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BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE.
?>K BALES GUNNY CLOTH
Z& 30 balea Dundoo UaggUig
160 colls Manilla Rope, 6-10, }., ? inch
100 co?? Hemp Ropo. ? Inch, ? inch
For?y ?Uf!i;",K WT & BEE.
SEA ISLAND BAGGING.
BALES HEAVY DUNDEE BAOGINO, TWO LBS.
&?K? io close consignments,!*^ & ^
November C niw?3__N*7JL^??^_
BACON, MESS PORK AND MO
1 ?r HHDS. BACON SHOULDERS
IO 16 hhds. Bacon Sides
60 bbls. Mesa Pork
ForaMO,?9bC& BRUNS A BEE,
a??SSy ?wi3 _No. 78 East Bay.
AT $3.50 PB? SACK.
SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FINE ORDER.
For salo in lota to suit purchasers by
ISAAC E. HEBTZ A CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumborland street.
OLD FRENCH BRANDY.
CELEBRATED BRAND-OTARD, DUPUY
CA8E8. 1 DOZEN EACH, FBENOH BRANDY.
Kor Balo by
ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumborland street
.t f\ QUARTER CA8K8 1 Of the old and favori lo brand
LU 20 eighth casks J J. B. Goddard.
Just received and for salo by
MOTTET, HUOHET k CO.,
Ootobcr 24 wftnO_No. 4. Adgor'a Wharf.
?BARRELS "MILLER'S" WHISKEY
20 barr?la Monongahela Whiskey.
Landing ox steamer Lulu, and for sale by
Novombci3 2 HENRY COBIA A CO.
FLOUR, FLOUR, &c.
t f\f\f\ BBLS. SELECTED BRANDS SOUTHERN
l(jlJU AND WESTERN FLOUR
600 bbls. fresh ground low gradea of Flour, which w11)
bo Bold at from $8 to HO por bbl
.M5 bbls. various brands, per Behr. Paragon.
160 bbls. choleo RYE FLOUR, from now White Rye
60 bbls. now hullod Buckwheat Flour
60 Is ogs Butter and Lard.
For salo by STENHOUSE k CO.,
No. HO East Bay,
Novombor 6 3_Corner FraBor'B Wharf,
CORN TO ARRIVE.
/?AAA BUSHELS PBIME MIXED WESTERN
OUUU CORN in two bUBhol bags
4000 bushola prime WHITE PROVISION CORN in twe
bushel baas, for Balo to arrive.
100 bushola choleo WHITE SEED WHEAT
100 bushola choleo Red Seed Wheat
100 bushels choleo Scod Ryo
100 bushels choice Seed Barley.
160 bbls. EXTRA FLOUR for family use.
For sale by R. H. BIKER,
Novombor 0 1 Rikor's Mills, No. 17 Anson at.
PRIME WHITE CORN AFLOAT.
"1 /IAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
LUUU 1NG ex Steamer "Sea Gull."
FLOUR I FLOUR tt
250 bbls. choice Extra and Super FLOUR ' .
126 bbls. low-priced Flour.
ALSO TO ARRIVE, PER SCHR "KATE
100 bbls. Extra FLOUR.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. 14 Market strcot, opposite 8tato street.
November 6 _2
"CORN, HAY, &C.
Kf\f\Ci BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN WHTTt
1600 bushels Primo Maryland White Corn
600 bushels Feed Oats
600 bales N. B. Hay
10 bbls. Extra Rye Plour.
- hhds. Clear Rib Side?.
A supply of White and Red Wheat, Oats and Rye oi
hand. WEST A JONES.
CORN, HAY, &c.
?AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
LUUU CORN, per steamer Lulu.
5000 bushels prime WESTERN WHITE CORN
400 bushels primo Maryland White Corn
600 bnahels Feed Oats
500 bales N. R. Hay
30 bbls. Baltimore Extra and Super Flour
10 bbls. extra Ryo Flour
- hhds. Clear Ribbed Sides
A supply of White and Red Hood Wheat, Oats and Rye
on hand. WEST k JONES,
November 2 No. 76 East Boy.
_f_f_ TIERCES PRIME RICE FOB RAT.? AT
LUU R. W. GALE k CO.'S,
NOB. 45 and 48 Wentworth street.
Novombor 1 6
?\f* BARRELS POTOMAC HERRINGS, FRESH AND
____* in uno order, imitable for plantation or famUy use.
Landing and for salo by T. J. KERR k CO.,
November jj_3 Kerr's Wharf.
G)f\ HHDS. CHOICE GROCERY SUGARS, RECEIVED
-Q \J this day and for Bale by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Coraor Accommodation Wharf and East Bay.
November 2 3
ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
1AA BOXES CnOICE E. D. CHEESE LANDING
J. \J \J and for sale by
HENRY COBIA A CO.
November 2 2
Ol/UU -bbls. APPLES
Just received and for Balo at a LOW PRICE, a Ano lot of
CABBAGES AND APPLE8,
At No. 87 EAST BAY. MICHAEL A BOWRIE.
Noveinbor 3 2*
WOOD AND COAL.
CORDS YELLOW PINE
250 TONS 8MTHI'S COAL-to arrive.
For sale low by
xr,w"m, " o HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO..
Novambsr 3_ No. i Sonthorn Whart
WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
THSiV???En8I0??ED I8 A BOTEn OF WOOLS OF
J. all textures, exclusively for English acconat
n?rwT-.i . Exchnngo-etroet, Charleston, & O.
offi?3iy y CIoth Manufacturer for O. a A.)
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TP WvSE INCU BLINDER BOILERS, TWEN
^SSS?M ""* wm boBold low
WILLIAM S. HENEREY'B.
?5_No. 314 Meeting-street.
A^NT^.J1^11*0 DEEN APPOINTED
i?vK,,,? ??JW? ?late for tho Balo of tho celo
i U., .T,?muP1:a',8 ???pared to supply con
?T?E?? SA ,,,c allowing j .
|g* POWDER, in kegs, half hogs and
"TLY REDUCED PRICES,
e'lual to any made,
?.sled to loavo their names, and
them. CHAS. H. MO?SE,
calor in Groceries and Liquow,
_J_H_No. 9 Hayno etroot.
?yg*INTED AGENT FOR NELSON
?WpL'H GUERILLA CLUB 8MOK
*?JJ"?ctiiiicd at Petorsbnwr, Va., I am
"'""" f?mj^ at MANUFA0TUBBB8'
aal, If not superior, to
in strength and flavor,
njyplhcr brand offered
"P. SMDBBUI GENU
And Tarions gradna of c
Por sale by
* Athis Store,
FLOURS, BUCKWHEAT, &c.
EOKEE*8 8. R. BUCKWHEAT, HO. I
Hooker*. 8. R. Flour, Ho. 1
Buokwhoat Flour, Ho. 1
Extra and Fino Family ( jUBt rocolvod)
Corn Starch and 5 lal renn
Patent and Pearl Darloy
Tapioca and Sago
Arrow Root and Oatmoal
Gelatine and Isinglass
Dried Swoot Corn (Shakors')
Maccaronl and Yonnlcclll (Italian]
Pearl, Blue, and Satin Glose Starch.
WILLIAM 8. CORWIN b CO.,
Ho. 2D9 King ntrcot,
November 6 Oppoeito HaBol.
A SUPPLY OF GORDON'S PRESERVES, OF THIS
season's fruits, just rocolvod.
WM. 8. COBWIN b CO.,
No. 250 King street, opposite Haael.
CONGRESS WATER ''
WM. 8. CORWIN b OO..
No. 239 Klng-etroot, oppoeito Hasol.
CHAMPAGNES AND CLARETS.
VERZENAY, JULES MUMM Ac CO.
Cabinet, Jules Mumm b Co.
Private Stock, Jules Mumm k Co.
Heldsieck, Piper b Co.
Groat Seal, Moot b Chandon
Nathanlol Johnston's St. Loubos
Nathaniel Johnston's Modoo
Eschonauor, Bonocko b Co.'s BouUIac
Brandenburg Froro's Mcdoo
A few oases of N. Johnston's Modoo-pinta 1818, and
quarts I85I-on hand nnd for sale by
WM. 8. CORWIN 4: CO.,
Importers Wines, Brandies, ko..
No. 900 Broadway, Now York.
No. 269 King street, Charleston, 8. C.
COFFEES AND TEAS.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
Gillo's Gold Model, )
Oillo'B Plantation, [ In 1 lb. packages.
Chicory, ? J
?VU Toas sold In this ostabUshment aro imported direct
by us, and wo place thom before tho pnbllo as pure and
unadulterated Toas. WM. S. COBWIN b CO.,
October 29 No. 269 King street.
DRIED FRUITS, FIGS, &c.
JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF NEW FIGS, IN
2d and 4th drums .
Dried Curran ta
WM. a coawiN k co.,
No. 269 King atrectv Opposite Hasol.
Sap Sago, Chcdder.
WM. 8. COBWIN b CO.,.
No. 269 King-street,
October 29 Opposite liase!.
CRACKERS AND BISCUITS.
WM. 8. CORWIN it CO.,
No. 259 King-street,
October 29 Oppoeito Hasel.
WM.S.CORWIN & CO.,
' DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c.,
NO. 259 KING STREET,
(BBJsNCH OF No. 000 BBO?_DWAY, NEW YORK.)
ALL .ARTICLES BOLD FROM THIS E8T?_BLI8H
MF?NT aro of the first quality. Wo sell no goods
but what wo can recommond and warrant to bo PORE
Goods delivered to all parts of tho city, free of charge.
B?ENBT COBLi & CO.,
No. 26 TENDUE RANGE,
HAVE IN STORE AND FOR SALE,
OH KE ASOIVABLE TERMS i
O A A COILS, ) BEST QUALITY HEMP
OUU 100 Half Colls j ROPE
SO colls >i inch Manilla Rope
25 bales Gunny Cloth
100 barrels Sugars.
* . '-ABO,
?2_?oxca } LAMANTINE CANDLES
60 boxes best quality Starsh
100 boxes Soap.
60 barrels MOLASSES ." .
10 hluls. choleo P. R. Molasses_
60 barr?la Mes- Pork
100 tubs Lard
Hams, Bacon, Ac, Aro.
November 2 i fmwf.
MRS. ELLEN TURPIN
"O ESPEOTFULLY INFORMS HER OLD FRIENDS
XL and customers, and tho pnbllo Ron orally, that she
will open on MONDAY noxt, October 22d, at No. 146
Meeting street, two doors from Wentworth street, a RES
TAURANT, where every delicacy of the market wUl bo
served in the best stylo. Ladies, families, or private par
ties can secure a meal, lunch, or any dollosoy, cooked in
a style to please tho most fastidious, from 6 o'clock A.
M., until 12 o'clock at night.
Ice Cream, Cakes, Fruits, be,, to be procured dally.
MRS. E. TURPIN,
No. 146 Mooting street,
Lato Proprietress of leo Cream Garden,
October 10 ftnw No. 194 King street.
BOOTS AN? SHOES.
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH WITH
I a Urge stock of BOOTS AND SHOES for Full and
Winter Trade, consisting of Gents', Boya' and Youths'
Bootsand Shoos of nil sorts and sisee; also, Ladies' Pino
Dress Gaiters and Balmorals; Ladlee' Strong Walking
Shoes; also, a great varioty of Ladies' and Gente' House
Slippern, and Mieses end Children's Gaiters and Balmo
rals of all kinds and BIZCS-OU of which will bo sold at the
lowest market prices, by
October 18___lmo No. 881 KINQ-S-TB
F0B8ALBAT AIX PROMINENT GROCERS, WINE
MERCHANTS AND DRUOGD-TS, and Wholoealo
L. FUNK, Jr., Sole Agent,
No. 60 Lnii-RTY-STREET, NEW YORK.
August 21 Onion
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by the samo poroon who made them for over twenty
years for James Moorhead. He Laving the original ro
ooipt, can confidently recommend them canal to any
z_Ado durlruj Moorhoxd'a Ufo timo. 1 ft*
Sold In qnanU-ee to anlt vurchaeet* at Ho? W GAI?
H^DN-STRter. south side, ,L**'^*?^J??^^
September l8 : '. tuths?tmos
? .* i. '
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUB
Monds and tho pabilo that wo have REMOVED
our Furniture to tho elogaut and spacious Warerooms in
tho ADOER BUILDING. Our rooms are tho finest in
tho South, and wo have rocolvcd and aro In roedpt of a
Uno nssortmout of FURNITURE, which for quality and
cheapness is unsurpassed ia this city. Wo would say to
nil who wish to savo money, go to MACKEY k BAKER,
where you will get the worth of it thankfully returned.
"REMEMBER, THE ARGER BUILDING."
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
Entranco on Market street.
November 5 _* _ 2_
. A. Or E nsr T,
Has Removed from
CAMERON ROW, OPPOSITE UAYNE,
WHERE BE WELL BE
happy to see his friends
and patrons, and the pub
Haying a large and well
ASSORTED STOCK, and
receiving Fresh Goods
weekly by Boston and New
York steamers, he is now
prepared, with ENLARG
ED FACILITIES, to meet
the wants of one and all.
WEBB & SAGE
HAVING ADDED TO THEIR ALREADY
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
BY DIRECT IMPORTATION,
ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PUBLIC AS IN
FORMER YEARS, AT
NO. 5 HAYNE-ST.
KING & CASSIDEY,
iel a^nB?QxiisTC? ST.,
, (OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL),
CHARLESTON, 8. C. '??
E. D. KllfO, M. D., North Carolina.
J. J. CABBIDEY, NortL Carolina.
November A ' '. ? ? - '
mmfl ESTABLISHMENT HAVING BEEN THOR
J. OUQIILY ropalrod and tbe Maohlnorv put In good
order, Is NOW READY TO RECEIVE, COMPRESS AND
DELIVER COTTON wltb groaUy lncro?aed flwlllUod.
'..'... j L. OBONINO.
Octobar81 W. 8. COATES.
PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANO ....
CALIFORNIA GUANO, new ?tide, cheap ?ad
For ealo^y LEE h- SPSXCKB,
October? . f Horth AtUatlo Wbwt
NonTUB_8TXBM RAI-UOAD COUPANT,
COAB-XSTOH, Novembor 4, 1BGG
ON AND AFTER THIS DAY. TUE 6TH INST
tho foUowtDg Schodules will bo run by tho Trains
on this Road:
MATT. AND EXPRESS TRAIN.
Lonvo Charleston at.10 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence at. 4 A. M.
Leavo Floronce at.12 M.
Arrive at Charleston at.6 P. M.
P?_9SENGEB iVND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leavo Charleston at.12 M.
Arrive at Florenco at.8.46 P. M.
Leavo Florence at.4.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.1.30 P. M.
Both of those Trains mako cloeo connections with the
Through Northern Traine nt Florence. By tho Express
Train passengers roach Now York in 43?i hours.
8. 8. SOLOMONS,
Novembor 6 0 Superintendent.
GtEN'L. SCrPERINTERTDBNT'S OFFICE,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
CUAII-EHTON, November 6, I860
ON ?\ND ?AFTER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH,
tho Passengor Trains will run as follows, vi-. :
Loavo Charleston.8.00 A. M.
Arrivo at Columbia.5.20 P. M.
Arrivo at Augusta.6.00 P.M.
Loavo Aupusta.7.00 A.M.
Loavo Columbi-.6.W? A. M.
Arrivo at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
THROUGH MALL TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.6.60 P.M.
Arrivo at KlngriUe.1.06 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.00?-. M.
Leavo Columbia.2.00 P. M.
Arrivo at Ringville.3.40 P. M.
Arrivo at Augusta.12.00 night
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l. Superintendent.
November 4_ _
OHBRAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
OFFIOE Cniniw AND DARLINGTON RAILJIOAD, 1
CHXBAW, November ff, 18G6. )
ON AND AFTER TO-MORROW, OTH INSTANT, THE
following Schedule will bo run by tho trains on this
Leavo Florence at.4.46 A. M.
Arrivo at Chorawat. 7.30 A. M.
Loavo Choraw at. 8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Florenco at.1L16 A. M.
Thcso trains mako direot connections with tho trains
on tho Northeastern and Wilmington and Manchester
Railroads. S. 8. 80LOMON8,
November 6 8 Superintendent.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By Hi* Excellency, J sates L. Ona, Governor* and Com
mander-in-Chiefin and over the State of South Carolina:
EXECUTIVE DEP?_RTMENT, 1
i CO-TJMBIA, November 1, 18GG. j
WHEREAS, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THIS
State, by an Act passed on tho twenty-first day of
September, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six, entitled "An Act for the funding
of tho interest and principal of cortain'-tocks and bonds
of tho State past due," provided that Immediate provi
sions bo mado for funding tho following dobt of South
Carolina, to wit: Three hundred and ton thousand dol
lars, now past due, as tho principal of bonds of tho State
issued by virtue of an Act of tho Legislature passed in
December, in the year of our Lord ono thousand cigbt
hundred and fifty-nine, top-other with the interest on said
bonds; tho interest on an issuo of bonds to tho amount
of one million of dollars, under an Aot of the Legislature
passed In the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-four; and the interest on an issuo of bonds
to the amount of five hundred thousand dollars, issued
under an Act passed in December, in the yoar of our Lord
one thousand oight hundred and fifty-thfee, for tho build
ing of tho new State House; likewise tho interest on ono
million sovon hundred and sovonty-flvo thousand dollars
of six per cent, stock, issued for the purpose of building
the now State Houso, under several Acts of tho Legisla
ture, passed in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and fifty-elx, fifty-soven, fifty-eight, flfty-nlno,
sixty-one and nix ty-threc-the said interest to bo calculat
ed as duo np to the date of tho first day of July, ono thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-seven; without charging
interest upon interest of any portion of tho arrear or in
.And whereas, in accordance with tho provisions of
said Act, bonds of this State havo boen prepared, of tho
amounts of ono hundred, five hundred and one thousand
dollars, payable at tho Treasury in Columbia-one-half
on the first day of January, in ino year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, and the other
half on tho first day of January, in tho year of our Lord
ono thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven, with
half-yearly coupons for an interest of six-per cent, per
annum, beginning to run from the first day of July, In
tho yoar of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
Now, know ye, that in obedience to tho requirements
of the said Act, I, JAMES L. ORR, Governor and Com
mander-in-Chicf as aforesaid, do hereby call on all hold
ers of bonds iBBUod under tho Act of eighteen hundred
and flfty-nlno, now past duo, and upon all peinons hold
ing coupons past due, or to whom interest is due on the
Indebtedness above recited, to como forward and receive,
at tho Treasury of tho State, in Rou of tho existing evi
dences of indebtedness in their hands, the bonds herein
above described-to tho payment of which and the
coupons attached, the funds and faith of tho State are
Or should tho creditors of the State hereby called on
prefer, they may, upon presentation of their claims st
the Treasury, receive, in tho stead of tho Bonds afore
said, Certificates of Stock for tho amount of tho sums
duo them respectively, redeemable at the Treasury in
Columbia, on the first day of January, in tho year of our
Lord ono thousand oight hundred and eighty-seven,
bearing interest, payablo half yearly, at tho Treasury, at
tho rate of six per cent, per annum, on the first days of
January and July of each year, until tho debt be re
Exception will bo made as to persons to whom in
terest Is due upon bonds issued since tho first day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.
They are hereby called upon to furnish to tho Treasurer
a statement of tho amounts duo, and bonds wUl bo issued
to them hereafter, in accordance with such- a scale as tho
General Assembly may prescribe.
Given under my hand and tho great seal of tho 8tate, at
the City of Columbia, tho first day of Novembor,
[_. s.] 1866, and in the ninoty-first year of tho indepen
dence of tho United States of America.
JAMES L. OHR,
Governor of South Carolina.
Wat. B. HOT?., Secretary of State.
November 6 m8
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY 8AJL-NG SHIPS, SAHING EVERY WEEK. AISO
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
Great Reduction In Faro to
OAXIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA..
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at tho very lowest rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will havo their
baggago removed Free, and every care bestowed on thom.
For Ptatago, bo?, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 827 King stroet, Charleston, a O.
February -.7 . - lyr
? I lill -M-a-aa- l
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOB O*"' ASTRONOMY, A8THOLOGY. PHRE
NOLOGY AND PHYSIOONOMY-four of tho most
sublima Sciences th_t can occupy tho human mind-has
located at No, 91 BROAD STREBT, second door frota
Xing street She gives a general imitation to aU who da?
?Ireto consult on business of importance. There is no
question which may not bo eocurately luurwored, and
much misery avoided by a th-oly inquiry of this Star of
it ia (Arable, end ?wtn-Uiydo-Ars, . "".
October II T nmo
WANTED TO CHARTER.-A
^VESSEL of 1300 to 1000 barrels capacity, to load
? Naval Store?, at Georgetown, for Now York.
? 8HACKELFORD k FRASER,
Novembers_1__No. 1 Boyco's Wharf.]
FOR LIVEItPOOL.-THE BRIT
ISH bark VICTORIA, Roe?, Master, having
two-thirds of her cargo engaged and going on
board, will rccolvo dispatch for tho abovo port.
For balanoo of Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
No. 7* East Bay.
FOR LI VERPOOL..-TIIK Al
' American ship "IDA LILLY," David Steams,
? Master, 760 tona burthen, 1? now loading for
? tho above port.
For Freight ongogcniente, apply to
GIBBES k CO.,
Soptembor ia No. 10 Adqcr'a South Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE Al
1 Amor!can nhip SOUTHERN RIGHTS, L. Rosa,
> Monter, la now loading for tho abovo port.
For Freight ongagomentn, apply to
WILLIS A CRISOLM,
Soptembor 5 North Atlantic Wharf.
LINE.-TO SAIL WEDNESDAY, 7TH IN8T.
>8chr. ENCHANTRESS, Blatchford, Master, hav
.Ing bor cargo ongagod, will take whet Light
Freight may offer. Apply to .
WILLIAM ROACH, Agont,
Cornor Adgor's South Wharf and Eaat Bay.
FOR NEW YORK-TO SAIL NEXT
v WEEK.-Tho small Al brig MATRON, Morse
>Maator, will sail as abovo.
Wanted, a deck load of LUMBER, at low rates.
For Freight ongagomonta, apply to
Cornor Adgor's South Wharf and East Bay.
WANTED-A SLOOP OF ABOUT lo
' cords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River foi
s wood. Apply at DAILY NEW? ofllco, or at
C. N. AVLRILL A SON'S,
November 1 No. 70 East Bay.
EVHRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY-RETURNING
WEDNESDAY AND 8?TURDAY.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH EDISTO, ROCK
VILLE, AND INTERMEDIATE
THE FAST STEAMER
CAPT. JOSEPH F. TORRENT,
"IT/ILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF, AS ABOVE, OK
VV TUESDAY, November Oth, at 4. o'clock, A. M., pro
Freight received dally and stored without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
CHAS. L. GUTLLEAUME,
Corner East Bay and Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.-All Fxplght and Charleston Wharfago payable
here. 1 November 6
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
CAPTAIN R. H HARNEY,
~\TTTLL LEAVE BOYCE k CO.'S WHARF THUS
W AFTERNOON, 5th InaL, at* o'clock, for Edlato and
RockvlUo, 8. O. 1 _ November 5
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMER
CATT. CHAS. McGABY,
TT7TLL RECEIVE FREIGHT THIS DAY AND TO-MOR
VV ROW for Camdon and all Landings on tho Santce
and Waterco Rivora. and positively sail from South At
lantic Wharf on Wednesday Morning, tho 7th instant, at
6 o'clock precisely.
AU Freight sbippod by this lino is covored by insu
rance. Way Freight and Wharfego must bo prepaid.
For Freight engagements apply to
November 6 9 No. 11 Exchongo-strect.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID HION STEAMER
Z. IB. VAWOE,
CAPT. CHAS. MoGABBY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISON.
THE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WELL RUN
regularly botwecn Charleston and Camden; the
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
tho "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camdon.
Froight for all landings on the 8antee and Wateree
Rivera will bo received at all timoa, and storod froo of
chargo at No. 11 Exchango stroet. All freight ahlppod
by this line Is covored by Insurance.
For fnrthor Information or froight engagements, apply
to tho nnderaignod. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchange stroet, Charleston,
Ootobor SO_ O. BELL, Camdon.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE WAO
CAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Copt. LUAO DAVT?;
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Rotumlng, will leavo Gcorgotown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Froight received daily, and stored freo of charge. . :.
For Freight and Passage, apply to .
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agent?,
November 8_Accommodation Wharf.
1000 TONS BURTHEN,
_CAPTAIN L. M. OOXETTER,
TT7TLL LEAVE SOUTHERN WHARF EVERY FRI
W DAY NIGHT, i\t 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to ofllco of
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agonts,
November 1 No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
PLANTERS AND ALL IN
rB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
Agent for do tale of the HICK'S ENGINE, is now
prepared to execute orders at tho ahortost notice for
Florae Po wo? from two to twonty-?vo. For ginning,
?oletintf, and Indeed for any porpqte, this Engine Is
be cheapest almploet, most durable, and requires ano
?alfthe fuel of any otlM? offered for sala. All Engines
huTonghly tried boforo shipment, and warranted. For
?arlher partluularc, ??ply to tho offloo, ERASER'S
?TOADS'* \T3 T. L. BAOOT. Aaent
Ootobor 1? mimtno.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND inLTON HEAD.
8loamor PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MCNEI.TT.
Rteamor ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. Ricn.uiDBOH.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF. CHARLESTON,
and Charlcflton Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston ovory Monday and
Friday, and Savannah overy Wednesday and Saturday.'
Tho ELIZA HANCOX loaves Charloaton overy Wednes
day and Saturday, and Savannah overy Monday and Fri
Tho rilot Boy wiU touch at BluiRon on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and hor Wednesday trip from Sa
Freight rocolvod dally and atorod froo of charge
For Freight or Paesago, apply to
FEllOUSON k HOLMES, Agents,
Charloaton, 8. C.
T. M. MYRELL, Agent,
N. B.- Tho Stooraora of this Lino connect at Charlosto?
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Contrai and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers. November 2
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAUFORT
AND BOLTON HEAD.
OAPT. B. W. TTLTON,
liriLL LEAVE SOUTHERN WHARF, TUESDAY
VV MORNING, Nov. 6th, at 8 o'clock* proclsoly.
For Freight or Pa&sago, apply to Captain on board, or
to ORAIG, TUOMEY k CO.
Novembor2 No. 48 East Bay.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDH?A, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALI,
LANDINGS ON THE ST, JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUI8 M. COXETTER.
N AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
will sail from Soutliorn Wharf, every Friday
Night, at 10 o'clock, for tho abovo plaoes.
AU freight must bo paid hero by shlppora.
j(S5"Country papers advertising "tho DICTATOR" wiU
please chango notice to agree with above.
For Freight or Passage apply ou boord, or to the
Agonoy, No. 17 Vandorhorst's Wharf. Octobor 20
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Lcavingcach Port every alternate Thursday
STEAM8HIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAFT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CATT. H. S. LEBBX.
rriHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOE
_L MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
and comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
OAPT. O. P. MAR8HMAN.
-|X/TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
T V Thurtday, November 8, at - o'clock.
Llboral advances made on Consignments to Now York.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the ofllco of the
Agonts. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees In Now York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
A CO. . November 2
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW youie.
TUB SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S 80UTH WHARF ON
Saturday, November 10, at - o'olock precisely.
Shlppors of Cotton must present permit of Revenue
Tax Collector before engagements will bo made.
49>Ko Freight received after two o'clock on day of
sailing. RAVENEL k CO., Agents.
FOR KEY WEST, HAVANA AND
NEW OBLE ANS.
Baltimore St Havan? 8teamsblp Company.
Al STEABIHIHI? "LIBERTY," 1350 TON?,
OAPT. WM. ROLLIN8.
Al STEAMSHIP ??CUBA," 1100 TONS,
CATT. THOS. A BAIN.
THESE FINE STEAMSHIPS WILL'TOUCH REGU
LARLY at Port Royal for Passenger? and Watim
only, on Uielr way to and from Baltimore and tho abovo
"CUBA," from Port Royal to above Ports, ?;OT. *), A. M.
"LIBERTY," from Port Royal to abc ports, Deo.
For pooeago, having unsurpassed accomn ?dationa, op
"lamber!_JAME8 ADOER & ob.^
P. OPDBBB0K...7777- -.Proprietor.
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