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WATCHES, JEWEtRY, ETC.
JAMES E. SPEAR,
235 KIA G-ST.,
BBS-BBS TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF HI8
FRIENDS, AN? THE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
FINE STOCK OF GOODS
WHICH HE HAS SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE.
COMPRISING A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER IN? PLATED WARE.
SITITAIILK FOR THE APPROACHING
Ho would particularly call tho attention of those who
IMPROVE THEIR SIGHT
To lils Fino Assortment of
GOL?, SILVER, AND mi SPECTACLES,
Which will bo nndcr tho spocial anperintondonco of
Mr. JO??N S. BIRD, Sr.,
Who is well known to the citizens of this State and
city for his long experience in this branch, and who
would bi- plcaacd to solicit the visits of those in need.
November '__!) j,- thutu3
i jit .
made A?rn, rtrr ur by
H. W. KINSMAN,
NO. -175 KING STREET,
Up Stairs, over Levy k Alexandor.
Norombcr 28 2
SUITABLE FOR PARLORS, HALLS, DINING-ROOMS,
CHAMBERS, &_,, of lato stylos.
Booms papered by experienced workmon.
H. W. KINSMAN,
No. 275 KING STREET.
Novcmbor 28_3_Up Blairs.
ALL KIND.. OF CURTAIN STUFFS. SUITABLE
for all kinds of rooms, m ido and put up by expe
rienced upholsterers, at roasor.ablo prices.
II. W. KINSMAN,
NO. 275 KINO STREET,
Up stnlra, ovor Lfivy k Alexander's Store.
Novouibor 28 2
FRUIT ! FJtUJT ! FRUIT ! |
Ctf\ i\ BUNCHES BANANA8
?l\)\J 60U0 Plantains
50,000 Swcot Havana Oran get.
30 dozen Pineapples
CO half and quarter boxes Raisins
100 drums of Figs
1O0 boxos of Fire Crae Itera
300 btiln. of Onions, rod and yellow
?200 bbls. of Choice Eating Potatoes
20 boxes Lemons
20 bbls. Asaortod Nuts
25 bbls. of Choleo Apples.
For sale at No. 57 Market street, by
November 29 3 BART k WIRTH.
1 (T ROLLS PRIME COUNTRY TANNED SOLI
_L_) LE.VTHEB. For sale by
J. D. WALKER k OO.,
No. 17 Vauderhoret's Wharf.
November 28 0
BALES NORTH RIVER HAY, LANDING FROI
?hip "Nunquam Dormlo," at Pier No. 1, Unlo:
Wharves, and for Balo low while landing.
November 28 2 COURTENAY U TRENHOLM.
LEMONS t LEMONS !
G)(\ BOXES LEMONS.
Awl\J Ju?t received per Steamer Soudor,
And for salo by
Novombor 27_3_No. 102 East Bay.
SWEET HAVANA ORANGES AN]
*\C\ (\C\(\ BWEET HA VANA ORANGES,
Wv? \J\J \J 36 dozen largo Pino Apples.
Just recolvod por Schooner T. J. Frazier, and whlc
will bo sold in lots to salt purchasers, at the Teasel, i
Accommodation Wharf, or at my Store, at the lowe
JOHN B. TOGNI.
No. 121 Mooting st., opposite Ice House,
Novombor 27_8 Near Markot-stroet.
MALAGA GRAPES! MALAGA
JC^_RFCETVED A L?T OF CHOI0E MALAG
GRAPES, in good" order.
For salo by JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 121 Mooting stroot, opposite Ice House,
November 27_8 Near Markot street,
WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
fJXBEi UNDERSIGNED IS A BUYER OF WOOLS C
J. all textures, oxcluulvcly for English account.
." _ , . Exchange-street, Charleston, 8. C.
(Formerly Army Cloth Manufacturer for O. 8. A.)
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS I
S?oSn.?T?u_.,IP CHEAP AT NO. 70 MARRI
BTBKET, north side, east of Meeting.
BLUMBING done in nil ?tabrancho?.
BRICKS AND FLAG STONES.
P*C? .?|nA?_5S?_ftS DRICK8 AND A LOT C
.SyDVu-u^VorKy^0 ????.? ??* *"
v?,_-m?u.?-iA GEO. A. HOPLBY A CO.,
NoTombor-0 No. a. South Atlantio Wharf.
,-,,.,- ,t -rRlElPUSELlME. ~7"
-|7K)B BAL^ 100.000 BUSHELS OP REFUSE L?_t
J; thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an exoello
manure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street.
November 50 ~
IAA TONS OENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, LAND
1UU INO from brig Ocean Wave. For sale by
Movombor 29_3_T. J. K.EBR ?r. CO.
LATHS! LATHS! LATHS!
APBIME ARTICLE OF CITY MILL CUT LATHS
can always bo found at
TROUT k AMSBURY'S,
Novomber 15 th4 Noa. 4, 6 and 8 market st.
WOOD AND COAL.
CORDS YELLOW PINE
250 TONS SMITH'S COAL-to arrive.
For oalo low by
hopkins, mcpherson a co.,
Novombor 3_No. 4 Houthorn Wharf.
SEED WHEAT, &e.
ARRIVED AND ARBIVING WEEKLY, A SUPPLY
of SEED WHEAT, BYE. BABLEY, OATS, carolully
selected and warranted, for Fall planting.
A fresh supply of COBN, HAY, 8HORTS, BRAN and
BICE FLOUR, lu good shipping order. At
Graip end Feed Store, No. 218 Eaet Bay,
Opposite Now Custom Houso.
Novombor 24 euith't
"T"IHE SUBSCRIBES HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
X SOLE AOENT In this State for Uio solo or the cele
brated "ORANGE" POWDER, is prepared to supply con
sumers anil tho t nuln with ti in following:
"ORANGE*** RU'LE POWDER, in kegs, half kegs and
KENTUCKY SPORTING POWDER, In canisters.
BLASTING POWDER, lu kens.
AT G HEATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Quality giiiiranteoil equal to any luatle.
.Sportsman oro requested to Wvo tholr nonios, omi
samples will be sent to them. CHAS. H. MOIHE,
Wliolrsalt) ponier lu Groccrlos anil Liquors,
October 12 fniw No. 0 ILiyuo street.
N0.2 WIL\IIF-ST., EAST END OF LAURENS,
HAS JUST RECEIVER
Q/^V/^W TONS RED ASH COAL )
?)\J\-' 20 tons UM Ash Slav?? Co.?l J
TONS RED ASn COAL | From the Ph?
500 bbls. South CaroUno LIMB
100 bbls. Sundi CnroUua Cement
A constant supply of Swluton'd Plantod Oyster*.
ON TUB WllA-r:
GREY, BROWN AND RED BRICKS
Gordon Shell?, White nuil Yellow Sand
Oak and Pino Wood, of evory description, for sale low.
Orders called for dally by 10 A. M. at O. W. AIMAB'R
DRUG STORE, corner vaudorhorst and King stroet; W.
CARRINGTON'S JEWELRY STORE, No. - King street;
and ADAMS, DAMON k CO.'S, No. - Brood street.
November 22? thm
H. GERDTS & CO.,
NO. 195 EAST BAY,
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING,
AT tile: LOWEST MAHKET PRICES t
Q ?L BAGS RIO COFFEE
tJtJ 20 bags St. Domingo Coffee
30 pocket- Old Java Codeo
50 barrels Crushed, Powdered, A and C Refined Sugars
50 barrels Brown Sugars-all gradCB
20 half chests choico and second quality Hyson Tea
20 half chests Ano Black Tea, some in Ci pound papers
5 lihds. Porto Rico M o?annos
25 barrolB Muscovado Molasses
10 barrels Bright Sugar-House 8ynip
100 hnxn-i Family, Palo and Fancy Soaps
10 boxes Castilo Soap
100 boxes Ring's F and Glcncovo Starch
200 kegs Nails
200 bags Drop and Buck Shot
500 bundles E. D. Percussion Caps
Hazard's Powder-all qualities.
November 28 ____j_
WINES, LIQUORS* CORDIALS, &c.
BASKETS PIEPER'S HELD8EICK CHAMPAGNE
30 boxcB St. Julinu Claret
20 boxes Madeira and Sherry Wines
10 quart, and eighths Otard, Dupuy and Vim-yard
10 eighth Pinct CasUllou Brandy
30 bbls. Gibson's Manufactured Whiskey, all grades
20 bbls. Hannls' celebrated Acme Whiskey
6 bbls. Walters' Old Manufactured Whiskey
20 bbls. Bourbon and Bcctiflcd Whiskey
25 boxes Wolfo's Schiedam Schnapps, quarts ond
50 boxcB Gibson's and Honnis' Whiskey
:i0 boxes Wampoo and Stomach Bitters
10 qrs. Hamper Bottles ((ia)
2 pipcB Holland Gin
2 pipes Irait. Holland Gin
10 bbls Louis KoPtcr's Burgundy Port Wine
10 quarter casks ?Sherry and Madeira Wines
200 grs. assortod Bottle and Demijohn Corks.
For salo by H. GEBDT8 k CO.
November 2S wfm5
TOBACCO, SEGARS, SNUFF, etc.
Cm /T f\ BOXES ALL GRADES MANUFACTURED TO
50 M. Sogars, different brandB
10 roset, Smokluif Tobacco
50 boxes Clay Pipes
50 gross Matches (Parlor and others)
20 casca Tacks
2 bbls. Mason's Blao-ing
2 caBCS Mason's Ink
500 roams Wrapping and Writing Paper
00 Jars Lorrillard, Scotch, Maccaboy, and Coarei
4 boxes half lb glass jars Roso Snuff.
For salo by H. GERDTS k CO.
Novembor 28 wftnO
FIRE CRACKERS, RAISINS,
OAA BOXES EXTRA GOLDEN CHAP k CANA!
60 boxos new Layer Balahis
60 boxes Biker's No. 1 Chocolate
6 bbls. Baker's Currant
20 boxes Baker's Citron
20 kegs and boxes Preserves
20 casca Sardines->_ and ii boxes
20 cases Olive Oil-pints and quarts
30 boxes Maccoronl and VcrmicoUl
30 doz. Grosso k Blackwell's Piaklos
2 casos Worcestershire Sanco
20 cases Coleman'8 English Mustard
?10 boxes mixed and assorted Plcklos-pints, quart
and ;; gallons
10 cases FToncb Mustard
5 oases Gingor Preservo?.
For sale by H. GERDTS k CO.
Novomber 28 w fin ti
BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE, &c.
pr r_ FIBKINS CHOICE AND SECOND QUALIT
40 paokagos Prime Leaf and Extra Lara
100 boxes Choice Cheese
200 boxes Scalod Smoked Herring?
16 b?rrela No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
6 baH barrels No. 1 Salmon
60 socks Fine Marshall'? Salt
10 barrels New York Bacon Strips and Shoulders
Wrapping Papor, Bal Soda
Brooms, Twlno, etc.
For ?aloby II. GERDTS k CO.
November 28 wfm6
-J p? /"*| BARRELS POTATOES, FOB BALE LOW I
I t?\J lots to suit purchaser?,, by
TROUT k AM8BUBY,
Novomber BJ Noa. ., 6 and 8 Market stroet
PER STEAMER E. B. BOUDER-5 BARRELS SUGAJ
C barrels Sugar-Curod Hums..
10O boxes Firo Crackers. '
25 boxos Cheese.
10 firkins oholce Goshen Butter. " "
And for sale by
Novomber 27 3 No. 102 East Bay.
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
O A BBLS. FLOUB, Rl^ETVED PER BTKAMI
Xj\J from New York.
For sale by COHEN, HANCKEL ft CO.,
No. 48 East Bay, corner Boyce ft Co.*? Wharf,
THOMPSON ft BRO.,
NO. 11? EAST BAT.
tr_f\ BAGS COCTEE, KIO '
ejiyj 25 bag?Coffee, Laguayra .
26 mais Java Coffey?
100 bbls. 8n_v,A, B-anA.O -**- ..-- rr* e
loo bhis. B"*oWen??^? ? . , r
16 hbtls. Brown Sugar
Mackerel in kits, and hrlf bbla. and bbU. ; Heir-i;
Trout, and a full ?tookof aroc-tio- and liqnoi. alwt
on band. lmo November 2'
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
BBLa EXTRA FLOUR
60 bblB. Superflue Flour.
Just roecivoo, and lor salo by
November 29_a_HENRY COBIA k CO.
/-rrvrw sacks (large and full) livebpool
fJUU SALT. For solo by
NoTombor 28 wfm< nENRY COBIA k CO.
0_T._f_ BOXES BE8T QUALITY ADAMANTINE CAN
?S \J \J DLES, for aalo low by
Novombor 28 wftnS HENRY COBIA k CO.
SUGAR! SUGAR! SUGAR!
/r/~\ BBL9. EXTRA C SUGAR FOR SALE BY
OVJ H. L. JEFFERS k CO.,
Novombor 27_Central Wharf.
Q/^fcO BOXES PRIME TO CHOICE OROCERY
?UU SUGARS, for sale on accommodating terms
to closo sales by J. A. EN8LOW k OO.,
Novombor 28 3 No. 125 East Bay.
nnus. CLEAR SIDES
5 hlids. Clear Rib Sidos.
Landing from Baltimore sicamor, and for salo by
T. TUPPER " 80NH,
Novombor 23_0_Brown's Wharf.
FLOUR, SALT, BACON, BUTTER?
^/.A BARREL* FLOUR. EXTRA, SUPER AND
1000 rmoks Liverpool Salt, in good ordi-r, ntul Inrgo
15 1 ilnlf. slioulilern im.' Stilen
50 pkgi.. i-caf Litt-ri, In kofni and tul>__
100 boxes (lofilien mill I-; i u : 11 -. 1 ? Dalry Clicesa
20 llrkinB ..liol.-n Huttor
00 half barrels l-'ultou Miu-kel Beef and Pork
lort barrels Htuart'? Sugars-Yellow O, Iteflucd C, A,
and best I. i.shci 1
75 Hacks Rio aud .lava Cofleo
:iil barrels Brown Sugar
60 pkgm, Oreen and Black Toa, whole, half and
00 barrels Cuba MoIshmos and Golden Syrup
200 boxe? Soap, Colgate's mid Babbitt's
50 barrels Oibsnn'H and Roctiflod Whiskeys, In
whole and half barrols
20 boxes CoIHiih' Axes
All ?lomripllnna ?. BREAP, LIQUORS. FANCY AND
DOMESTIC GROCERIES, Htouo Wnro, Wooden Ware,
Bagging and Ro]ie.
For salo lou- by WM. MARSCIIF.R,
November 1 1 iuthlmo No. 7H Kust Bay.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &..,
NO. ?.59 KINGS- STREET,
(BRANCH OF No. 000 BBOADWAY, NEW YORK.
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM TH18 ESTABLISH
MENT aro of the fli-t quality. Wo sell no goode
but what wo can recommend and warrant to 1k_ PURE
Goods delivered to aR parts of tho city, free of charge.
"DECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS, A FULI
Jti SUPPLY OF
WM. 8. CORWIN k CO..
No. 269 King street (opposite Hasel).
November 27 3
rjXBIB HEALTHFUL TOAST BI8CUIT IS UX8UB
JL PA8SED for its nourishing and easily digestiv.
qualities, and highly recommended. From their light
ness, nutritious and palatablo properties, thoy will b
found an agreeable and suitable article, of dint for invn
llilH, children, aged, delicate and dy-xpcpUc porsons.
The ingredients of which tho ZWIEBACK Is compose?
aro Flour, Butter and Sugar only.
For Balo by the box, barrel, or singlo pound, at
WM. H. CORWIN le CO..
No. 259 King street,
November 27 3 Opposite Hasel.
Wine Trade of the United States
Pure California Champagne,
MADE AND PREPARED AS IF DONE IN FRANC!
from pure California Wine, and taking tho ploo
of Imported Champagne.
The undersigned would call the attention of Win? Dca!
i ni aud Hotel Kcopcrs to tin?, following lottcr, which ma
give a correct idea of the quality of their Wino:
"CONTI?.ENTAI, nOTKL, I
?Tnn-.Di.Li._.ia, October 25, ltflii.. J
"Messrs. BorcHEB k Co.
"Gentlemen: Having given your California Champagn
a thorough tent, we take pleasure in saying that wo thin
It the best American Wlno wu have over used. Wo sha
nt onco place it on our bill of fare.
"Yours truly. J. E. KINGSLEY k CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER _. CO.,
November li wim3mo No. 33 DEY STREET, N. Y.
CHEAP BOOT ANO SHOE STORE
No. 859 King-street,
UEL.iv/ OEORGB STREET.
YOU WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISH
MENT a fall supply of Gent's, Boys' and Youth
BOOTS, 8HOES, GAITERS AND SLIPPERS; Ladle
Mtssos' and Children's Congroes Gaiters; Polish Boot
Balmorals, Bootees, Buskins and SUppers of ovory d
scripUon; Gent's and Boys' Hats of all kinds.
The abovo Goods I am determined to soil at tho lowe
possible price. My motto is quick calos and small profil
Give me a eau and you wD "io ro"-_.__i_d.
October 20 stut_tmos
DOMESTIC HAND MILLS,
FOR CLEANING RICE
rriHE SUBSCRIBER INVITE8 THE ATTENTION C
X the public to those MACHINES FOR CLEANI*
RICE, as they aro got np expressly for homo nae. Ti
aro entirely of iron, simple of construction, and almc
impossible to pat thom oat of order; the necessary pai
can be renewed at about the expenso of a dollar; no sk
required to work them, and the results will ?urnrl
thoso who know the time required ; and tho did-nulty
cleaning Rloo in tho most Improved City Mills can, wi
very small expense, be attached to steam, ?rater or ai
mai power. Persons desirous to have them aro respe
fully requested to try them with Rloe.
Messrs. CAMERON * BARKLEY aro tho Agonis, a:
wUl give any information in conneoUon with tneabo'
November 10 mthe*_PETER MoK-NlAY.
R. E. BOREVEN. DOUGLAS NT8B?
SCREVEN & NISBET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE
Pareta ana siiiiiping of Cotton, Rice, 8
OFFICE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, oorner of I
alley leading to Vouduo Range. (Entranco on v.h
or Range.) November 1'
BIO. 10? BAST BAT, .
OT^TjBCTON, s. o.
' ' BUTTER, CHEESE AND PROVISIONS.
tjetr Liberal adrnnoe? made on consignments,
November 14 ?
POU HAVRE.-THE Al FIRST
class copporcd and coppor fastened French
Bark "MAZATLAN," H. Fauro, Master, having
a portion of h.?r cargo ongagod, will sall with
dispatch. For bataneo of freight apply to
J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
Novembor 23 3 No. 125 Eost Bay.
FOR HAVANA.-THE Al IIKITIHH
BABK B. F. SHAW, John M. Cann, Maator,
: haying threo-fourths of hor cargo ongagod and
going on board, will sall with dispatch. For re
mainder of rreight apply to
J. A. ENSLOW _ CO.,
Novomber 38_3_ No. 125 East Bay.
FOR MEW YORK. HEUCHANTg'
LINE.-COTTON FORWARDED THROUGH
TO LIVERPOOL OR HAVRE AT LOW RATES.
-The Regular Pucket achoonor ROB'T. CALD
WELL, J. Mccormack master, having a largo part car
go ongagod, will havo quick dispatch. For balance
apply to WM. ROACH.
Novembor M ths3
FOU BOSTON.-THE FAST SAIL
'ING brig REDWOOD, N. C. Bordon Mastor,
. wUI Bail with dispatch.
For Freight Engagements apply to
J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
Novcmboa 28 3 No. 125 East Bay.
FOR SALE.-THE SCHOONER AID,
as ..Im now lies, with all her Toeklo and Appar
el, well supplied for any voyago. For further
partienlnrs apply to ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 East Eay, or to the Agent on board the vessel,
foot of CUMBERLAND STREET (Fraser. Wharf).
WANTED.-A SLOOP OF AUOIIT 15
' eords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River for
_wood. Apply at Daily Nkws offlco, or at
O. N. AVLRILL k SON'S.
Novombor 2 No. 70 EoBt Bay.
MOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
THROUGH TICKETS TO TOINTS NORTH FROM
IN CONSEQUENCE OF FREQUENT APPLICATIONS
for THROUGH TICKETS to poluta North, this Com
pany bun iiuiiln arrangement!, with connecting Roads to
sell Tli'liel? and check baggage through to tho following
WASHINGTON, NEW YORK,
VIA COLUMBIA, DANVILLE AND RICHMOND.
FaniieugerH will ni ii this a very pleasant and agrcoablo
rout?, lo travel, butti winter mid sunitnor. Regular con
nections minie. Briens Hamo as the route via Wilming
ton, N. O. Tickets for BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
AND NEW YORK aro good between GREENSBORO' and
BALTIMORE either by wnv of RICHMOND or via
Information can bo received at tho PASSENGER
OFFICE in LlnoHtroot. or from tho GENERAL TICKET
AGENT, in John-street.
n. T. PEAKE,
L. C. HENDRICKS, General Ticket Agent.
?EN- SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
SOUTH CAROLINA RAn.RO/VD, \
Cuarlestun, S. C, Novombor 0, 18C0. J
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 7, 18C6, THE CAMDEN
FREIGHT and PASSENGER TRAIN will run as
Loavo KlugviRe.3.46 P. M.
Arnvo at Sanders.6.40 P. M.
Leave Sanders.6.30 A. M.
Arrive at Kingvillo.8.30 A. M.
Lcavo KlugviUo on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and
Leavo Sanders on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and
FRIDAY'S. H. T. PEAKE,
Novombor 6 General Suporinteudont.
GEN'L. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,]
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
CaAiii__E__-ro>-, November 6, 18GC.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH,
tho Passenger Trains will run as follows, viz. :
Loavo Charleston.8.80 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.6V20 P. M
Arrivo at Augusta.6.00 P. M
Leave Augusta.7.00 A. M
Lcavo Columbia.G...0 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M
THROUGH MAIL TRAIN.
Leavo Augusta.6.60 P. M
Arrive at KingvUlo.1.05 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.3.00 A. M
Leave Columbia.2.00 P. M
Arrivo at Ringville.3.10 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.12.00 nigh
H. T. PEAKE, Oeu'L Superintendent
AT THE FOOT OF IIAYNE AND PINCKNEYSTS
PIER NO. I HAS BEEN THOUROUGHLY REBUILT
and is now greatly improved by tho addition of i
shod 200 feet long, which offers advantages in lauding ant
receiving cargoes. The screw steamships of the "Balti
moro and Charleston Railroad and Steamship Company'
land their cargoes hore.
Piers Nor. 2 and 3 embrace a largo water front avail
ablo for shipping. The proximity of those docks to th
Dry Dock renders them convenient for vessels neodiui
Upon the promises aro dcsirablo locations for coal de
pots, woodya. iIh, kc, to be rented.
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
Novomber 22 thm3mo Lessees.
THE PAVILION HOTEL STABLES
No. 48 Meeting st.
B. R0DDIN & CO.
B. BODDIN.M. P. PIOKET1
rrUIE PROPRIETORS OF THESE OLD AND WELI
X KNOWN STABLES, beg to inform the pubUo tin
they have always on hand, Omnibuses, Carriages (ope
and closed). Buggies, Saddlo Horses, Hearses, Le, at th
service of their frionas and customers.
Novembor 23 fmwl2
HOSES, EVERGREENS, &c.
1MIE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE A CHOIO
selection of ROSES, consisting of
HYBRID PERPETUAL8, BOURBONS, TEAS, CHIN
or BENGAL, and NOI8_CITE8.
1200 Euonymus Jap?nica for Hedges.
45 Elms for stroet planting.
Gardons laid off and attended to by the month or yea
on terms to suit the times.
All orders entrusted to mo will be promptly ittended ti
8. WEBB, Florist and Oardoner,
No. OG Tradd-street, near Legaro,
November 23 fmw4 Charleston, R O.
STENCIL PLATES FOR MARKING BOXES, 3 Al
RELS, Clothing, Cards, Envelopes, ko., out in U
neatest style., and any design. Businoos Card Plates ci
at very low rates.'' Hame Flatos for marking Clothlr
warranted to ploase. Encourago a Obarleston?in. _.
orders loft with S. Lawrence Stein, at Metsrs. H. Blschc
k Co., East Bay, will meet with prompt attention.
GEORGE H. STEIN,
November 24_lmo_Charleston, & C.
A SPLENDID MILL SEAT, LARGE WATER-PO^
ER, WITH A DAM COMPLOTE, is offered GRAT
to any one that would build thorc?n a COTTON FA
TORY. It Is situated in the finest Cotton District in ti
State, and convenient to the South Carolina Railroad.
Apply to MOWRY k CO.,
November 8 th Charleston.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE
FOR ROCKVILLE AND EDISTO.
WILL LEAVE FOR ROCKVILLE AND EDISTO
Friday Morning, at 0 o'clock A. Bl., from South
Atlant io Wharf.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
November 20 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NORTH A?DSOUTH ED?S
TO AND ROCKVILLE*.
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT,
ILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF ON FRIDAY,
30th Novcmbor, at 10 o'clock A. M.
CHAS. L. GILLEAUME,
Corner Bust Bay and Atlantic Wharf.
Novombor 20 1
VIA SAVANNAH, Hil ll\s \V1( It, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS PALATKA.
THE FINE STEAMER.
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely.
jttaS-Frclght rocolvod dolly and Htorcd froo of charge.
For Freight or Passage apply on boord, or at the ol
flco of JOHN MAHONEY. .In.. ?8 East Boy, .
Novembor 13 Above Craig, Tuornoy k Co'b.
CHARLESTON AN D~ CAMDEN
REOVIiAB LIX**"* .ST KA M M H S
THE NEW SPLENDID IBON STEAMER
Z- _B- ^7-_A_3SrOE
CAPT. CHAS. McGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GABRISSON.
THE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WELL RUN
regularly betweeu Charleston and Camden; the
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
Uio "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
Freight for all landings on the Sante? and Watov^e
Blvers will bo received at all times, and stored free o?
charge at No. 11 Exchango street. AU freight shipped
by this Uno Is covorod by insurance.
For further information or freight engagement?, apply
to the undorslgnod. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchange Htreet, Charleston,
BBOCK ft BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL, Camdon.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE AVAC
CAMAW AND BLACK HIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt, Isaac Davis
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, wlU lcavo Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received doUy, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agents,
November 3 Accommodation Wharf.
Charlestoii and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT A?\D HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. McNeltt.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. BicnA-DSOlM.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 1 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston overy Monday and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
Tho ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes
day and Saturday, and Savannah overy. Monday and Fri
The PUot Boy will touch at Bluffton on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and hor Wednesday trip from Sa
Freight receivod dolly and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passago, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
T. M. MYRELL, Agent,
N. B.-The SteamoM of this Lino connect at charity?, tor.
with South Caro-na and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Guli Railroads anti
Florida steamers. November 2
1000 TONS nCRTHBN,
CAPTAIN L. M. OOXETTEB,
ILL LEAVE SOUTHERN WHARF EVEBY FBI
DAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to offlco c
J. T>. AIKEN k CO., Agents,
November 1 No. 17 Vonderhorafs Wharf.
ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS.
.PROPERLY FITTED OK
DB. BLY'R VI
ABM8 havo a
tho motions <
Ihr, natural lim!
and aro pre
nounced by 8a
geons and othc
to be tho 'BE
IN THE WORM
i I have estai
THIS CITY, an
hope those 1
their own Int?r?t
and havo thoi
Bemember, no Artidcli
Leg can fit properly without tho attendance of the paUei
at the MauulOotory, no more than a Glass Eye or a set <
T?!-_iv?ald. Dr.BLYhaa the STATE OONTBAOT <
Georgia and Tenjicssoo. Thooo applying from the abov
Btotee w?l bo PROMPTLY SUPPLIED.
For parti-ulmr?, -ddre-s J. E. GARDNER,
Agent and liann_iotiror of Dr. BLY'S PATEN. ART
FI?IAL LEMD?. Ho. 168 KING STREET, CTiarleaton, 8. I
REGULAR U. S. MAIL LINE.
WEDNESDAYS AND 8ATURDAYS.
S__A_JR,_A. Gh O S S A.,
L L LEAVE ADOER'S SOUTH WHARF ON
SATURDAY, December 1, at 3 o'clock P. M.
RAVENEL k CO., Agents.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every alternate TU .irsday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
Capt. R. W. Lockwood.
Capt. H. S. Leoby.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gore, with tables supplied by overy luxury the Now York
and Charleston markets ran alford ; and, for safoty, speed
aud comfort, aro unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY IB. SOUDER
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
TT/TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
TT Frtday, November 30. nt 12 . o'clock P. M.
Llboral al vanees made ou Consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passage, apply at thu oflle.o of the
Agents. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consig?eos in Now York-Messrs. LIVINUSTON, FOX
& CO. November 23
FOR KEY WEST, HAYANA AND
Daltimoro & Havana Steamship Company.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAM8HH?
LIB EUT Y,
CAPTAIN WM. ROLLINS,
WILL TOUCH AT PORT ROYAL ON DECEMBER
For passago only, having unsurpassed accommoda
tions, apply to JAMES ADGER k CO.
Novomber 20 December 3 0 Agents.
"passage REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALSO
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNL. AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at tbo vory lowest ratos.
Passengers, on arrival in Now York, will havo their
baggago removed Free, and every caro bostowod on them.
For Passage, _c., apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 627 Ring street, Charleston, S. C.
February 37 lyr
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND 8PLENDID 8TEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUTS M. COXETTER.
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, T-HM FINE
SHIP will RaU from Southern Wharf, overy Friday
Night, at 10 o'clock, tor the above places.
All freight must bo paid boro by shippers.
?yCountry papers advertising. "the DICTATOR" win
ploase'change nouoe to agreo with above.
For Freight or Passago apply on board, or to the
Agency, No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf. October 20
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
mnE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
X of this line leave New York ovory Satu lay, from
Plor No. 47 North River.
Ship. Tont. Commander.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of obarge.
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver
pool or Queenstown for 936, currency, can be obtained at
Through pascago to Paris, London, Antwerp, Ham
burg, Bremen, ko., at low rates.
__.-__ OV TAB?IAOU, PAY?M-K IK OC_.___.CT.
To Liverpool or Queenstown.9100 990.
For fright or panago, apply to _
"^^_____ir BROTHERS __ CO.,
Septes-feor 1 t_tt_i_uvr ?o. 74_53-tBsy.