frecdmon be
colonized in Mexican territory, war finit being de
clared and Maximilian expelled. Van Buhen and
Coi* also epoke.
The Nova Scotian, -with Liverpool dates to tho
7th, lias arrived at Quebec.
Fenian arrests continue.
3t ib saidthat Lord BnucEbas ashed an cxplan
eation of Secretary Sewat.d'6 action in reference to
the Fenian movements.
All those who liavo been connected Vi-ith the
Confederate loan continue-to publish dcnials_but
Mr. IiiNDfjE? confesses a Joss. Liverpool dates of
Saturday, 7th, report the sales of cotton at -0,000
"balcB. Market buoyant, and advanced jd. Bread
stuffs quiet. Provisions steady. Consols 883 @88*.
Bank of England has reiscd her rate of discount
and advanced her rato of interest to 7 per cent.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
CONTINUED ARI?*.STS OF FENIANS?COMMITMENTS IN
DUBLIN FOR HIGH TREASON? SUSI'ICIOUB VESSEL
OFF QUEEN6T0WN?AMERICAN TOnrEDO "E.-FEIU
Farther Point, October 15.?Tho Bteamcr No
va Scotian, from Liverpool on tho lith of October,
.passed here for Quebec.
Liverpool, October C.? Cotton.? The market
opened excited at an advance of 3d., but became
irregular under an advance in the bank rate to
?ix per cent., and closed at an advance of 2?2jd.
for American, and <8@3d. for other descriptions.
Sales of the week, 179,000 bales, including 98,000
to speculators, and 10,500 to exporters. The fol
lowing are the authorized quotations: Fair Or
leans, 25?d.: Middling Fair, 24^d.; Middling Up
land and Mobile, 24d. Tho sales to-day (Friday)
amounted to 25,000 bales. The market is buoyant
and has advanced id. Middling American, _4-Jd.
Of the abovo sales speculators and exporters took
London, October C?Consols, for money, B8??@
88J; United States Five-twenties, G!)$@70.
Sugar firm. Coffee steady. Ilice inactive. Bos
jn?sales small. Spirits turpentine inactive.
A meeting has been called at London of persons
interested in such of the old American securities
as have been in arrears previous to or in consc
rjnencc of tho war. The securities, in respect of
which tilia agit-tiu- is corninciiced, r.ro bonds of
"Virginia, Louisiana, Tennessee, Georgia, North
Carolina and Mississippi, and of various railways
And banks in those State.--, the whole of which re
present a very heavy amount. The Daily News.
in an article, says : "If the indebted States should
stipulate per arrangement for the funding of their
arrears of dividends, it is probable that their cred
itors would he disposed to meet them half way."
Arrived from New Orleans, the Cinque Sorellc
Arrived from Baltimore, the Sally Means at
Fenian arrests continue. Tho total number'of
arrests in all places amount t?i two hundred. A
suspicious vessel, bearing the American ilag, and
supposed to he one of those expected with arms,
bad appeared off Queenstown, but she again put
A strange vessel was said to have sent a letter
- on the shore, which was opened, and found to
contain a bill for. ?1000. in favor of a member of
the Fonian organi-ation; All tlie.prisoiicrs arrost
ed in UnLiiii have been committed for trial for
: .* high treason.
I* THE CONFEDERATE LOAN.
The Morning Star having included Mr. Glad
stone's name in the Confederate loan list, and
called upon him for an explanation, publishes the
following laconic telegram from that gentleman
_. at Liverpool :
The Chancellor of the Exchequer to the Editor of the
Star:' -.-,. ,
"I see my name placed On tho Confederate loan
list; please remove it."
Laird, tha rebel ram builder, denies that ho
over was interested in any way in the Confederate
The publication of the lii* of Confederate loan
holders in American papera received created some
i excitement in England.
Hon. Evelyn Ashley writes to the Timco that at
no time had bo any share or interest in tho Con
federate loan. Mr. Hidout, proprietor of the
Morning Post, writes to that journal that bo never
had and nover offered for any of the loan, and
that if tho rest of the list bo like that which re
fera to him, there ha no dependence, to bo placed
upon It. . . ; 1
Sattertbwaite's Circnjar of tho evening of tho
j 4th Baye: "During the past weok tran8a<jtlons in
American securities have not been so largo or nu
merous as roportod in our last, but still thero has
been a lai-go amount of busincea during tho woek
in 5-20V. In consequence of the high rate of mc~
,.-. ,. ney on the continent and here they gave way one
for cent., but on to-day's news from America they
. ., have Mooted, and oloso at C9j @ COJ.-"
Au important American torpudo experiment
took placo at Chatham on tbo 4th, under tho di
P,***/ roction -fit Donald MoKjiy and ;Mi\,Bean-tiny, in
?v the presence of tho Lor da of tho Admiralty.
The Bice Crop?From the Columbus Enquirer
wo clip the following valuablo little article :
Wo regret to hear -that tbo rice crop of Clcorgia
.bjj -. this year wjll ho almost an entire failure. In tho
region raising this crop the negroes havo been
freo from compulsion during tho wholo year.' anil
this failuro of tho rico crop is tho first fruit (or
?.Jack of fruit) of the experiment ?f freo black labor
in Georgia. , -.
-. .' ijtfo??eo permitted to makrtths'following extract
from a business lotlor from Savannah to .v gentle
man in this city. The letter is dated Savannah,
September 28: *
"The freodmon havo not done much raising rice
this way. On tho Ogoechco and Alt amah a Hivers
.' tho usual crop before tho war was about G00,00?
bushela; thia year it will not bo. ovor 10,000 or
12,000 bnshels. On tkcfSavannab, beforo the war.
tho usual oepp was 800,000 bushola; thia year it
; will bo about 10,000?not enough to feed thoso who
made it six months. East India rico is now Delling
v. here at less than Savannah Bivor rico. Tho East
India rico and that raisod here lost yoar by tho
:. ire-dmon is very inferior indeed,"
The Cape Fear.?Uavc on the Capo Focjr ItiVer,
whore formerly a vory largo crop of iice was usu
ally raised, wo know tliot last Spring soveral rico
planters entered into agreements with Govern
ment agents for .tho employment of "freedmen"
to cultivate thoirorope; tho labor woo fuminhod.
.... Shortly aftor tho rice had boon planted, apd at tho
V moot cr itical limo, these rico plantera found thom
eelves destitute of any labor at all, and woro com
pelled to abandon their cropa entirely. The result
is, that not enough rico will bo made on tho Capo
if ear tho prosont yoar for seed for an ordinary
crop. Th,H is tho fruit of the first crop Bcason of
_ reodmonV' labor. Wo can only liopo for bettor
Ju?fc ?cat time,- Wilmington JournalfrtK ?
' . ' V"''/t' '
INTERESTIr?? CORRESPONDENCE BE.
TWEKX ?RANT AND SHERMAN.
GENERA- GRANT TO GENERAL SHERMAN.
On tho 4th of Marcli, at Nashvillo, Major-Geno
ral Grant ?-received tob graphic orders to report in
person at Washington. Congress had passed an
act authorizing tho appoiutmont of a I_oiiteuant
Gcneral to command tho armies of tho United
States, and the President had nominated Clouerai
Grant for the appointment. Beforo starting on
his journey, Grant seized his pen, and in tho very
moment of liis greatest elevation, filled with
generosity toward- those othors to whoso exer
tions ho modestly chooso to ascribe Ii?b own dc
Borved reward, hastily wroto these touching linea:
"Dear Sherman : Tho bill reviving tbo grado of
Lieutenant-General in the army has become a
law, and my name bnB been sent to the Senate for
the place, I now, receivo orders to report to Wash
ington immediately in person, which indicate a
confirmation, or a likelihood of confirmation.
"I start in tbo morning to comply with the
"Whilst I have been eminently snccissful in this
war, in at least gaining the confidence of the pub
lie, no one feels more than I how much of this-suc
cess is due to the energy, skill, and the harmo
nious putting forth of that energy and skill, of
thoso whom it has been my good fortune to havo
occupying subordinate positions under me.
"'liiere are many otlicers to whom these re
marks aro applicable to a greater or less degree,
Froportionate to their ability as soldiers; but what
want is to express my thanks to fou and Mc
Phcrson, an the men to whom, above all others, I
feel indebted for whatever I have had of success.,
"H?>w far your advice and assistance havo been
of help to me, you know. How far your execution
of whatever has been given you to do entitles you
to the reward I am receiving, you cannot know as
well as I.
"I feel all the gratitude this letter would ex
press, giving it the most ?uttering conBtriu-tion.
"The word you I use in the plural, intending it
for McPherson also. I should write to him, and
wUl, some day; but, starting in tho morning, I do
not know that I will find time just now.
U. S. GRANT, Major-General.''
v OENER?L suerman's retlv.
Sherman received this'letter near Memphis on
tho 10th of March, and immediately replied:
"Dear General: I have your more than kind
and characteristic letter of the 4th inst. I will
send a copy to Geueral Mel ?orson at once.
"You do yourself injustico and ub too much
honor in assigning to us too large a share of the
m?rita which nave led to our high advancement.
I know you approve the friendship 1 have ever
professed to" you, and will permit me to continue,
as heretofore, to manifest it on all proper occa
"You are now Washington's legitimate succes
sor, and occupy a position of almost dangerous
elevation; but if }-ou can continue, as heretofore,
to be yourself, simple, honest, and unpretending,
you will enjov through Ufo the respect and love of
friends and the homage of millions of human be
ings, that will award you a largo share in secur
ing to them and then- descendants a government
of law and stability.
"I repeat, yon do General McPhorson and my
self too much honor. At Bclmont you manifested
your traits?neither of us being near. At Donel
soii, also, you illustrated your wholo character. I
was not near, and General McPheraon in too sub
ordinate a capacity to influence yon.
"Until you had won Donelson, I confess I was
almost cowed by the terrible array of anarchical
elements that presented themsoives at every
fioint; but that admitted a ray of fight I havo fol
"I believe you are as brave, patriotic, anil just
a? the great prototype, Washington?as unselfish,
kind-hearted, and honest as a man should be; but
the chief characteristic is tho simple faith in suc
cess yon have always manifested, which I can lik
en to nothing else than the faith a Christian has
in tho Saviour.
"This faith gave you victory at Shiloh and
Vicksburg. Also, when you have completed your
preparations, you go into battle without hesita
tion, as.at Chattanooga?no doubts?no reserves;
and I teli you, it was this that made us act with
confidence. _ I Knew, wherever I was, that you
thought of me, und if I got in a tight place you
would help me out, if alive.
"My only point of doubt was in your knowledge
of grund stratogy, and of books of science an<l
history; but I confess your common sense seems
to havo supplied all these.
"Now as to the future. Don't stav in Washing
ton. Como West; take to yourself tho wholo Mis
sissippi Valley. Let us make it ?lead sure?and I
tell you the Atlantic slopes and the Pacific shores
will follow its destiny as sure as tho limbs of a tree
live or die with Ihe main trunk. Wo have done
much, but still much -remains. Time and time's
influences are with us. We could almost afford to
Bit still and let these influences work.
"Here liea the seat of the coming empire; and
from tho West, when our task ia done, wo will
make short work of Charleston and Richmond and
the impoverished coast of tho Atlantic.
"Your sincere friend, W. T. 8HERMAN."
Affairs in Loudon County, Va.?A letter from
Lee?burg, Va., to the Alexandria G(izelte, contains
the following :
Our corn crops are. magnificent, and tho lamen
tation is that there are no hogs to eat it; these
animals bring fabulons priceB, I suppose from $14
to $16 per .hundred pounds, and at pubbc salea
even more. Corn will not rule higher than $3 per
bfcl. (of flvo bushels), and probably in the country
south of Leesburg and Snickers viilo turnpike road
not more than $2.50.
Tho wheat crop in quantity and quality is very
indifferent, and first rate flour very bard to got.
Butter is retailed at from 37?} to 40 cents in Lees
burg. ApplcB there are none; potatooB a protty
fair crop, and oats abundant, considering the
quantity sown. Sheep bring $7 to $12 at sales,
and the meat question is assuming a serious as
pect for thoBO who havo not learned to do with
out it. ' .
In the oponing address of Proaidont Beade, of
tho North Carolina Convention, wo find tl?s thril
ling passage :
"Fellow-citizens, ire are going Home. Let pain
ful reflections upon our - late separation, and
pleasant memories, of our early union, quicken
our footsteps towards the old mansion, that we
may grasp hard again .tho hand of friendship
which Stands at the door; and, sheltered by tho
old homestoad, which was built upon tho rock and
has woathorod tho storm, enjoy together tho long,
bright futuro which awaits us."
Mr. John HO-TT, of the NaBhvilo Banner, gives
tho following humorous description of his journoy
ings after a pardon :
Had a personal intcrviow with tho Chief Magis
trate, and asked him for a small pardon, if ho had
any moro left. Chief Magistrate wanted to know'
what position I held in tho robol army. The
answer was faint, somewhat hesitating, land a
littlo shaky. Iaaid "Quartormnater." Chief Mag
istrate chuckled and turned his hoad to conceal
a sardonic smilo. '-My ancient and vonorablo
friond," ho said, "if you think that your depart
ment of the rebellion endangered tho Union canse,
your innocence is a pardon in itself."
Wo understand that General L. O. Baker'. Chief
Dotoctivo of tho War Department, is itbout to pub
lish a full history of tho records of tho secret ser
vice of tho Government, not only embracing tho
procoodjngs of his own bureau, but. thoso apper
taining to all offices belonging to tho detectivo
sorvioo of tho Govornmonl.
-Txs not a Fable.?Tho immonso and universal
demand for tho Fragrant Sozodont, is a marvel in
tho annals of dentistry 1 It exceeds that of all
other dentifrices combined. Noithor acid from the '
stomach, nor any other corresponding olomont
generated by indigestion, can affect a set of teeth
regularly purified by this Fragrant Vegetable, au
t^apti?andpro?wvaiiYe, , 48
JOII?! ; ...'.
'" " * ' . i_ii . . !
mOUR MR IS BROKEN!
QUESTION? STEELE, HAVE YOU GOT SO AND
Well, put mo up ono of the best.
The HATS or CAP8 being put ur, customer says*.
8TEELE, I know that you do a CASH BUSINESS, but I
have not the money; mako a memorandum on the Slate,
and I will call in to-day, or tomorrow morning, and pay
yon?and the probability is that a dozen dunB will not
bring the money.
To all such, STEELE would impart tho information
that "Our Slate ?b Broken," and can't be mended.
HARNESS, W _irs, See.
Every variety of VEHICLE furniBhed to order at Man
OF EVERY BESCRIPT?ON RECEIVED AND
HOLD TO BEST ADVANTAGE.
Nos. 14 and 10 Hayne, and
Nos. 33 and 35 Pinckncy-strects,
Rear of Charleston Hotel.
October 18 W8
DEALER IN CLOTHING,
[NO. 161 MEETING-STREET,
HAB OPENED A
Full Assortment of
FALL AND WINTEE
Of _?.ll Qualities.
From long experience in tho buwincas in thi?
City, anil thin houso being n brnncb of one of the
LARGEST CLOTHING NOISES
in New York, aud the Stock being got np express
to supply tho want? of
I feel confident'thero ia nothing wanting to
?_ecLs? the Purchaser..
I will eoll theso Goods at
New York Prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INFOR AI THE
citizens of Charleston, and tho public generally,
that they can be found at the OLD STAND, No. 213
KING-STREET, under the Victoria Hotel, whero they
offer for sale one of the largest assortment?; of ItEADY
MADE CLOTHINO In the city, suitable for Men's, Boys'
and Children's Wear.
A good Btook of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. All
of which they will sell at prices to suit the times. Pkuso
call and examine our Stock.
GEORGE LTTTLE k CO.,
No. 213 King-street,
October 7 Imo Under tho Victoria UoteL
100 PAGES-IlEAUTIPUbl.Y ILI.l S
170 PAGES-ON A PROGRESSIV!
III.--C O M M O
318 PAGES?THOROUGHLY PItACT
358 PACEH-A COMPLETE TItEA'l
THESE BOOKS SET FORTH THE MOST THOROUG
8CU00LS, which baa over appeared In this country
Though very recently published, they have been aire
Burlington, Indiana, and many othor Important places
slve uso in tho State of California, by tho State Board of
"Your Committoo thinks Eaton's the best serios of A
"I bollove Eaton's "High School' far surpasses any w.
"Eaton's sorics of Arithmetics, so far as examined, i
"Eaton's Arithmetics aro everywhere received v/ltb
"Eaton's 'Intellectual Arithmetic' is, unquestionably
no superior arid no equal."?Hon. John D. Piumjoick, -5
"1 consider Eaton's for superior to any scries of Arlt
IE. T. Qon
"Altogether, thosa Arithmetic's aro the most satisfaot
tfB- Copies mulled for examination wit ii rcfe
SEND FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE.
' THeS?/De?s?GNED itEEPS X1 STOCK OF
p'tob?rW .NWW ,. ?OOKSEI.
C\/-\ BALES GUNNY CLOTH
Jj\J 2 McCarthy Gins.
For sole by FERGUSON\ k BARKKR,
October 21 0 No. ^Brown's Wharf.
EL O S I E R "_" ,
?\tr CARTOONS WHITE, BLACK AND COLORED
_/D TAFFETA RIBBONS
25 cartoons Black and White Bonnet Ribbons
20 cartoons Fanoy Bonnet Ribbons
200 dozen Ladies' White Cotton Hoso
200 dozen Gout's Brown Half Hoso
100 dozen Ladles' and dent's Gloves
60 dozen Gent's Merino Vests
Prints, DoLaines, Bleached Longcloths.
Received per Steamer Alhanibra, and for solo by
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE-STREET,
Immediately opp. Messrs. G. W. Williams & Co.
October 20 _
NO, 1*59 MEETING-STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
CLOTHS AND CAS9IMERES
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAINES AND PRINTS
PLAINANDPLAID I.I \ SIV S
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
BROWN Si BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Sontags and Nubias.
A COMPLETE ?STOCK OP
TO WHICH "WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TRADE.
October 19 \
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OP
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
FALL AND WINTER
WHICH HE OFFERS
AT MODERATE PRICES.
OS- THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT supplied with
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERE8, whlcb will be made up lu
tbo best manner. 0 October 1C
ADVANCES MADE ON
WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, DRY
GOODS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OP
WILLIAM H. DEVLIN,
No. 0 DEATJFAIN-STHEET.
&?*-Cheap Wat o he? for Salcg?
September 30 lrno*
TRATED?POSTAGE FIVE CENTS.
E PLAN-POSTAGE TEN CENTS.
ICAL?POSTAGE TWENTY CENTS.
'ISE?POSTAGE TWENTY CENTS.
H AND SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM OF ARITHMETIC FOR
ady adopted in Rosto?, New Haven, Conn., Toledo, Obio,
in all part? of tbo country. They are idopted for oxclu
rithmetles to bo bad ot tbe present time."
[Boston Text Rook Committee, 1804.
srk of Its kind,"
eut O. Pehkinh, Principal of the Lawrence High School.
ecolvo tbe unqualified approbation of all Teachers."
t. SuHARtn. Principal of San Juan Public School, Cat.
great favor." ,
Pelton, Superintendent of Schools, San Francisco, Cal.
, a work of rare merit. I am fully convinced that It haa
luperintendtnt qf Schools, Boston.
lunctlca with which I am acquainted."
*?bt. Professor of Mathematics, Dartmouth College, N. H.
ory that have fallen under our notice."
IRev. Lyman Colkuan, D. D., Philadelphia.
ronce to Introduction, on receipt of Postage.
GGARD & THOMPSON,
THESE ARITHMETICS ALWAYS ON HAND.
JAMES R. BIGELOW,
LEU, 8*0 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE IllU
--Tisil Bark "ECHO," Captain John Vibert, lias
>? portion of lier cargo ready, and Will have all
Vor Freight, apply to GIO-ES - CO.,
OiUiliur V!l_ Adgerji Smith Wharf.
POR lav ERPOOL..?TUE A 1 BRE
>MEN bark ?jasilda, B?hmer master, having
>a larg?' portion of her cargo engaged, will meet
?with quick dispatch. For ?eight, apply to
_ C. O. WllTE,
_?__-c_,J9_.c"F_.l'r.1_mt na>' aml N- Atlantic wharf.
POR LIVERPOOL..?THE BRIT-?
ISU bark JOHN RICI1ARDS, .Cant L. C. Qou*
nF.Y, lias half her cargo engaged, and will ro
?celve immediate dispatch. For Freigbt apply
to It. Q. PISCKNEY.
October 10 No. 7 Vimdcrhorst'K Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL, VIA NEW YOUR.
THE MERCHANTS' LINE OF FIRST
CLASS SAILING PACKETS," VIA NEW
YORK. Tako Freight to Liverpool.
? Shippers of Cotton and other produce from
tilo interior of South Carolina ami Georgia ran have their
consignments to nie forwarded, free of ronim'.ssion, by
the above line. Only actual charges made. All Ha i I rond
Freight ami other charges advanced shippors.
Freight? to Now York ami engagements to Liverpool
made at lowest rates by sailing Ships or Steamers. Pro
sont rates to Liverpool, by ship, % to 5-32 penny ; steam*
cr, 7-10 to a penUT?all compressed.
Tho B. N. HAWKINS, of tlds Line, is now loading.
Capacity 1000 bales Cotton, or ?1000 bbls. Flour.
For Freight engagements, apply to the agent at
Charleston, S. C. WILLIAM ROACH,
North cor. East Hay and Uoyce - Co.'s South Wharves.
Agents at Now York?N. L. McCREADY k CO., No. 36
Advance? mado ou consignments of Cotton to SPOF
FORD, TILEHTON ft CO., New York, or through them
to their friends in Liverpool.
September 25_ 1 tuths!3
s FOR NEW YORK?STAR LINE.
The Al fast sailing Sehr. MOIT DEDELL, Capt.
^Sinionson, will have immediate dispatch fortha
?above port. For Freight or Passage, apply to
D. J. STUROES,
October. 17 No. 10 Vendue Range.
w_r-Cr FOR~?_BW YORK?THE SCIIR.
TE_3_r*>MAZYCK. 760 barrels capacity, will have Im
i**jiC!r-*;a>ni(Hliate dispatch for New York. For Freight
a____t_B0Dl_ to WILLIS - CHISOLM,
October ?___Atlantic Wharf.
FOR BALTIMORE.-THE SCHR.
SERENE, 900 bbls. capacity, will hivo inimo
.diate dispatch for Baltimore. For Freight, ap
?-Dlv to WILLIS & CHISOLM,
October 9_Atlantic Wliarf.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAI! UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I Q.VAKER CITY,
ALU A MBit A, | ANDALUSIA., -
TILL LEAVE BROWN _ CO.'S WHARF, ON SAT
URDAY, 21at o? October at 8.30 A. t*fi, prociaely.
For* Freight or Passage, having HANDSOME AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
. _ RAVENEL k CO., Agonts,
South corner of East Bay and Vanderhorat'a Wharf.
New York and tbarleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving ouch rort every Alternate Tlim-sday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
0?IT. R. Vf. L?ICK WOOD.
C'ait. C. P. Mahsuman.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE?
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING*
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tablea supplied by every luxury the Now York
and Charleston markets can afford; and for safety, npeed
and comlort arc unrivalled on the coast.
TnE NEW STEAMSHIP
CAPT. C. P. MARSHMAN,
Will lcavo Accommodation Wharf on Thursday, October
20th. at Threo o'clock, P. M. precisely.
For Freight or Passage apply at the office of the Agenta,
WILLIS _ CHLSOLM.
October 21 North Atlantic Wharf.
IN INDESTRUCTIBLE COATING
IRON, TIN AND WOOD.
IT CONSISTS OF SEVENTY-TWO PARTS OXIDE OF
IRON, and twenty-eight parts CEMENT LIME
STONE In Uio ono hundred pounds.
It has much more body than Red or White Lead, It Is
warranted perfectly water and flro proof, and to with
stand a greater heat on metals, without scaling, than any
other Paiut in uso.
It is a perfect cover for all kinds of Iron, Tin or Wood
work, Out-houses and Canvas Coverings. It prevents
und arresto the ?jorroslou of metuls, ai|d is not affected
by the action of salt, gases, acids or ammonia.
This paint requires no moro oil than dry lead or zlno,
and much less than tho ordinary mineral paints. It is
free from any waste, and posi?sacs a spreading and
covering power uncquallod.
Tenus.?By barrel or half barrel, uve cents per
pound. CAMERON k BARKLEY, Agenta,
September 8 fmw No. 142 Moetlng-strcet.
SLATE! SLATE! SLATE!
WHOLESALE SLATE DEALER,
Sole Agent for the Following Celebrated
EAGLE SI-ATE CO., VERMONT.
I,EIII(-Il SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
CHAPMAN SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
Corner 10th Avenue and 12th-street, New
T?nnAN("E Square, Buffalo, N. Y.
Corner Franklin and Washington - streets,
ORDERS MAY. BE ADDRESSED TO THE NEW
YORK AGENCY, or loft at tho Slato Yard of DEM
ARE8T & IIUMLY. on East Bay. betwoon Wentworth
and Haiol-BtreeU. who aro tho onlyAgonte inOharloaton
authorized to re?oive ordera for Slato from tho abojro
named Quarries. 2moa*_September 20
N' O__?_?^-L WfAT-LDA FINLKY. WIPE
of Jamk? A?-**, lato a Shoe Dealer jn Market
street. Charleaton. 8. O.. Hereby glvo notice that In one
month from rhla date. I liitenrt to ?So to usines nee a
SOLE TRADER. j-ATILDA-INLfcY.