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THURSDAY MOUSING NOVEMBEB 13. IW3.
Tho Kow York papua uf .Monday contain Hi? fol
lowing itema crWasbiustou news :
WBIXMW AW BTOai*-3 ? T? alABAZtAfl.
____x\_i.i\cv O. W. Cooper, commanding tho
United titato* steamer Wfnooski, report?, under
?lue i i"October 31, tbo arrival of his vowel at Ma
Urn? Cub? aflora cruise in tho vicinityof the
?..i,;.:...., Commander Cooper soiled on tho loth
tit October toe Iho purpose of auMathig what wa? j
ronortcd to I??" American ehip ashore, near
Mr > . tocl?, Lillie Bahama. Tins VPBSOI
nwrad to l-o tho English Bhip Lord Elgin,
from Peuiaeola, florida, bound to Liverpool.
The cSioera and now had boc:! taken oil
hv n \V ?ii bound to Key Weat, Florida. At
Abaco an Amorican bark liad tone ashore,
and -ti: OH hoard wore lost. The English brig ltu
ven lind been capsized at Great Stirrup Crae and
driven aakoro. Nom: on board had boen saved. On
tho ?*i Commander Cooper ?topped at Nassau,
where" at tho request ol'our Consul at that placo,
five .Cniorioan machinists woro taken on board tho
Winooski for passago to Matanzas, they having
boon wrecked in the bark Willio Rich, on tho Baha
mas, lljrtho arrival at Nassau on tho 27th of a
uchooucr from Inagua, accounts were received of
tho dost ruction of the f-cltlomcnt ou Turks Island,
and the wrecking of thirty foreign v?asela by tho
recent hurricane which visited tho Bahamas. At
the date of bia despatch, Commander Cooper pro
posed to sail Hoon for Key West.
MOItr. AllOUT THE COXSPIBACY TO HANG SIR. DAVIS.
Sanford Conover alias J. A. Dunham, has been
indicted for perjury by the Grand Jury of thiH
district, in swearing boforo the House Judiciary
Com mit too that ho waa an agent employed by
Jeff. Davis and others to assist in the assassina
tion of President Lincoln. Owing to a quarrel be
tween Conover and others concerned with him, an
esposo took plac:;, by which it appears that Cono
ver got up a lot of bogus ovidenco, which implica
ted Jeff. Davis in tho nsiiassination plot. Tho par
ties imposed on the War Department, and Con
gress and thwJudgo Advocate Genoralhasoffocted
tlie arrest of Conover, who is in jail hero.
TUE nEUNJON OF TUB AHMT OF TENNESSEE.
General Gr;int docided late last evening not to
attend tho celebration of tbo Army of Tonncsscc,
which comos off at Cincinnati. He is detained
bore by important oflieial duties, and regrets ex
ceedingly that ho cannot bo present on that inter
esting occasion. Gonoral Rawlings and Colonel
Parker, of his staff, loft this evening to participate
in tho affair. It was tho intontion of both Grant
and Sherman to bo present on that occasion, but
matters have transpired rccontly which preclude
the possibility of either of those "distinguished of
ficers being present.
II. JT. T. Hunter, of Virginia, arrived boro to
dav. It is understood that ho is looking after Ids
pardon. His, with somo hundred and lilty othor
applications of prominent men who Agorad in the
rebellion, aro hung up, and likely to lie for some
The delegation appointed by Gov. Humphreys,
of Mississippi, to present the' lesolutions of the.
Legislature ofthat .State to the President, asking
for the rcloaso of Jefferson Davis, have filed thom
with tho Private Sccrotarv, togcthor with a memo
rial setting forth certain facts, and praying for bia
release purely oi^tho grounds of humanity. Thoy
expect a reply from ?ho President to-morrow.
The following financial items woro obtained from
tho bureaus of tbo Treasury Department, at tho
close of business, Saturday, November 10: Nation
al banks, amount of circulation issued for the
week, $731,250: total circulation. iBBUod to dato,
$296,030,104. The Treasurer of the United States
holds security for National Bank curronoy, United
States bouda, to tbo amount of $339,858,150; for
depositories cf public money, $39,438,950; total,
Tbcro has been no change in tho number of Na
tional Banks, or the amount of their capital during
There has been redeemed during the week of
fractional currency, $238,300. Tbo shipments for
the week wcro, to National Banks, $261,535.45 ; to
Unitod States depositories at Ballimore, $75,000.
Tbo rccoipts of Internal Revenue for the week
aggrcgato $4,730,010.87. Total receipts from July
1 to date, $133,078,150.00.
OBGANIZATION OF RADICAL THOOTO.
Tbo National InleU.igencer publishes the follow
ing call, takon from FORNET':; Chronicle:
Being profoundly impressed with the importance
of the struggle through which tho country is pass
ing, and of tho nccossity of preserving tbo resulta
gained by tho triumphs in tho Held, and more re
cently at rho polls, tua undersigned, a committee
appointed by the Soldiers' aud Sailors' Union of
Washington, D. C. do, in their name, earnestly
invito ?heir comrades, the loyal veterans of tho
Republic, v.ib'i a 1 other friends of the groat cause
of Union and Liberty, to meet in a national mass
welcome and council, to be held in this the Federal
Capital, on Saturday, December tho 1st proximo.
vic ask your presence to honor and assure pro
tection to tho loyal majority in tho Thirty-ninth
Congress, in whom we rccog'nize faithful guardians
of our assailed institutions and ablo supporters of
the principles involvod.
Come in your might ! By y6ur prcsonco show
how fitcruly loyalty can rebuke treason. Prove
N thereby .bat tbo threats and insults of a treacher
ous Executive against the legislative branch of tho
Government cannot intimidate a freo pooplo.
Hore in the Federal capital must our great strug
gle culminate in wiso and oquitablo legislation.
Hero, don, should wo assomblo to encourage and
Strengthen Congress-to whoso hands tho Consti
tution wisely intrusts the power-to such just ac
tion na will make peace pormanent and hbortv
universal. D. S. CURTIS,
It. H. HINTON.
A. J. BENNETT,
W. S. MORSE,
L. ?DW1N DUDLEY.
Correspondence io invited, and may be addressed,
l!. J. Hinton, Washington, D. C.
The Iii'.cUitjenccr comments on the above as fol
Wo aro pained and shocked to announce, from
many aourcos of roliablo information, that tho
above call looks to the establishment boro en per
manence of au organized forc? to bo subject to tUo
orders of Congress. What thoy may bo, and what
disastrous calamities impend ovor our boloved
country, Hcavon only knowB. But the ferocious
common of Butloi, Wadu and Forney, may bo car
ried out by the "sword, smoking with bloody exo
. culion." Wo aro romindod bv tb?8 of tho throats
once nudo by partisans in ??ew York, to organizo
an crmy of 10,000 men to encamp upon Capitol
Hill to ovorawo tbo administration of Androw
-? ? ?
Tiio Richmond Examiner, ot Monday, says:
The old bell of William and Mary Collogo has
boen taken down from the college at Williamsburg,
va to be brought North for recasting. . It is an
old colonial rolie. It rang out its peals, summon
ing tho college students to prayers, studios and
mM:,, lonj; before tho Amorican revolution.
J.. ,ll)ovo paragraph has boon going the rounds
or tao papen for somo timo, and w? regret to bo
eoinp >Uufl to sprvll iho merit or it. Tho old boll,
wnicli wan entitled lo nntc-rovolutionary reputa
tion, mt a small al?air-r.bont ono-fourth tho aizo
01 tho e:;o lr.tolv removed. It had on it this in
scription: ''Wiliiam and Mary Collogo, 1717." Be
ing crackod, it was ?out to tho foundry of David I.
Bun- <t Co.. of this citv, in 1839 or '40, and tho now
boll nullo le order was composed in part of tho
material of tho old one. Tho writer has in bin po3
BOSSion o fragment of the old bcU, with thone lot
tars and figure?, "edge. 1717."
The Indiana Colored SUto Convention adjourn
ed on linday afternoon. Tho procoding two days
iiaei Doon taken up in listening to i3poeche3 from
mito men, who g ..vc thom much r.dvioo. but took
strong grouuds in favor of impartial suffrage. A
resolution v.;? adopto? pledging tho momboru of
tho Conver.tio i to uso thoir effort? to obtain Bah
eci'lctlpnn li? the slock for a bank, to bo run on
tiroly by colored mon.
A KV7" 0*'J?3ia di patch, of tin 10th innt., savu:
^'Tho Houston (Toxaa) Journal loams that Gen.
SHERIDAN communicated to Gov. THROCKMORTON
an order u-om Gen. GIUIJT rosognizing tho nullill
cation of General Oidora No. 3, whiob authorized
military commanders in tho South to arrest all
partios charged with certain offoncoa, on failuro or
inability of the civil aulhoritios to do eo."
For somo tuno past workmon havo boon engaged
in boring an nrto3_nn woU at tho Union Stook Yard
in Chicago. Thursday, at tho dopth of 1050 foot,
thoy struck a voin of nuro water, whiob ia flowing
at tus ra.co* ihr os liuadrcd and eixt?' barr?la a
Valuable Seo Island Colton Plantation at Private
BY CLIFFORD -te MATHEWES,
Ken! E-ilntc Agents, Ko. 31 L.*5 Broad street.
SYDNEY (?HOVE, ??it noted ut Tort Royal Ferry, on the
Gaosaw River, ten miles from Beaufort, in Prtnco Wil
liam's ParlBli, con iilni-;,' 851 ?icrc;>, 3">l) cleared, balance
In woods. The land in Known lo bo very prod ?olive.
ami the location admirably adapted for a elorc ami a
lumber yard tor Iii?- sale of lumber on 'commission.
Wat r tr.iusport'.itiou abundant.
November l8 tulliMi
Cotton I'la ?luiion and Mill,
HY ClalFFORU ate MATHEWES,
Heal E*.lnlc Agent?? Ko. 31 l-'i Bruud street.
At Fri ville Sale
UPLAND COTTON AND PROVISION PLANTATION,
.2 miles Irom Camdon, on Llttlo Plue Tree Creek; UT5
acres; Mu cleared; balance well timbered. On the placo
lu a new Wheat mai Corn ?Mill, on a novor-falllug stream,
with 10 feet head of water, overseer's house, corn lionne,
stable, mai accommodation!? for 60 uegroeu. This place ii
perfectly healthy aU the rear.
Within a half milo or Hu* Mill, lu the village of Kirk
wood, a Dwelling House of 7 room-j, well ilnishcd, with
ostensivo basements for storerooms, nil necessary out
building*?, and 15 acres of Land, all of which will bo clod
November C tutl'i.G
Sea Island Cotton and Rice Plantations lo Lease.
BY" CLIFFORD ?S? MATHEWE9,
Heul Estate ?.gents, Ko. 31 1- - Broad-street.
To Leane, for ii term of yearn, in the Pai-tah of St.
James, Santee. tho following valuable PL.\NT?\TIONS,
for producing Sea Inland Cotton and Rice:
THOMPSON PLANTATION, 0000 acres; 200 cleared;
.-lu inland swamp.
M1LLDAM OR COFFEE'S PLANTATION, 175 ncrCB
cleared highland; 1-5 Inland swamp.
FLATFIELD PLANTATION, 2000 acres; 200 cleared.
DUX SAINTS OR DONNEAU'S, 1500 acres; 200
The above adjoin, and will be leased separately or to
gether. . tuthsG November 6
Sea Island Colton Plantation for Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-3 Broad Street.
At Private Sale
RUSHLAND PLANTATION, situated on tho Stono
River, John's Island, 7 milos from Charleston, and ac
cessible at all Unies by water-020 acres, 400 cloare.d,
llrst quality Cotton land. Largo crops of Cotton have
been made ou this place; ha? a river front of ono milo,
with beautiful location for building. Its proximity to
tho City alford, groat facilities for marketing. On the
place arc twelve negro houses and an engine house.
November 3 stuthfi
Al Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD ?Si HIATIIEM'ES.
No. 31 1-? Hi omi Street,
A THOROUGH-BRED J.VCK-?vo years old.
Apply as above. thetuG November 1
At Perivale Sa'c.
BY CLIFFORD ?!te M?VTHEWES,
No. 31 l-'-i Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANT?VTIONS
UPLAND COTTON PL?_NTATIONS
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS "WATER-POWERS, SUMMER
RESORTS, ?-c, ice, In this Stato and Ueorgla.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUH.DINO LOTS
in every part of the city. Sino September 21
Al Private Sale-Desirable Residence in JiuU street.
BY \V. Y'. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS.
Brokers and Aiictlonci vs.
At Private Sale
Thal vory dcsirablo RESIDENCE in Bull street, three
doors from Pitt street, north side, containing four square,
two attic, and dressing room and pantry. On the prem
ises aro good kitchen, carriage-house and elstern. The
roof of tho dwelling covered with slate.
This Residence Is quite a desirable one, and very con
venient to business.
Terms accommodating. Appiv as abovo, to
November G_ tuths6 NO. 25 BROAD ST.
Vacant Lois for Sale.
BY Wa Y. LEITCH Si IX. S. BRUNS,
Brokers nnd Auctioneers.
At Private Salo
LOT situate in Franklin street, second door from
Broad, measuring 47 feet 6 inches by 131 feet.
The LOT adjoining the same to tho north, containing
That VACANT LOT in Calhoun street, one door west
of Alexander street, containing 10 by 169 feet
For further particulars apply as above, to
November 0_ ruths. NO. 25 BROAD STREET.
Slock. Fixtures and Good Wills of two Establish
ments al Pr?vale Sale.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 'AT Broad Street, Near State Street.
Ouo WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY AND LI
One DRUG STORE.
Iloth of these are on our principal business ?(reels.
November 14 3
Coll?n and Rice Plantation in Si. Paul's Parish,
al Private Sale.
BY SMITH -Si MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Eut rite Broker?;, No. ~i Broad Street.
At Private Sale
A PLANTATION of 2*100 acroi, of which 200 under
fence, 500 acres cleared cotton and rice land, quarters
for forty laborer?,, barn, atables, gin, press, end all re
quisite outbuilding:!; 500 of good pastare land, balanco
A PLANTATION in tho same Parish, eight miles from
Charleston und Savannah Railroad, "ficen inilcH from tho
city. 3000 acres, 1000 cleared, balance woU wooded. COO
acres cleared Rico land, bac'..ed by oxtc-Hivo and
never failing reservoirs. 4C0 acres flnost Sea Island Cot
ton Lands under fobce, uno new dwelling and sixteen
double negro houses. Largo cotton house, with steam
engine, which drives gins for any staple of cotton.
TWO FARMS on Ediat/ Island, oue of 30 acrc3, nearly
oU cleared-aottlcd placo. Another of C2 acres, 29 clear
ed, balanco wooded-prime cotton hinds adjacent. Can
bo sold together. SMIT-H k MCGILLIVRAY,
November 12 No. 27 Broad street.
Small Houses in Hanover and Kassau-slrcets at
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. y 7 Broad-street, near State-street.
2 HOUSES with good Lot-, in Hanovor-strcet
1 Hou.se in Nassau-street, cast - side, nest north of
For terms, apply as above. October 30
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, <__., at Auction.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 37 Broad street, south side, near State
Hales of FURNITURE, ?re, at private rcaidoncca at
tended to at modorato charges. ?.
AuoMon every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEHICLE-*,
FURNITURE, ?Vc., at half-past 10 o'clock, at otu* office.
??-wa^n fr7^?a--ra-rr--aramLi -___?__-rr?a-_-warrar---?a_?ata?
KING & CASSIDEY,
151 MEETING ST.
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL),
CHARLESTON, S. C.
13. ?O. KING, M. _>., North Carolina.
J. J. OAS-IBEY, North Carolina.
November * '
T.IH ?KE^VII.LK MO?NTANKrR,
A LARGE V7EEKLY, l8 ISSUED EVERT THURS
?V DAY, at tri a year, In advance. Advertisement
ins.rtod at usual rotors.
O. R. ELFORD,)-,.,""_?
Novombor l8 Q. *. TOWHIW,) c-?*x
ONE CASE ENOLLSH WATER-PROOF TWEEDS.
November 15 1 No. 41 East Bay.
ONE CASE GROUT k CO.'S ENGLISH CRAPES.
For salo low, by the caso or piece, by
JOHN HANCKEL, No. 14 East Bav.
November 13 1*
DARK COLORED KID GLOVES.
i)_r\ DOZEN MEN'S SUPER DARK COLORED KID
__ VI OLOTES. For sale lot' by
Novomber lr> 1 JOHN HANCKEL.
LOONS BLACK, wiirra AND SO
ILIS1I RIBBONS, ull width?}. F
artoon. JNO. HA
'11 _1_ _No* **
LATHS! LATHS! UTHS1
i)r\ CARTOONS BLACK, warra AND SOLID COLOR
_3U ENGLISH RIBBONS, all width??. For sale very
low by tim cartoon. JNO. HANCKEL,
November 15 1 No. 41 East Bay.
A PRIME ARTICLE OF CITY MILL CUT LATHS
X__ can always be lound tit
TROUT ?V: AMSBURY'S,
November li", tli4 NOH. 4, li and 8 Market st.
apT BULB. APPLES, LAHOR AND CHOICE, FOR
_> sale cheap from tho wharf.
Inquire of F. CONNER k CO.,
November 14 2 No. 84 East Bay, up stairs.
HOXKS BREAKFAST BACON
Tes. Sugar-cured Hams.
For sale low to closo consignment?.
10 ltcgs pure LEAF LARD.
R. W. GALE k CO
Nos. 45 and 48 Wentworth strcol.
November 14 2
FLOUR ! FLOUR ! FLOUR!
TO ARRIVE I'l ;u STEAMSHIP KINGFISH
1 f\f\ DDLS- SUPERFINE FLOUR, "DEMARARA.*
JUJl/ For sa le by
November 14 wtbs3 No. 2 Union Wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT. ~
OAAA 8ACK8 SALT JUST RECEIVED PER BRIT
?? \J\J\J ISH brig **?\lbcrl" from LIvorpool, and now
landing at Boyeo k Co.'s Wharf. For B_1O lu lots to unit
purchasers, by ROBERT MURE k CO.
November 13 S
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMERS E.
R. SOLDER AND ANDALUSIA.
i)f\ nilDS. CLEAR RIBBED BACON SIDES
?i \J '10 hilda, und boxes Prime Shoulder?
15 boxes Plantation Bacon
10 tlercea now Sugar Cured Hann?
10 Arkins Goshen Butter
50 boxes Factory Cheese
50 bbls. ?Sugar, Crushed-A II and C
20 bbls. Brown Su ?al*
15 hall bbla. Fulton Market Beef
20 bbls. Mess Pork
Bbla., half bbls. and kitti?, 1, 2, _, Mackerel.
For pale by W5I. OURNEY,
November 13 .1 No. 102 East Bay.
WOOD AND COAL.
CORDS YELLOW PINE
250 TONS SMTI-I'S COAL-to arrive.
For sale Jow by .
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON <. co.,
November ?1 No. 4 Southern Wt-r'.
FAMILY SOAP, BUTTER, &c.
1 i\ A BOXES FAY'S FAMILY SO?VP
\\j\J 30 ilrklns Choice Mountain Butter
40 boxes English Dairy Chec.o, No. 1
30 bbls. Extra C Sugar.
Will be sold low to closo consignment.
OEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
November 12 Warchouso Church street.
FLOUR, SALT,"BACON, BUTTER,
O A A BARRELS FLOUR, EXTRA. SUPER AND
1000 sacks Liverpool Salt, in good order, and largo
15 Illida Shoulders and Sides
50 pkgs. Loaf Lard, in kegs and tubs
100 boxea Go-bon and English Dairy Chocso
20 firkins Choleo Butter
60 half barrels Fulton Market Beef and Pork
100 barrols St-ort's Sugars-Yellow C, Refined C, A,
and best Crushed
75 sacks Rio and Java Coffee
30 barrels Brown Sugar
60 pkgs. Oreen and Black Tea, whole, half and
50 barrels Cuba Molasses and Golden Syrup
200 boxes Soap, Colgate's and Babbitt's
50 barrols Gibson'? and Rectified Whiskeys, in
whole and half barrels
20 boxes Collins' Axes
All descriptions of BnEAD, LIQUORS, F?_NCY AND
DOMESTIC GROCERIES, Stouo Ware, Wooden Ware,
Bagging and Rope.
For salo low by WM. MARSCHER,
November 1 I tuthluio No. 78 East Bay.
BBLS. FINE APPLES.
For sale low while landing, by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
November 7 No. 167 East Bay.
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
(FORMERLY JOHN ASHHUHST\nD CO.)
GEORGE O. GOODRICH, )
PHILIP WINEMAN, } SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOHN ASHH?RST, J
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
ALL OF WHIOH HAS BEEN 8ELEOTED WITH
CARE. AND WILL BB SOLD TO FIRiT-CLASS BUY
ERS AT LOWEST PRIOE3.
October 01 lAu?m?tll flmnp
W. J. TRIM,
No. 80 MARKETST.,
KESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND
customers that ho has again opened at tho above
placo, whr.ro ho will bo happy to merit a -hare of the
lib?ral patronago herotoforo cxtondod to him, pledging
to sell at a smi.Tl advuuco on tho Baltimore and Now York
prices. My stock consist? of:
Choleo Sugar-cured HAMS, BACON
Fulton Market Beef, Porh
Bmofccd, Fresh and Plotted Salmon
Nos. 1, 2 and 8 Mackerel, In kits and bbi?.
Extra Scalod und Labrador Horrlcgs
Choice Butter nnd Leaf Lard
Proiicrvos and Jellies, in ondloes varieties
Scotch Marmalade and Sauces
English Pickles and Sauces of all kinds
Prc-Orvod Ginger and Canton Chow-Chow
Whole, half and qnarter boxes Sardines
Fresh Tomatoes, Oreen Corn and Foxs
Fresh Prunos, in jars and boxes
Dales, Figs, Layer Raisins
Currant-*?, Citron and Tamarinds
Fr&ah Spices of all sorts
Duryca's Superior and Satin O lo: a Starch
Super and Extra Family Hour
E. D. and Pineapple Chcesn
E Morgan's Best Family Soap
Imperial, Young Hyson, Ounpowdcr and English Break
fast Teas, of superior quality
Crushed A, B and O Sugars, 6, 0, 7 and 8 lbs. for 11
A choice lot Of WINES, BRANDY, LIQUORS and
AU of which will be delivered to any port of the city
froo of oharge
Oountry orders promptly and faithfully attended to.
November ? t_-tad
FOU LIVERPOOL-500 LI ALUS TO
COMPLETE ENGAGEMENTS.-Tho strictly
Al American Ship MISSOURI, Edwards Mas
ter, having on?:-half of her cargo engaged, will
sall for tho ubovo port.
For Freight engagement?, npplv to
HTKEET Bit OTHERS k CO..
November 12 No. 74 Ec?t Hay.
van i.ivEitpooi._TO SAH,
JK> ON THE i:?TU.-Tbo Al American nhlp SOUTH
foyftyKBN RIGHTS, L. RoH.i.MuHtor, want? '??l) bales
taam Cotton to completo cargo
For Freight oUgagamcufa), apply ti> '
WILLIS fe C'HISOI.M.
September r. NorUi Atlantic Wharf.
POR LivKnrooL.-THE imiT
IHII ?mrk VICTORIA, Dont Master, having
two-third? of lier c.irgo engaged and going on
board, will KCntwo dispatch for the above? jiort.
For baliiniM.' of Fi-ciglit engagement?, appty to
STREET BROTHERS k CO..
October 2t No. 74 I.nst Bay.
JTK F<?K nOSTON-THE FINE BOHR.
/QI.-KATE WENTWORTH, Adams Mubtor, liaving
"..two-thirds of hor cargo engaged, will meet with
cdiiipt\feb for tboabovo port.
For Freight engagement?, npply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO..
November 12 No. 74 Eaflt bay.
VESSEL WANTED_WANTED TO
engage n FLAT or VKHSEL, to enrry wooil from
la lauding on tho Ashley River, near Dorchester.
Apply to JOHN F. TAYLOR k CO,,
November 12 G Pheonix Iron Works.
WANTED_A SLOOP OP ABOUT 1!?
'cordH capacity wanted to go np Cooper Rivor for
\wood. Apply at DAILY NKWA office, or at
C. N. AVERILL & SON'S,
November 2 No. 70 East Day.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH EDIS
TO AND ROCKVILLE.
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT,
ILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF ON FRIDA?
MORNINO, 16th inst., at 9 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Puueago apply to
CHAS. L. OILLEAUME,
Corner Eaat Day and Atlantic Wharf.
November 14 2
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST,
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND AU
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS PALATKA.
TUE FINE 8TEAMKH
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at ? o'clock precisely.
For Freight or Passago apply on bo&rd, or at the of
fice. North Atlantic Wharf.
DSTFreigbt received doily and stored froe of charge.
JOHN MAHONEY, JB., Agent.
GEN'L. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,]
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
CIIAIILKSTON, November 5, 1866.
ON AND AFTER WEDNE8DAY. NOVEMBER 7TH,
tbo Passenger Trains will run aa follows, viz.:
Leavci Charleston.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 P. M.
Loavo Augusta.7.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.6.60 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
THROUGH MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.6.60 P. M.
Arrive at KlngviUe.1.05 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.2.00 P. M.
Arrive at Kingvillo.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.12.00 nighl
H. T. PEAKE, Gcn'L Superintendent.
GEN'L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CnAiiLEsxo:?, 8. C, November 5, 1800.
ON AND AFTER NOVEMDER 7, 136G, THE CAMDEN
FREIGHT oud PASSENGER TRAIN will run ?
Leovo KlngviUe.3.46 P. M.
Arrivo at Sanders.5.40 P. M.
Leave Sandern.G.30 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.8.30 A. M.
Leovo KlngviUo on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, aud
Leavo Sanders on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, ond
FRIDAYS. H. T. PEAKE,
November 6 General Superintendent.
PKATT & WILSON BRilTllHIlN,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, ?C.
Old Drug House of Har Hand, St?ren
son & Co.,
N0. 23 HAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
ANDAR? PREPARED TO BELL AT MOST REASON
, ABLE RATES.
Purchasers will do well to call.
November 14 ________ *mo
GIN ROLLER LEATHER.
SUPERIOR LEATHER BELTING,
OF EVERY DESIRABLE WIDTH.
FROM SIX TO TWELVE EN CUES WIDE.
ROUND BELTS AND LACE LEATHER.
GiT ALL BELTING SOLD BY US WARRANTED TO
GIVE FULL SATISFACTION.
H. W. GALE & CO.,
No?. 45 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET.
Novombor 14 3
CHEAP PAINT AN? OIL STORE,
No. 85 East Bay.
WHITE LEADS, ZINO PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW
GLASS, COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for solo at tbo
lowest prie?? bj
.DOUGLAS & MILLEE.
nOUBES, BTEAMB0AT9 AND PUBL?O B?ILDIRG?
Pointed In every Style. Thankful to onr friend? for the
pant litoral pdtraaage. wo hopo to merit a oontlnnanoo of
their tay on, nttuJno liovoniwr a
EXTRA FENDERS, FIRE
BLOWERS, and other parts of Grata
No. 213 BUS
WE OFFER TO THE OlTI/.ENr. OF CHAHM-NTON
nuaortmeut of CLOTHING, received by tho Lint arri
Superfino and raediiun (pniliiy of BLUE, BLACK 'I
SUPERFINE BLACK DI.1W FROCK COATK
SUPERFINE SLACK AND COLORED VELVET VE
SUPERFINE SLACK AND COLORED CASSIMERI
SUPERFINE BLACK AND COLORED OVERCOAT
PANTS AND VESTS OF ALL QUALITIES, AND
A large aa-orcmont of MEDIUM AND LOW-PRICED (
such as BACKS, COATS, MONKEY JACKETS, PANTS AN
or vour-elve?, at No. 213 KINO-STREET, undor Victoria 1
BEACTFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THE SPLENDED STEAM PACKE E
-E IM. I LIE,
CAPT. W. F. ADAIR,
TJfriLL LEAVE 80UTH ATLANTIC WHARF. AS
VV ABOVE, on Thursday Sight. 15th inst., at 10
Freight received daily aud storod freo of charge.
For Freight or Passago. apply to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE. Agent.
November 13 _ _3_Booth Atlantic Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGUL?R LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z- IB. *V_-V_lSrOE
CAPT. CHAS. McOAREY,
CAPT. W. T. OARRISSON.
THE ABOVE SPLENDED STEAMERS WILL RUN
regularly between Charleston and Camden; tho
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
tho "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
Freight for all landings on tho Santco and Waterce
Rivers will be received at all times, and stored free of
charge at No. 11 Exchanao street. AU freight shipped
by this lino U covered by Insurance.
For further information or freight engogomonts, apply
to the undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchango street, Charleston,
BROCK k BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL. Camdon.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
SEMI- WE E K 31. Y .
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, ANO LANDINGS ON THE W A4 -
CAMAW AND BLACK: RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMOD.YTION WHARF EVERY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINO, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will lcavo Ocorgotowu every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNINO, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received itally, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Pansage, apply to
FEROUSON & HOLMES, Agonfa,
November 3 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VTA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Sto_mor PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MONE-TY.
BUximor ELIZA HANCOX... .Captain J. K. Rlcn_n__ON.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY loavoa Charleston ovory Monday and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX loaves Charleston overy Weane
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri
The Pilot Boy wiU touch at Bloffton on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Sa
Freight received dally and storod free of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
T. M. MYRELL, Agent.
N. B.-Tho flic-mere of this Lino connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Rallrouds, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers. Novomber 2
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
I?ANDrNG8 ON THE ST. JOHN'S RrVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDED STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
C?_PTAIN LOUIS M. OOXETTI-R.
ON ?AND AFTER THE 20TH OOTOBER, THIS FINE
SHIP will sall from Southern Wharf, ovory Friday
Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must bo paid hore by ahtppora.
j|fS-Country papera advertising "tho DICTATOR" wiU
piesse chango notice to agrco with above.
Ferr Freight or Passago apply on board, or to tho
Agency^ Nc-^17 Vandorhorst'a Wharf. October 20
1000 TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. 002CETTBK,
II/'ILL LEAVE 80UTHKRN WHARF EVERY FBI
W DAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Paseago, apply on bo-r., or to ofllco of
J. D. AIKEN et CO.. Agesta,
??ovo-i?? I I? ;. 17 V___oiLor.t,'. W___t
BASKETS, ASH SIFTERS,
s furnished promptly foy
BD, DUC & COHEN,
NO. Ut)7 KING STREET.
LE & GO'S
ti <?IF n
AND THE PUBLIC] t.LNERALY A NEW AND PRESS
valti irc-m our manufacturing estabUotunont at New York,
IND COLORED DOSED CA8S1MERE BUSINESS SACKS
S AND SACKS
PRICES TO. .SUIT CUSTOMER*
CLOTHING, Hiiitahji: for plantation lmud? and laborera,
D SHIRTS, all low-priced and no mistake. Coll und >?oe
JTTLE & CO.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25./
Leaving each Port every alternate Thursday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER.
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
STEAMSHIP MONEE A.
CAPT. H. 8. LEBDT.
rriOESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERT INDUOE
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodation!? for Passen
gers, with tablet! supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston marketfi con aQ'ord; and, for Mfoty, ?pw*il
and comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
?i -? " ;?5 ta, ' i /Mr ~ --C\' 7^**
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
Thunda)/, November 15, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Liboral advance? mad.; on Consignments to Now York.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consign?os in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO. . November 8
FOR KEY WEST, HAVANA AND
Baltimore & Havana Steamship Company.
Al STEAMSHIP "LIBERTY," 1350 TONS,
CAPT. WM. ROLLINS.
Al STEAMSHIP "CUBA," 1100 TONS,
CAPT. THOS. A. BAIN.
rpHESE FINE STEAMSHIPS WILL TOUCH RET.U
X. LARLY at Port Royal for Pasaengvrx and Mails
only, on thoir way to and from Baltimore and the above
"CUBA," from Port Royal to above Porta, Nov. 20, A. M.
"LIBERTV," from Port Royal to above porte, Dec.
-, A. M.
For passage, having unsurpassed accommodation?, ap
ply to JAMES ADGER k CO.
November 13 _
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
1\HE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of Ulla Uno leave New York every Saturday, from
Plor No. 47 North Elver.
Ship. Ton*. Commander.
An experienced Burgoon on oaoh ship, free of charge.
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver
pool or Quocnstown for f 3?, currency, can bo obtained at
Through passage to Paris, London, Antworp, Ham
burg, Bremen, &c, at low rotee.
M.T1X OF FAJ6SAOB, PATABTB IN OOnUENCT:
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 COO.
For freight or passage, apply to _ .
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
SeptemberJ _ tattolyr Ha. tt BMtPay.
PASSAGE REDUCED ? |
CHEAP PASSAGE: TO on PROM
BY SAILING 8HU>S, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALSO
HPLENDID MAIL STEAMER8,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
Great Reduction in Faro to
CALIFORNIA AND AU8TRAIJA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ou Great Britain and
Ireland at the very lowest rates.
Paasongore, on arrival in Hew York, wUl liavo tbel*
bag?ago romovod Froe, and evory care bostowed on therm
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 637 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
Februar? 27 lyr
?I11. !?? M ?? IMMUMJ ? KJ-U'W
A SPLENDID MILL ?RAT. LARGE WATER-POW
ER, WITH A DAM COMPLETE, ti offered GRATIA
to any one that would build thercoon a COTTON FAC
TORY. It Ia eltoated bl the finest Cotton District In UM
Bute, and conrenlont to the South OatoUnr. Railroad.
Apply to MOWRY & CO.,
tie r?siliera tu Chirleston?