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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEi IC, 1866.
Tho CiutiJCfiton Cotton Market.
Tho market wits excited ? ero yesterday, with Bales of
near COO bales at nu irregular tdvauceof 2 to 3 cents per
lb.-tho transactions K^ncrally being on tho basis of 40
lo 42 cents per 10. for Now York Middling to Strict Mid
t'liug Cottril, 'ibo following were tho lots and prices:
2U Rt 31, 4 at 32. 4 repacked Lt 34, 1 at 3J, 2 repacked at
36, 31 r.t SC, l's at 37, 81 at 38, 14 at 39, 2C0 at 40, C3 at
41, and Cl at 42.
AUGUSTA, October 13-GOLD-Brokers buy at 148
and tell tor 152 ; .diver 13-J to 142,
Cotton ii if iomiud, and with an upward tondency.
Sales tor tho day are 330 t>ales-2G at ?4; 28 nt 35; 4 ) at
30; 28 at Say, : 142 at 37; 22 at 37><; 21 at 37??; 3J at 3S,
aud 7 at 38 (? corita.
Tho receipts are 2G2 bales. Wo quote:
Good Middling.38 @38>;
,Mt-iT Orleans Market.
KEW ORLEANS, October 10-COTTON-1 be market
?opened this morning with a modetate inquiry, but alter
the receipt of tho ll A M tele?rauis, ?unouneiag a favor?
able reaction at Ne v York, the demand improved, and
although factor;- materially increased their pretensions,
bnyerHoamu forward ??th eousltlerablo animation, and
sales to tho amount of W 0 bales wero effected, ten bro
?iers partid? .tiug in the business. Priers in the early
part of the dav iudicata! no variation irom yesterday's
rates but the li?'* 80,(1 subsequent to tho receipt of the
news' were at figures evidencing au irregular advance of
loper lb. The ii arket, however, closed too unsettled to ;
potmit of any chingo of ourquota'ions of last evening,
.which were as follows: Ordinary. 29(3>31c; CoodOrdi?
nary, 33@34c; Low Mi' dliug, 35@36c; ?ni Middling. 38
@39?. Late in the evening lhere was a rumor in the
street that tho Liverpool market had advanced %d per
lb, but being unable to authenticate it, wo forbear ta no
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 18(16. bales. 102,082
.Recoived to-day. 1,289
Received previously. 26,102
Cleared previously..'. 42,322
Stock on hand. 67.101
SUGAR AND MOLASSES-Tho receipts since yesterday
are confined to 10 hints Sugar from the coast-no Molla?
ses. The supplies are very i-mal); they consist meetly
of the lower grades of tho production of Cuba. Opt ra?
ters are awaiting the new crop et Louriana, and only a
small jobbing business is doing at previous prices. Tho
principal sales to-day were 60 hhds Cuba Sugar on pri?
vate terms, aud 10 hhds Louisiana yellow clatiflet? at 16c
per lb. tuba Su. ar, in hhds, ii reta! inti at 12J? to 13c
per lb for fair, and in boxes at t2>? io 13?for'Nos 12 a d
13 in store; Yi}4 to W,io tor Nos 14 and 18; 16)i to 16>i
for Nos IC and 18, md 17 to 17>? for Nos 19 and 20. Cu?
ba Molasses i? retailing at Gie per gallon, and is quoted
by tho careo at 57^ to 68? per gallon.
FREIGHTS-There is very little diaengagod tornage iu
port, and wi ll fair off. rings for shipment, especially j
coastwise, the ra-os aro very firm. The rates are 1 cent
lb for cotton by tteatn tor New York and i)i cent for
Boston, hail for New York and Boston ys cent lb for
cotton and 7-5 to 8J cents $ bbl for flour. Sailing v?a?
sela for Liv, rpool aro obtaining 9-16 to }&? tot cotton
and 1)? cent for Havre. A s-.eamer from Liverpool has
arrived to-day. Wo havo not yet humed her return ratus
MOBILE, October 10-COTTON-Tho markot opened
quiet; Middlings easy at 35o, anil some sales were ma le
below that figure, but on receipt >.f tho cabio uews aud
tho dispatches announcing im advsuca'in the New York
market, au active demand sprung np hero, and HOD
hales were sold and the market cloted ii rm at 3Cc fur
Middlinus, and hut Ihtlo offering..
MONETARY AND I'IXAVCIAL-GOLD-Tho market open?
ed at 147 buying, and 145 selling, and closed at 148>? to
SILVER-Opened at 133 So 138, and closed at 135 to
EXCHANGE-Sterling nominal. New York sight }? to
y, dis. New Orleaus par to >? piem
MEMPHIS, October H.-Business in our city to-day
was good, and country wagons were quite numerous
?on our streets. Tho landing was well covered with
freight, and ocr merchant s are beglnnict: to Beo an eud
to the pressure which has been bearing BO heavily upon
them lor some weeks back. Tho attendance on "chango
was tolerably pood, but not as tnuoh so as we bono to
see lt soon. We intend publishing tho salo? on 'Ohanjre
from day to 'lay with the names of sellers. It will
hereafter be found at the bottom of our oommerciul
COTTON-There was, as we predicfod, an advance ol
fully lo in our market tod.iy, with active ioqulryand
sales to a considerable amount. We hear! of no now
Cotton cominR in by rail or boat np to the cloding of
'change to-day, but BOH?O 300 hales arrivod by wagon
? during the past two days, which has not been previous,
ly repurted. Pricos iu New York are firm at 89 to 4'c.
We heard of otio lot of bright Middlings selling here to?
day at W)ic, bul we quote at 36c, with a firaa markel
and very fair inquiry. Buyers and holders show more
disposition to m -et each others' vlotvs than for some
time past. We quote the market firm as follows : Or
dinary 27 to 29; tiood Ordinary 30 to 81 ; Low Middllni
33 to 34; Middling 35 to 36; Strict Middling 37 to 38o.
WILMINGTON. October 13.-TURPENTINE.-Sales te
day of only 17 bbls virgin at $4 65 per 280 lbs.
bPiRrrs TURPENTINE-Market steady, bales of 7'
bbls at 63o ?> gallon
ROSIN-Sales of 260 bbls No 2 at $4 ; 33 do extra No :
at $4 75; and 94 d > No 1 at $6 75 to 7.
TAR-125 bbls changed bauds at $2 75 $ bbl.
OoTTON-Two -miau lots (15 bales) sold at 37o for loi
middling, and 37>? to 38c $ lb for middling,
CINCINNATI, Octoher ll_Flour firm but the dc
mond was light; tho advance in gold curries a firme
feeling in the murket; Superfine $10 26 to 10 75; tr?d
and fancy brands $11 75 to 15. Wheat firm at $2 85 fi
No 1 red, and $2 63 for No 1 spring. Corn in bettor dt
m and and prices a shade lowor, at 8') to 82o. Outs du
st 45c for No 1. Rye rather dull at $108 to l in for No 1
Whiskey unchanged at 33 in bond, and $2 32>? to 2 3
Provisions firm and unchanged, at $30 50 to 32 75 fe
Mess Pork; bul?: Meats held hrmly at 14>i to ](?>?c fe
Bacon; In Af to to 20%c for Shonldors and Olef
Sides. Laid hold at 17c Butter and Cheese unchani
ed and steady. Cotton 2c highir, at 38c for Middlin;
but not much done. Gold 151 >?. >
LouisviLLK, October H.-.-a'es rf 126 hhds of. loi
tobacco at unchanged rates; choice leaf 52 cents Si
ptrfine Hour $9 ??. Prime red wheat $2 76. Mixt
Com, in bulk. H2 cunts. Oat* 48 couts. Mess pork fin
at $32 cu. 1: mu shoulders 16%, clear sides 20%
Prime lard i'i teces 18 R*w whiskey $2 33.
ST. LOUIS. Octotvr ll.-Flour inactive, medium exti
easier; superfine $9 75 to 10 25; single extra, ,$10 75
$11; double extra $11 26 to 14 75. Wheat dull and bu;
ers contending for c ncosslons, but prices no'', quotah
lower. Corn slow at 78 to 83?. Oats firm at 47>i iib 6I1
Provisions and whiakoy unchanged.
After this dato, until furthor notice, mails will clo
aa follows :
FOR COLUMBIA AND POINTS ABOVE, and way malls b
tweeu Charleston and Coluubia, at.9 P. 1
FOR AUGUSTA RBANCH or SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD, and connections bi youd Au?
gusta, at.10.15 A.]
FOR NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD ROUTE, at...10.15 A. :
Tuesday and Friday, at. 6 A. 1
FOR PORT ROYAL AND BEAUFORT
Tuesday and Friday ut. 6 A. ?
And at other times one hour before the
departu'.e of Government transports.
At irregular times, but usually twice a week.
After September 30di, the Postoflico will open at 8
M. and clus- at ti P. M , and from this ? at? (Septen't
22), until a change in time of arrival of mail.? shad rt
der another hour more suitable, tho Office will bo op
fron 9 A. RI. to 10 A. M . on Sundays.
Poitoflice, t eptemlier 22 18* C.
FBAHEB OF THE MOON.
Last Q. 1st. OU. 49m. m -riiiPiretQ. lath. 4h. 4m. Ot
NewM.8th, ll . 38 ii. moral <" :.' M. 23d, On. 53m, et
. Lnst Q. SDtli, 9h. 25m. morn.
lilftES. I SETS.
16 Mommy.... 6.. 6
18 Tuesday.... 6.. 6
17 Wednesday. 6.. 7
18 Thursday .. 6.. 8
19 Friday. fi.. 8
20,Satur. ay.. 6-. 9
I coinslgaeca per South carolina liallro??!
I C71 bales Cotton, 3 bales Yarn, fi bbls Spirits ana "
bbls CruieTurpeutiuo, 2 cb.arter.--d cars Jfarmtur., ? .
i To Kanapaux & Lalaue, Adams, Fro.<t & (;,?'/falter &
gers & Co, A Robinson & Co, () Reeder. G B ?atie
?xrTvetl *?r.?es?>??.y. OCT. 15
Bri" Fred Bliss, Sherman, Camdon, Mo, G days. Hay
and Limo. To Trout ? Amsbury.
Hchr Mail, Aduma, Peo iieo. (.bingles. To Pasley &
ClenrctI Vcster<ta>. [OOT. 16
Bark R II Walker, Latham, Boston-Ri3ley & Creighton
Went to Se? Vesterclajr. [OOT. 16
Scbr Jonathon May, Corson, Philadelphia
Sehr Maggie Vau Busen, Corsun, Philadelphia.
MST OF VESSRLS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Br brig Albert, Erikson, outward bound.Sept'er ll
The Cardigan, Yoong, sailed.Bepferl8
The Maria, McKenzie, sailed.Sept'er 15
fc'chr Jonas Sparks, Crowther, sailed.Oct'er 3
Brig L'ncoln Webb, Wylio, cleared.Oot'er 6
Brig Walker,-, up.Sept'or 2i
Brig Moteor, Anderson, cleared.Oct'er 6
Brig B Young,-, up.Sept'er 22
Brig Oaroli ie, Gulliver, up.Oct'er 2 |
Sehr J H Burnett, Wilson, up.8ept'or 28 |
Solir Maria Hall, Garfield, up.Uct'er 3
8chr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Oct'er ?
Sehr American, Moss, up.Oct'er 3
Sehr Kate Wentworth, Adams, up.Sopt'er 29
Scbr J B Knowles, Knowles, cleared.Sept'er 21
Sehr Enchantress, Blatchford, up.Oct'er 8
Sehr Daniel Pierson, Pierson, ol oared.Oct'er 6
Steamship Adelo, Hall, to sail.Oct'er 10
Steamship Star of the South, Read, to sail.Oct'er 13
STOPOFF?CE8 IN ACTUAL OPERATION IN SOUTH
CAROLINA TO JUNE 30, 18G?.
OFFICES. DISTRICT. NAME OF POSTMASTER.
Duo West, Abbeville, Andrew E Hawthorn.
Greenwood, Abbeville, Milton Osborn.
Lonndsvlllo, Abbeville, Edwin H Bingham.
Anderson,. Anderson, Mrs Elizabuth Webb.
Bolton, Anderson, Mary Strickland.
Moffettsvllle, Anderson, Robt A Read.
nuuey Path, Anderson, David W Hawthorn,
storesvillo, A derson, John A Jackson,
Rocky Ridge, Anderson, Miss Khz*th 1 Hayne.
Shallow Ford, Anderson, Mrs Laura F l'aliter.
Aiken, Barnwell, GeoL Reach.
Johnson's, Burnwell, Janie Woodward.
B imberg, Barnwell, John Doxou,
Ba nwell, Barnwell, Elyah L Sadler.
Blackville, Barnwell, Boruard D Lange.
Midway, Barnwell, Louis A Burke.
Whiio Ponds, Barnwell, Mis? O L Wif innis.
Boaufort O H, Beaufort, Jamos R Verdier. .
x'ortRoyal, Beaufort, Ohas P Brayton.
Bonneau's. Charleston, G W DeHay.
Summerville, Charleston, Sam'l Kmgman.
Charleston, Charleston, Manley G Trott.
St Stephen's, Charleston, Herman Panzerbieter.
Ob Maw, Chesterfield, Elizabeth Graham.
Kidge vii le, Col!eton, Josephine (Jordes..
Walterboro', Colleton, Henry Albrecht.
Carterville, Darlington, Kmoreo W Du Bose.
Doves'Depot, Burlington, Mathew A Evans.
Florence, Darlington, Charlotte Rouse.
Darlington, Darlington, James M Brown.
Sootety Hill, Darlington, John Douglas.
Edgefield, Edgefiold, Edward T Walker.
Ridgeway, Fairfield, ? Wm Carlisle.
Georgetown, Georgetown, Thomas McFeely.
Conway boro', Horry, Jos J Riohwood.
Little River, Horry, 'J bomas E Dunn.
Camden, Kershaw, Jos M Gale.
Cureton's Storo, Lancaster, Thomas R Magill.
Lancaster, Lancaster, '. Sarah J Johnson.
MoseU villa._Marlon,---*-" -Petrattr?- Floyd;-'""
Little Rock, Marlou, Sarah btewart.
Marion, Marion," Julius Brown. V
Mar's Bluff, Marion, Margaret A Williams.
- Mullin's Depot, Marion, Rudolph Vampiil.
Britton's Neck, Marion, John Henry Rogers.
, * lio, Marlborough, Julia A Bristow.
Pomarla, Newberry, William Summer.
' Frog Level, Newberry, David Ribber.
Newberry, Newberry, John F Lagrovo.
Oraugeburg, Orangeburg, Thaddeus O Hubble.
St Muthews, Oran^eburg, Sallie J Wi Us.
. Pickens, Pickens, Catherlno T Gibson.
' Picken8ville, Pickens, Alpha ii Howard,
Walhalla, Pickens, Christina ll Isortoll.
Fairplay, Pickens, BenjR Doughty.
, Columbia, Richland, J C Jauney.
Blshopville, Sumter, Henry W Frazer.
Lynchburg, Sumter, Chas E 8pencor.
Sumter, Sumter, Wm O Duncan.
Maysville, Sumter, JamoB E Wltherspoor
Innisville, Union, Hezekiah Ward.
Unionville, Union, Wm T 81m.
Rock Hill, York, Maria L Rutland.
Smith's T 0, York. Michel Duffy.
Yorkvllle, York, Eraely E Alexander.
Fort Mill, York, Thos fl Davant.
Lynch O'B Lake, Williamsburg, Amanda Mankeln.
Greenville, Greenville, James M Allen.
Traveller's Rest, Greenville, Elizabeth Rodforn.
Chester, Chester, John UcCoughan.
Black's Stock, Chester, John L Cameron.
Spartanburg, Bpartanburg, Fredtich liais.
POSTOFFICES REOPENED AND POSTMASTEI
COMMISSIONED IN SOUTH CAROLINA, FRO
JULY 1ST TO 10TH, 18GG.
OFFICES. DISTRICT. NAME OF P0STM.V6TI
Donalsvillo, Abbeville, Louis Poarlstiuo,
Townville, Anderson, Jamos N Bryson.
Williamsion, Anderson, Thomas W Folger.
Saltkotchvr B'dgo, C.illoton, Abraham Levin.
Ti 111 mots ville, Darlington, Francis A Thomas.
Doko, Kuirfiold, Janies R Kennedy.
Eighteen Mile, Pickens, Lemuel Hondricks.
Lexington, Lexington, Mary J Simmons.
Hopkins'T 0, Richland, Thos JeukiuB.
Kiah's Storo, Lexington, Levi Rish.
Pendleton, Anderson, Mary C Hunter.
Gruham'B T. 0., Barnwell, Caleb J Bowman,
ht Ge. rge's, Colleton, Bunuel M Currie.
Wright's Bluff, Clarendon, Thos G Tennant.
ly"ia, Darlington, Evatider Lynch.
Oraullcville, Edgo?eld, Robert Singleton.
Winnsboro', FuirUeld, Thoa, A Carlisle.
Highland Grove, Greouvillo, Mithow B Fowlor,
Botinettiviile, Marlboro', Wm i'E .endersor
Oikway, Pickens, Mrs Mary Panders,
Gadsden, Richland, Thomas Cain,
Glenn Springs, Spartauburg, Ruhet t Z Carter.
Kingstreo, Williamsburg, Mary F Gerviuner.
1 LIST OF POSTOFFIOES OPENED AND POSTMAE
Elf* COMMISSIONED IN SOUTHE CAROLIJ
FROM JULY 10 TO 18, 18G?.
OFFICES. DIiTRICT. NAME OF P08TMA8T?
Nlnet* -six, Abboville, Bazcl McKnight.
Slabtown, Anderson, James B Smith.
Equality, Anderson, Mrs Rebecca Mayne
Gillisouvillo, Boaufort, John Annin.
Manning, Clarendon, Alfred F Tremain.
Marietta, Greouvillo, Miss O Jo?oo'noUoi
Ci.ick Springs, Greenville, Mrs Linns smith.
Clinton, Laurens, Henry M Martin.
Beaner Pond, Lexington, Chas Hulld.
Dacusville, Bickens, Marcus A Mar?ar.
Mile Creek, Pickens, Mrs Mary J Robins
Hunter's Mills, Pickens, Wm Hunter.
Arnold's Mills, Bickens, Wm McManan.
Co.'ar Hills, Spar utiburg, Frances M Farmer.
Mush Creon, Greouvillo, MEI' Youngblood
Vance's Ferry, Oraugeburg, Ransom H E Avine
'fabio Mountain, Pickens, Rubecci Roid.
B chelor'sRetreat, rickensj Giiof Cronshaw.
Camp Rioge, WI liamsburg, Bolina Schoekler,
Autioch, York, Ira Harding,
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Deale:
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OHARLH8TON, S. C
The latest ISBUOB of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or
yarded by Mail or Express.
AU OA8H ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
B?ER AND^gLLGCTfON AGENT,
DRAFTS DRAWN UPON
UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
TRAVELERS' ACCIDENT INSURANCE COM?
RAILWAY INSURANCE COMPANY.
NO. IO BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KENDALL & DOCKERY.
I?1 -A_ CTOES
OHARLB8TON, ?. O.
49* Liberal advances made on Consignments.
Ootoberll . Imo
IF J?. O T O !R
BOYCE & C^S WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October l\ 6
J. REEVE GIBBES,
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No, 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
Jjaff" Orders and consignments of COTTON, RICE,
NAVAL STORES, .PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, &o., so
licited . 3mo ?optembor 25
SnippiHE and Coraiuissiaii McrG?ants,
': I "?: AND
IMPORTERS OF W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST BAY A$D ACCOMMODATION WHARP.
October 1 !
WILLIAM jj, .6ILLILAND U SON,
Real Estaje Agents, Auctioneers
. . AND
OFFICE KO. 83 HAYNE 8T?EET.
Septembers ' _',, _
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FonMEELT CO PAtTNEB OF J; E ADO En ii Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMER^N^RDWARE, CUT?
LERY. GUNS, AND AGRICULTURAL
JID. am JUNO SX^rTBittD DOOB'BELOW SOCIETY,
October 1 ir->ii..-' \ "'? '. ' 8moa
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SUiPl aiifl Huity Mercta?s.
NORTH ATLANTIC! WHARF,
CHARLESTON, i C.
lt., Getty.K- A. Sonder...I.S. T. Sonder,
WILLIS k CHI
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURQA8E, SALE AN!
yv (SHIPMENT ito Foreign and iomestlc Porta) ?
XOTON, RICE, LUMBER and NA\L 8TOBO&
ATLANTIC WHARF, Chaston, S. C.
B. WILLIS.? A. R.CHIHOL?
No. 18 'Vaaderhorst'?Whai'f.
N. Q. EVANS.T. W. ?DBOLD.
S. T. ROBINSON &S0N,
Charleston, gjj C.
S. T. ROBINSON, JOHN%INSON,
LATE OF CALDWELL 4 nODINSON. |
September 8 _?h2mos
1. > PRACTICAL
ACCOUNTANT AND COP^T.
Collections promptly attend to
OFilCE COR. BROAD AND OHURC .? S??Taj
CHARLESTON, S. C. .
BOOKS WHITTEN DP. ERRORS DETEc|BILI|S
MADE OUT, and all ld ds of Wilmar"*"'
Instruction given in PHAU m.\L BOO%plNQ
an A liusine>8 generally, ut moderato prices.
"j,E. DAP?Ali, f
NO. 5 LIBERTY-S THEET, SOUTH)E)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 19 tn
A POETION OP OUR STOCK OF PARLOR AND ?HAMBK?
GRATES is now ready, to which we would invite the attention of
our customers. We are prepared to furnish new FENDERS,
BLOWERS and other parts, for old Orates, and to ?t them up
generally like new ones.
SHEPHERD, DUC & COHEN,
Ko, 207 KINt?-STREET.
COOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
WE ABE NOW PEEPAEKD TO FURNISH OUR FRIEN! S AND
GUS COMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur?
nish the very best article of every class, and WE GUARANTEE
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE WF
AMONG OUR RANGES THERE IS THE
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTT'S PATENT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RAIS GE OV?P
made in America, and one that combines all the best and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWART'S PATENT COOKING STOVE,
Which, to all the usual conveniences of the best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smoke; a spacious HCLOSET for keeping food hot when
cooked, and a detached ROASTER of ample size, warranted to
roast all meats perfectly. This STOVE is admitted to be th? most
perfect thing of the kind, and we will take pleasure in showing*
it to all who may call upon us#
SHEPt?EED, DUO & COHEN,
No. 297 EI3?G STBEET, CHARLESTON.
Septembor 29_ 3mo
~~ TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
WE, HAVING PURCHASED VALUABLE MACHINERY FOR THE POPOSE OF
manufacturing Tinware extensively in all its branches, would respectfully call
tho attention of Merchants and Dealers throughout thc country to our Wareso
Having greater facilities than any other House in the State, wc are able to offer
cur Goods as low as they can be bought in New York, with thc expenses added.
SHEPHERD, DDO & COHEN",
HO. 297 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
Soptembor 29_ 3mo
iHEPHEED, DUC & COHEN,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CONSISTING. OF :
COOKING UTENSILS K ....
SHOVEL AND TONGS
WE WOULD STATE THAT OUR STOCK OF HOUSE-KEEPING
GOODS are too numerous to mention. In purchasing we have se?
cured the most Improved Articles adapted to the change in labor
-making Cooking easy and Housekeeping a pleasure.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
NO. 397 KINO STREET.
September 29 Imo
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE ALES IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
No. 35 Broad street,
July 23 Cmos CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FOLL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, OAS.
BIMEEEH AND VESTINGS can be had, together
srith a choice issortuientcf
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIETS,.mado order, lu any
X le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give hi? special attontlon to the
Aa usual, lyr June'
MO O R HEAD'S
THE PnBLIO ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
i hat these highly esteemed RITTERS ure now made
by the samo perron who marte them for over twenty
years for James Moorhead. He having tito original re?
ceipt, can conlidently recomraei.d them equal to any
made during Moo) head's life limo.
So d in (juantitles to snit purchasers at No 99 CAL
HOUN-STRLLT, south sido, betwr.m Miling an<i An.
sou streets. JAMES McKEAN.
September 18_tuths 2mo
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased thia favorite house, lt
REFITTED AM) REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And is now prepared with the most perfect
appoiiitiiioiits lor t he reception of guests.
The frst position among first-class Hotels will b<
maint t/ned In the future, as in the past.
September 3 3mos EA ?LR & FARLEY .
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 B?eeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
r7ILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY FREE OF
H. B. PLANT,
President, Augusta, Qa,
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY?
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDT & CO,, MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to 816.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OP CHARGE. ORDERS
tor TICK?TH In thu above LOTTERY promptly at?
tended to. Drawings mailed as Boon *s thu Lottery ls
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 527
frizes. Capital Prize, f??.OOl1. Draws the 15th and
Slat ot' cash month. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Easel street, or Key Box 52, PoutoAice.
Jnly 20 'mo
BOWERS & S?LC0X,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL COM?
MISSION AG EM'S,
No. 127 Meeting Street, opposite the Market.
"VN HAND CONSTANTLY: PAR .18, PLANTATIONS,
j HOUSES AND LOIS for silo and to reut. Are
:?pared to receive all kinds of Ut JODS, WARKS AND
E?UHANDISE, PliODncE, lc, ou cimsuiiueni.
lao, FDhNITDRE, HORSES. AND VEHICLES O?
rory description for sale. Will also give our spocial
attention to u?T ?OOR HALES. SUJOS Septembers
Attomejs tit him &m\ Solicitors in Eqoitji
OFFICE NO. 08 BROAD-STREET.