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NEW GEORGIA AND RYE FLOUR
OK BBLS. EXTRA. GEORGIA FLOUR, EXCELSIOR
109 bags Extra Georgia Flour, Excelsior Mills;
25 bbl6. now Philadelphia Rye Flour.
BEE HIVE SYRUP,
100 bbls. of the above favoiite brand. J "".", , ,
St \ Li kl HOPE, TWINE, aOAi?, TOB ACCU,
100 coils half inoh Manilla Hemp BALE ROPE
50 coils tbree;eighthsinch MauillaPfessKJ.Pe
100 half coils Kentucky Hemp Rope. T?.dil Mills .? .
60 coile large Rope, Anchor brand
3 bales Kentucky Heap Twine
50 boxes Soap, Family No. 1.. .<
- . AND LANDING.
50 boxes TOBACCO, choice to common
Z^l t?' ?Utt6r' 8mal,E1Za,a}3NC: ROBSON,
October ll Jhsfag^ Ko- 62 EaslBay,
CORN. OATS, HAY, FLOUR,
WIIHAT, illfE, *c. .
LANDING FROM BRI? "NAMSANG," AT KERR'
WHARF! IN LOTS TO 8.U1T P?R0HA8ERS.
0 v-v s\ BUSHELS' PRIME WES I ERN MIXED,
2000 bushels prime.heavy Feed Oats.
800 bushels heavy Maryland SEED OAT4
100 bushels White Seed Wheat .' '
100 bushels Red Seed Wheat "
100 bushels Seed Rye ,
600 bushels Shorts .'.:>.
60 bbls. Extra Hour (Royal York)
20 bbls. fresh Rye Flour
600 bales North Rives Hay. I
The above Seeds have been carefully selected for
planting purposes. ... 1
For sale by ."? ' , ' WEST & JONES.
October 12 ,
,, CORN-, OATS?! &c.
-J A/?YA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN .
\\JXJ\J 1000 bushels Heavy Seed Cato
Landing and in store. For pale by < >
o : ' - SMITH ii TOWER, '
October ll., ._No. 25 Vettrtue Range.
DAVIS* DIAMOND HAMS.
Qfi A SMA^L1 DAVIS' DIAMOND HAMS
?U\J\J 10 barrels Sugar Cured Hams, Strips and
IQ ?rkjn> selected Butter . i r . ;'ri th
20 flrktuB low pticed'Butter \ -* . v ?. T
20 firkin s and barrels Pure L??fLard '
Smoked and Pickled Tongues /
60 bbls. Cut, Loaf and Crushed bugar
60 bbls. A, B and O Sugar ' . / /
25 chests oholoest Teas. J ' i. , .. !
For sale low by G. W. 8TEFFENS & CO.,
Southeast corn' r King and George streets.
Ootoberir ., . j, . ? ;r tbs2 ;?
prr\ nHDS. CHOICE CLEAR BIBBED SIDES
?V^ 4o hhds. choice Shoulders
. CO tierces Plantation, Bacon
... 60 tierces select Sugar-Cured Sams. j '? i
Mow-'liuding and in Storey i?r' sale atireduced figures,
by ' BERNARD 0*NEILL, -
Ootoborl2 -, 2 . , . .Np. ?69 East Bay.,
...... ... - TOBACCO...^..:,. , .
A'i?T 'OF SUPERIOR Vlt?lttfA' SMOKING* TO?|
BACCO, and a small lot CHEWING TOBACCO.
For sale low to close consignment, inlotfl to suit pur
-chasers: BHACKEfFuRD &? FRASER, '
October 12 , .2,. ,. No. 1 Boyce s Co's Wharf.
BAGGING AND GUNNY^ QLOTH.
iiAAA YARDS DUNDEE AND SEA ISLAND
25 bales heavy Gunny Cloth
?ru?.-*.:.. ' 60 coils Rope, .?rv .Vi .; :.?.;.<> /,,
For sala low by OLACIU3 & WlTTJf,- ^,
October la -i i : 2 No SO'E?" Ibl.iM
' StfOOTCj RICO SUGARS. :
?\ Q HHDS. C13OI0E PORTO RICO SUGARS .
. J?O 29 cases Gin,'a Superior article. . :'Uth'i*l ?'
For Bale by ' RISLEY & OUEIGHTON, .
Oor. East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
Boptembor-38,. ~- . - . , . -.
: EDI8T0 RAFT LUMBER.
1??/V ?\fi?~\ FEET1 iii INCH FLOORING i ' il
&\J\\)\jyJ 15,000 feet 8 by 4 i-t?charid 1#.
"rr..-?. ... .... , ,och wld0_ . ,xt t ... i, .... I
Just arrived and for sale bv yv ? . . J
??>'?? . , PERRYOLEAR & HALSEY, .\
i West end Montague-street.,
October ll_?? v .? ,'? : ; Si
LIME, CEMENT, AND BUILD?
?)f\r\f\iB?L8. FRESH EASTERN LIME j .
&\J\J\J 5i'0 bbls. iresh Cement.
For sale at the lowest marlcet prices by
<- TBOIWF A-AMSBURY,
Ootober9 " v V tuths3 ' Nbi/li l^arkftt street.
BANKER ARD COLLBCilON AGBt\T,
NEW-JORK , ? rn, ? . -
''B?ST?N ' A^M^1^^'-':
W&l PfllliADELjpHIA;, / .
' AGENT FOR''''
'???lV?KSAI. Lli?ElNS?fl?Nd? COMPANY' ' . .
TBAVELBE?* ACCIDENT INS?R?NOE' tOM
. PANT 1 ." '.' ' ? . .
BALLWAY INSURAN0? COMPANY.
NO., 1,0 BKOAD STREET,
' CHARLESTON, S. C.
October.ft .r..< .... .y',ti f. BtuthO.
E. B. WHITE,
; : Ci vil/ ENSIN?ER,
ARCHITECT AN? SURVEYOR,
IN REAR OF Tip OFFICE, O F R. M. MARSHALL,
No? ?33 Broad-Street,
October 1 ? ._ ms2 si
KENDALL & DOCKERY,
F-A. O T O Pl S
OHABLESTON, S. O
Liberal advances made on Consignments.
Ootober ll ' Imo
?P-A. O TOS?
BOYCE & C0/S WHARF, '
CHARLESTON, S. O
OctoberU ? ?
?JOH3ST KI?^G ?D GO?,
Nos. 143-145 EAST BAY.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JOHN KING. JonN MCQUEEN.
October 8 ?WOB
GENER AL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES ROOHS,
NOS. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 au?
CHARLESTON, S. Q
April a mwilyr
$>8000 C"NT STOCK ARLESTON SIX PER
$261)0 NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD FIRST
. Apply to I. 8. E. BENNETT,
No..40 Broad-street (np stairs)
October 13 I i
ASUPERIOR ARTICLE OF OIL PASTE BLACKING,
? unrivalled in polish, manufactured only by
AIREY, DORSEY & 0O." Baltimore, Md. On hand, by
recent arrivals, a supply of the abova celebrated
BLACKING. The trade supplied pn favorable terms ny
HAVANA SE Gr ASS I
Qf\ f\C\r\ GENUINE HAVANA SEQ ABS,
0\J*\JKJ\J choic3St brands,
500 lbs. Havana Smoking Tobacco, in lb. and ft-io.
papers, all recently imported.
ALSO IN STOnE : ""k""n nm
A LOT OF CHEWING AND SMOKIN'G TOBACCO OF
different brands. 1 ho above articles aro worthy of in?
spection of persons that need fino Segara and Tobacco,
and will be spld at the lowest marlrot prices, by
No. 12' Meoting street,
October 13 1 Opposite Ice House.
er\ r\r\r\ HAVANA SEGARS, OF CHOICEST
HAVANA SMOKING TOBACCO, in pound and half
? -.' pound papers j recently Imported.
. . ALSO, IN STOBB :
A lot of CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, of
different brands, ,. . _ _ _ ,"
Call and examine ?he above, which I am now selling
at the lowest market price. .
I 1 JOHN SAYAS, \\
. BETWEEN MEETING AND'Klr?ci t'
October 12 _ 3
?The gubscribcrsjiavc just received a
fi?e a^il ^mpleie assortment of the
cjlebrat?d "PER?0SC0PIC LENS,"
in Gold, Silver, Steel and Shell
FraiuesV^ wliich they are prepared to
adapt to all who may stiffer from De
Prices reasonable/and to suit the
No. 307 King st.
Sign of the "Gold Spectacles."
N. B.--The PERE0SC0PIC LENS fitted
to old frames at the shortest notice.
(MERON, BARKLEY & CO,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW MILL
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILL8
SAR AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING ST?EL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL [v COMOTIVE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND CUT SPIKES, Ac.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES, &c, &o.
NO. 150 MEETING STREET.
EESPECTF?LLY ANNOUNCES TO HIS FRIENDS I
. and tho publio Renerally that he has opened a
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND FEED STORE at No. 219 ,
KA SIT BAY, opposite tho New Custom House. He so
Ucitr a snare of the public patronage. Hq will keep a
gustily constantly on hand of the following articles,
whiffn ho will dispose of at the lowest market rates'
F?O?R, CORN, OATS, HAT, BRAN AND SHORrS. '
August 17 118
7<0R SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROCERS. WINE
j MERCHANTS AND DRUGGISTS, and Wholesale
I. PUNK, Jr., Sole Agent,
tfo 66 Libertv Street, ISL Y,
August 21 3mos '
FURNITURE ! READ !
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS
No. 128 Meeting street
(A FEW DOOBB ABOVE THE CHARLESTON HOTEL, )
WT*?^ KEEPING A FOLL STOCK
from tt?&T?M of FURNITURE, suit.ble
,rmnhnrMim" ,L th.6 kt,0?en. He is now opening, and
,tr^ an l nnlr" e?l'e?Tce in one stand on King
rofits ,rePreBe?tation of his goods and small
October 13______ ^ WHITE.
N~o 140 Meeting-street,
OPPOSITE: PAVILION HOTEL.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
MACHINERY, SEEDS, &c.
EXCELSIOR ROLLER GIN,
FOR HAND. HORSE OE STEAM POWER.
DHE HAND GIN WILL TURN OUT ONE HUN?
DRED POUNDS OF GINNED COTTON
PER DAY WITH, TWO HANDS.
AGENTS FOR THE
UNI YEE SAL SAW GIN,
CLEANER AND CONDENSER.
HAND GINS FROM 18 DO ?5 SAWS.
POWER GINS FROM SO TO 100 SAWS.
THE HAND GINS
WILL TURN OUT FROM 500 TO 700 POUNDS
PER DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
THE CLEANER AND CONDENSER ATTACHMENT
is an ENTIRELY NEW FEATUBB, and a great ac?
quisition to the Gin proper. It ls-very simple in con?
struction and operation, and requires no appreciable
forco to drive lt. It serves to separate all the vast
amount of Ano dost and sand from the ginned cotton,
which, by the ordinary process, would be deposited
with it, and bo packed in bales for market. The Con?
denser also prevents the possibility of firing the gin?
ning buildings, even if tho Gin itself could generate
fire (which this Gin cannot do). It occupies but little
Bpace, and may be operated in almost any building,
however small, and when desirable, may be need- in the |
open field. It is entirely portable, and, with the Gin,
forms A COMPLETE GINNING ESTABLISHMENT OF i
ITSELF, which can be moved from plantation to
The saving in the erection of buildings such as are
required for these Gins and Condensers over the cost of
thoao required for other gins, will far e> ceed tho entire
outlay for these improved Universal Cotton Gins and
Condensers complete for use. v
Agents for the CLARK SORGHO MILL and COOK'S
AgentB for ARCHAMBAULT'S PORTABLE STEAM
Agents for the INGERSOLL COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
August 21 tutbs3mc s
The Great Acclimating Tonic.
Wherever HOSTETTER'S' STOMACH BITTERS, the
celebrated American prevention of Olimatio Diseases,
have been introduced into, unhealthy regions, their ef?
fects in sustaining the health, vigor and animal spirits
of those whose pursuits subjected them to extraordinary
risks from exposure and privation, have been wonder?
ful. In the army the superiority of thia article over
every other invigorating and alterative medicine has
become so manifest where used, that it is relied upon,
exclusively, as a protection against Bilious Fever,;<Fever
and Agno and Bowel Complaints of every kind. The
soldiors say it is the only stimulant which produces and
keeps up a healthy habit of body in unwholesome loca?
tions. For the unacollmatod pioneer and senioritis
the moat reliable of all safeguards against sickness,
Throughout tho United States it is considered the most
healthful and agreeable of all tonics, and altogether un?
equaled as a remedy for Dyspepsia. Tho medicinal in?
gredients are all vegetable, and aro held in solution by
the most wholesome stimulant known-the Essence of
Bye. "HOSIEIIER'S BITIEBS" aro manufactured at
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and no less than 60,000 dozen
bottles are sold arnually ny druggists.
?S-A MODEJtN MIRACLE l-FROM OLD AND
young, from richand poor, from highborn and lowly,
comes the universal volco of praise for
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
It is a perfect md miraculous article. Cures baldness,
Makes hau* grow, A better dressing than any "oil" or
"pomatum." Softens brash, dry and wiry hair into
Beautiful Sllkei Tresses. But, above all, tho great
wonder is the rapidity with which it restores GHAT
HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.
USB lt a few tines, and
PRESTO, CHANGE I
o whitest andworst-looking hair resumes ita youthiu
beauty. It doei not dye the hair, but strikes at the root
and Alls it withnew life and coloring matter.
It viii ndt tate a long, disagreeable trial to prove the
truth of this nutter. The first application will do good ;
you will soe too NATURAL COLOR returning every
3EFORE YOU KNOW IT,
the old, gray, (iacolorod appearance of tho hair will be
gone, . giving )lace to lustrous, shining, and beautiful
Ask for Halls Sicilian Hair Renewer; no other article
is at ail liko itln effect. You will find it
CHEAP TO WY, PLEASANT TO TRY
aid SURE TO DO YOU GOOD.
There aro nnny imitations. Be sure you procure thf
genuine, ruauifacturcd only by
R. P. HALL A CO., Nashua, N. H.
For sale by all druggists. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
Ma slyr *_ Charleston.
?ST COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THI8 CELE?
BRATED Toilet Soap, in such universal demand,
a made from the choicest materials, ia mild and
.mollientln its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers,.
February 7 lyr
. 4=v FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
yX?k A superior new Schooner of 322 tors burthen,
ONfc&auitab.'e f?r m7 cargo, now hero leady to load.
Baa Apply this day, to
SHAOKELFORD & FRASER,
No. 1 Boyce & Oo.'s Wharf.
Octobor 13 _?_1
^.j- FOR LIVERPOOL.. - THE AI
Jo?^> American Ship "IDA LILLY," David Stearns,
jjKTO^Mastor, 760 tons burthen, ?B now loading for.
assthe above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to iB?Eg & ^
September 12 No. 10 Adger'B South Wharf.
FOR, LIVERPOOL. - THE A 1
American ship SOUTHERN RIGHTS, L. Ross,
Master, is now loading for the above port.
3e^Ss?For Freight engagements, apply to
. Bb WILLIS & OHI80LM,
Sop tember B " * North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.-MERCHANTS'
LINE.-To sail Wednesday. 17th instant.-The
^Clipper Schooner MY ROVER, HUGHES Master,
_shaving thiee.fourths of her cargo engaged, will
moet with quick dispatch and sail as above.
For balance of Freight, apply to
October ll thsm3_WILLIAM ROA0H.
CHANGE OE SCHEDULE.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND STJLLIVAN'Sj
ISLNAND FEUR?. \
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, COT?BER 1?TH, THE I
STEAMERS will leave as follow every day:
Leavo City nt.10 A. M., 3 and 6% P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at... 8 A. M., 12 M. and 6>iP. M.
Loavo Oily nt.10 A. ?M., and 3 P. M. ,
Leave Sullivan's Island at.ll>i A. M., and 4% P. ol
Ootober 13_2 1
SOOTH TSLAND, WACCAMA W AN DB LACK
RIVER. TOUCHING AT WAVERLY AND
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING STEAMER
IB IVE I LIE,
l' . . CAPT. W. F. ADAIR,
WILL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANTIC WH?RF, ON
.Monday Morning, 16th inst., at 7 o'olopk. Return
ing( will leave .Georgetown .on, Wednesday Morning, 17th
inst., at 7 o'olo?k.
Freight received this day until sunset. 1
For Freight or Past age, apply to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE,
Ootober 13 1_South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR GE0RGET?WN, S. C.,
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVER?
LY Mlt.LS, AND ALL LANDINGS ON
WACC?MAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
F -A. 1ST 1ST IE,
CAPTAIN ISAAC DAVIS,
WDLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EYERS
TUESDAY MORNING at 7 o'clock.
Returning-will leave Georgeto w n every THURSDAY
MORNING, at 7 o'olook.
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or Passage, apply: to <:<U .
. - -jpisna?Bow J. noLUEa,
Octobor 1 Accommodation Wharf.
FOR BEAUFORT, ST. HELENA,
HILTON HEAD AND BLUFFTON.
CAPTAIN I8AA0 DAVIS.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EYERS
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clook. Returning will
leave Beaufort every Satw day Morning, at 8 o clock.
Freight received the day bet?re Boiling.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERG?SOV & HOLMES,
N. B.-All Freight must be prepaid.
FOR BEAUFORT AND HILTON
HAVING BEEN PUT IN THOBOUGH ORDER AND
well fitted for the accommodation of passengers,
i will leave Southern Wharf on Tuesday Morning, Octo
; ber 16.
Returning, will leave Hilton Head on Wednesday,
stopping at Beaufort and Sf. Helena.
Freight received on Monday at Southern Wharf.
For engagements ol freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
CRAIG, TUOMEY & CO., Agents,
October 10 No. 48 East Bay.
FOR PALATE ii, FLA,
VIA FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND
ALL THE LANDINGS ON THE ST, JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. OOXETTEB,
WILL 8AIL FROM SOUTHERN WHARF EVERY
Saturday, at 3 o'clook, P.M., FOR TEE ABOVE
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or1 at the
Office of the Agency, No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
No Freight received after Twelvo o'clock on tho day of
AU Freight payable by shippers,
October 8 J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
. ?TSO?TH CAROLINA-CHARLESTON DIS?
TRICT.-IN CHANCERY,-OFFICE OF THE.REGIS?
TER IN EQUiTY.-ALEX. ROBERTSON, EX'OR OF
EST. OF W. A. CARSON, vt. JOHN FREER BLACK?
LOCK, MRS. CAROLINE CARSON, AND OTHERS.
BILL FOR EXAMINATION OF ACCOUNTS, &c-It
appearing to my satisfaction ' that Mrs. CAROLINE
CARSON, WILLIAM CARSON, and JAME? PETIGRU
CARSON, threo of the defendants in tbn cause; are ab?
sent from, and reside beyond, the limits* of this State,
so that tho ordinary process of tho Court cannot be
served on them,-on motion of YOUNG, Complainant's
Solicitor: Ordered that tho sdd Defendants, Mrs.
CAROLINE CARSON, WILLIAM CARSON, and JAMES
PEilGRU CARSON, do appear nud plead, answer or
demur, to thia bill, within three months from the pub
lication of this order, or an order pro confessa will be
granted and entored against thom.
JAMES L. GANTT,
Register ia Equity, Charleston District.
September U 6li,81ol4,3I-nl4.31
REGUL?R STEAMSHIP LINE
F OK S BW YORK.
THE SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
CAPTAIN WE8T, \
WELL LEAVE ADQER'S SOUTH WHARF, ON SAT?
URDAY, October 13th, at half-past 9 o'clock A. M.,
No Freight received on Saturday.'
Shippers of Cotton must present permit of Bevenne
Tax Collector before engagements will be made;
Jiap The GRANADA will succeed tho Quaker City,
and sail on Tuesday, 16lh instant.
October's RAVENEL & CO., Agents. <
New fork and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Loaring each Port every Al t?mate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAW. R. W. LooEVfopD,
STEAMSHIP MON?KA, ,
? ?;(<: CAPTAIN H. S.I?EBBY, .,-'
rESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Facseo*
gars, with tables supplied by every luxury tba New York
and Charleston markets can afford ; and, for safety, speed
\n& comfort, are unrivalled On the coast.
CAPT. H. 8. LEBBY,
rairiLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF Oil,
VV THUR8DAY, October 18. at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made, on consignments to Nevr
For-Freight qr, Passage, apply at tho office of fha
Agents.' , WILLIS b OHlSOLM, <
. ?. ? ? 'North Atlantic Wharf. ,
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
AdO. October 12
j FOR PHILADELPHIA;""
lELM^PXIWa STEAMSHIP .LIN?BL
THE FINE STEAMSHIP
? HENRY FUEGO, Master,
WILL" Silt AS" ABOVE "ON HATURDAY, THE*
13th Instant, from South Atlanflo Wharf, and.
wljl continue to leave every alternate Saturday there
after. 1 "
Freight will be taken through.to Providence and
Boston. \ .
For Freight to Philadelphia and,through rates to
Providence and BoBton, apply to .
H. F.,BAKER A CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland-street.
LATHBURY, WIOKERRHAM b CO., Agents in Phil*
dalphia. _ Ootober i
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
AND LIVERPOOL. .
THE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of this lino leave New York every Saturday,
from Pier No. 17, North River.
Ship Tons. Commander.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge.
Stoerags Passage Tiokets to bring persons from Liver?
pool or Queenstown for $35, currency, can be obtained
at our office.
Through passage to Paris, London, Antwerp, Ham
burg, Bremen, Ac, at low rates.
BATES OF P.BSAGE, PAYABLE IN CUBBENOY!
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 ?S30
For freight or passage, apply to _
STREET BROTHERS b CO.,
September 1 tuthB' 2mo No. 71 East Bay.
' PASSAGE REDUCED!" ;
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FRO?
3ED TT B?PB.
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Bailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to Ul?
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
inland at the very Lowest Rates.
pXengers.on arrival In New Tork, will have their
baggage romovod Free, and every care bestowed os
lhFor Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
no. 627 KINO 8TBSET, OHABLESTON, 8. C.
February 27 lyr
sw EX PARTE JCHN CALLER, AN INFANT,
BY HIS NEXT FRIEND, C. G. DELAMAR.-IN
EQUITY.-COLLERON DISTRICT.-PETITION "TO
PERPETUATE TESTIMONY.-FILED AUGUST 10TH,
18??.-JOHN CALLER, an infant, by his next friend, C.
G. DELAMAK, having flied in this office a petition to
perpetuate testimony in reference to the Will of JOHN
CALLEII, late of Colleton District, deceased, ljstor de?
stroyed during the lite war: It is ordered that all per?
seus ?'ho may deem themselves in any manner interest?
ed m this matter do plead, answer or demur to the said
petition within tilpoo months from the dato thereof, or
a decree pro confessa will be outored agsiust them.
R. STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Wa'terboro', August 10,18(56.
August 15 lamo3mos