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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 186G.
The amount of elton shipped np lu lnal report
-n_ m bale?. The total,?.'??,?',?'?1>?!^fe
wGok7io.n iwufiVi "was 6J bali?, maklnglbo total
Tmoinu d.ippoil lo dal? 103 balc-.-2V.?fl South.
General S ixl?'" otter* his mansion on Bay Btrcot
tor Bale price 66W?. How did hu get it?
Mom: RECON-TBrcnox. -His Excellency Gov.
On-, tut Batnrtlay. movod uno tho new quarters
which have been fitted up as a Gubernatorial Of
fice, in the new ?MMco opm}s.to the Court House,
known as the ?mik Ihiiltlinif. 'Iho apartments
have boon Boloclod and ftimtaSed with especial re
ference to the duties of iba Executive Depart
ment nntl lb?? location and Burroandlttga wfl_ add
much to comfort and coiivonionco in the dispatch
DKCIIVII). - ?Ve regret to loam that Hon. D.
Wyatt A* ken who was appointed by tho Governor
as iho State Itgcut for the pnrobaBO of corn for the
poor ol'Soutil Carolina, baa declined the nppoint
inoiit in eonsequenco of what he and other pru
dont business mon bchovo to be an impossibility
imposed by tho resolution of iho Legislature, viz:
That 0 ich' dollar of the bonds issued should bo
equivalent to ovorv bushel of corn laid down in
Charleston or Columbia. An extensivo correspond
ence with grain merchants and producers has do
monntratea that corn cannot bo bought and do
livorod within the terms specified by the Legisla
ture and Uio Commissioner has wisely loft tho
matter to bo further considered by the body of
which ho ia a member.-Ibid.
tVoi t li Carolina Items.
A number of the ladies of Newborn have under
taken to securo a fitting spot in Cedar Grovo
Cemetery, bl which to collect and reinter tho
Confederate dead now scattered about that ground,
with such other of tho like dead as may be brought
from a distance, and to mako their resting placo
memorable bv tho erection of a suitable monu
ment.- Charlotte Guardian.
The First Annual Fair of the Agricultural So
ciety of Duncombe is to bo hold in Ashville on the
18th proximo, Suitablo proiniums havo boen offer
ed, and all proper arrangements niado to socuro a
W. E. Thompson, Deputy United States Collec
tor, while on his way from Ashboro' to Greensboro',
on the 8th ?list., was ?seized by throo men, near
New Salem, Randolph, and robbed of all the money
in his no-3-fwiou-some ?'25?0.-Ibid.
Konu Carolina and Georgia tue rapidly going
ahead of all Hie other Southern States in manufac
luri.'i**- o:iii.?"prises. The former, indeed, bids fair
in a few years to bo in the front rank with tho New
England ?Slates in this rcapoet. The State is wide
avralco. Hlie has now in the course of construction
not les.-than lilly establishments of this kind, all
to be on a large scale and requiring largo capital
to put them in motion. In FnycttoviUo and vicin
ity thero aro nlxcady a dozen cotton factories in
full blast. At Raleigh a factory is now being built
for the manufacture of cotton and woollen goods
of thofincat quality. At Charlotte is the Rock Is
land Manufacturing Company, whose factory turns
out iii. boat cloth and cussimercs. The Raleigh
Sentinel speaks of samples of these goods and de
clares that thev ave superior to those imported.
This mill runs 2300 spindles, turns out somo 72,000
yards of cloth per month, and consumes about
200,000 pounds of wool a year. Besides theso largo
iron foundries arc bciug established in tho non re
jious of the State, to dovolop a source of wealth
lithorto but little tried.
Tu:: R_ssi_-tnA-?-BlO_-l TELEQBAPB.- A corres
pondent of tho Ilerald describes the work already
accomplished fn Asia by the COLLINS' Telegraph
Expedition. Major ABASA has explored tho route
botwecu Ghijiga and Okhotsk, and found it fcasi
blo for tho construction of the tolcgrarh. Capt.
MAHOOD has explored tho route from tho mouth of
the Amoor to Okhotsk, and found it feasible for
the work. Lieutenant KENNON has explored the
route from Ghijiga to Anadvrsk, and from that
point to Anadyr Bay, and found it feasible for tho
work. Captain Macrae has travelled among tho
Tchuehtis, the savage tribes in tho northern part
of Siboria. and found them entirely frioudly.
Major Abasa has travelled among the Koriaks aiid
the nativo Kamchadolcs, and found them eiit'uoly
friendly. Capt. Mahood and ?Major Abasa havo
travelled among the Tungusi and other tribes be
twoon Ghijiga and the month of tho Amoor, and
found thom entirely friendly. The Tungusi re
vealed to them a route through the mountains
which they have hitherto kept secret for their own
Work has boon commenced at soveral points
wherever workmen eau bo procured. Rolos wcro
boin;'; cut and houses constructed for stations and
Supply dopole. Points have been selected nlong
tho Okhotsk Sea for landing supplies and malovinl
for the line. Those aro mainly at tho mouths of
rivors that may bo used foi* transportation to tho
interior. A sulticient utunlior of workmen will bo
?irocured at Yakantsk for building tho Uno where
ho natives aro not in desired abundance or aro un
willing to labor. Major Abasa has already made
tho preliminary arrangements foi-obtaining these
workmen. Material and supplies will bo provided
ae fast as iho ships arrive at Ghijiga.
MI.XIGAN REI'-?I.IV'AN AiiiiY.-The Now York
Times says :
President Juarez, of Mexico, in viow of tho de
parture of Maximilian and tho ronowal of tho Re
publican power, has commenced serious efforts for
tho organization of an luiny, and ia trying to ob
tain as many American officers as possible, of va
rions ranks, to assist in the work-boing in no way
particular whether their antecedent i arc Robel or
Union, so that tlicy display somewhat of tho capa
city which distinguished tho loadors on both
sides in our late war. Wo hoar that somo notable
Confed?rala Generals havo had very tompting
offers ninda lo them, and as thoy a.o precluded
from holding nffico, military or civil, iu tho United
Stales, or, ?-.I least, will bo'procludod on the pas
sage of the Constitutional Amendment, thero aro
not tx lew who have already acceded to the proposi
tions of Jiunez. It is understood, however, that
oven if our Govt rnmont offered no objection, Gon.
Leo will in no event accept any military oflbr from
Mexico or elsewhere, having lirmlv resolved to de
voto his lifo lo the educational pursuits in which
ho is now engaged in Virginia. Tho Confederates
who have boon offered servico bat-eve that here
after our authorities will not intorfero with thoir
acceptance of it, considering our relations with
Mqxieo and tbo futuro prospects of tho country.
It Is certain that Ju iroz could in no quarter of tho
world obtain nfneors of equal military skill and
experience, or who would be so thoroughly capablo
of bringing oi 1er out of tho chronic confusion of
-.. .. -?.#..
TUBSOOTUERN M-THODI8T3.- Tho annual con
feronco of the Methodist Protestant Church of
Virginia wa* hold at Lynchburg hat wock, and re
"That our goneral conference, having roforred
tho commissioners of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church South and their ovoriuros to tho conside
ration and action of our general convention to moot
In Montgomery, Ala., in May next, wo recommend
our dologtite- lo tint botlv lo be instructed to uso
their inlluenec to havo corresponding commission
era appointed tin our part, to meet and confer with
those ofUiO Methodist Episcopal Chnrch South
upon this i-.ubjcct, mid to facilitate tho contem
plated union of the two churches upon Btioh terms
and principio:-? an shall not compromiso tho integri
ty of tho Moihodist Protestant Church, and shall
bo satisfactory Mid honorable to both churches,
and to have thoir ontiro procoodiugs in tho caso
referred to our annual conference for ratification
Tho Washington Gazotto reports nomo cotton
gioklng on the plantation ?if Mr. R. A. Lynn.
.. ?y-ou"htt1Vl3' "% wl,om 0I*? was a woman, picked
l?3o lbs. in a doy, a fraction loss than 220 Its.
.- - -.?. - -
WE BSFEn to tho atlvortisoinont of JOUN COM
Mma, whoio ho offers for salo 200 oases of boots
and shoes, mode to order, which he offers at ro
tail. Also long-leg hunting and water-proof boots
of all descriptions, at No. 137 Mcoting-stroct, up
BETTEB THAN Cos-ntTica-Many attempts havo
been nando at manufaotuiing a soap which should
possess such healing and modloinal qualities as
would utterly do away with cosmotios ov washes,
which at best afford but temporary relief. Cos?
OATE's Arom^io Vogetablo Soap is mado.of tho
oils of-nob mou'.c'ual pUnts as to make it oape-*
oi?ily mud and healing In it? properties, and heno?
partic-Iailj applicable- to the use of ladlee an_
25 ??fcffgSKSff **" (CAKVA8ED,
Landing from steamship k. B. Souder, and for ?ale by
November 11 ta"1 BBy' corntr AJf-<cr'8 Wharf
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET, ALES, ?re.
?T) rr CASES CnAMPAONE
-U*J 50 muni superior (.'lurct
2 half pipes st. .Tullen Claret
ro bbl?. scotch Ale.
.liwt received and for Bale by
November 14 Ew,t "?* LOrucr Al1?cr"B Wtorf;
35 SHhtf?S&& " CII0ICE- ??*
Wine Trade of the United States!
Fure California Champagne,
TVTADE AND PREPARED AS IE DONE IN FRANCK
give a correct idea of the quality of their Wine: 7
"CONTINEKTAL HOTEL, 1
'.Msssna. BOUCKU A^a DEU>UIA' 0ctobcr25' TM
.'SSSW?1.' Ua^nB given your Cabfornio Champagne
o.thorough test, wo toko plcoauro in saying that wo think
it tho best American Wine wo have over ?sJd y\o_\_?
Btonco place it on our bill of Taro ?OB?BU
"???*? 5S&-? J- E- KINGSLEY & CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER ?Se CO,,
November It wfroSmo No. 36 DEY STREET, N. Y.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN APPOINTFD
HOLE AOENT in this State for thoeaW the ??
brated "ORANGE" POWDER, ia prepared to rapPIv cou
?uniera and tho trade with the folfowinK . 8UPI"y con
"0U?!;'lfcIS,LE P0WDER'in keg?, half kegs and
XWrS^Sii ?PORTING POWDER, in canlater?.
BLASTING POWDER, in kegs ?"???.ra.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Quality guaranteed equal to any made
Sportsmen aro roquustcd to leave their name? and
samples will bo sont to tbem. CHAS. H. MO?SE.
Wholesale Dealer in Grocurio?- and Liquor?
October 12 _ fmw No. 0 Hoyne street.
BREAKFAST BACON, SIDES,
IO OOO LBS-.EXTRA BREAKFAST BACON
J-\Ia\J\J*_f U hilda. Ribbed and (.Hoar Side?
K package? Leaf Lnrd
20 keg? Goshen Butter
20 bbls. low pricod Sugar,
landing mid for salo by
November 12 mw2 _Rjfc A. P. CALDWELL.
?LOO I?nl'S- EXTRA, SUPER, FINE AND MID
lor sale bj K. lV A p CALDWELL
20 bill?. EXTRA RYE FLOUR.
_?fovombe^l2 __ raV,
SWEET ORANGES," MALAGA
35 BBLS. CHOICE SW-ET ORANGES, in uno
order, to ?hip to any part of tho country
4 kegs Choleo Malaga Grape?
15 boxes Cholee Lemons
20 hblfl. Choice Apples
20 dozen boxes Havana Jelly.
. , , .,_ ALSO IN HTOIU: :*
?S? T C*0ICE HAVANA SEO ARS, difforeut brands
I ino Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
I-or sale by JOHN B. TOGNI,
. Novemb^Vo21 "*&?"* '^?2ffg?L
WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
THE UNDERSIGNED IS A BUYER OF WOOLS OF
all textures, exclusively for English account
IT- , , Lrcbango-Btrcot, Charleston. S. C
Octo?nUll-y ' ? Manufacturer for O. S. A.)
>er ' _ ._ ._ vrfm2mos
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
iPOHMKllLY JOHN ASIIIIURST ANO CO.)
GEORGE O. GOODRICH,
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
ALL OF WHIcn HAS BEHN SELECTED WITH
CAKE, AND WILL BE SOLD TO FIRdT-CLASS BUY
ERS AT LOWEST P1.10E8.
OCO'T?? frngnatll Omon
KING ?fe CASSIDEY,
l61 3M:EETI3STC3- ST.,
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL),
CHARLESTON, g. C.
B. D. Kiiva, M. D., North Carolina. '
J. J. CASSIDEY, North Carolin?.
mra suBaoBiBraa BEO LEAVE TO INFORM
s~-vr-o T>X ."." . jT.wu, vu ?nu ? ?roan, near
N. RT&oUiwtd Depot AB order? entraste* tothSnwiH
bo att^ndod to with dlspniob. ""
<X***H tit* VBaU^WaVWKKhQO.
TO ARRIVE PER STEAMSHIP KINGFISH
1 00 B-1LS- SUPERFINE FLOUR, ?DEi?ARARA.
tC?f? BALES OF PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY
JL \_\ \J landing from steamer Saragossa, for Rale by
Novomber 14 _1_RAVENEL k CO.
1 C\(\ DARREL8 FINE FLOUR-JUST RECEIVED
?\J\J AND FOR SALE BY
November 14 1 RAVENEL k CO.
"I /^ BOXES BREAKFAST BACON
JLv/ Tea. SiiK?r-curcd Hams.
FM mil- low to close consignment.-?.
10 kegs pure LEAF LARD.
R. W. GALE A CO..
Noa. 45 and l8 Wentworth st?rmt.
November 11 ._?
APPLES AND POTATOES,
LANDING THIS DAT PER STEAMER
KINGFISHER FROM BALTIMORE.
A f\ BBLS. PRIME RED APPLES
?_t\J 40 bag?, 3 bushel?, Irish Potatoes
10 bble., 3 bushchi, Irish Potatoes
For salo by I8AAC E. HERTZ A- CO.,
No. 201 East Boy, corner of Cumberland stroct.
November 14 1
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
For ?ale by
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
November 14 WUIB3 No. 2 Union Wharf.
CORN, OATS, &c.
9AAA BU8HEL8 PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
-_\J\J\J INO por steamer Adele, and in atoro
2000 bushel? prime Maryland Oat?, to arrive per steamer.
COTTON DUCK, assorted numbora.
For ?ale by B. M. BUTLER,
Novombor 13_2 North Atlantic Wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
i)AAA SACKS 8ALT JUST RECEIVED PER BRIT
TS \J\J \J ISH brig "Albort" ftoin Liverpool, and now
landing at Boyeo k Co.'? Wharf. For sale in lota to suit
purchaser?, by ROBERT MURE k CO.
November 13 3
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMERS E.
R. SOUDER AND ANDALUSIA.
?)f\ HHDS. CLEAR RIBBED BACON SIDES
__\J 20 blub?, and boxes Prime Shoulders
15 boxes Plantation Bacpn
10 tierces new Sugar Cured Hann
10 llrkiiiH Goshen Butter
DO boxes Factory Cheese
r>0 bbls. Sugar, Crushed-A B and C
20 bbls. Brown Su-mr
15 half bbls. Fulton Market Beef
20 bbls. Mesa Fork
Bbls., half bbls. and kitls, 1, 2, 3, Mackerel.
For sale by WM. GURNEY,
November 13 3 No. 102 East Bay.
/innAIIEADS GOOD CABBAGES, FOR SALE
Lx\J\j\j low while landing, and delivered to any
part of the city free of charge, by
J. & W. II. ARMSTRONG,
Nos. 40 und -12 Market Btrcct,
November 12 3 North Hide, near Meeting.
BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
CtC\ HHDS. STRICTLY CHOICE SIDES
__\J 10 hhds. Strictly Choico C. II. Side?
20 hhds. Strictly Choico Shouldors.
Lauding and for ?ale by
November 12 3 HENRY COBLA k CO.
-i rvrk/vsACKs LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT, IN
_L\/ \J \J largo twilled sacks, for sale by
November 12 mwf4 HENRY COBIA k CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
PAA CORDS YELLOW PINE
250 TONS SMITH'S COAL-to arrive.
For sale low by
HOPKINS. MCPHERSON ? co..
Xovombcr 3 No. 4 Southorn Whar*.
FAMILY SOAP, BUTTER, &c.
_(\t\ BOXES FAY'8 FAMILY SOAP
WJ\J 30 ?rklus Choice Mountain Butter
40 boxes English Dairy Cheese, No. 1
30 bbls. Extra C Sugar.
Will bo Bold low to close consignment.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
November 12 Warehouse Church street
/-A BBLS. FINE APPLES
For Baie low v, hilo lauding, by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
November 7 No. 1G7 East Bay.
CHARLESTON WEEKLY NEWS.
THE PUBLISHERS OF THE "CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS" havo great pleasure in stating to tho public that
they have commenced the publication of
"THE WEEKLY NEWS."
THE AIM OF THE PUBLISHERS WILL BE TO
"THE WEEKLY NEWS"
THE BEST WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISH
ED IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
IrJ? WILL CONTAIN:
ACCURATE MARKET REPORTS
READING FOR THE FAMILY CIRCLE
POETRY AND LITERARY MATTER
ABLE EDITORIALS ON THE 8UBJECTS OF THE DAY.
IT HAS MORE
Than any other Weekly published outside of Now
SUBSCRIPTION NERM8-ONLY ?3 A YEAB. NO
SUBSCRIPTION RECEIVED WITHOUT THB CASH.
CATHCART, M'MILMN.& MORTON,
No. l8 Hayno-St., Charleston, S. C.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-50O BALES TO
COMPLETE ENGAGEMENTS.-The strictly
Al Amorican Ship MISSOURI, Edward? Mas
ter, having ono-ballof her cargo engaged, wiU
sall for tho above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO..
November 12 No. 74 East Bay.
I-'OR LIVERPOOL.-TO HAIL
^ ON THE 13TH.-The Al American ship SOUTH
*?>KRN RIGHTS, L. RoPH.Maatcr, wanto 250 bales
?Colton to completo cargo
For Freight engagement?, apply to
WILLIS k CHISOLM.
September 0 North Atlautit- Wlmrf.
POR LIVERPOOL.-THE I?RIT
? ISH bark VICTORIA, Ross. Master, having
I two-thirds of her cargo engaged and going on
? I"uni, will receive dispatch for tho nbovn port.
For hillanco oi Freight engagement?, apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO..
October 2:? No. 74 East Buy.
FOR HOSTON.-THE PINE BOHR.
KATE WENTWORTH, Adam? Master, having
?.two-thirds of her cargo ongaged, will meut with
?dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagement?, apply to
STREET BROTHERS A CO..
November 12 No. 74 Ea?t Bay.
VESSEL WANTED.-WANTED TO
cngago a FLAT or VESSEL, to carry wood from
i>ii landing on the Ashley River, near Dorchester.
Apply to JOHN F. TAYLOR k CO,,
November 12 C Phoenix Iron Work?.
WANTED-A SLOOP OF ABOUT 15
' cords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River for
^wood. Apply at DAILY NEWB o nice, or at
C. N. AVERILL k SON'S,
November 2_No. 70 East Bay.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
EUR O I?E,
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALSC
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and fron
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant
Ireland at the very lowest rnlcs.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have theil
bagRapo removed Free, and every caro bestowed on them
I For Tassage, Ac. apply to M. __. QUINN,
No. 627 King atrcet, Charleston, S. C.
February 27 IJT
1 G EN'L. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, November 5, I860.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH,
the Passenger Train? will run as follows, viz. :
Leave Charleston.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6.00 P. M.
Leave Augusta.7.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.0.50 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M
THROUGH MAIL TRAIN.
i Leave Augusta.6.60 P. M
| Arrive at KingviUo.1.05 A.M.
I Arrive at Columbia.3.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.2.00 P. M
Arrive at Ringville.3.40 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.12.00 nighl
H. T. PEAKE, Geu'l. Superintendent.
OEN'L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
Cii.uiLi.sroN, S. C, November 5, 16CG.
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 7, 1800, THE CAMDEK
FREIGHT and PASSENGER TRAIN will run ai
Leave Ringville.3.45 P. M.
Arrive at Sanders.5.40 P. M.
I.eavo Sanders.0.30 A M.
Arrive at KingviUo.8.30 A. M.
Leave Ringville on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, am
Leave landers on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, am
FRIDAYS. H. T. PEAKE,
November C General Superintendent.
K?W YORK LIFE B??KCE COMPANY
Established 1845-21 years.
Dividend (to the Insured) January. 18C0, 5(
per cent, on premium.
THIS l8 A MUTUAL COMPANY, IN WHICH THI
insured aro tho only Stockholder?, and receive al
the prout?, thus being
INSURED AT COST ONLY.
A credit la allowed in payment of promlums, thus
enabling ono lo insure for a larger amount than ho oth
Application? received on tho most favorable terms anc
respectfully solicited by
THOMAS FROST, Agent,
North Atlantic Wharf.
November 10 swflmo
CUTIOS AND CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU
VIAN GUANO, AT LES8 THAN HALF THI
COST. Barr?la 260 pounds each; eight to tho ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF* CHARLESTON, 8. C.
November 1 2mo
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
C. A. DeSAUSSURE, Agent,
OF THE ABOVE COMPANY, WILL ATTEND TC
any bualnoBO thereof, a? usual, at No. 29 BROAD
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 118 EAST BAY TC
C1 NTRAL WHARF (drat wharf below tho markot)
whero they will bo pleased to soo their friend? and pa
troiiH. lmo October 27
R. E. 80REVEN. DOUGLAS NISBET
SCREVEN & NISBET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE
Purchase anti I. MOPE of ''otton, Rice, te
OFFICE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, oornor of thi
?Hoy leading to Vendue Bango. (Eutranoo on whar
or Bongo.) November 12
WILKINSON A GILCHRIST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
.. , SOLICITOUS IN EQUITY.
3. W. WILKINSON.B. 0. GILCHRIST
NoT*mbe*8 8 wa
GEORGE W. W
HAYNE STREET, (
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & GO.,
Church-street, Charleston, S. C.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS. E. C. WILLIAMS. J. H.
HAVING ESTABLISHED OUR HOUSES AS
THE TRANSACTION OP YOUR BUSINESS IN CH
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
TUE LANDENG8 ON THE ST. JOHN'8 RIVER A3
FAR AS T?LATELA.
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely.
For Freight or Passago apply on hoare), or tit tho of
fice. North Atlantic Wharf.
ffd 'Freight received daily and Htorod free of chnrg??.
JOHN MAHONEY, Jo., Agent.
BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THE SPLENDID STEAM PACKET
-EII-v-CII-I -E s
CAPT. W. F. ADAIR,
TT/TLL LEAVE SOOTH ATLANTIC WHARF, AS
VV ABOVE, on Thursday Night, 15th inst, at 10
Freight received dally and stared free of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
Novomber 13_ 3_South Atlantic Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW 8PLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z- _B_ "V_tf_-_iSrO__3
CAPT. CHiVS. McGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISSON.
THE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
regularly between Charleston and Cum dun; the
"Z. II. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
the "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
. Freight for all landings on tlio Baillee and Watorco
I j Rivers will bo received at all times, and stored freo of
charge at No. 11 Exebaiigc street. All freight shipped
by this lino is covered by insurance.
For further Information or froight engagements, apply
to the undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchange stn-i-.t, Charleston,
BROCK k BENBOW, Wright's Blnff. .
October 30 _ 0. BELL, Camden. _
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
REMI- W E E K L Y .
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS t>N TII__ WAC
CADIAAV AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
T17E8DAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leavo Georgetown ovcry THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received dally, and storod freo of charge.
For Froight and Passage apply to
FEBUUbON k HOLMES, Agents,
November 3 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston and Silvan uah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MONELTY.
Stoamor ELIZA HANCOX... .Captain J. K. RIOHABDSON.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
Tho PILOT BOY leaves Charleston overy Monday and
Friday, ond Savannah overy Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX leaven Charleston every Wednes
day and Saturday, and Savannah overy Monday and Fri
The Pilot Boy will touch at Bluffton on nor Monday
trip from Charleston, aiid hor Wednesday trip from Sft
Freight rccclvod dally and storod freo of chorgo.
For Freight or Passage apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agent?,
Charleston, S. C.
T. M. MYRELL, Agent.
N. B.-Tho Steamer, of tliis Lino connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, ond at
Savannah with Contrai ami Albany and Gulf Railroad-and
Florida stoamors._November 2
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
?c-DIOT?A_TO R, ??
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COZKTTBR.
ON AND AFTER TOB SUTH OOTOBEB, 1-OB FINK
?HIP will Mil flrom _onth.ro Wharf, -Tory Friday
Niant, at 10 o'clock, tor Ita? ?boro pUoM.
An fw-aht mut bo paid her? byatdpoor*._. __,_
. ?arOoantry papers advertising "tho DICTATOR" will
UMM change BOOM to agree with above.
ros -__S_I or Pansage apply en bou?, or to tho
A_*u_y. No. 17 V__d__b<>r?.,a Vihaxt Oatobor 20
ILLIAMS & CO.,
?HAKLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
No. 147 Maiden Lane, New York.
TAYLOR. W5I. BIRNIE, Jn. EDWIN PLATT.
ABOVE, WE OFFER YOU OUR SERVICES FOR
ARLESTON AND NEW YORK.
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW YORK.
WILL LEAVE ADOER'S SOUTH WHARF ON
WEDNESDAY, November 14, at 12 o'clock pre
Shippers of Cotton must present permit of Rcvouuo
Tai Collector before engagements will bo made.
RAVENEL & CO., Agent?.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every alternate Tliursdn y
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
GAIT. R. W. LOCKWOOO.
CAPT. H. S. LEUDY.
rriHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUGE
J_ MENT TO SHIPPEUS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
ger?, with tablea ?upplicd by every luxury the Now York
and Charleston market? can afford; and, for safety, speed
and comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WnARF ON
Thursday, November l8, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Liboral advances made on OoiiHigiuiHii?i to New York.
For Freight or Pussage, applv at the ofllco of thu
Agents. WILLIS k CIIISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO. Novumoor 8
THE FTS_ STEAM8HIT
TX/TLL COMMENCE RECEIVING FREIGHT THIS
VV DAY, AT ATLANTIC WHARF, and will sall on
FRIDAY, 10th Novembor, a' 3 o'clock P. M.
Cotton Freight? to Baltimr *>, por balo.$2.00
Cotton Freight? to Phila- .mia por balo.2.50
Cotton Freight? to New York, per bale. 3.00
(Through by steamer)
For Freight engagement? apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM, Agents,
No. 2 Union Wharf.
November 13 4
FOR KEY WEST, HAVANA AND
Baltimore Si Havana Steamship Company.
Al STEAMSIIII> "LIBERTY," 1?50 TONS,
CAPT. WM. ROLLINS.
Al STEAMSHIP "CUBA," 1100 TONS,
CAPT. TII0S. A. BAIN.
THESE FINE STEAMSHIPS WILL TOCCn REGU
LARLY at Port Royal for Passengora and Mails
only, on their way to and from Baltimore and the above
?CUBA,** from Port Royal to ahovo Port?, Nov. 20, A. M.
?LIBERTY," from Port Royal to abovo ports, Dec
-, A. M.
For pasaago, having unsurpassed accommodations, ap
ply to JAMES ADGER A CO.
"IDIOT A TOR,"
10OO TONS BVRTHB?,
CAPTAIN L. M. OOXETTEB,
TTTILL LEAVE SOUTHERN WHARF EVERT FE?
yV DAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, lor this port.
For Freighter PaJuage, apply on board, or to oftoe o?
J. D. AIKEN A CO.. Agenta,
NoYUQbcrl Wo. IT ItaMhNtfi WtaA