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TIRE CRACKERS ! FIRE CRACKERS !
November 10_j?_No. 103 East Bay.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
JUST RECEIVED PEU STEAMEUS
SARAGOSSA AND ANDALUSIA.
?\f\ HHDS. BACON SIDES
Z?\J 20 lilid?. Bacon Shouldors
10 casks no* Sugar-Cured llama
16 half banda Fulton Market Hoof
BO boxes Factory und EngliBh Dalry Chccso
100 barrels olid firkin? Lurd
10 firklua choice Goshen IHittor
100 b?rrela Flour, Extra, ?Super and Fino
30 barrels?, ball' barrels and iir. barrels Buckwheat
35 sacks Kio Cofleo
10 tierces Carolina Rico
25 bags Rangoon Rico
100 barlina Crushed A, B, C, ond Brown Sugars
Boxen Soap, Haroh, Coudie?, Pickles
Pepper. Lobsters, Salmon and Candy.
For safe by WILLIAM OURNEY.
Novombcr 19 3 No. 102 East Day.
c\r7 f\r\r\ GENUINE IMPORTTD SPANISH 5E
Ifi ( M\J\) OARS (Romo very choke). WiU bo
sold iii very low llgurcB it" called for SOMJ. A raro chanco
for smokers to lay iu their supplies.
G. FOLL?N, Agont,
No. 131 Mcoling-atrcct,
Old Stand Austin, Audrus & Co.
NEW GROCERY STORE
Southeast Corner of Meeting and
OPPOSITE THE MILLS HOUSE.
BEG3 TO INFOM ??IS FRIENDS AND THE PEO
PLE of Charleston generally, that ho baa opon?
a ?rst 0*m GROCEItY AND PROVISION STORE in thi
now building, opposite the. Mills House. Long export
onco in every brauch of tbo business warrant bim ii
promising, with confidence, to give entire untisfactiou t?
all who may honor him with their patronage.
"DOMESTIC HAND MILLS,
FOR CLEANING KICE
THE SUBSCRIBER INVITES THE ATTENTION O
tho publie to theso MACHINES FOR CLEANIN?
RICE, as they are got up expressly for homo neo. The
aro cutlrcly of iron, aimplo of construction, and almos
impossible to put them out of order; tho necessary pari
con be renewed at about tbo expenso of a dollar; no ski
required to work thom, and the resulta will surprie
those who know the lime required; and tho difficulty <
-?loaning Rice iu the most improved City Mille can, wit
very small expense, be attached to steam, water or an
mai power. Persons desirous to have them oro respec
folly requested to try thom with Rice.
Mesara. CAMERON k BARKLEY oro the Agents, on
will give any information In connection with the abov?
Novombcr 19 mth8* PETER MCKINLAY.
THE UNDERSIGNED INVITES X CALL FROM TH
Professors and Amateurs of Music, to examino
DOUBL ' BANK CABINET ORGAN, from the colcbr
ted Factory of Mason ?c Hamlin, which w?l bo exhibit?
for two days only.
HENRY SIEGLING, Agent,
PIANO FORTE AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE,
Entrance Third Door of Beoufain street.
Descriptivo Pamphlets furnished on application.
November 19 1*
In Store and to Arrive:
4 TONS W. M. B. k CO.'a WniTE LEAD
3 tons Stonewall White Lead
2 lons Wando Wliito Lead
2 lons Chico? Whito Lead
1 tou Itiw.in White Loud
1 ton DeSefltonora Whito Zino
2 tons W. M. II. ic CO.'H White Zino
l lo:? Queen citv Wulla Zinc
Wo oro SOLE PROPRIETORS of the nbovo bran?
which aro COPYRIGHTED, and bear our TRADE MAR
and all infringrmciilK will be dealt with according to lr
COLORS OF EVERY SHADE- DRY, IN OIL Al
For aalc low, at a small advanco, for cash.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 East Bay,
310?. OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
rN STORE, AND STOCK CONSTANTLY SUPPL
L BY ARRIVALS
UNSEED, RAW AND BOILED
Winter Bleached Sperm
Winter and Foil Lard
Parraflnc, Sperms, Lubricator, and other
Kcrorcnc, and oUier Illuminating Oils
Tanner's Oils, from tho cheapest grado to
finest Oil used by Curriers.
Call and examine SAMPLES, at
WM. M. BIRD & CO.'S
No. 203 East Bay,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFI
FURNITURE WHITE DAMAR
Ourringo Brown Japan
Coach Body Black Japan
Palo Finishing Shellac.
A FULIi LINE OF PAINT AND WHITE!
Special inducements offered to tho trado.
WM. M. BIRD & CO
HO, 203 East Bay,
S18N OF MARVIN'S SAf
?VrOTWirnsTANDING THE GREAT DEM AN I
J3l THIS ARTICLE, which has nearly exhaus
supply m first liando, still there will hi found wi
UM? STORK, and constantly arriving-ALL
LAR BIZI?. ?
WM. M. BIRD & CO
No. 203 East Bay,
81QN OF MARVIN'S Sf.1
1 OK BALES OP PRIME NORTH BITER HAY
AaiU landing this day from steamer Grr.nn.dn., for
sale by BAVENEL It CO.
Novombor 19 1
CORN, OATS, HAY.
9f.r.A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IN
?aaV \J V-J v/ store and to orrivo per ateamor Lulu.
2000 bushels Primo Maryland Oat?, to nrrivo per
300 bales North Biver Hay.
For Balo by R. M. BUTLER,
Novombor 19 1 North Atlantic Wharf
1 frrv BARBELS TOT ATOES, FOR 8ALE LOW IN
lfJV/ lotB to suit purclmaors, by
TROUT & AM8BURY,
NovcmborlO _ Ncs^ , 0 and 8 Market street. '
TUE SUBSCRIBER HAVINO BEEN APPOINTED
SOLE ACENT in this Stato for tho sale of tho cele
brated "ORANOE" POWDEU, is prepared to supply con
sumers and tho trndo with the following:
"ORANGE" RIFLE POWDER, In licgs, half kegs and
KENTUCKY SPORTING POWDER, in canisters.
BLASTING POWDER, in kega.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Quality guaranteed equal to any modo.
Sportsmen aro requested lo leave their names, and
samples will ho sent to thom. C1IAB. II. MOISE,
Wholesale Doalcr in Groceries and Liquors,
October 13 finw No. 0 Hayno street.
Mm, B. STANT
AUCTIONEER A?iD .C0MM1SS10X AGENT,
NO. 1 STATE STREET,
NEXT NORTH OF BROAD,
ATTENDS TO THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
Real Eatntc and all kinds of Personal Property, at
Auction or Privato Sale; and also to Routing and Collect
ins Rents of Houses. 12 Novombor 17
PLAID AND STRIPED LUSTRES, MOHAIRS,
Poplincts, Check, and other dcalroblo Dross Goods,
formerly Belling at GO, CO and (15 centa "ft yard, wo will
now oller, for ?the next ten days, In order to reduce
Stock, at 37 *i cents.
J. R. READ & CO.
November 16 3
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c.,'
NO. 259 KING STREET,
(BRANCH OF No. 900 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS EST.N.BLISH
MENT aro of tho firat quality. Wo sell no good!
but what wo eau recommend and warrant to bo 1'UIII
Goods delivered to aU parts of the city, free of charge
COTTON AND COM FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOB USE-SAME AS NO. i. PERI
YIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF TH
COST. Barrels '?50 pounds each; eight to the ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agent?,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Novo-^bcr 1 2mo
WILLIAM GURNEY, 7
NO. 103 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.?
BUTTER, CHEESE AND PROVISIONS.
J3ST" Liberal advances made on consignments.
50lh YEAR OF PUBLICATION
ALMANAC FOR 1867.
A COMPLETE HANDBOOE FOR THE PLANTE
Merchant, Mochante, Navigators, &c. Prico j
hundred $13.00; $2.00 per dozon,
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. C9 Broad street, Charleston, S. C
Novomber 1C lmo
CHEAP PAINT AND OIL STORI
. No. 85 East Bay.
WHITE LEADS, ZINC PAINTS, OILS, WIND
GLASS, COLORS OF ALL ETNDS, for sole at
lowest price j by
DOUGLAS & MILLER
HOUSES. STEAMBOATS AND PUBLIC BUTLDn
Painted in ovory stylo. Thankful to our Monda for
post liberal patronage, wo hope to merit a contlnuonc
their favors. mthamo November
WILBim & SON,
OFFIOE AND SALES R00M6,
Noa?' 13 and 15 State street and Noa. 1 ai
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ih na *
BE08 TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS THAT HE
reoponed his Storo at No. 80 MAREET 8TEEET, '
ho is preparod to offer to his formor patrons a chol
of QR0CEHIE3, selected from tho Baltimore ma
Persona wishing deeirablo family supplies can bo n
enitoA. Having recoivod u liberal patronado botoi
Aro -which consumed his atoot&ho hopes, by stri
tention to buainoes, to merit a oontinuauco of tho s
. Novombsr 8 _ IT
TEN OASES OF THE ABOVE GOODA, REC!
hy late steamers, of the NEWEST STYLES, for i
REASON ADLE PRICES.
H. W. I?NS1AN,
Vo. ?I6 RINO STREET (HP ?STAHIS),
Xonrembec IS 8 On? Lor/ 6 ?Uatand
BACON, CHEESE, LARD, BUT
TBR, COFFEE, alie.
OPT HHD9. C. R SIDES
?tJ 10 Hhds. Clear Sidos
10 Hhds. Ribbed Sides >"
IB Hbds. Primo Shoulders
25 Hbds. Plantation Shoulders
20 Boxes Now York 8. O. Srijw
10 Bbls. Now York Pig Shoulders
6 Tee. "Washington Hame"
10 Tea. Sugar-cured Home
85 Boxes ChccRo
45 Tubs Leaf Lard
10 Ten. Puro Leaf Lard
60 Kegs Goshon Butter
25 Boxes Colgate's Soap
12 Half-barrels Mess Fork
20 Bblfl. Primo Pork
420 Reams Straw Paper
10 BblH. Jamaica Rum
30 Poi'kcls Government Java CoITco
210 cooes Pickles, JollicH, French Mustard, Brandy
Fruits, Syrups, Proflcrvos, ko
182 Boxes Ground Coffee, Bl-Curb Soda, Spices,
Cream Tartar, kc.
Landing from steamers, In Btoro, and for sale low by
LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
November 19_mth2 No. K17 East Bay.
A FEW TONS ENGLISH ORREL COAL, SELECTED
for ho uso UM, For oalo by
HOLMES k STONEY, .
Novcmbor 19_2 Boyeo'? Wharf.
CORN! CORN! CORN!
?^ Afa BUSHELS PRIME NEW MARYLAND CORN,
OvU landing this day from steamship 8oa Gull.
For sale by PORCHER & HENRY,
November 10 2 South Atlantic Wliarf.
BALES DUNDEE BAGGING.
For sole low at
R. W. GALE k CO.'S,
NOB. 45 and 48 Wentworth street.
November 19 2
BACON, HAMS, &C.
BOXES BREAKFAST STRIPS.
Tiorces Sugar-Cured Hams.
For salo at R. W. GALE CO.'S,
Nos. 45 and 48 Wentworth street.
Npvemher 19 2
BAGGING!, POTATOES AND
BALES GUNNY BAGGING. 25 CENTS- PER
300 bbls. primo Irish Potatoos, ?3 per bbl.
100 bbls. primo Onions, $3 per bbl.
For solo by JOHN A. ARMSTRONG k CO.,
November 19 1 No. C4 Market-street.
WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
rTUJE UNDERSIGNED IS A BUYER OF WOOLS OF
JL ' all textureo, exclusively for English account.
Exchange-street, Charleston, S. C.
(Formerly Army Cloth Manufacturer for C. S. A.)
October 31 wfm2moR
QAA BARRELS OF FLOUR, COMPRISING EVERTi
OUU gruilo, just received and for sale by
RAVENEL A- CO.,
Corner East Bay and Vandorhor?t'u Wharf.
November 17 3
SWE?t ORANGES! SWEET
20 bbls. largo fine SWEET ORANGES
30 bbls. choleo NORTHERN APPLES.
AH In ADO order, fit for shipping to any part of thi
country. For solo by J. B. TOGNI,
No. 121 Meeting street.
Opposite Ice House, near Market.
November IT 3
EELS, BOLOGNAS AND CHEESE
1 cox Italian Bologna
60 boxes Chccao-Goahou, English Dalry, Imltatio
English, Sap Sago, Switzer, Limhurger, Edam, Youn
America, Pino Apple-for tale low at
G. W. STEFFENS &CO.,
November 17 2 No. 320 King-street.
CyC\f\f\ BBLS. ROOKPORT LIME EX SCHI
?J \J \y \J Wrn. Slater. For solo low, from whor
in loti to suit purchasers.
RISLEY k CREIGHTON.
No. 110 East Bay,
November 10 3 Corner Accommodation "Wharf.
" SALT ! SALT7SM/?7
LIVERPOOL SALT AT 83.50 PER SACK
O A A BACKS TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT, FO
JUU SALE. Apply to
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO..
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland street.
Novcmbor 1C 3
WOOD AND COAL.
CORDS YELLOW PINE
.250 TONS SMITH'S COAL-to arrive.
For solo low by
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON k co.,
Novembor 3 No. 4 ?southern Wbar'.
"FAMILY $0AP, BUTTER, ?fee.
1 A A BOXES FAY'S FAMILY SOAP
J-UU 30 firkins Choice Mountain Butter
40 boxes English Dairy Chceae, No. 1
30 bbls. KitT C Sugar.
Will bo sold low to closo consignment.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Novcmbor 12 Warohoueo Church atroet
BBLS. FINE APPLES.
For sale law whllo landing, by
?POHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
Novcmbor 7 No. 167 East Bay
2AAA BARRELS FRESH EASTEI
?V/V/vJ landing from sehr. Wm. Slator.
300 barrels CEMENT
100 barrels Plaster
2000 Firo Brick
800 12-inch Oven Tiles
400 bushels Hair.
For sale at very low ralos by
November 16 ,
OLNEY & CO.,
NOB. 11 and 13 VENDUE RANGE.
KING & CASSIDE
iel is^EETiisra- s*:
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL),
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
B. D. KIMO, M. ?., Nortli Carol!
J. J. CAS8LDIQY, Nortl?. CnroUno
Hu i minti 4
FOR LIVERPOOh-?OO DALES TO
^COMPLETE ENGAGEMENTS,- Tho etrioUy
)A1 Amoiioon Ship M180OUBI, Edwards Maa
.tear, having ono-half of her cargo engaged, will
jail for tho above port.
For Freight engsgomont?, apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
November 12_No. 74 East Bay.
FOR nOHTON.-TIKE FINE SCIIR.
RATE WENTWORTH, Adama Master, having
?two-thirtls of hor cargo engaged, will moot with
c dispatch for tho abovo port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO..
November 12 No. 74 East Bay.
WANTEDr-A SLOOP OF AJIOUT 13
1 cords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River for
>wood. Apply atDaiifT NEWS ofQco, or at
C, N. AVERLLL & SON'8,
Novotnbor 2 No. 70 EaAt liay.
ELIZA. KEILST O O IXL;,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF ON
Tuesday, at 5 o'idoci: A. M., to commet with the
Steamship Cuba, of tho Baltlmoro and Uavaua Steamship
Company, at Port Royal.
JAMES ADGER & CO., Agents.
Novotabor 10 1
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY
CHAHLESTON, 8. C, Novembor 19, 1800,
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. THE 21ST INST., TIE
lime of arrival mid departure of ACCOMMODA
TION PASSENGER TRAIN will bo changed thus;
Arriv? at Charleston at.12.45 P. M.
And leave Charleston at. LOOP. M.
Hcroaflor tho THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN will ne
stop ?t the fnl low mi?; stations, viz:
8 Milo T. O., Porchor'e, Strawberry, Oaillard's, Lano'i
LecBvillo, and Coward's.
Shipper.) uro notified tlmt a train for tho exclusive n<
comniodnUon Of freight, TO AND FROM WA Y STATION!
will pass ovor tho road; coming DOWN on MONDAY
and THURSDAYS, and going UP on TUESDAYS au
FRIDAYS. S. S. SOLOMONS,
November 19 C Superintendent.
GEN'L. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, \
CHARLES fox, November 5, 18G0. J
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TI
tho Passenger Trains will run as follows, viz.. :
Loavo Charleston.8.00 A. B
Arrlvo at Columbia.-,.C.20 P. 1
Arrive at Augusta.G.OO P. ?
Leave Augusta..'.7.00 A. J
Leave Columbia.0.G0 A. ?
Arrive at Charleston.?>.4.00 P. ?
THROUGH MAIL TRAIN.
Loavo Augusta.5J5? P. I
Arrive at Kingvillo.1.05 A. I
Arrive at Columbia.3.00 A. 1
Loavo Columbia.2.00 P. 1
Arrive at Kingvillo.3.40 P. I
Arrivu at Augusta.12.00 nig
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'L Superintendent.
GEN'L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
80UTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,. S
CiiAui.KUTON, S. C, November 0,18CS. )'
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 7r 1866. THE CAMD1
FREIGHT and PASSENGER TRAIN will run
Loavo Kingvillo.3.46 P. M.
Arrlvo at Banders......6.40 P. M.
Loavo Banders.0.30 A. M.
.Vrrl vo at Kingvillo.8.30 A. M.
Leave KingviUo on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, a
Lcovo Sanders on MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS, n
FRIDAYS. H. T. PEAKE,
November 6 General Suporintcudeni
Wine Trade of the United State
Pure California Champagne,
MADE AND PREPARED AS IF DONE IN FRAN
from pure California Mine, and taking tile pi
of Import??! Champagne.
The uudcraigticd would call tho nttonliou of WiuoD
tra and IIolcl Keepera to tbo following letter, which i
givo a sonant idea of tho quality of thoir Wino:
"PHILADEU'IUA, October 20,18GC.
"MKSFRS. BouuilaUl k Co.
-QKsttiXtgXKi Having given your California Champa
a thorough test, wa take pleasure in saying that wo ti
it tho best American Wine wu luivo ever used. Wo e
at onco phv-o it on our bill ol' taro.
"Voura truly, J. E. KINGSLEY k CO
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER ?Si CO.,
. Novembor 14 wfm3mo No. 80 DEY STREET, N.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRUGS, C1?E1UICALS, TOILET ARTICLES,
Old Drag Honse of Hartland, Sto>
son & Co.,
N0. 23 IIAYNE-STREE1
CHARLESTON, S. C,
ANDAR? PREPARED TO SELL AT MOSTREA
Pnrchasore will do well to calL
Novembor 1* 1
No. 153 MuJ?m^O ai'Rfit?'
(FORMERLY aVOIIBf ASHHUUST A.VE
GEORGE O. OOOORIOH.)
PHILIi? WlNEMAN, J-SOUTH CARO
JOHN ASHBUR8T, )
MEDICINES AND GHEHIOi
ALL OF WHICH ?A? BEEK SELECTED
OAHE, AMD WILL BE SOLD TOlrlRdT-CLABI
SHS AT LOWEST PRICES. v' * "*
BMFIOWS BTEA.MSHIP T-,irTB3
rpHE STEAMSHIP WHIRLWDND, HENRY FARGO,
X Moster, will sail as abovo from South Atlantic Wharf!
on Saturday next, the 24th instant.
For Freight engagements apply to
II. F. BAKER it CO.,
N No. 30 Cumberland street.
Messrs. LATHBURY, WIOKERSHAM k CO., Agents
In Philadelphia. Novunbei 19
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE ?EDUCED TO $25.
THE FIRST CLASS SIDE-WHEEL
RALEI O- ?,
-?TrffiL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W Tuesday, Novcmbor 27, at - o'clock.
Liberal advauccs mado on Consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passago, apply at the oftlco of the
Agouts. WILLIS k CIIISOLM,
North AUautlc Wharf.
Consignccs in New York-McBt?rs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO. November? 19
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW YORK.
O IR, -A. XT -A.-T3 ??. =,
WTl L L LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTO WHARF ON
VV WEDNESDAY, November 21, at - o'clock.
Shippers of Cotton must prcsont permit of Revenue
Tax Collector beforo engagements will be mauc.
. RAVENEL k CO., Agente.
m November 19 _
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving cacia Port every alternate Thursday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
Corr. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
COPT. H. S. LEUBT.
fTHIESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC,, having superior occommodotions for Passen
gers, with tables snppllod by every luxury Um New York
and Charleston markets con afford; and, for safety, speed
and comfort, aro unrivalled on tho coast.
CAPT. H. S. LEBBY,
?\T7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
T V Thureday, November 22, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances mode on" Consignments to Now York.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the omeo of tfic
Agents. WILLIS k CIIISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in Now York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON. FOS
t- CO. Novomoor 10
FOR PALATKA, FLA?,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
SAVANNAH, GA., ..
THE NEW AND SPLENDH) STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTEB.
ON AND AFTER THE 2?TH OCTOBER, THIS FIN
8HTP will sail from Southern Wharf, ovory Frid<
Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above placen.
All freight must be paid here by shippers.
jOSy-Country papers advertising "the DICTATOR" Vf
plooso chango uoUco to agroo with above.
For Freight or Passage apply on hoard, or to t'
Agency, No. 17 Vindorhorsl's Wharf. Ootohor 30
FOR KEY WEST, HAVANA AN
Baltimore ?6? Havana Steamship Compan
Al STEAMSHIP ??LIBERTY," 1350 TON
CAPT. WM. ROLLINS.
Al STEAMSHIP "CUBA," 1100 TONS,
CAPT. THOS. A. BAIN.
rpHESE FINE STEAMSHIPS WILL TOUCH REG
j. LARLY at Port Royal for Fauscngera and Ma
only, on their way to and from Baltimore and tho aht
"CUBA," from Port Royal to abovo Ports, Nov. 20, A.
"LIBERTY," from Port Royal to abovo ports, D
-, A. M.
For passago, having unanrpaouod accommodationo,
ply to JAMES ADGER k OC
November 13 _
1000 TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB,
X LEAVE SOUTHE?? WHARF EVERY 1
DAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for thia port.
For Freight or Passago, apply on board, or to ofQ<
J. B. AtREH*?a ??., Agento,
No. 1? Vau/hwuoxiit'i. Wha,
OR NORTH AND SOUTH EDIS
TO AND ROCKYlLhR.
CAPT. J03. F. TORRENT.
?XTILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF ON TUESDAY,
V T 20th inst., at i o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passogo apply to
CHAS. L. GILLEAUME.
Corner East Boy and Atlantic Wharf.
November 11) 1
FOR ED1STO AND ROCKVILLE.
CAI>TAIN R. II. HARNEY,
WILL LEAVE BOYCE k CO'S W11 MlFTC-MORROW*
MORNING, 20th init., at 3 o'clock, A. 31., for EiKa
to ond Rockville, K. C. 1 mth November 111
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMER
Z- IB. VA1STOE,
CAPT. CHARLES McGAREY,
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT THIS DAY FOR CAM
DEN and all Landin;;H on Sautco and Watcrco
Rivors, and positively nail from South Atlantic Wharf on
This Day, the l'Jth institut, at 12 o'clock M., precisely.
AH freight shipped by this hne is covered by insurance?
Way Freight and Wharfage munt be prepaid.
For Freight engagement* apply ta
Novcmbor 19 2 No. li Exchange street.
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER A8
FAR AS PALATKA.
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
ovory IVntnAirfay Morning, ut 8 o'clock precisely.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the of
ficer North Atlantic Wharf.
jKyFreight received dally and stored freo of charge.
JOHN MAHONEY, JB., Agent.
gCKARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS
TTTP. NEW 8PLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z- B- VA.3STOE,
CAPT. CHAS. MoGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRD3SON.
rTUIE ABOVE 8PLENDD3 BTEAMEK8 WILL RUN"
I regularly hot ween Charleo ton and Camden; the
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wrlght'p Bluff, and
tho "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camdon.
Freight for all landings on the Santeo and Willeroo
Rivers will bo received at all times, and stored tree of
charge at No. 11 Exchange street. All freight shipped,
by this line is covored by insurance.
For further information ox freight engagements, apply
to tho undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchanga street, Charleston,
BROCK & BENBOW, Wrights Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL, Camden.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, "WAVERLY
MILLS, ANO LANDINGS ON THE WAC
CAMAW ANO BLACK RIVERS. "
STEAMER FANNIE.Copt. ISAAO Dav
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF' EVEB
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at To'clocl
Returning, will leavo Georgetown overy THUR3DA?
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored freo of charge.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agento,
Novcmbor 3 Accommodation Whorl
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AN? HILTON HEAD.
8teamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MCNEXTT.
Btoamor ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. RiOHAnnsoH.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
Tho PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday and
Friday, and Savannah ovory Wednesday and Saturday.
Tho ELIZA HANCOX loaves Charleston ovory Wednes
day and Suturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri
The Pilot Boy will touch at Bluffton on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Sa
Freight rood vod daily and stored freo of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON it HOLMES, Agenta,.
Charleston, S. I
T. M. MYRELL, Agent/
N. B.-The Steamers of Ulis Lino connect at Charle* to?
with South Carolina and Northoostern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamer?. November 2
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR PROM
BY BAILING SHIPS, SAILINO EVERY WEEK,
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and I
Groat R?duction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Groat Britain lad
Ireland at tho very lowest rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have I
baggage- removod FTOO, and ovory caro bos towed on I
For Passage, &c, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 637 King street, Charleston, 8. 0,
Fehtnary 87_ Ija
Greenville Mountaineer, TV
A LARGE WEEKLY. IS "ISSUED EVERY TH?E8- i
DAY, at S3 fe your. In advanoo. AdvcrthKHnafit?
tnaartod at usual rate?.
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