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K i fi, BARLEY, WHEAT,
1 15 RIVI >'G DAILY, AND CARFFULLY SELECTEl
J\ roi: FALL PLAN'l INO. Venons needing MIC!
Seed, miad i" your orders, that taey miy bo tilled o'
SS STOKE AND POlt SALE: oRN
200'i BUSHELS PRIME WHITE BALTIMORE"
3000 bushels Prime White Western Corn
2500 bushels Prime Yellow Yf'estern Corn
5000 pf ai uti s Bran
3 '00 lbs. Shorts
300 bales Prime North River Hay.
250 bales PBIVIE NORTH UlVE?>???LDWELL :
TO AMUVE BY THE SCHOOSEB ??BN ME sL AND j
GRIST, CRLCRED CORN. " JOHN BINNS,
FLOUR. t6 yow Custom-House.
No. 219 East Bay, opf mwa3
September i4 .-" " "
Si UV ,-kuA, pLoufl. I
N*^ItBAGS EXTRA FLOOR
9 O A Q0-W bags Eitra Flour
?IKJXJ \?(, pllis. Extra Flour
"75 bb s. Superfino Flour.
a daiiv receipt, direct from tho Mid, pureba
^'"'f.iroend upon getting an article they eau recom
sers rrnl. !?t .",." vvic0 tuan same good* can bo impovt
North? J- N.KOBSON.
e??pfimber 24 mwft No. 6i East Bay.
GR?'DB TUBPENTINB WANTED
?/\f\ BBLS. CRUDE TURPENTINE WANTED.
4UU Apply to . J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
Septem ?er 22 2_No. 125 E?-t Bay.
IDA BBLS. LOW PRICED FLOUR.
1 O KS For salo by . X. J. KERR & CO.
September 2 ? *. _ 2
A?~\dJ?\ BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN MIXliD
Ht V/ K)\J CORN, ia 2 busutl bag.".
' For .nie low by T. J. KERR k CO.
CORN ! CORN! , ,
For salo ??." EaHt (5lkV.
OFFER FOR SALE AS FOLLOWS:
A ? \i\ SACKS WHITE CORN
i? yj k./ 30 hhls Sides and Shoulders
K8 barrels Furn Old Bourbon Whiskey
42 barrels Monongahela Whiskey
15 eightii casks Pure French Brandy
4 quarter casks T. Hine k Co's Brandy
10 barrels Holland Oin
]5 casks Rum
For salo low at NO. 173 EAST BAY.
September 22_ 3
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
WANTED, 20,000 POUNDS CLEAN WASHED WOOL.
We wilt pay Lom 35 to 40 cents per pound.accord
lng to quality.
Also, RAGS, HIDES, SKINS, kc.
Apply to MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 4, ? and 8 Vendue Range.
??fOolumbia Carolinian insert 1 month and Bend bill
to this office. Imo_August 27
TO WHEELWRIGHTS, CABINET
MAHERS AND CA IIP EN TE RS-A
PU I Uli: AHT1CLE.
Pf f\ / \ f\ FEET POPLAR PLANK, WIDE, FROM
?UUU % to 1)i thick
10,000 feet White Oak Plank, wide, from \y? to 4
60.C00 feetSeaBoned V,i Flooring Boards i
On hand, for sale, cash, by
WHARTON Sc PETSCH,
C AR WORKS AND STEAM PLANING MILLS,
Corner Line street and Railroad Avenue.
September na_ 2
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
TUB 171"DERSIGNED IS THE SOLE PROPRIETOR
nf the above named article, being the successor of
the original manufacturer.
Haviug obtained letters patent for said article, he
hereby warns all persons against manufacturing or at?
tempting 10 manufacture said article.
All vend-rs of the "GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
TOBACCO" must obtain it from me directly, or from
my authorized agent-*.
The following aro my sole authorized agents at
present. O ibera will be tidied.
Walker, Farrar k C"., Netrbern; Northrop k Oum
mlngs, Wilmington; H. D. Tool, Tarboro; Ashton ii
Emerson, Portsmouth, Ya.; Adolph Berry, No. 172
West Pratt-street, Baltimore; March, Price k Co., Ko.
91 Water-street, New York; W. O. Bennett & Co.,
Charlestou, 8. C. J. R. GREEN.
Durhams, Orange County, N. C., June 15.
August 10 2rao
South Carolina Lime & Cement,
THE ABOVE? WILL BE FOUND AT WM. JOHN?
SON'S, at tho BAST END OF LAUttENS-STttKET.
Attention is rosppctfully invited to the following,
emanating from tho mi st practical knowledge and
largest experience; ia the South :
GRANITEVILLE, 8. C., August 4th, 18-6.
Messrs Chixnlm Urns :
GENTLEMEN-Yours, in relation to the Lime, came
duly to hand. I must say that 1 prefer tue SOUTH
CAROLINA LIME to Northern Lime. I was not aware
that it could be obtained, or I should have orderod it in
preference to any other. We commenced using it at
Graniteville iu 18'9, and hive used ovor a thniiRMid
barrel". We have had frequent oceaBious to take d ?wu
and alter work a fe* months old, aud.found mo Lime
perfectly hurd am! solid. We are now i nning down a
wall erected during the war, an 1 And it extremely dilll
cnlt to clear toe bricks. Indeed, I havo ' everseou
stron/tv walls of thirty years' standing. Masons often
coud ina tho Limo from ignorance of i s qualities, as
not being as strong as Chomaston, thinking p. required
moie ti makr- the taiiio quantity < f mortar. I am sa'
isilod, from my own experience, that it is a mistake, lt
will go quiie as far, and when ured in the ?Uto th -t
masoiiB term "ucak mortar," it will, in a tow days, set
so s r?ugly as to make a bond superior to anything ex?
cept Hydraulic Lime. Yours trnlv,
President of the Graniteville Manufacturing Co.
Wo have used the South Carolina Lime tinco HR first
introduction into this market to the presout time, ind
agree with Mr. GREOG that it makes stronger mor ar
than toe Eastern Limo. We also boliive that lt will
staud Mils climat'? belter than other limo in'uso We
have atsf.usjd the South Carolina Cement, made at the
same place, whenever wo could got i:, for all work
where water was not encountered; and bell-vo that for
rough ca^ti 'g the exterior of buddings it is superior to
Hydraulic Cement. Verv respectfully,
"WALTER CADH. J. 'W. DEVfcREAUX k BRO.
JNO. STKOHECKER. JAMI'S P. EARLE.
R. H. LUCAS. C. C. TRUMBO.
EDW. B. MILLER. W. H. GRUVEB.
THEO. A- SMITH. -JAMES ARCHER.
5'? .,^i?,.,?i; J- A- * T- L- SANDERS.
S'?, ENGLAND. G.O. WHARTON.
H.G.DUFrUS. li. W. ChOHS.
DAVID LOPEZ & 80NS.
ENGINEER'S OF FIFE. )
CHARLESTON, s. C., August 28th, \MG. \
lbe l ime 2ua(ie at the Colleton Limo Works on
coper uiver, m this State, I have used, and cousfdor it
quHitou not superior to any Lime imported lo thit?
r ar"u E. B. WU Tl E,
Civil Engineer and Architect.
Korn m G^RTESTON, s C., September 31,16%.
C*"Ct im?pe.rtau?" iM *hl> use of ,ha Liiuo and
baie r'*!V: ,c,W!ed ?t tll? "?oilMon Limo Works," 1
BiiperioHo^i'101'1} cuting that they aie equal 11 not
market; S,rihtriu,at.e,lal!S of like character sold in this
heartily r.c ,;,,"?,,)!^"' of economy, are cheaper. 1
and c'itraot"'U tbtlie artl?l K to the us?, cf builders
8' FRANCIS D. LE'i.
wm. JOHNSON, Affent
For South Ca.,,;,,, , . , ' a8?ul'
Scptt mbcr 24 * ll,Ja Llmo Bud Cement Works.
BOWERS % siLCOX,
No. 127 Meeting Street, oppHte'tho
r\S fl WD CONSTANTLY: FAR??, prANr.vnovo
\) H'lU.sKS AM) l.01'> for s?!i ,(f ,.^1tI0^S
pr,,,,-,., t-i re-eivo a!, kinds of G,01^ ^RtS A'JI'?J
M I- < HAN i'l -E. PUUOUCE, cte , on . :. ".".",,
Also. Ki: NIl'UHE HOU.SK8. AND V.^Vi .V l.c ' ?
ev.r.v i .scrip i ," "". MU,. Will also giv? 0"r Si.e<-i?
attcntio, to uUT DOOU SALES. 3mos S.'i,emL?r 3
?min sar DOCKS
HAVING UNDERGONE A TnOIlOTTGH AND COM
PLEi'E REPAIR, aro now ready to receive all Yes
1 sela ne/ding ta? saino.
For particulars apply to
" JAMES G. & D C. MARSH,
,, . Marsh's SSIiip yard.
? Now York Herald, Wilinirgton Journal/. Savan
I nali H?rald, and Jacksouvillo Union innert as abov
and send b.ll and copy of paper to J. G. & D. Q, M.
b'eptember 19_ wfoiC
! NEW RATES
AS LATELY AGREED TO BY
SUBMITTED TO THE BOARD OF TRADE,
RATES NOW IN USE.
PRINTED AND FOR SALE BY
JOSEPH WALKER, Ag'fc.
Ko, 120 Meeting Street,
Peptcmber 21 CORNER OF MARKET.
PARLOR AI ATCHESI
PARLOR MATCHES II
PARLOR MATCHES tl?
?xAu^Iuuiore, IuuKo "fiuduc'??nents to the"trado?"
KING & OASSIDEY,
Hepfcmbor 22 NO 151 MEKTINK-STltrET.
IN GREAT VARIETY, AT
KING- & CASSIDEY'S,
Peptembet 22 _NO. 151 MEETING-STREET.
INDIA RUBBER "
A FINE ASSORTMENT, AT
KING & CASSIDEY'S,
September 22_NO. 151 MEETISft-STREET.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Colton Factors and Banters,
Nos. 1 und 3 II A Y NE-S PRE KT,
. CHARLESTON. S. C.
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MARKET
COILS HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
li?Uv/ 2(1? bales Bagging!
60 hhda P. R. aud Muscovado Sugars
500 bbls A. B, 0, Cn shed and Powdered Sugars
200 bbls. Wost India Molasses
100 bbls. Sugar HOUBS Syrup
60 hhda. Muscovado and Cuba Molasses
100 bbls White Wine and Cider Vinegar
1000 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
1000 bas s Kio, Java and Laguayra Coffee
400 dozen Paluted Buckets
Powder in whole, half and qnar'er kegs, also in canis?
ters cf one lb. and half lbs.
1000 bags Shot, assortod sizes
500 bbls. Flour, Extra, Super and Fine
Copperas, Epsom Salts, Blue Stone, Madder, Indigo,
Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Starch, Crate's Soaps, bar and
fancf, Soda in kegs and boxes, Teas, Caudles, Macke?
5000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, Seamless Sacks,
6000 sucks Liverpool Salt, Seamed Sacks, Standard
September 10 Imo
3N AND AFTER THE ?3D INST., 1600, PASSENGERS
arriving on tho South Carolina and Wilmington
: aDd Man<-h't*ter trainB will bo iurniahed with DINNER
AT RINGVILLE. C. A. SCOTT.
KinHVillo. S. O., September 21, 1800.
September 22 C
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY. ASTROLOGY, PHRE?
NOLOGY AND PHYtilOGNOMY-four of tho most
sublime Sciences that can occupy tho human mind- I
has located at No. '.ll BROAD SIRE KT, third door
from Kiug street. She gives a general invitation to
all who desire to consult on business of importance.
Thero is no question which may not bo accurately
answerod, and much misery avoided by a timely inquiry |
of thu Mar of Astrology. She possesses a magnetic power
of healing, mid desovilles alt tllrea-.es, and tolls them at
once whether it is curable, and save muny dollars.
Knntemht-r 17 Imo*
THE SUBSCRIBER \
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO HIS FRIENDS,
aud tte puolic generally, that he has res uni od me
COOPERAGE BUSIN r SS at No. - > O HT ll COMM1?R
OIAL.WHAUF. In rstiiruing his thank* tor past lavors,
he respectfully solicits a continuance of the samo.
September 10 ?. mth8*
FOR SALE, i
t.f\ SHARES ROME LOAN AND BUILDING AS?
IA J SOCIATION STOCK.
Apply nt tills ottioe. July 13
ATEN-HORSE ENGINE IN COMPLETS ORDER;
also, a TWENTY-FIVE HORSE ENGINE, and 20<J
barrels ROSENDALE CEMENT.
A pply Rt No. i CUMBERL AND STREET.
September 12 wi ms
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWO THIRTY INCH CYLINDER BOILEBS, TWEN?
TY-FIVE long, very little used, Will bo sold low,
if applied for immediately, at
WILLIAM R. HFNEREY'S,
July 9 mwf ?Io. 314 Mneting-strpet,
KESPECTFULt.Y ANNOUNCES TO DIS FRIENDS
. and tho public generally that he has opened a
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND FEED STORE at No. 219
EAST BAY, opposite tho New Custom Houso. He so
liciu a slu^e ol* tho public patronage. He. will keep a
supply constantly on hand of the following articles,
which he will dispose of at tho lowest market rates:
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HA?, BRAN AND SHORT*.
August 17 118
No. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES.
TIC RICE. An assortment ol all grades .con?
stantly on hand. limos June 2S
T7H}R SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROCERS, WINE
.I1 MERCHANTS, AND DRUGGISTS, and Wholesale
lt, FUNK, Jr., Sole Agent,
No 66 Libertv Street, N. Y
August 21 3mo?
rnilE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO .LEI
JL City, will contract lo,- ali kinds ol HoU-E-I<UiLL
ING AND REPAIRING- W.?. ilU'Vi.R,
.c v LAW ON AI BIJIOKU?N'S, NO. 17 iiroad-strot.i,
Soptembct I tnt
We are offering a large and
attractive stock of FALL AND
WINTER DRY GOODS, which
is now complete, embracing a
large stock of WOOLLEN
GOODS, adapted to Planters'
With our facilities for the pur?
chase of Gooda, cur long expe?
rience ia the Southern trade,
and knowledge of the wants of
our people, we confidently ask
au examination of oar Stock. .
W. T. BURGE Ss CO.,
T3JrOIVrriirik3 A V D -TODlllERg,
Np. 4:5 Hayne st.
AWOBD TO ALL!
BY L. SH & SON,
No. 506 KING-STREET.
WEEKLY CONSIGNMENTS OP THR BEST OAK
AND PINE WOOD by Ballroad, for Bale low FOR CASH..
YELLOW PINK LUMBER OF ANY DESCRIPTION,
CUT TO ORDER.
OAK, ASH AND POPLAR, ON HAND AT RETAIL.
WE ARE READY TO RECEIVE CONSIGNMENTS OF
MERCHANDISE ON COMMISSION, to bo sold at Auc?
tion or otherwise. \
TO PLANTERS AND FARMERS.
WILL RECEIVE COUNTRY PRODUCE, HAVING
ample arrangements for reception and storago of
HAY, GRAIN, COTTON,
NAYA Ti STORES, ?fcc.
TO DROVERS AND DEALERS
LOUAGE AND FEED FURNISHED ON REASONA?
BLE 1ERMS, on aU Stock to be sold by us at Auction
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
AITICLES OF FURNITURE
FOR SALE RECEIVED AT ANY TIME.
HORSES AND MULES
ON HAND, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
SipteaborlS tuB2 m4
Sptemner 17 mwf6
J. E. DAPfiAY,
NO. 5 LIBERTY-STREfir, SOUTH SIDE,
CIIAIlL??STUM, S. C.
No. 31 Broad st.,
MANUFACTURER ANI> 'Ml'O' TEH OK HNE S ,1)-.
?LEitY, lLirntss, Trunks, Kin- Caps BRU apu s,
Ortois for tho maiiMfHcluro nf Saddles, Harness, Fire
Caps.Belts, kc, will b? prompt), a ICM ied to, mu? ?II
the liwestcasl1 pri?es. UH resp, ci full ? uiviiiw l.is eily
and (Olin i ry f ri"ii<l 3 to call ai rt t lamme. In? stuck bulart;
purclasing. Don't mistake the iiHinix r
No 31 1WUA? STREET.
September IO mwilmo
-Is^TN. l'Oit LIVERPOOL.-T HE Al
i>'!r'r?4vni,Jrica" Ship "IDADILLY," David Stearns,
^i^i?L The ?'',';v7.01't0MS bul'lheui ? now loading for
i ol' Freight Engagements, apply to
Scomber 12 " ,A ., GI,?BES k CO.,
---if_ No. 10 Adger's South Wharl.
.ii?s^j.'or v'ji,.unow londmg for tho above port.
A or i relgut eng^em,.,,^, apply to P
POU NEW Y OK lt.
THE SIDE-WHELL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF, ON SAT.
UH PAY, iQlh Heplembor, at - o'clock.
Shippers ol' Cotton must present permit of Revenut
Tax Collector boloro engagements will be made.
September 24 RAVENEL k CO., Agents.
New ?ork and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY*
FARE REDUCED TO 825.
Gearatr cadi Port ai ar j Alternate Thursday,
HTKAManiP EMILY VJ . SOUDER,
13 4.1-x. TJ.. -V7. LonnrwrooE.
CAITE. C. P. MAKHHMAN.
mHBSK STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCT
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELINC
PUBLIC, having suporior accommodatioas for PaBueu
rjera, ? Ith tables supplied by ovory luxury tha New Yoi!
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, epo*
Mad comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
IT7ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF Ol
VV THURSDAY, September 27, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to Ne?
For Freight or Pasjoge, apply at the office of thi
Agonta. WILLIS & OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Whirl.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FO?
FEHN ANDINA, -JACK SON VILLE, AND ALI
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,"
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
WILL SAIL FROM ADGER'S WHARF FOR THE
ABOVE PLACES b</ery Saturday, at 3 o'clock, P,
M.. until further notice.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to thc
Office of the Agency, No. 17 Vandorhorst's Wharf.
J. D. AIKEN * CO., Agents.
&B~ Country papers please copy and send bill t<
agents. September 6
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
EURO IP E -
Y BAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
' Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Balling every WEDNESDAY and BATURDAY to otu
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DKAFrS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain am
Ireland, ar, the very Lowest Rates.
Pa?sougers, on arrival In New York, will have thel
bagsage removed Free, and every care bestowed o:
For Passage, kc, apply to M. M. QUINN,
. i?. (527 Kraa STREBT, CHABLLBTON, S. 0.
Februarv 27 lyr
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPACT'!
CARRYING THE IL S, MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days,
STEAMSHIPS ON THE CONNECTING ON THEPAOOTI
ATLANTIC, WITH THE
NEW YORK.:.GOLDI')4! (JITY
OOlt AN QUEEN.SACh A MENTO
NOr-.TH*:RN LICHT.GOLDEN ACE
COSTA MOA.MONTANA, ka., ka,
ONE OF THU ABOVE LARG hi AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North Rivor, foot
of i.'iiiml-idrect at 12 o'clock, noon, i the 1st, 11th and
?Mst ol every month (except wheu hoi! ilutes fall or
Kundat, and then on thc preceding Siitr/M r ), forASPIN
WU,JJ. connecting via Panama Hallway with ono of thi
I'or.ipa.iy'a .Steamships trum Panam? for s.N* FRAN
i:it>!.'o, winching at ACAPULCO.
I'e|mi-iiiren of 1st and 21st con ned
(iteiitii. !.. for SOUTH PAOll'TO and CL
HAN PO I .'Til. Those of thi' lRt touch m
A d i ?ri ont of ONE-QUARTER fr"??
dt.- ''e i io second cullin and steen ? . i
i 'lins. .Iso, an allowance of "v
lu ??HIL'h rains to clergymen and
.??:?...! t. nebet?; soldiers having hoi?.iv
Om lininlri'il pounds baggage allov.e
'..?:'i?i.'.;c-iu ni'iirs accompany bngiM?.'
?-.i il h Indi. !, and children wilburn
? ..?" ... r-e. iveii on the dodi the ?(? .
?v., .?iMiulMiaf*. railroads, ami pam"-' .
i Al, .v MK ii I
S ? '.NILLO
i >;i;r?J rate.
. re will
1 \ ItTKR oi
i._'h and at
i ! e nailine
>?. no prefe
. ? ?(?<. ii e.i'11 early. , , ..
An aiii'i'iei end .Surgeon on board.
"i\""ll L"*,'. TieketM, ur further '""'f:.!'
IIHV.?""I,',V ricltct Olliee, .'?. '?. \\ .
ANxi-vrKIIET. NORTH BfVW?. M- -
?luly ;j ?u.os n~
?teme *iul ai
[?.ni, a.it>iy a'
m FOOT (7/
:.) i K.
-. .s '.-'en',
REGULAR SIGMI-WEEKLY LINK.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY-RETURNING
WED.SEoDAY AND SATURDAY.
POR NORTH AND SOUTH EDISTO, KOCK
VILLE, A ?VD ISTEUM?DIAT? LAJND
1NGS' THE FAST STEAMER
CAPT. JOSEPH F. TORRENT,
WILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE ON
" TUESDAY, 26th inst., at 6 o'clock A. M.
Freight received datty abd stored without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
CHARLES L. GUILLEAUME,
XT r, Corner East'Bay and Atlantto Wharf.
a. B.-All Freight and Charleston Wharfage payable?
hc|,e- 2 Sop'ember 24
WACCAMAW, BLACK RIVER AND SOUTH
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING STEAMER
IE3 IM! I L I E
CAPT. W. F. ADAIR,
WILL LEATO FOR THE ABOVE PLACES ON
Wednesday, tho 26th instant, at 7 o'elock A. M., *
touching at Waverly and Trapier's Mills. *
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captaln'on board,
or to Al O TTE A. PRINGLE,
September 21_Atlantic Wharf.
FOR BEAUFORT, ST. ?ELENA,
HILTON HEAD AND BLUFFTON.
APTAiN w. T. MCNELTY,
WILL Lit AVE ACCOMMODATION WiARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning w?l
leave Beaufort every Saturday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Ireight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
' FERGUSOV & HOLMES,
, .. - Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-All Freight must be prepaid.
IF -A. 3ST 1ST I IS ,
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
CAPT. w. T. MCNELTY, R
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
TUESDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning-will lave Georgetown every THURSDAY
MORNING, at. 7 o'clock. .
Freight received tho day before sailing.
For Freight or Passago apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
September 14 ,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, 8. C., September 21,1868.1
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, THE 23D INST., THE
Mall and Passenger Trains on this Road will run
as per following schedula.
Leave Charleston 11.16 A. M. Arrive Florence 6.46 P. M.
Leave Florence C.45 A. M. Arrive Charleston 1.16 P. M,
S. S. SOLOMONS, 7
September 21 6 Superintendent
CI1E?AW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD)
CHERAW, September 21, 1868.1
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 24IH INST., THE
Passenger Trains on this Road will run daily
(Sundays excepted) as follows:
Loave Choraw 1.30 P. M. Arrive Florence 6 P. M.
Leave Florence 6.30 P. M, Arrive Cheraw 10 P. M.
B. S. SOLO WONS,
Scp'embcr 21 6 Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
GENERAL SUPFRINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, 8, C., September 19th 1860. J
ON AND APTER SUSPAY, SEPTEMBER 23D THE
Passenger Trains of this Road will run tho follow?
ing schedule: <
Leave Charleston.ll A. M.
Arrive in Augusta.8 P. M.
Leave Augusta.4.30 A. M.
Arrive in Charleston.1 P. M.
Leave Charleston.S A. M.
Arrive in Columbia.1.80 P- >'.
Leave Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Arrive lu Charleston.7.20 P. M.
Leavo Charleston.3.45 P. M.
Arrive iu humniervllle.6-6I P- JJ
Leave Sn m mervin?.7.10 A. M.
Arrive in Charleston.8.26 A. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
September 20 6 General Superintendent.
NO. 16 NORTH WILLIAM-STREET, NEW YORK,
No. 314 Broome-st., Cr. of Bowery, New York.
MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
SHOW CASES, in Silver, German Silver, Rose?
wood, Mahogany Walnut, ..e.
A good assortment always ou hand or made to order
at the shortest notice. Cases shipped tJ any uart or
the United States or Canada, tuthsilmo August 14 _
TOYS, CHINA, AND FANCY GOODS,
BEADS, MARBLES, SLATES, &c, SLATE
STRASBURGER & NTJHN,
NO. ?."' MAIDEN LANE. COR. WILLIAM ST., N. Y.
STR\?BU.;GKR .'t >U1IN UKIN'G NOW THE LARG?
ES V IMPOKTI- Rri in their line, and having laid in
their FUL1, STOCK, KOK CAMI, at Hie lowest gold
rates, are enabled to i: ff'T, for the coining season, ex?
traordinary inducements. Bu.iers w.U do well to favor
them wlth'their confidence and buy at once.
tttf Hail orders promptly exucutod.
August 23 thstnSmo
" OLIVER & CO.,
No. 45 Liberty Street, New York City.
I EATIIE'J AND HUBBUB BELTING, PACKING;
i j ii -SK MACHINERY, AS-J MANUFACTURER'S
O di Tmiiied I eather Belting. Vulcanized Rubber Belt
iiig, Purent S itcho l Rubber Belting, Patent Combina?
tion Ucitlnii, Vulcanized Rubber Hose, Leather HOBO,
(irpno' lu Ilo-e. Iieiiip and Colton Hose Leather and
Rallier Seetion Hese, Lace Leather, Roller Cover
Leather, Mixe.i Rubber P.icklnu, Gum Packing, Pure
Rubber Pac?i g. Cotton Packing, Cutt m Waste, Bob?
bins and -h. tri.-*, Koree Pump.?, Fan Blowers, Turbine
Water Wlv els Saw Mills, Stoim Engines, and Manufac?
turer s Siippiic?, in ?cutral.
August tuths 3mos