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VOLUME VI.-NUMBER 997.1
CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 9, 1868.
EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
BY TELEGRAPH
EUROPE.
THE LATE ELECTION-COiQIENTS OF THE LONDON
nm.
LONDON, November 5.-Dispatches from thc
New York Associated Press office, Riving un?
usually full details of the result of the general
election in the United States, were received
here in a few hours after the polls closed. The
morning pap?is comment variously on the elec?
tion of General Grant.
The Telegraph, a Liberal journal, after not?
ing the lofty character and position of General
GraDt, says that the defeat of the De uocrats
was richly deserved. They should have ac?
cepted the results of the wai- by nominating
Judge Chase and not Horatio Seymour, a man
whose election would have been a recantation
of all that was done in tho war.
The Dally News think3 the American people
are evidently weary of their last two years' ex
, perience and demand a etrong government.
*? The Morning Standard charges the Republi?
can party with the suppression of freedom of
voting in several States, the enfranchisement
of hundreds of thousands of ignorant blacks
and the disfranchisement of nearly all th?
Southern people. Thia state of things, the
Standard continues, coupled with the fact that
the Radicals held possession of the State gov?
ernments and had control of the polling booths,
with their notorious readiness to abuse this
}?ower, made the Democrats fight at a terrible
disadvantage; but had the Democratic party
nominated Chase or McClellan instead of two
second-rate politicians, it might bav9 suc?
ceeded.
The Times bolds that though the Democrats
are beaten and the representation in Congress
is largely against them, they are yet a power- 1
ful party and must greatly inflaeuce the policy
of the government. The success of Grant no
one is disposed to regret. He has fairly, won
his high rank b\ hard work, real devotion to
his country ana services which will live long io
its vemerr>Li<*nce. He is no political], and will
take Lis office with greater freedom than if,
tbs hero of a hundred battles, he bad uttered
all the shibboleths of party.
MTNISTEB JOHN FOX AT THEHE BUTS BANQUET
TS LONDON.
LONDON, November 5.-In the course of a
speech at the Sheriff's banquet, Tuesday eve?
ning, Mr. Johnson said: "Whatever difficulties
have occurred between England and the Uni?
ted States, I have supreme pleasure in saying
they are about to be removed. Little remains
to be done, and, before the close of the year,
# everything will be successfully adjusted." Re?
ferring to the financial position of the United
States, he said: "We have contracted an enor?
mous debt, but I tell you with all the sincerity
with which a man cac speak, every dollar will
be paid in what the world recognizas as
money."
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
LONDON, November 6.-The Times bas an
editorial on the result of tho Alabama negotia?
tions, which, it affirms, from the speeches of
the American Minister, have been brought to
a satisfactory conclusion. It exults in the
solution of the question, and praises Mr. John
sou, not only for the frank and conciliatory
manner in 'which he bas conducted this contro?
versy, but also for his manly and straightfor
-ward utterances in regard to the paymont of
tbe national debt. The Times declare? that
the tone in which Mr. Johnson repudiates
tampering with the national credit is a fraud
shows that the higher class of American poli?
ticians recognize the same principle of moral?
ity which are current on this side of the At?
lantic.
THE SPANISH THRONE.
Pasts, November 5.-The Gaulois says the
Carlista ate circulating a report that Napoleon
will favor Don Carlos should be be pres en ted
as the candidate for the throne of Spain. A
dispatch to the samejournal reports that tho
selection of a Spanish Grandee for Sing is
mooted in Madrid.
ELECTION FOB PRESIDENT OF THE PRUSSIAN
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.
BERLIN, November 5.-Herr Farckenbrek bas
been elected President of the Chamber cf Dep?
uties. Dr. Jacoby, an eminent Liberal states?
man, announces his withdrawal from the pro?
gressive party.
PABTS GOSSIP.
PARTS, November 7.-Queen Isabella arrived
here to-day.
A Madrid correspondent of the Independence
Be'ge writes that the Provisional Government
will entertain a propositioa for the sale of
Cuba.
Accounts have been received of the annihila?
tion Zx the Portuguese expedition in Mozam?
bique, South Africa. It consisted of six hun?
dred sildiers, with artillery. But sixty es?
caped to the coast. The natives capture I
everything.
WASHINGTON.
OBANT'S ABBTVAL-CONQBE8S-TREATY WITH BA?
VARIA-COMPLEXION OF CONOBESS-QBANT's
LETTER.
WASHINGTON, November 8.-General Grant
arrived here to-day, but no demonstration was
made.
Wade is here and Colfax will come to-mor?
row.
Congi ess will meet on the 10th and adjourn
immediately.
The naturalization treaty with Bavaria has
been officia ll proclaimed.
Mcculloch derides he bas power to reissue
legal tenders redeemed, bit not cancelled, pro?
vided the amount standing does not exceed
$400,000,000.
Canby visited the Pr?sidant to-day prelimi?
nary to his departure for Texas.
The present complexion of the next Con?
gress is : Senate, 57 to ll ; House, 112 to 83.
Latest dispatches from Minister Johnbon do
not indicate that details for a settlement of
thc Alabama claims have assumed definite
shape.
Negotiations for right of way over the Ith?
mus of Darien are progressing favorably.
Seward and the Colombian Minister aro in per?
fect accord.
Mcculloch ordered a reissue of ten millions
three per cent, temporary loan to relieve the
money market.
General Horace Brooks, Colonel of the 4th
artillery, succeeds Canby here.
A special from Lexington, Ky., says Barnes,
Republican, carried the Eighth Kentucky Dis?
trict by two thousand.
The foUowing is Grant's letter declining re?
ception: "I will make no formal reply, but I
wish you would say to the gentlemen in charee
of the movement that I would much prefer re?
turning quietly to my homo without demon?
stration. I appreciate their motives, and will
take the will for the deed."
Customs from the 26th to the 31st, inclusive,
$2,655,000.
Private dispatches at Memphis' state that
Clayton declares martial law in eleven counties
in Arkansas.
rr oit j DA.
RECONSTRUCTION A FAILURE- TWO GOVERNORS
GREAT EXCITEMENT.
TALLAHASSEE, November C.-About nine,
o'clock last night, citizens to tbe number of
one hundred or more were summoned by the
city aod county authorities to hold themselves
in readiness to aid in quelling any riot. At ll
o'clock, as there were no indications of trouble,
the posse was discharged. The cause of the
call was conflicting orders from Governor Reed
and Lieutenant-Go vernor Gleason, and fears
were entertained that the colored people would
bo called to support the action of the Legisla?
ture. The citizens are uneasy to-day, but will
not interfere, except to aid in preserving the
peaco, when prompt assistance will be render?
ed. Rumors on the street to-day aro that plan?
tation negroes have been notified to come in
to-night. One company of the Seventh Regi?
ment is quartered here, about thirty strong.
The Legislature adjourned this morning till
Januarj*. No quorum present. When im?
peachment passed seven members held seals
and voted whose scats had been declared va?
cant by a proclamation of the Governor, by
reason ol tho members accepting and occupy?
ing other offices. Governor Reed refuses to
recognize the action of thc body, and declares
it illegal.
Lieut-. nant-Governor Gleason this morning
demanded possession of the Executive office,
and was refused by Governor Reed", who has
brought suit against Gleason and Alden, Sec?
retary of Slate, for conspiracy against the gov?
ernment, and they are now under arrest. This
eise will be sent up to tho Supreme Court. Tho
general impression seems to be that Reed is
in the right.
The following proclamation has been issued:
SENATE CH AMBER, )
( TALLAHASSEE, FLA., November ?, 1858. j
Whereas, The Assembly o? Florida, as a
duty, organized in extraordinary session, held
by \irtue of a proclamation issued by the Gov?
ernor of Florida, on the third day of Novem?
ber, 1868, have impeached Harrison Recd, Gov?
ernor of Florida, for high crimea and misde?
meanors in office; and
Whereas, Under the provisions of the Consti?
tution of the State of Florida, tho said Harrison
Keed.Governor of Floridans debarred from exer?
cising the functions of tho executive office of
the l?tate, and the administration thereof de?
volves upon the Lioutenant-Governor:
Now, therefore, 1, WU iam H. Gleason, Lieu?
tenant-Governor of the State of Florida, do
issue my proclamation, taking possession of
the Executive Department in all ita partP. 1
hereby cell upon all citiz ns of the State to
support the government, obey the laws of tho
State, and preserve peace and auiet.
In testitnony whoreof I have hereunto set my
hand and caused the great seal of tho Siate
. to be affixed, this 6th day of November, A.
D., 1868.
W. H. GLEASON,
Lieutenant and Acting Governor.
Per contra, Governor Reed has issued tho
following :
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
TALLAHASSEE. FLA., November 7,18U3. J
To the Sheriff qj Leon County, State of Florida:
SIR : 1 am, under the constitution and laws
of the State, the rightful Governor thereof,
aDd ehall continue to exercise the power and
authority, and discharge all the duties belong?
ing to the office ol the Executive Department,
until thc judicial tribunals of thc State shall
determine otherwise. To the d?termiuation of |
the judiciary I will, like any other good citi?
zen, vield peaceful and ?mm "lime obedience.
hARRISON REED, G ?vernor.
- The fodowii'g ore the articles of impeach?
ment :
1st. He bas been guilty of falsehood and lying
while transacting business with members of |
tbe Leeislature and other officeis of tho State.
2d. I charge him with incompetency, inas?
much as he tilled commissions to officers in
blank, and other irresponsible persons having
issued them.
3d. He has issued a proclamation declaring
many seats of the Legislature vacant before tho
members duly elected and returned had resign?
ed or legal term of service expired.
4th. He has been guilty of embezzlement,
having takeu from the State treasury securities
and money, and sold si^h securities, and then
failed to return a portion or all of tho proceeds
of the sale to the treasury.
5th. He has been guilty of corruption and
bribery, he having bartered and sold promi?
nent offices in the State to sundry persons, for
money to him jn hand paid, and nominating
such persons to the Sonate for confirmation.
For and in consideration of these and many
other crimes and misdemernors, which have
come to my knowledge, I ask, at the hands of
the General Assembly, the impeachment, for
high crimes and misdemeanors, of Harrison
Reed, Governor of Florida.
HORATIO JENKINS, JR.
Governor Rood occupied the Executive room
in the capitol as heretofore.
General Rousseau Sustained by thc Kc
? publicans.
NEW ORLEANS, November 7.-All troops sent
to reiuforce General Rousseau during the ex?
citement previous to tho election have been
roturned to their command. Tho Republican
has a leader defending General Rousseau from
tho attacks of the Radical press North. It
says : "His position duriug the recent past has
been a most difficult one, and knowing, as wc
do, what wero his views, his wishes, and the
means at his disposal to enforce those views
-ad wishes, wc propos? to do a gallnnt soldier
the justico of placing h in correctly before the
world. Justice to him requires us to say to
our friends that he was earnest, diligent and
true iu his endeavor to protect life and prevent
a riot.':
Grant Carries North Carolina.
WILMINGTON, November 7.-Returns show
that the State has gone for Grant by a consi?
derable majority, though the Conservatives
made large gains. It is believed that the esti?
mate given Wednesday approximates correct?
ness. That gave the State to Grant by 8000.
Returns received from the mountain districts
to-night show the election of Plato Durham,
Conservative, ic Congress. The delegation
stands: five Republicans and two Conserva?
tives. The Democrats gam one. The official
count increases the Republican majority. New
Hanover County, including the City of Wil?
mington, 1078; Republican gain 845.
Alabama Doubtful.
MONTGOMERY, November 7.-Returns from
thirty counties give Seymour and Blah- ma?
jorities ol 14,521, and Graut majorities of 23,
C00. The remaiuinrt counties aie nearly all
white counties, and will probably give Seamour
majorities sufficient to overcome the majority
of the negro counties. The returns indicate
that the result is doubtful.
Condensed News by Telegraph.
Rogers, Democrat, has boen elected to Con?
gress from the Second District of Arkansas.
Martial law is to be extended over Little
Rook, Pulaski County, Arkansas, to-day.
-The Darlington Southerner gives the fol?
lowing particulars of the shooting of Mr. John
K. Law, son of Mr. Augustus Law, ot that
t.'OLuty: "Mr. Law was aroused by a noise in
the yard, and cn getting up, found a crowd of
colored persons m tho yard, some armed, who
were posted as sentinels about the house lo
prevent anv on j from passing out. '.the party
had robbed Mr. Law of his cotton, having a
wa?on with them, aud "/ere taking his poultry
ofl' when Air. Law fired upon them; the lire was
returned by the party, Mr. Law stauding in bis
window, one shot enteimg the head, and others
in different parts ol his body, inflicting danger?
ous wounds. It is hoped Mr. Law may recover,
but the case is doubtful. Two parties are in
pursuit of the robbers."
TUE ELECTION IN THE STATE.
IMMENSE DEMOCRATIC GAINS.
THE RETURNS FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL
DISTRICTS.
THE GENERAL RESULT.
We publish below full tibios of tho vote
throughout the State for President and Ti ce
Pr?sident of the United States. Some of th e
returns are estimated, bul.we arc satisfied that
the official count will not show any importan t
change in the result. South Carolina has gone
for Grant and Colfax by a majority of 9932, be?
ing a Democratic gain ol 43,470 upon the elec?
tions held iu April last. Does not thia ebow
that, with unremitting exertion, the Democra?
cy might have carried the State ?
The following arc elected to Congress :
First District-Rev. B. V. Whitteraore, Re?
publican.
Secoud District-Hon. C. C. Bowen, Repub?
lican.
Third District-Hen. J. P. Recd, of Ander?
son, Democrat.
Fourth District-Hon. W. D. Simp son, of |
Laurens, Democrat.
FIEST CONGRESSIONAL DISTE CT. -
County. Dem. Maj. Rep. Maj.
Lan-aster. 110 ....
Chesterfield. 260 -
Marlboro'. <S0
Darlington. 1,00')
Marion. 200
Sorry. 576
?eorg< town. 2,415
(Ydditnsburg. 836
>umter. 1,000
Clarendon. COO
Strsbaw. 067
1,146 7,488
Rf-puMican majority. 6,342
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTEICT.
County. Dem. Maj. Rep. Maj.
Charleston. 7,0<iO
holleton. LOU0
Jeaufort. 3,500
iaruwell. 1,000
Republican majority.12,500
TITTED CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
County. Dcm. Maj. Rep. Maj.
)rang?-burg. 1,002
lexington.1,100
Richland. 1,000
Sc wherry.1,090
Edgefleld. No election.
Abbeville.2,750
Anderson.1,500
C.37C 2,102
Democratic majority.4,374
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
Cortuty. Dem. Maj. Rep. Maj.
3conee.?. 847
Pickers..<?... 500
jrro nvide. 273
Laurens. 738
?partanbu.-g.2,078
Uniou.1,(00
fork. 500
hester. 200
Fairfield. 1.200
5,930 1,400
Den ocratio majority.4,030
RECAPITULATION.
First District-Republican majority.0,342
-ccond Diemci-liopubiican majority.12.6UU
Third Distiict- Democratic majority. 4,374
Fourth D'ttrict-Democratic majority. 4,530
Republican majority in the .State. ?,939
Republican majority, April, 1808.43,470
DcmocruUc gain.33.53?
THE RETURN'S.
Dem. Dep.
Peni. Rep. Total. Maj. Maj.
ABBEVILLE Cousrv
Courthouse. 308 3S4 692 ....
Cokesbury. 267 80 317 187
Ninety-six. 320 .... 320 320
Greenwood. 254 _ 254 251
Donaldsouvhle.... 145 G 151 139
Due West. 91 2 93 89
Union'.. 91 .... 91 91
Tribbles. 157 .... 107 If 7
Lowndesville.
AVarrenton. 67 133 190 ...
Calhoun's Mills... 173 74 247 99
Durdeaux.1U3 .... Iu3 103
Bradley's. 145 CO 205 85
Cothrans. 180 2 188 184
Cedar Springi>. 35 51 8G ....
W'O'dville. 300 _ 300 300
Long Cane. 77 18 95 59
Whole County. Dem. maj. .2750
ANDERSON COUNTY
Courthouse. 377 211 Ct8 14C
Boneapath. 125 30 155 1*5
Pendleton. 201 138 339 03
Belton. 175 25 201 15?
Dart Corner. 103 .... 100 100
Hollana's Store... 101 .... 101 101
Hock .Milla. G8 .... C8 GS
Orville. 57 6 Ci 51
Milford's. 94 30 124 64
IFAci? Cuitnty, est'd. Dem. maj. .1500
BARNWELL COUNTY
Courthouse. 133 343 476 _ 303
Aiken. 378 354 732 21
WiUiston. 223 49 272 174
Bamberg. 282 202 044 20
Whole County, est'd. Bop. maj.. 1000
BEAUFORT COUNTY
Beaufort. 40 417 487 .... 407
St. Holen?. 1112 1012 .... 1012
Gray's Hill. 410 410 .... 410
Garner's Comer... tl 445 450 _ 14tl
Chiaolm'l Landing 4 131 135 .... IS
Gmhamvillc. 09 281 353 .... 2L5
Whole County,est'd. Len. maj..3000
CHARLESTON COUNT
Waesamasaw. 07 49 11C 18 _
1'iucvillo. 19 108 187 _ 149
St Stephen's Dep't 100 242 342 _ 142
John's Island. 16 883 899 _ 867
St James' Sante*. ... 419 419 _ 419
St John's. 35 310 351 _ 281
Charleston City...3801 5156 8957 .. . 1355
Whole County, ret'd. Bop. maj.. 7000
CHESTER COUNTY
Courthouse:. 402 Si2 984 .... 180
Whole County, est'd. Rep. maj.. 200
CHESTERFIELD Co.
Cneraw....". 233 444 677 ....
Cour.Louse. 1C9 65 234 104 .
Cole Hill. 131 20 157 105 .
t ld Store. 137 27 1C4 110 .
Jefferson's. 148 25 173 123 .
Mount Croghan... 151 125 279 29 .
Whole County. Dem. maj..260
HOLLETON COUNTY
Riifgev?lc..158 12C 284 32 .
Walterhoro'. 199 277 47C ....
Round 0. 29 111 140 .... 82
Maple Cane..:. 46 5? 99 .... 7
Bell's X Road?.... 69 60 109 9 .
Salkehatchie Fork. 60 65 121 ll .
Blue House. 27 C43 670 .... 6>6
Whole County, est'd. 1000
CLARENDON COUNTY
Whule County, eBfd. Rep. maj. .600
DARLINGTON CO.
bociety Hill and
Swift Creek.Ul 482 593 .... 371
Leavenworth and
Hicksville.. 195 13 208 182 .
Courthouse. 250 805 1055 .... 556
Thnmonsville. 209 303 572 .... 34
Carters ville. 43 92 140 .... 44
Windlrwa's and
Phila. C9 70 139 .... 1
Whole County, est'd. 1000
FATuFIELD COUNTY
Wiuushoro*. 327 4C4 791 .... 337
Ridgeway. 185 282 467 .... 127
Doko. 81 ....
Whole County, est'd. 1200
GEORGETOWN CO.
Whole County. 203 2CS0 2915 .... 2415
SREENVILLE CO.
Courthouse. 374 441 815 67 ....
McCullough's. 113 35 148 78 ....
Al av field's. 4C 68 114 _ 22
C-uar Falls. 70 30 100 40 ....
Grove .station. 67 06 123 _ !)
Rroekman's. 01 37 98 24 -
Joues. 93 45 140 50 ....
Bate^ville. 76 SB 114 38 ....
Montgomery's.... 68 01 129 7 _
Whole County.... Dcm. maj..273
H ORR Y COUNiTY
Whole County. 877 301 1178 07C _
Knau? L'OUKTX
Cauid-B. 433 1015 1443 .... 532
Red ?ill. 37 233 270 .... 190
Whole County. 707 1154 2241 _ 607
LEXINGTON CO.
Courthouse. 143 109 312 _ 90
-Whole County, est'd. Dem. maj. .1100
LAURENS COUNTY
Whole County, est'd 1932 1194 3190 733 ....
LANCASTER UOUNTY
Whule County.... Dcm. maj..110
MARION COUNTY
Courthouse. 323 478 Mil .... 153
Whole County.... Dem. maj. .200
MARLBORO COUNTY
TV*iofe County, tst'd . Rep. maj. .400
' NEWBERRY COUNTY
Courthouse. 460 8--3 1323 _ 40?
Frog Level. 453 51 510 408
C. buber's. 163 .... 163 .163
TalaQ'er. 73 93 166 .... 20
Longshore. 379 .... 379 379
Wilhams'. 134 .... 134 134
May lian ton. 40 .... 4? i'l
tf lymph's. 96 _ 96 96
Cramer's. 95 .... 95 95
Whitmore's. 55 _ 55 55
Wadhngtou's. 79 _ 79 79
Whole County.2033 1007 3040 1026
OCONEE. COUNTY
Whole Cunty, est'd. 1089 242 1331 817
OBAXGEBORO CO.
Easterly's. 121 129 250 ....
Cedar Grove. 88 102 19J _
Grealon. 130 75 205 55
Oringcburg. 269 488 757 _ 219
Jamison. 43 122 165 .... 79
Rowels Vump. Cl 83 1*4 .... 22
Branchville. 113 156 274 .... 38
Felder's. C3 94 147 .... 21
Bain's. . 145 81 226 64 ,
Kvott's Mill. Jil 98 209 23 ,
Villon's. 23 74 102 _ 46
Zeigler's. 47 69 116 _ 22
Fort Motte. 83 241 274 .... 208
Lewis ville. 83 393 481 .... 215
Club House. 42 139 181 .... 97
Brookbank. 73 112 185 .... 39
Wash'n Semiu'v... CO 78 138 _ 18
Griflln's. 98 108 206 .... io
Avingw's. 49 124 173 ....
llonie'-. ?"8 34 92 24 .
Tyler's. 43 5 50 40 .
Corbett's. 75 ->132 207 _ 57
Total.1840 2932 4772 200 1208
V/holc County.... Rep. maj.. 1002
PICKEN? COUNTY
Whole County, est'd. Dem. maj..500
SUMTER COCNTT
Whole County, est'd. Rep. maj. .1500
UNION I'OUNTY
TFAoie County. Dem. maj.. lOOO
WILLIAMSBURG Co.
Kiugstrce. 102 347 449 .... 245
Black Mingo. 70 37 127 13 .
Indiai town. 51 248 299 ....
Muddy Creek. K4 45 129 39 .
fulten's. 37 9G 133 _ 59
Anderson. 05 25 90 40 .
Salt.-rs. 07 289 330 ....
GourdiuS . 51 210 261 _ 119
Cedar swamp. 24 130 154 .... 106
Whole County. Rep. maj. .850
YOBK COUNTY
York ville. 498 293 791 195 ....
Blairsville. 133 132 265 1 ....
Bethel. 139 74 213 05 ....
McConnelsville. .. 156 153 309 3 _
Bethany. 63 36 99 27 ....
Boydton. 130 50 186 71 ....
Wylie's Store. 75 49 124 26 ....
Whole Cou ty, est'd. Dem, maj.. 500
BlCHLA*"!? Co.
Columbia-Ward 1. 108 2i*2 3 70 .... 154
Ward 2. 318 379 697 .... 61
Ward 3. 122 177 299 .... 55
Ward!. 285 273 158 12 ....
irAoie City. 258
Camp Ground. 106 1 03 209 3 ....
Trcnbolm's. 20 215 2J6 _ 195
Whole County. Rep. maj. .1000
SPABrA?nunG Co.
Beei-h Springs. C5 1 66 C4 ....
Bivin'.'HVi le. 112 S3 142 72 ....
Bowers'. 48 8 66 40 ....
Campbell's. 105 - 105 105 ....
Ca-h ville. 119 8 127 Ul ....
Cavin's. 33 _ ?3 33 _
Cedar BTU. 78 3 81 75 ....
Cher kee Spriggs. 90 2 92 88 ....
Crawfordsville_ 95 69 164 26 ....
Cross Anchor. Ul .... Ul Ul ....
Garrison's store... 115 20 135 95 ....
Gurtry's. 45 .... 45 45 ....
Glenn Springs_ 123 61 184 62 _
Greasy Pond. 65 G 71 59 ....
GreenV. 144 52 196 92 ....
Hobly's. 58 .... 58 68 ....
Holly Springs. 37 42 79 ... 5
Johnson's. 68 _ 68 Qi _
Liiucs'OLo Springs 115 13 118 92 _
McKelvy'?. 58 16 74 42 ....
Mooni'?. 36 .... 36 36 ....
Pacolet Depot. 114 43 157 71 ....
Pollard's. 103 2 105 101 ....
Rolling Mill. 37 19 56 18 ....
Courthouse. 440 109 519 33] ....
Sumner's. 55 .... 55 65 ....
Thorn's. 59 9 68 GO ....
Walnut Grove. 97 126 226 .... 29
Webber. 37 53 90 .... 16
Woodruff.rt. 118 .... 118 118 ....
2770 G92 34C2 2128 GO
Wh lc County.... Dem. maj. .2078
WHERE TO ItEMSTEK.
BZSIDENTS OF WARD NO. 1 register at thc
City Hall.
RESIDENTS OF YVAUD NO. 2 register at th'
Courthouse.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 3 (First Precinct),
living south of Market-street, register at the
Market Hall.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 3 (Second Pre?
cinct), living between Market-street and Went
worth-street, on tho north side ol' Market and
on tho south sub of Wentworth, register at
tho l'alnietto Engine House. Anson-strect.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 3 (Third Precinct),
?mag between Wentworth-street and Calhoun
stroet, on tho north side of Wentworth and tho
south side of Calhoun, register at the Engine
House in IuspecHon-stroet.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. i, (First Precinct, )
living south of Hasel-street and Beuf.iin-street,
and on tho south side of those streets, register
litjho Hope Eugine House.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 4, (Second Pre?
cinct) living between Hisel and Beufitin-strccts,
and George and Buli-streets, on the norl li side
ot Hasel and Bcufain, and on thc south side of
George and Bull, register at the Stonewall
Engine House, at ?bc comer of George and
College-streets.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 1, (Third Precinct,)
living between George and Bull-streets, and
Culhoun-3treet, on thc north sido of George
and L'ull and the south sid) of Calhoun,
register at the Engine House in Smith-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 5 (First Precinct)
living south of Ann and Judith streets, and on
tho south side of those streets, register at
the Eau le Eugiuc House.
RESIJENTS OF WARD NO. 5 (Second Precinct)
living north ol Ann and Judith streets, and on
tho north side ot those streets, register in
America-street, opposite South-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. G (First Product)
living Routh of Radcliffe and Doughty streets,
and on tba south side of those streets, register
jit. tho Washington Engine House, in Vander
horst-street.
RESIDENTS OF W.\BD NO. G (Second Precinct)
living north of Radcliffe and Doughty streets,
and on the north side of those streets, register
at the Icc House, in Rutlcdge-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 7 register at the
Engine House in Columbus-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 8 register at the
Marion Engine House.
-The Washington correspondent of the Bal?
timore Gazette writes: "It will be gratifying
to the poople who hive just passed through an
exciting canvass to learn that the politicians of
all parties arc harmonizing in a purpose to
give the President elect a suitable reception on
his return to tho National Capital. It is tho
expressed purpose of the Democratic leaders
4o~acoord to General Giant's administration
every possible support consistent with tho
principle;, of their party, and many venture
the opinion that, although he may have had
no policy in tho past, he will adopt one for thc
future, and a policy which may lull the storms
and secure peace aud happiness to the c mut ry.
Wc have any amount of speculation ns to the
probabilities of certain well known party lead?
ers going into the now Cabinet. It seems to be
conceded on all hands that Attorney-General
Evarts will hold over, and some venturo that
?fir. Seward's late diplomatic speech at Auburn
will retain bim at the head of the State Depart?
ment. J lioso who claim tobo most intimate
with General Ur.ttitV views ou "tho .-ituatiou"
say that he will astonish all parties by the
adoption ol'a safe conservative policy, holding
in check the extremists? on both aides, recog?
nizing fully what has beeD done, and, without
4iii>iiiiig back, ilevote himself to the future."
. - Pierre Carnie, the Chicago billiard-player,
?ae-accepted tin:challenge of M. Rudolpbe,*thc
mysterious peregrinating Frenchman, to play
aTflatch game ot milliards'. Tboy are to play
the three-ball French game, 5n0 points for
S40?0 a side. They will subsequently play tho
four-ball American gnuie, push shot barred, on
the same conditions.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
The undersigned, impressed with the impor?
tance of securing the success of the candidates
put forth by tho Citizen's Party af the ap?
proaching Municipal election, pledge them?
selves to use every proper means within their
^opwer for accomplishing that ?esult.
They urge their fellow-citizens of every class
/to unite with them in saving tLe city from
three years' of misrule, which must cause the
destruction of the credit and thc crippling of
every branch of industry.
They specially appeal to the colored people
to weigh calmly the consequences of the suc?
cess of the Radical nominees. Thty aro asked
to consider whether they will place their re?
liance upon those among whom they have al?
ways lived, who have never deceived thom,
and who have no interest in deceiving them
now; whether they will sustain those who have
no interest opposed to their own, and who will
protect them in their every just right and pri?
vilege, or whether they will put into power
men who have nothing to loso and all to gain,
and who have no interest in thc community,
beyond securing their own personal profit, re?
gardless of the consequences to the people of |
^Charleston.
Citizens of Charleston, wc labor in a com?
mon cause, and appeal to every man, as he
joyes bia city and his people, to register, and
vote for the candidates put forth by the Citi?
zens' Party of Charleston.
James Adger & Co. Alfred Huger.
H. Gourdin. Wm. 13. Pringle.
Jacob Cohen. C. 1\ Lowndes.
W. Mikell. E. Geddings.
E. A. Wickonberg. Wm. T. Wracrg.
Thoa. Y. Simona. Wm. Heyward.
D. L. McKay. Wm. C. Roll.
H. G. L">i er. Theo. D. Jervey,
W. li. Williams. James R. Pringle
Arnoldus Vanderhorst. E. Horry Frost.
W. Y. Leitch. John Colcock.
Charles H. Simonton. Rich. Roper.
Henrv Seabrook. Tiioa. H. Colcock.
J. H. Wilson. Theo. Stoney.
f\Vm. C. Ravenel. William Lebby.
?A-r*R. Chisolm. Wm. E. Marlin.
C. F. Hanckel. Wm. Jervey.
E. Lafitte. W. H. Huger.
Jno. B. Lafitte. Rob't Mure.
Theo. Huchet. Wm. Middleton.
F. A. Porcher. Lee Howard.
Francis J. Polzer. Stephen L. Howard.
E. H. Gadsden. Daniel Ravenel, Jr.
R. Dewar Bacot. Wm. P. Holmes.
B. G. Wilkins. E. P. Milliken.
W. K. Stcedman. Jno. B. Ho mes.
Wilson Glover. William Ravenel.
C. W. Hoory. ?. H. Middleton.
L. D. Mowry. D. N. Lngraham.
W. S. Mowrv. I Williams Middleton.
Wm. Walton Smith. Cleland K. Huger.
W. C. Courtnov. | J. Adger Smytae.
Rob't Murdoch'. I A. T. Smythe
R. T. Walker. | John Klinck.
H. H. Raymond. James Kealey.
Daniel Ravenel. | Tho?. M. Hancksl.
James Ravenel. John Haiicston.
P. R. Wicken berg. | A. Calder.
W. A. Wardlaw. A. Canale.
James Chapmen. | F. L. O'Neill.
John P. O'Neill. Jno. Burns.
John Monsces. | J. Campsen.
F. W. Wagoner. John Hanckel.
J. C. Tronholm. | J. H. Taylor.
J. C. H. Claus-en. Henry Cobia.
E. C. Williams. | A. S. 'Johnston.
A. S. J. Perry. John G. Crane.
J. R? Boylcston. | J. E. Adger.
Alexander St. Arnaud. I G. H. Monett.
E. D. Robinson. ? S. Hvde.
A. ilcD. Brown. E. W. Marshall.
W. T. Burge. bam'l D. Stoney.
W. L. Webb. A. B. Rose.
?_-?
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
The Financo Committee of thc Citizens' Par?
ty feel assured that every lover of law and or?
der, every owner of property or of city securi?
ties, every merchaut, mechanic and day laborer,
must feel tho vital importance of securing (or
our city a good and economical administration
of its municipal affairs.
It must bc apparent lo every rosident of this
city that thc election of the Radical nominees
would destroy what little remains of tho city
credit, add greatly to the burthcus which are
already so oppressive, and inaugurate such a
condition of affairs as would drive from our
city all men of capital who have thc means of
escaping from such evils. The great want of
our city is additional capital, which would at?
tract to us an increased commerce, which
would bc beneficial to all classes. To drive
away capital would be ruinous to property
holders, business men and labo.ers alike.
The committeo feel that the coming election
differs from all others that have preceded. It
is no longer a contest between political parties,
neither is lt a mere matter of preference for
one man or set of mon over auother man or
set of men, nor is it a contest in which thc in?
terests of men of different race or color run
counter to each other. On the contrary, no
class or set of meu have a greater interest in
tho succes8of tho Citizens'candidates than our
colored population. Tbe capitalist can remove
with his family to more favored sections,
where his capital will yield him a safe and sure
return; but the laborer is forced to remain
where bo is, nnd encouutcr ail ihc evils ol'po
verty and dislross.
The contest is between good management,
economy, law and order, and prosperity on tho
one side; and corruption, mismanagement, ex?
travagance, tumult and ruin on the other.
Ihe succoss of ono party gives promise of at
least no further increase of taxation, a restora?
tion of credit, protection of life and property
without regard to race ot color, and, a3 a natu?
ral consequence, an increase in the value of
property, and the instilling of new life and
vigor into every branch of industry. Tho suc?
cess of the other party will surely entail a
large increase of taxation, the destruction of
credit, a marked diminution in tho value of
real estate, and a stagnation in every depart?
ment of trade which would injuriously affect
the professional man, the merchant, the me?
chanic and the laborer.
In conclusion, tho committee bring to the
notice of their fellow-citizens the fae: that to
carry on a canvass money is absolutely requir?
ed, and trust that every member of the com?
munity will contribute freoly and liberally.
They feel that they can, in this instance, ap?
peal not only to the patriotism and generosity
of the community, but also to the feeling of
self-iutcrest; and contributions to this fund
may properly be regarded as a premium of in?
surance paid to protect property and business,
and to secure the blessings of good govern?
ment.
The following named gentlemen have been
appointed, and have consented to serve, as
collectors in the various wards and districts, as
enumerated below, and to them only should
contributions be paid.
East Bay and wharves south of Broad-street
-Cleland K. Huger, Wm. C. Courtney.
East Bay and wharves north of Broad-strcot
-L. D. Mowry and Wm. E. Howland.
Broad-streot, from Ea=t Bay to King-Z. B.
Oakes and Geo. L. Holmes.
Meeting-street, from Cunibei?aud to Went?
worth, also Hayue-strect-Wm. T. Burge and
Geo. H. Moffett.
King-street, from Broad to Wentworth-F.
Von Santen and Wm. Lanneau.
King-slroct, from Wentworth to Calhoun
Wm. Mattuiesscu and Charles Webb.
For such portions of the Warda as are not
included in the above :
Ward No. 1-D. J. Paul and W. S. Adams.
Ward No. 2- Theodore Stoney and Edward
N. Thurston.
Ward No. 3-L. C. Nowell and J. A. Quack -
enbu8h.
Ward No. 4-Frederick Richards and Henry
Cobia.
Ward No. 5-R. Arnold and T. D. Dotterer.
Ward No. C-Hutson Lee and J. C. Oetjen.
Ward No. 7-George H. Gruber and Eugene
Walter.
Ward No. 8-W. S. Henerey and H. Hoffman.
To the Citizens of Charleston.
The gentlemen who have been appointed to
act as collectors for the citizens' party, are re?
quested to act promptly and energetically, and
to report to the treasurer on Saturday after?
noon, between the hours of four and five.
Thc following gentlemen have been added to
thoso already published :
Ward No. 5-P. Moran and Somers Harles?
ton.
Ward No. 6-J. C. Campbell and J. T. Kana
paux. L. C. NOWELL,
Treasurer Citizens' Party,
South Atlantic Wharf.
FIVE YEAHS' USE-AND No MISHAP.-Mr. G.
A. Clark, o? Brownville, N. Y., writing under
data of January 12th, 186(5, says : "Mrs. Clark
bas done her family sewing on thc Willcox &
Gibbs' Machine for more than five years. She
bas work in the house done five vears ago.
which has been constantly more or fess in use,
and washed scores of times, but which she ex?
hibits in as good condition as at the hour it
was done. Sho has never had a rip; a needle
broken, or a difficulty or mishap of any kind
during the time."
/antral ?totires.
49*Thc Friends and Arqaaintances of
Mr. aud Mrs. JAKES A. MIDDLETON, of Mrs. FRAN.
eis KNAPP, and of Mr. W. H. GREEN and Family, are
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of Mr.
TAMES A. MIDDLETON, from Roper Hospital, This
Morning, at Ten o'clock. 1* November 9
45?The Relatives ?nd Friends of Air.
ind Mrs. P. M. THORNE, also of Mr. and Mrs. ROB?
ERT HOWARD, JR., are respectfully invited to attend
the Funerjl Services of ELIZABETH BAICAI8E, in?
fant daughter of tho latter, at their residence, No. 7
Henrietta-street, 27iw Day, at Three o'clock P. M.
November 9 1*
S3~ The Relative?, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of the late Dr. NATHANIEL HEY
vVARD GIBBES, and of his brothers, Dr. AUTOUR
3. GIBBES and the late JOHN B. GIBBES, and of their
families, are respectfully invited to attend the Fune?
ral Services of (he formar at St. Puilip's Church, at
Four o'clock TAii Afternoon, * November 9
Si ? Grand Lodge of A. F. KI. of S. C.
The croft are invited to attend thc funeral services
of Brother N. H. GIBBES, i without regalia,) This
AJternoon, at 1 o'clock. R. S. BRUNS,
November 9 1 Grand Secretary.
SST The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of R. W. POPE, are respectfully in?
vited to attend his Funeral Services from the resi?
lience ol his sister's, corner George and St Philip
Btrects, This Afternoon, at half-past Three o 'clock,
November 9 *
Special Mires.
??-CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP FAL?
CON, from Baltimore, ore hereby notified that
she is Tkii Day discharging cargo at Pier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not .den away at sun?
set will remain on wharf at consignees' risk.
MORDECAI & CO., Agents.
November 9 1
HS- MECHAN XS* AND CITIZENS' TICK
?T.
rrn MAYOR,
Hou. H. D. LESESNE,
WARD NO. I.
BBBNARD O'NEILL. | J. D. GEDDINGS.
WARD NO. rx,
JAMES R. PRINGLE. | C. C. TBUMBO.
WARD NO. in.
JOHN KENNY. I ALVA GAGE.
EDWIN BATES.
WARD NO. rv.
JOHN F. O'NEILL. I H. D. WHITE.
DENIM GERDTS. I PATRICK MORAN.
JACOB SMALL.
WARD NO. V.
ARCH'D CAMERON. | JOS. D. AIKEN.
WARD NO. VI.
H. B. OLNEY. I HENRY OETJEN.
WARD NO. VII.
JAMES M. EASON.
WARD NO. VIII.
JOHN H ANCE EL.
November 0 2*
I?T AVERT DANGER.-"OUT OF THE
nettle Danger we pluck the flower Safety," says
Shakespeare. Feeble invalid, do you wish to pluck
this flower ? If so, invigorate your system with HO?
TKTTKR'S STuMACH BITTERS. Strength is your
sifcty. Weaincs-1 is never safe. Acute dhcase
makes short work of the feeble. Re-enforce half-de?
feated nature with tho finest vegetable invigorant in
the world. Not in?.rci> an invigorant, however, but
a gentle laxative, a more potent blood d?purent than
any prescribed iu the p'.iarmaco? oca, aud the best
anti-bilious medicine extant. It is because it com?
bines so many important medicinal properties that
this remarkable vegetable specific produces such ex?
traordinary effects. As a preventive, it forestalls
disease hy endowing the human physique with ex?
tra resistant power; as a curativo, it smstaini thc
strength while removing tbs complaint. Its use SB
a remedy for indigestion is now so general in all
par.e of the Unite 1 sutes, that it may be consistent?
ly enti'led the NATIONAL SPECIFIC FOR DYSPEPSIA.
Its celebrity is not confined to this country, how
over, or even to this coutinent. There is no pori in
the Western Hemisphere t which it ia not consign?
ed; nota State between Pdttagooia and the Arctic
Sea in which "HOSTtTTElt'S BITTERS" is nota
household phrase.
In this month of fogs, when chills and fever and
other malarious disorders are rife, a medicated
stimulant ison article of the first necessity for all
who travel by land or water, or aro in any way expos?
ed to the morbific iufluencei abroad m the atmos?
phere. Of all alchollc tonics the Ul r'lERS are the
purest and moat effie icious-a tact attested by lead?
ing analytical chemisis, and con?nned by aome of
most eminent medical practitioners in tho United
States. 6 November 9
HS- NOIICE.-APPLICATION WILL BE
made at the next meeting of tho Legislature for a re.
newal of the Charter ol'the Charleston bible Society
J. N. ROBSON,
October 20 ml DAC Secretary.
DST BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on the lutercstiug relation of
Bridegroom to Bride in the institution of Marnais
a guide to matrimonial felicity and true happiness.
Sent by mail iu sealed lettcreuvelopes free nf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. 3nios Septembers
?ST BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splcudid Hair Dye is the best m thc world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantaneous; no disappoiutment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill eilects ol bad dyes; invigo?
rates and loaves tbe bair *ort and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and. Perfumers; ard
properly applied at Ilatchclor's Wig Factor}', No
Bouil-ntreet. New York. lyr January 3
THE .HAKIM* (S. C.) STAR OFF KR!?
facilities unsurpassed by any paper in the east?
ern part Of the State to the Merchin ts of Char'.cston
and other localit?s, of extending iheir bnsiucas to
thc Peedee section. Business c.<rda and advertise?
ments inserted ou liberal tenu?, whieb may be learn?
ed bv applying to a?W. J. MoliEUALL, Editor.
October 22 _ri lmo
VESSELS WASTED,
TO LOAD FOR PHILADELPHIA, BAL
TIMORE, New Jfcrk, Boston, Mas?. ,
Charlestown, Moss., Newburyport, Mass.,,
and West ladies. Cargoes ready.
Apply to H. F. BAKER i CO.,
November 7 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
FUR LIVERPOOL.
THE FINE FAST SAILING AMERICAK
^8hip OWEGO. R. I. POST Master.
For Freight Engagement.?, apply to
W. B. SMITH A: CO.,
November 3 Napier's Range.
FOR LIVERPOOL.
THE Al AMERICAN BARK HELEN
SANDS, F. E. OTI?, Master, having a large
part of her cargo on board, and being o
small capacity, will saU with disnatch.
For balance offreght room, apply to
October 29 r-TREET, BROTHERS k CO.
FOR LIVERPOOL.
CHARLESTON AN?uVERPOOL STEAM?
SHIP LINK
THE F?W-CLASS IRON STEAM?
SHIP GOLDEN HORN, H. C. MC?
BEATH, commander, having a large
portion of her cargo engaged and
going onboard, will-meet with dispatch.
For freight ol a few hundred bales Cotton to com- .
plete her loading, apply to
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
Ncvembor 7 0 Boyce k Co.'s Wharf.
FAST FREIGHT LINE TO AK O PROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON
CITY, WILMINGTON, (DEL.) CINCINNATI. (0.>
ST. LOUTS, (MO.) AND OTHER NORTHWESTERN
CITIES.
THE FAVORITE AND SWIFT
Screw Steamship FALCON. JESSIE
D. HOBSEY, Commander, will sail for
Baltimore on Wednesday, the Uth of
November, at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 1, Union
Wharves, making close connections, and delivering'
freight to all points in connection promptly and at
lou rates.
Through Bills Lading given on Cotton to Boston.
Insurance on Cotton, Rice, Domestics and Genera]
Merchandise, by the steamships of this lise, )i per
cent.
The steamship CARROLL will follow on regular
day.
For Freight or passage, apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
November 9 3 Union Wharves.
FOR NEW YORK.
REG ULAR LINE EVERY THURSDA P,
PASSAGE REDUCED TO $13.
-???ra TB& STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
VPS Captain CBOWELL, will lea Vf Vsn
kjjy^derhorst's Wharf, on Thur.day,.
Simm November 12, at - o'clock.
Bil's Lading, accompanied by Tax Receipt? or*
Certificates, must positively bc banded in at our
Office by Six o'clock on Wednesday Evening.
November9 RAVENEL tc CO., \geuU.
NEW YORK AND CHAKI.ES : ON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
FO R NEW YORK.
s?;r**r>* THE SPLENDID SIDE WHEELO
STEAMSHIP CHARLESTON, BEB
-^??l^^M'W^nY- Commander, wll lea^e ?.d
.-Z3?-?3afc-r-fc-. L'IT'H wiiart on Tuesday, the loth
inst, at Three o'clock P. M.
The Steamers of this Line in?ure at three -quarter
per cent.
For Freight or Passage, having sp'.eudid Cabiu ac?
commodations, apply to
JAMES ADGER .v CO.,
Comer Adeer'M Wharf and East Ka? (Up r*ulr?).
JOS* Tho MANHATTAN will follow on Saturday^
li th instant, at Four P. M.
November 9_ 2
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
f-fflmm n THE STEAMSHIP PP.OME
yZttW'LZ THKUS, captain A. B. C-nar, will
?ZffltJ&W leave North Atlantic Wharf Tuet
za?Fs?S??bs!m?day, 10th inst, athalf-pa-t Eleven
A. M.
For freight apply to
JOHN k THEO. GETTY,
November 1 Agents.
TRAVELLERS PASSING THKOUo-H
CHARLESTON EN ROD TE TO FLORIDA, A1.T.E N
-, And other places, should nn' fal
to lay in their supplies of PR'''VIS- -
M??MfC^ IONS, CLARETS. CHAMPANES,
==SsU- CORDIALS, BRANDIE*. WHIS?
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SOUPS, fcc.
Pates of Wild Game and Devilled Ham for Sand?
wiches and Luncheon?.
4S5*Sond for a catalogue.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-'t.-ect,
Between Wentworth and Beaufaln,
Charle3ton, S. C.
Branch of No. 90J Broadway, corner 20th stree tv
New York. Octobcr28
STEAM TO LIVEIIIMOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN.
THE INMAN LINE, SAILING
HEMI-WEEKLY. carrying the U.
S. Mails, consisting of tbe followina
steamers:
CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF BALTIMORE1,
CITY OF WASHINGTON,
CITY OF BOSTON
Sailing every Saturday and every alternate Monday
at 1 P.M., from Pier No. 45 North River, New York..
RATES OF PASSAGE.
BY THE MAIL STEAMEFS 8AILISO EVEKY SATURDAY.
Payable in Gold. | Payable in Currency.
1st Cabin.S100 : Steerage.$8
1st Cabin to London.. 105 Steerage to London... 3
1st Cabin to Paris_115 | Steerage to-Paris.<
Passage by the Monday ste miers-First Cabin 19$:
goldi Steerage $30; payable in U. S. currency.
Rates of o issage from New York to Halifax; Cabin,
$20, Steerage, S10; payable ba gold.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg.
Bremen, ic., .?tmodcrate rate?.
Steerage pastaje from Liverpool and Queenstown;.
: 40 currency. Tickets can be bought here hyper?
?ons seudinu' tor their friends.
For further informaUon apply at the Company*
offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
No. 15 Broadway, New York.
June 4 Gmo
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY'!
THROUGH Ll>u TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RS
D?CED RATES!
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVB
line leave Pier No. 42, North River,
foot of Canal-street New York, a
12 o'clock noon, of the 1st 9th, 16 th
and 24th of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then tho Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and 24th connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 9th of each month connects with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
New Zealand.
Steamship CHINA, leares San Francisco, fo
Chita and Japan. December 3.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance tree.
For Passage Tickets or further information appl?
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf,
foot of Canal-street North River, New York.
March 14_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent
FOR EDISTU,
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE, AND WAY LAND
INGS.
. -JCIC?S THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
^^S?LCaptain JAS G. RUMLEY, wUl receive
Freight This Day, and leave To-Morrow Morning,
at Two o'c.ock, and Edisto Wednesday Morning, at
One o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply on boar' or to
JNO. H.MURRAY, Market Wharf.
4S~Steamer leaves airain on Friday Morning at
Three o'clock, and Edisto Saturdjy Afternoon, at
Two o'clock. 1* November 9
FOR PA LAT KA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, Fi- HNaNDINA, JACH8''NVILL E
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THt KT. JOHN'S
RIVER.
THE STEAM EK CITY POINT
_(UDO tons burthen). Captaiu W. T
MCNELTI, ?111 leave South Atlantic Wharf every
Tuesday Night at 9 o'ebek, and r*ava uah every
Wednesday Afternoon, ai 3 o'clock, lor the above
places.
itctuming, wiU leave Savannah tor Charleston every
Sumiat, Momiig, at 8 o'clock.
All freight iryaLle nu the wharf.
Goods lett ou the wharf afier sunset wiU be stored
at exp? use and ri>k of owners.
J. D. AIKEN k Co., Agents.
Octobers ?oiitb Atlantic Wharf.
(ONE TRIP A IVEEK. 't
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PA 'KEI LINS
VIA BEAU! OR P, HILTON HEAD AN I BLUEFTON
STEAMER PILOT ROY.Capt. W. A Van YT,
STEAMER PAK? IE.Cur. FESS Ftes
" -.ff"""?*, OHE OF THE ABOVE STEAMER*)
igafiSSSp ;, :1V" 1 a evvy Tuesday
Moi ning, at 7 u'cloCk, uuC ^uvauui.b i v> t Thursday
Morning, at 7 O'clock.
For Freight or passage, ar>ply >o
J. HN FERGUSON,
June U9 Accommodation Wharf.

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