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' * THTXR_DAY MOBNING. OCTOBER 80, 18C?.
Attkntion is bo]?c?I?>?1 to the notice. In this morning's
issue, of the City Ir-isuror and tho City Assessor.
TiU'BiiKii, Boulk k C??.?Wo would roqncst attention
* to tli? advcrtlHciimiil of i hin firm, who aro Agents of the
American Land Company and Agency, who oro to bo
found at No. 4 Btoto Htruot.
Mosr.s (iiu.ussiiii? k Son.?'Urn attention of persons,
especially in the Biirromiding country, is called to this
advertisement, as these gentlemen mako purchases in
any ?quanti ty, and thorcby benefit those who have only
,, ! amaUparc??B to dlsposo of.
Ft'its or Aix Nations.?Steki.i:, tho indomitable man
Of business, advertises Furs of ovory variety and ut aU
prices, to bo fouud in bis hat store, In King opposUo 8o
1 j eIo(y':Strcpt, and where ho.-Ul bo glad for tho pnbUc to
call and examine. See his advert iBomont.
William Roacit has tbrco thousand feet of clear
plank, an article ninth nocdod now. which ho will dls
poBo of if ?jailed upon, at tho oorner of East Bay and
Boyco's Wharf, ou rcaaonablo terme.
Old Homestead Bittk-b.?This la an article of Ado
quality and delightful laste, and its principal IngrctRont
being "wild ohorry," wo liavo no doubt that it must bo
highly bone?cinl to health. It Is to be obtained from
Messrs. Austin, And-US _ Co., to whom we roturn our
?thank? for a ?ample. *
William M. Brnn k Co.?Tho advertisement oT these
- gentlemen exhibits one of tho fluent stocks of glaBS, oils,
-paints, Ac, which aro to bo found in any oily;". We trust
that the pcoploof Charleston will enconrago this f?*m as
it should all enterprising establishments which are
opened for their benefit.
i .. . . ? -. - .
Insd?A-no-.?Mr. J. DraTTON Fono, 'at. No. 90 Hasel
street, advortlses as Agent of tho Baltic Fixe Insuranoo
Company, and tho Commonwealth Flro Insuranco Com
pany, both of New York. From our knowledge of Mr.
Fonn and his business capacity, wo should say that the
Agency could not have been placed In better bauds.
Concert.?In our issue this morning, tho mnsic-lov
,lng public will bo pleased to see that Mrs. Wabley Is to
give, a Concert to-morrow evening at Hibernian Hall,
iwhirh, no doubt, wUl richly repay all who attend. Wo
observe, also, that tho flno baud of tho 47th Peno. wUl
perform on the occasion.
. The same style of goods, and the same cxcoUont va
3oty, are to bo found nt the establishment of William
;atTH?ssEN.-at No. 210 _tng-Etr'oot, that was always to
bo obtained there, and tho samo clovornoss and tho same
courtesy sllU characterizes the proprietor and bis assist
ant . , : ; t
' 'Those in want of champagne of tho best qualities
will please observo an advertisement of G. Davis _ Co.,
who not only kcop this delicious article in store, but
have on hand as fine au assortment of groceries, liquors
and matters for family, nee as can bo found in the city.
_a suggesting a call by doalors on this establishment trt
are doing them a favor, which thoy had bettor tafco ad?
Bill op Mortalrn.-The return of deaths during the
post week appears by tho return of tho City Registrar to
have been 41?10 whites, 9 adults and 7 children, and 25
blacks and colored?14 adults and 11 children, Of those
7 W?r? of fevers of different kinds, 3 whlto adults and 1
child, and 2 black adults and 1 child. Of consumption
thoro were 4 cases, 2 white adults and 1 black adult, and
1 ohlld. Of dropsy thoro wcro 5 cases, 1 white chUd and
3 black adults, and 1 child. Of old ago there were 3
blocks. Tho rest of the diseases are what aro gonoraUy
found in the Bill of Mortality at this season of the year,
and demonstrates that Charleston Is one of the m??t
healthy cities in tho Union..,_
L. GAMnniLL..? This gentleman having established
bi m self as a Banker In this city, at No. 7 Broad-street, rb
per Adv'cr?SC?lient, wo take ploasuro in .welcoming him
back,'as wo do all merchants, tradesmen, kc, who are
hastening to vuh, and putting their shoulders to - tho
wheel, hy way of speeding us on tho road to happiness
mid plenty. Thoso who arc holding back because of an
uncertainty of prosperity will regret, before long, thatf
thoy did - _ot have the patriotic determination of Mr.
Gambrill and others who have made up their mindflrto
giiai aiI "the assistance in their power to o pooplo who,
tired pf "war's alarms," are devoting themselves to the*
us?i_l and profitable "paths of peace."
MAYon's Court.?In the last day or two 'this Court
appears to be getting into notice, hii'd a'few old custom
ers, who have been in a torpid state for two or three ;
years, now make their appearance with red and sleepy
eyes,'and consequently are charged With - druukenness.
Tho Mayor benignantly fine? them ten dollars each, and
thoy leave, making a determination to lead an activo Ufe
until!the elections are over. I .'....'- ' -
A"young mari was brought before his Honor, charged,
by a man who "shoUs" clothes, with 1 swindling?he
having purchased a coot, which he had not paid for.
. The clothes-man did not make a case, and the. defendant
gavo so clear a case 'to tho Mayor that he' was dls
>, charged. I
Groceries, Seoars, Tobacco, kc.?The advertise
ment a in our .issue of to-day of Hilton k Co., No. ?67
Medung-stroet, cortainly deserves the attention, not only
of dealers, but of families, and all others who are in the
habit of purchasing by the quantity. Among those who
have Jatcly settled among us, and entered into a .large
busoless, there is nono who hovo exhibited moro inter
est In assisting the prosperity of the city, or promoting
any onterpriso which would benefit It than they, and, to
show their earnestness in tho matter, they are the pro
prietors of one of the most spacious establishments, and
always have on hand ono of the largest stocks of goods
that are to bo found in our community. 8 ucees s to ouch
of our merchants, is but a right that they .can claim, and
to no firm, can it bo more properly awarded than to
Messrs. Hi-ton 4s.Co.? ?.' - ! I i11 ' ll ' ' * ' * '
We feel it to be a public duty to direct attention to
the fact that "thoro Is no reliable mall communication,
even between this city and Columbia', and letters and
papers for pointa beyond .the Capital aro never rocot ved ;
except by privato hands. Every day pasmengers g? to a_ d"
como from GreonviUe, AbboviUe, Nowborry, 'Wlnna
boro" aud Chester, with dispatch; and wo hear that the
Postmaster-General, has authorized the ?3arrying<-Qfl
tho mails tri-we*My,**b_t iris certainly not mode availa
ble to the public. There cortainly is ? remedy, and it
ahould bo applied. Tho 8outh Carolina Railroad Is open
to Hopkins' Depot._ Hacks run punctually to Colombia,
thence toWimiBboro', on tho Charlotte Road, and ?Hope
Station,? on'the Gr?en'vUlo Road, which lu qpou through
its remaining longth to Greenville, Anderson, Abboville,
and Lourpna. The moans of transportation aro at hand,
the Pontoffico Department willing to hovo tho work
dono?In fact, we are of the opinion that Mr? Dennison
-thinks the work is' boing performed?yet we have "no
mall." | f IflfJ
We respectfully suggest that some stops bo token to
hovo a special, Poutoffico Agent sent over the main
routes, In the hope ; that a speedy remedy may be ap
plied, laid the present unbuslness-llko and inconveni
ent state of affaira looked Into.
Indian Bravado.---Tw" Indian chief.- Liltlo .Six
and Medicino Bottle, aro under sentent* of doath
at Fort Shelling', Minnesota, and will shortly ,bo
hung, for participation in the massacre of whites
on tho frontier., Li t? le Six, OR being asked if lie
was afri?id to dio, drainatirally rospondod :
"As r^ovo said before, the Grout Spirit placed
me on the earth as a man, and 1 have got '?ho cre
dential?', to..show for ifci I Hover killed ' any oho,'
and am partly-a woman on that account. ' if thoy
are going to'i?? mo, I am ready. I ramin pJ?iurrJC
for it?I am uva hurry, for it. My name is'-U over
tho whole world." As far rd I/uin under? t and, I
am on tjpi*tlfi?a I i?x vrt?tingfor rt tfi tnr? oVery
minuto.'?*,, . . i - :n y il <~- " "
Moditin? Bottle was more sententious, and re
"I never was afraid to 'die, and ant not yet. The
236 SALT. 236
"I f\ f\ 8A0K8 LIVERPOOL SALT
J. \J \J 20 bags Coarso Alum Salt
For sale by CLARK k ORUBER,
No. 236 King-street,
At the. old utand of N. M. Porter k Co. .
New Buckwheat, Self
RAISING FLOUR, ?be.
JUST LANDED PER STEAMER?
10 bbls. NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR and SELF
RAISING FLOUR, in C lb. packages
6 bbl?. Pig Unmej, Bacon Strips and Pig Shoulders
100 Duffield'ti Sugar-cured Ilams
10 kegs Extra Choleo Qoshon Hotter
Ubis. Potatoes, SpUt Peas, White Beans and Dried
6 bble. Stuart's Byrup. Formata by
. CLARK A QRUBER,
No. 230 King-street,
At the Old Stand of N. M. Porter k Co.
October 26 thsQ
LANDED IMCIt STEANERt .
5 BARRELS TRENTON, WINE AND F?*tNOY CRACK
5 barrels Boda, Lemon, and Oyster Biscuits
5 barrels Boston and Extra Butter Biscuits
F?r salo by CLARK k ORUBER.
- .- No. 236 Klng-slreot,
At the old Stand of M. M. Porter & Co.
October 20 ths2
C1IIILL & CO.,
COR. OF EAST BAT & LODGE ALLEY,
' '"'" HAVE
tO/TieTi BARRELS STUART'S 8UOAB, CRUSHED,
_? \J \J POWDEUED, and A," B and O
100 barrel? Brown Sugar, low priced .
60 bags Rio Coffee
40 mats Java Coffee
36 mats old Government Coffco
200 kegs Assorted Nails, Nos. i, 8, 10, 12 and 20
100 boxes Klngsford's 8tarch
250 gross Mabou'h Blacking, large, medium and
60 boxes Goshen Chccso
20 kegs Orange County Butter
100 boxes "Layors" Raisins
' 26 boxes Corn Starch (L lb. packages)
6 barrclB "Sap Sago" Cheeso
60 boxes Adamantino Candles
10 boxes Paraflno Candles
200 bagB Shot (assorted)
20 barrels No. 1 Mackerol
40 half-barrels No. 1 Mackerel
40 half-barrels No. 2 Mackerel
100 kits No. 1. Mackerel
5 barrels Salmon
300 boxes Herrings
100 boxes Colgate's Soap (assorted).
A variety of FANCY SOAPS
10 chests Young Hyson Tea
10 chests Oolong Tea.
With a general assortment of Buckets, Tubs (in nests),
Brooms, Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper, Nutmegs, Cloves,
Ginger, Chocolate, Mace, Allspice, Popper, 4c, Ac., &o.
Which they offer for Bale at the lowest CA8H PRICE8.
Octobor 26_ , wthsS
WHISKY, GIN, RUM,
&c, ?Sec, Ao.
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE DY
CAHILL & CO.,
AT THEIR NEW STORE,
CORNEB EAST BAY AND LODGE ALLEY.
W) VJjUAltl?IV WVOIYO U1A11U, JJUl'Ul & LU't)
3 eighth caBks Olard, Dupuy k Co. 'b Brandy
- - 2 quartoreasks E. AUnsso's Brandy "
8 quarter casks Renault k Co.'s Brandy
3 quarter caaks J. Honn?ssy's Brandy.
2 casks Jamaica Rum *
2 casks St. Croix Rum
2 pipes Holland Gin
bis. "Bourbon" Whisky
10 bbls. Ryo Whisky
. 60 bbls.. Rectified Whisky
100 casos Ale, pints, two dozen
60 cases Porter, pints, two doren
26 cases St, Domingo Bitters
10 caBOs Booker's Bitters
60 cases "CasUlllan" Bitters
26 cases St Domingo Punch
10 ?rases Arrack Punch
10 canon Measlha Punch
26 cases Gin CocktalIs . -.
25 ??ases Brandy Cocktails
26 eases-Whisky ?ocktailu
10. cases Ginger-Cordial- -- -
' 25 cases-Loinon Syrup
, 100 cases Claret ) .
' 60 eases' 'Sherry VWlncsr ?
50 caseB Port )
A LOT OF DEMIJOHNS, 1, 2, 3 and 6 gallons.
October 25 wtha3
Segars I Segars ! Segars I
TOBACCO ! TOBACCO ! TOBACCO I
41 f f AAA OELEBRATED FIGARO BEGABS 1
??i 1 ft'OftO MED1U.M FIGARO SEGARS
* *? ' 1 A* A A A SMALL FIGARO SEGARS.
CASES VICTORIA BRAND SEGAR8, low priced
6 cases Espa?ola Brand Segars
10 cases Elegantes Segars
; S caf-.es/lanttago Segars
j 1 case El Sol Segexs .
i -' 2 cases Reg. del Monda .Segaro
I 6 -cases La Favorite Segars
! 600 gross O. K. Tobacco. Fine Cat
100 gross Anderson's Tobacco, Fine Out
60 gross Anderson's Rolaco Tobacco, Fin? Cat
26 cases Navy Tobacco. For sale by
CAHILL & CO.,
OpRNER OF EAST BAY AND LODGE ALLEY.
October26. ... , ., - ..?,.-. wths3 :
AMARGO DR CAST?LL1 HITTERS
,. FOB SALE BY. ? , ?
MSAHILL & CO.,
j , J _____'.: ! SOLE AOEIKTH, - 7
CORNER EAST BAY and LODGE ALLE?.
Sop?mber 27 UuaU
Brass Moulding Shop nt Florence) S. ft
*t>^R80N8 WISHING? WORK IN1 OUR LINE OF
JL ? Business, can have their orders fillod with neat
ness and dispatch. All manner of CAB, STEAMBOAT
and MILL BRASSES done at the shortest notice.
! ? ' -- "'- - -TOHN F. COBDE3. ...
"-_ ? ._ .. .1 ... .,:.- .1 RICHARD wTnOWELL.
Terms for all Casting must bo paid in Cash, or Pro
duce; pa delivery. -Imp* - ?Dctobpr 18
.' ^ _ AINT^';
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VESSELS WJLIi FIND,
, <t to tholr advantage tb gTr? this'VALUABLE
PAINT atrlaL Soldhy - ROBINSON & NHTjSON,
' ~_ . ?_ ?it'll No- 90? King-strcct, Cb?rl/_ton/&.0. -
October 21 imo<? ,,
Bolier-iimKcrs, BlncksinltlW; -Uchlnlsts and
' J,-J ; ':<x?N'8u???Tijr^;fBiiiaiifB_iai.i'.^?.
BOILER8 _NJ> MAOHINKBYi OF _V___ D?SCRIP
TION BO.^~ AHfiffiPArngDt- f.tj ', ;/: QI_Q
ka,bt #rii> ' ^^R^??Vr?T???*.
Vmoniirjs Fnfl?uM,.....'....AuaoeTps F. Pm? dt.
?*'October lfl' lmo*
Cheese, Flour, Mackerel, &c.
1 Ork FIRKINS EXTRA CHOIOB 008?SN BUT
?2j\J TER ?
60 firkins choleo 2?1 quality Butter
IM boxes Goshon and E. D. Chccso i
60 barrels extra and oupur Flour
100 half-barrels extra and super Floul
60 barrels A, B, C, and Crushed Bugar
100 packages Nob. 1, 2, and 3 Mackerel,
400 boxen scaled ami Nn. 1 llorrlngs
40 barrels prime and mess Pork and Rof
60 half-barrclB 1'ultun Market Uoof ?mlPork
15 barrels Bacon Strips . >
20 barrels Pig ManiH and Shoulders ,
200 boxes Soap, Sturch, ko.
100 dozen Hucket?, BrooiCH, Palis, At 1
100 barrels aud boxes Buttor, Sugalanl Soda Bis-.
100 boxes AdamacUifu and Orlontal (jar?les
40 packages liyson and Black Teas
43 bags Chole?? Kit. '"?0CO
SO pockets Choice Java?Toffco ' '
100 kegs Nails, 4?L to 2t>d., assorted I '
150 casos Brandy, Whisky, Solinapps.-Riss' Bitters,
Gin Cocktails, Lemon Byrup, it?:., lit, '
30 barrels Old Bourbon Whisky, Go, Brandy,
Rum, Ac, Ac. >
With full supplies landing per steamer lud sailing
. ALSO, '
BALLANTINE'8 CELEBRATED ALE, foi draught.
FAIRBANK'B 8CALE8, aU sizes.
For sale at lowest market prices.
J. & F. DAWS?N,
Octobor 20 _s2 No. 00 ?A3T BAY.
Sugar, Coffee,, &c
BARREL8 (C) YELLOW SUGAR,
20 bbls. Crushed 8ugar.
20 bbls. (B) Coffee Sugar.
60 bags Rio Codeo.
800 boxes Scaled nnt-tiugs. j
20 bbls. Pickled Herrings. '
15 bbls. large No. 3 Mackerel.
60 boxes Colgate's Soaps.
60 boxes Colgate's Starch.
100 boxes Canilles, 20 pounds each.
25 bbls. "Mountain Dew," WIII8Kh
10-bbls. "Rhocr" Ryo WhiBky," vcjy choice.
20 bales HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH.
1 bale Twine. Landing and for tio by
U10 Mt Y COljlA ?St CO.,
Corner Qncon and Philalolpliia streets.
Octobor 26 0
FL0?R, CHEESE, BllTTIR, SUGAR,
1 A A BBLS..FLOUR, SUPER AN) EXTRA;
JLv/\/ 00 kegs prime Buttor.
60 boxes E. D. Cheese.
90 boxes primo Goalton Cheese.
25 half chests Hyson Tea.
10 half chests Black Tea.
60 bbls. 8tuart'B C and A Sugar.
25 bbls. Stuart's Crushed Sugar.
30 bbls. Cuba Muscovado Sugar. !
60 boxes Family Soap.
30 bags primo Rio Coffee.
AS ALSO A FULL ASBOBT?EK) OF :
PAPER, ENVELOPES, MATCHES, 8WEE_ OIT...
Blacking, Yeast Powder, 8up. Carb. 8o?b, Mustard, Pop
per, Spice, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Lorillard's Snuff
and Fino Cut Tobacco, etc. For salo l>w by
H. GERDT8 & CO.,
. October 21_12*_JR. 195 East Bay.
WINE, LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
A f\ BBLS. GIBSON'S CHOICE feOURBON AND
*_:\J MONONGAHELA WHISKY,
10 eighth casks fino French Brandy.
6 quarter casks Sherry Wino.
6 quarter casks Port Wine,
100 uOxcb Claret.
160 boxcB Assorted Win?? ohid Liquors.
60 boxes Wolfo's Schiedam Bclmapra.
10 quarter casks Vinegar.
260 boxes Manufactured Tobacco.
For sale low, by H. GEBDT8 k CO.,
October 21 12* No. 195 East Bay.
LEAP TOBACCO! LEAF TOBACCO!
OASES OF FINE 8EED LEAF TOBACCO?FIL
LERS, binders and wrappers.
For salo by H. GERDT8 k CO.,
October 21 12* No. PJ5 East Bay.
-LOUU 60 SACKS TURK'S ISLAND SALT
100 BBLS. BEEF
100 BBLS. AND HALF BBLS. PORK
200 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR
300 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR
200 CHEESE?DIFFERENT KINDS.
For sede cheap for cash by
GEO. W. CLARK ?Si CO.,
October 13 No. 1_5. Meeting-street?
Heidsieok & Go's. Champagne,
npHE PUREST, BEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE
Call and purchase of
GEO. XV. CLARK Sc CO.,
October 13 No. 145 Meeting-street.
"L?ft?OES ! LIQUORS !
INCLUDING A MOST EXTENSIVE SUPPLY OF
everything in the LIQUOR RUSINESS,
. snail as :
200 bbls. "WHISKY, some old, aomo splontlid, and
aomo very oheap
10 quarter casks BRANDY
100 pacltacea WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, ST.
CROIX RUM, PORT WINK, Ac, &c.
3000 caaes WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, Ac, Ac.
Call at our large Solve Booms, No, 146 MEETING
GEO. W. CLARK Si CO.
BOXES GLASS, BEST AMERICAN
3 DOZEN PUTTY KNTVE8:
20 PAPERS GLAZIERS'.POINTS
5 TUBS PUTTY
1 KEG WHITING.
All for salo at prime cost by
til At. XV. CLARK ?Si CO.,
October 13 - IVo. 145 Meeting-street.
"TTi-lEOT FROM BOND? -
?J ''MechanV IRISH WHISKY
i "Orescent" Madeira
"Otard" and "Cogneio" Brandies
BOURBON WHISK Y.flnesi in market
J. X*. KAVASIAII, Ne>. 84 East Bay.
October 13_: lmo
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, ETC.
ff_r_ CHEAPEST. LARGEST, AND BEST ASSORT
X. MENT of PRENOH WINDOW GLASS,- Oils,
Leads, and Paints, also a flno assortment of Wooden
Ware, Cotton, .Spirits Turp?ntino and Rosin, received In
oxchango for goods. , ?
*'.. :.' - AUSTIN _ ALBEE,
OtoberlO lmo No. 42 Harkot-etrcet.
?, tOT "WROUGHT IRON, VARIOUS 8IZ?8. ALSO,
; a lot PLOUGH IRON, expected dally. Any sizes
not ' on band can be furnished an short aotlco. Terms
cash. AJICH. MoLEIBH,
October 14 smth No. *j Oumbyland-street.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING. RETURNED TO THE
City, will contract for all kinds of H ??8E-BUTLD
INGr AND REPAIRING. W..H. 3RUVER,
No. 144 Wonttorth-Btreet,
Or at DawsoH k Bt? okuan's, No. 17 Brthd-street.
8optember7. . ..- -...... I. - thstn
XVATCIIKS. DIAMONDS, JEW_,RY; "Dit _
GOODS AND PERSONAL PB0P3RTY OP
'" -' .! EV_RY DESCRIPTION
WILLIAM H. I)E
?r No. 0 BEAUTAIN?8TI__a
Sj-Choap Watohci for
Sept??aber 30 ? - .. . ?j .- irtl
? -...ri -r '
rtXLXE TJND-ftSIGNED,' -ANTJ^AOWil ?R OF. ?AST
SPRINGS. Ilydraullo Jacke?,.. Steam e id Hydratdlo
k Snst^iTsyAmiTiTiiXgo Joint _ _
Patent Cork Railway BprlBist and sol importer of
Butcher's Bolld Cast Steel Tyro, Cast I eel Rails and
Frews, Oyclop's,.Cast and Spring Steel lice, Aa, and
Davy Bro; 'Steain^Haintnors? otJefB for Jo. to RaUiraf
Comparai?- any articles of hlsrnako or t ??o under bis
control, on tho mcxeMIbcral tMT?S.. ,we '
Z vX PfflMP &; 1 8TICE,
'No. 1 ?North Cth^stKet,' pi aelelphla.
. i./..., ?..?:? KO. _t 0__ nWtc\
, Or thxpagh UsAf?ni?_' '<"' ?> B-"*'1?J ??^
September 7 tbitnlbno Oh? letton, a C.
Rice, Flour, Cheese,* Rope
A NU OATS.
~t f\f\ BAOH GOOD QUALITY HICE
JL V/ \J 1 0 bags medium ?piulity Rloc
2U0 bbin. cbctip ?mallty Rico
100 bblB. Extra and Super fino Flour
20 Cho o Ki .'.;IIh1i Dairy Chrrso
60 coi s Manille II? mp % Inch Press Rope
100 c?ils Kentucky Hemp )< inch Halo Hopo
160 baga Heavy Wor-toru Cat?, 3 bushels ouch
100 boxes ToMOOOf different qualities
6 bales'II??vy Cotton (Isnaburgs
60 whole and half tierces Salt.
For ealo by - J*. N. RODBON,
October 26 _ *JJ_ _ No. 02 East Bay.
Just Rec'ed per Steamer.
t)A WHOIiE BOXES RAISINS
?l\J 20 halfb? _?'B RnisiriH
10 bnxi'M Pino Apple Cbecso
26 gross Telegraph anil Parlor Matches.
G. DAVIS & CO.,
.October 20 3 No. 243 King-street.
Cif\ CASES PRIME IMPERIAL CHAMPAGNE.
_y \J HI cases Orcen Heal Champagne.
20 oases Champion Champagne.
10 ruses Imperial Cabinet Champagne.
20 baskets Hcidmck Cbanipaguo.
(J. DAVIS _ CO.,
October 25. _No. 243 Klng-strcot.
THE 8DBSORIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS
friends und customers, and the publie in general,
that ho has reopened his old store, Southeast oornor of
MEETING and MARKE -STREETS, whore he now of
fors for salo the following articles, such as
BARRELS and tinder CRUSHED and A, B and EXTRA
Barrels Brown Sugar
Bags Java and Rio Coffer.
Chests Hyson; Imperial, Gunpowder, English Break
fun st, and Oolong Teas
Kegs Choice Batter, English Dairy, | Goshen and Lim
i i ALSO,
A full assortment of CROSSE k BLACKWELL'S ENG
. L1SU. PICKLES, and Colcman's EngUsh Mustord ? '
Boxes Under wood's Extra Tickles '
Boxes of Fresh ?Salmon, Lobsters, Spiced Salmon, add
kogs of Dutch Herrings
60 do7.on Undorwood _ DudJcy's Fresh Tomates
Cates Extra Fine Sardines
BarTelB, half-barrels and kits No. 1 Mackerel
Half-barrels Choice Fulton Market Beef
Barrels ?Choice Sugar-Cured Hams, and Edwards' Extra
Barrels small pieces H reist Bacon
1 barrel Extra Large Siee Smoked Tongt-rs
6 gross Preston ? Merrill's Infallible Waist Powder.,
Together with' a full assortment.01 uthnr ?*ii?ilcE
groceries. n. a. am me.
October 25 . " '2
GEO, % WILLIAMS & CO.,
Merchants and Bankers,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFEIt FOR SAIiE ON FAVORABLE TERMS:
"I AAA COILS HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
JLw Vy VJr 200 bales Gunny Bagging and Twine
1000 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
300 bills. Codeo Sugar, A, B and C
200 bags Rio and Java Co flee
100 bbls. Molasses and Syrup
_?0 ooxes Adamantine and Sperm Cantiles
100 boxes Tin, I O and I _
100 boxes Window Glass . .
100 bbls. Whlto Wine and Cider Vinegar
100 bbls. Copperas, Bluo Stone and Epsom Salts
3000 bbls. .Tarvie' Island Guano
Soda, SogoTB, Tobacco, Mackerel, Starch, Spl
. ces, -c, &c.
?OLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES, STERLING
' AND NEW YORK EXCHANGE,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
BALES GUNNY CLOTH
m McCarthy Gins.
For Bato by FERGUSON k BARKER,
October 21 C No. 4 Brown's WTiarf.
-I "I ^^?J-E^IARKH' FTIENCH FAMILY SOAP
__XV_' U0 boxes' Primo Qoshcn Cheese.
Just received and for salo low by .
McKAY k CAMPBELL,
Nob. 80 and 82 Hascl-Etrcct, next Post?nico,
J. D. KAVANAGH, Agent,
NX). S3 EAST BAY.
Octobor 21 Imo _!
IN CASES, ftc. - -
Schnapps ' '
Old Tom Gin . ., .
. Eyo Opener
Royal Windsor Bitters
J. I?. KAVANAGH,
Octobor 13* lmo: No. 8_ East Bay.
SAWED CEDAR SHINGLES.
For sale by TROUT i: AM8BURY,
N. W. Corner Marked and East Bay-streets.
T. B. TROUT wUl.be happy to seo his old friends and
customers as above. September 26
FAIRBANKS & CO.'S
COALAND HAY. RAILROAD DEPOT, PLATFORM
AND 'COUNTER SCALES, ail si_os. ?
J. _ F. DAWSON,
No. 96 East Bay,
October 2 ' lmo* * " Agenta.
CROCKERY AT WHOLESALE,
AT Ko. IX HAYNE-HTREET, .
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
jHARRAL, NICHOLS AGO.,
j MANTJFACTUBK?B, IMPOIl T EUS AND DEA?SUS IK
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Coach and
. j Harness Trimmings, ?fee, &e, ;
Haael-street, South aide, Second door East of King,
CHARLESTON, g. O.
THE BUBBORIBEKS HAVE RESUMED THEIR
bualncfis at the above named stand, ahd hopo soon to
bo fully prepared to furnish their former ourtom??? and
friends with aR such goods as are usaally kopt in their
lino of business. - lmo** Octobor 18
_____-:-.___. ... ...
<t\ :_ ?i, ?. .
I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY OLD OTTS.
' TOMEIIS and tho publto gcnorally that, having had
my Workshops turned over to mo, which have boon oo*
cuplod by Govommont for' mechanic?1 purposes since
last February, I am now prepared to do BLACKSMITH
WORK In general, and repair Safea. Letter And Printing
'Presses, and make and repair HoiatlDg Machines for
Stores. Al?o, WHEELRIGHT WORK in g?Jnoral.
Order? for any of the above work will bo promptly at
tended tO.7^- ?TTrT ABOH'D McLKISH.
.VOtttbheiVl' .'i ' ' '-I *" * ' ' " . 6
H0LBBB8 OP MERCHANDISE
WHO WISH TO WEMJUB IMMEDIATELY, WILL
con salt thOr Int*rc?rta by consigning, tho same to
?. -./. , -V .?^r-^rjrT j^gj B 0AlnliIj>
General Commission Merchant,
September 11 9moa Augntrta, Ga.
Ftttioy (foods ami Sundries.
Kifav&nixvii St son.
THIS DAY, 2ettli**-t_?ibf; ht oeirSalei? Rouira, corner
8tato and Ckalun-rs-atrcutivat hall-past 10 O'clock, will
An Invcdco of STAPLE FANCY OOODH, lot SUN
Conditions cash. e'etobrr 'ill
Desirable Building Lot?Sold on aixoxad t>f all ?*/,-.
BY WILBUK Si SON.
THIS D?\Y. 2Cth Instant, nt our Hale? llooinn, comer
State? and CneUiucrs-stroot?, at half-pa.?t 1? o'clock, will
J^-SUff. All that dcnirablo LOT OF L?\ND, sit?alo at
?B_I ""' "ortbeast corner of Mill and Lueau-strcot*.
|H$1 next to mill basin; lot measuring in front 60
L_5? feet by 125 f??et In doptil.
CoinlltiotiH cuhIi. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
A Good Schooner, totth. Sails, and all her Tackle.
iiv now Kits ?sTsibCOX.
Will ho wild, THIS DAY, ut 12 o'cloo'e, at the East end of
Heim-1-Htrrut. by order of *h<- Port WardeiU, for Ibe.
benefit of nil conoarned.
Tho Schooner TRY ME, an she now ll?*s at tho
foot of _a?e?l-etrci-t, with all h-r Tackle and Ap
Her Sails can bo seen at any tluie before tho
Sale*, at No. 6il King-street. October 2e*.
Hams and Halter.
RY LAUR.-Y AND A 1.1 f.X A \1>! It.
THIS DAY, the 2Cth inst., wiU !? sold, in our Sales
Rooms, Nos. 140 and 142 Mcct'.g-strtet, at 10 o'clock,
6 kegs Butter.
1 Superior GOLD WATCH.
Conditions cash. Oetober ?6
JAJIT?S AV. BUOWN Si CO. *
Will sell THIS DAY, In front of Ihclr SalcB Rooms,
Nos. 13*1 and 138 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock, -
Roots, Shoes. Dru Goods, ?Ce.
BY M1LUG?N Si SON.
THIS DAY, aeith lust., at our Store, No. 20 Vendue
Range, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell,
3 cases Men's and Boy's BOOTS AND SHOES
Dry Goods, Ac, A:c., to dose consignments
40 bushels Cotton Scc?l
300 bushols Cabbage and Okra Seeds.
? Empty Sacks
? lbs Manilla and Hemp Twlnu
. Cotton Bagging and Rope
Sundry nrtlolcH Furniture
Mattresses, Looking Glass
Handsome Parlor Stoves, Crockery ?
1 lot Glass. Shades, with sundry other articles.
BY MeKAY AND CA9IPUELT,.
Will sell at Auction, TO-MORROW, 271b inst., at 10
o'clock, tho balance of stock of Messrs. TURNER k
LEWIS, removed to our Sales Rooms for convenience
of sale, and solel by order of the assignee,
GROCERIES, LIQUORS AND WOODEN WARE.
Salo of FURNITURE, ENGRAVINGS, CARRIAGES,
HORSES, Ac, immediately after above salo.
Particeelara in advertisement to-morrow.
House and Ijol in Line-street'Jw.ith Furniture, <_e>
BY JOSEPH A. THOLTIO.V.
On WEDNESDAY NEXT, November 1, on the premisos,
No. C Llue-Htreut, west of Mecting-street, at 11 A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a hall-story
wooden Building known as No. G. Tho house contains
0 rooms?i of which arc lathed and plastered. On tho
lot Ih a good weU of water, kc, together with an assort
ment of fruit treos. The lot m?*aseircs 30 by 145 feet, ho
the same moro or less, and is adjoining property of Mr.
Buckhelt. Titles clear. Purchaser pays J. A. T. for all
papers. Terms mado known at sale.
AW, IMMEDIATELY AFTER,
A lot of choice, well-kept FURNITURE, conoisting of :
1 Mahogany Sofa 0 C B Chairs
2 Window Shades 1 H P Bcels'tcad
1 W B Rocker 6 assorted Tables
1 Wire Safo 1 Bureau and glass
12 W B Chairs 1 C B Rocker
1 Mahogany Sideboard 2 superior Clocks, in order
1 superior Cook Stovo, with fixtures, and in order
Lot assorted Crockery, Tin, Glass and Eartheji ware.
Books, Spittoons, together with various other articles, as
Terms cash on elclivery.
House, kc, can be examined.
October 20 thstuwl
<??__??_____????? _ __???????????
Exchange or Sale. ,
BY B. McCALL. i
A DESIRABLE FARM of 22 acres well fenced; COT
TAGE of six rooms and every necessary out-building,,
good water, ? puro air, eligibly located near tho railroad
in tho Village or Greenwood, Abbeville District, S. C,
a_I bo exchanged for clly property, merchandise or ne-i
gotiablc paper, Ac. ; or sold at a reasonable price on sat
isfactory terms. Apply as above, at
October 26 thsm3 No. 51 BROAD-STREET. ..
Rutlcilge Avenue Building Lot.
BY WILBUR* & SON.
At Private Sale, ail that vacant LOT OF LAND, sltuato '
In Rutledgo Avenue, one door from tho northwest cor
nor of Nunau-strcct. Lot 45 feet 8 inches by 120 feet In..
also, . ,'
SEVERAL FINE FARMS AND PLANTATIONS near
tho City. -
LARGE AND SMALL DWELLINGS IN THE CITY.
For particulars and terms, apply to us, as above, ' :
CORNER STATE AND CHALMERS-STS.
_. Desirable Farm to Rent.
BY JOHN S. HIGOS Si CO.
Will bo rented, that DESIRABLE FARM, containing '
fifteen acres of high land and four acres of low, with fine ' '
landing on Ashley River, and a good Dwelling thereon,
containing four upright rooms and requisite out-build- -
inge, all in good order. Tho land Is very productive for -
market gardening, and la well known as Macbeth's j
Farm, situated at tbo foot of Grove-street, near tho Race ,
This is a fino Farm, and to an enterprising person will '
prove lucrative. Apply at our Office,
October 25 No. 4, STATE-STREET.
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
G L OTHING!
mnE 8UB8CRIBEB8 RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
X ?t_ens cf ' Charleston, and tho public genoraUy,
that the>V can bo found at tho OLD 8TAND, No. 213
KING-8TR?ET, under the Victoria Hotel, wbere they
offer for salo one of the largest assortments of READY
MADE CLOTHING in Uio city, suitable for Men's, BoyB*
and Children's Wear. "
A good stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. AU
of which thoy will sell at prices to suit the times. Please
call ?nd examino our Stock.
GEORGE LITTLE A. CO.,
No. 913 King-street,
October 7 ,lmo Under the Victoria Hotel.
OF THE A,
THE 8UBSORIBER8 WILL COMMENCE. IN THE.
City of Charleston, early In November, a FAMTLY
JOURNAL, to bo known as the
HE1SI? L Y RECORD.
.* It wiU contain eight pages of fine paper and clear
type, and will make, when bound, a volume of perma
Whilo containing all tho latest religions Intelligence
from the churches at homo and abroad, it will also con
tain a weekly digest of social, mercantile, and political
intelligence, as well as general information on literary,
scientific and agriculturalsubjects, making ajournai uc- ; -t
contable to tho city and country reader. . I
Ministers throughout tho Soqth, acting as agents and -
receiving subscriptions, will bo entitled to a copy.
TERMS. ' ju
For opo copy for six months..$2.00
Tor one copy for one year..,....< .4.00- A
CLUB RATES. *
For ten copies to one address, for six months.$16.00
For ten copies to ono address, for ono yea?.30.00 t
All subscriptions to elate from tho first of tho month .,
in which received. - ?
Ono square.ft .*** ??
Every subs?quent Insertion..-.'...1.00" "'
? Contracts mado on reasonable terms.
Subscriptions W?I bo rocol,vod at RUSSELL'S an_ ' '
COURTENAY'S Book Stores, and at the offlceB of COU- .
BIBB and DAILY NEWS.
U. 8. BIBP:.,.F. A. MOOD. .
4??reAddwisa "WHEKLY RECORD,'' Key Box No. 3."
.Octobor 14_ ? . i?
'., D. O'NEILL, & SONS, *
MANUFAtTrOnzns AND DBA?E_8 IN ' ' '
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 37-Iviiigf-street, . ;
CHA BLR ?TON, S. O.
-',,*30N?rANTLY Pit HAND A LARGE STQOK QF
FINE FU? AND WOOL HATS,
FOB MEN AND _0?S.
September ? 2m o*