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' i yOZ?Z NETTS.
Exhort. "Uiatto n-27 bags
NEW YORK-Per steamship Mu. ' ?vi>,"l 78 tc8
sea Island cotton, 1453 bales nplanu TS?*s "'les
rice, 112 bales yarns and domestics, i<. boa^
papf r, 40 packages sundries, 40 sacks whait '
Per steamship Weybosset-786 bales upland CQ?
The Charleston Cotton, Kite and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NKW3, 1
S AT r ED A. Y EVENING, October 29, ISM. i
CarroN.-The business m this article commenc?
ed with a very firm feeling, the market gradually
hardening with quite an .animated demand, dur?
ing which prices advanced irregularly, but in
manv cases to the c.tent o? a Kc 9 rb; but to?
wards the close the inquiry somewhat slackened.
Sales about soo bales, say l at 13; 22 at 13X; 12 at
14; 12 at 14??'; 40 at 14K; 76 at 14*; 15 at 14J?; 123
at 15; 79 at 15K; 201 at 15?; 32 at 15}?; '.0 at UK;
55 at 15?, ; 6 extra 6taple at 16c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.13X@14>?
Low middling......15 @15X
Strict noddling. .*..V.15X@15K
RICE.-Ihe demand wa3 moderate arni market
easier. Sales 135 tierces of clean Carolina, say
80 tierces at 6 J? cts, and 55 on private terms. We
quote good rice at 6Xc fi rb.
NAVAL STORES.-No sales cf note.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal; via New York, j?'d on uplands,'lKd on sea
islands ; by sall M6d on uplands, &d cn sea
Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and lc on sea
Islands; $? ? tierce on rice; by sail, Kc $ tb oji
cotton;-fl tierce on rice; 40c $ barrel on roam;
$7@8 9 Mon lumber; $9@10 fi M on timber. To
Boston, by eal', K@??c TV rb on upland cotton.
To. Providence, by sail $8 9 M on boards, Kc
ft tb on cotton; by steam $1 *p bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc ? ft
n uplands; by sall, $7 9 M on boards; $9 on
. mbtr; *$3 %ton on clay, and $3@3 60 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, Kc f> lb; by
sail, $6 so?: fi Mon rcards; $3@3 25 f? ton on
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
oar merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. G., Darlen and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
@12 fi M are the rates on lnmber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling eo day bills 20,K@20X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
Bight checks at K@K OIT, and Bell at par.
Markets by Telegrapn.
LONDON, October 29 - Noon.-Consols 92K
- Evening-Consols 92. Securities quiet; sixty
twos 89; stocks quiet. Tallow decUntng at 42s 9d.
LIVERPOOL, October 29-Noon.-Cotton steady;
uplands Md; Orleans 9Kd; Bales l5,ooo bales.
Bed Weatfern wheat 9s 2d.
Eveijiag.--?otton quiet; uplands sxaSjid; Or?
leans 93,(1 ; sales 10,OVO bales; speculation and ex?
port 3000. Breadstuffs quiet. Lard 74s 6d. Beef
Ills. Common rosin 5* ?d.
NEW YORE, October 29.-Noon.-Stocks weak.
Gold UK- Money 5a6. Sterling, long f v; short
9J?- SDrty-twos 12K. Flour quiet, wheat and
corn a shade lirmer. Pork Inactive at $26 75a$26.
Lard dull. Cotton a shade firmer at 14c. Rosin
steady-ra $1 95a $2. Freights firm.
Evenlug.-Cotton firmer; sales 3760 bales; up?
lands Ira Flour unchanged; superfine State and
Western $5 S0a5 50. Wheat la2c lower and quoted
at $l 80ai 34K.- Corn a shade firmer at siaS2Kc
Pork nommai at $25a25 50. Lard dnU; kettle 16a
l6K'c. Groceries steady. Naval stores and freights
firmer. Money Jae. Sterling quiet and steady at
9K19K- Gold UK- Governments quiet and
steudy. Sixty-twos 12X. Southerns neglected.
The events of the week were easing up In borrow?
ing retes of gold, subsequent to the temporary
lockup of currency, with episode of two day's ac?
tivity and slight stringency In the money market,
caused by operators or Canada banks selling gold,
and in one instance or withholding the currency
proceeds thereof m other Canada banks, and their
operators, although they have unsettled values and
caused lower prices In the Gold Room and on
Stock Exchange, have really been only a relief to
monotony. Tho whole street, for some time past,
has had the announcement that the attention of
the district attorney bad been called to Canada
banks and checked their operations. The specu?
lative community ls mixed m regard to future
course or speculation, but chance favors lively
and active limes after the rall elections. The bank
statement is favorable. The assistant treasurer
.to-day disbursed $93,000 on account or November
interest, making a total to date of $3,340,000.
Gold dull with sales at UK; opened at UK, re?
mained steady all day, and closed a shade lower
~ than yesterday. Coupons 13K- Sixty-twos 12K;
sixty-fours UK; sixty-fives UK; uew lox; slxty
seyens 10K; sixty-eights 10K; ten-forties 60X
Tennessees 62; new WK. Virginias 63. Louis?
ianas TO; new ?6; levees 74; eights 89K- Ala?
bamas I00K; lives 70; sixes 86; sevens 90.K- North
Carolinas 47X; new 27K. South CaroUnas 82;
BOSTON, October 29.-Cotton, middlings 170;
sales 460 bales; net receipts 285; coastwise 2080;
total 2365; atock 3000.
BALTIMORE, October 20.-Cotton unchanged;
middling lex; sales 300 bales; net receipts loo ;
coastwise 320; total 420; exports coastwise 129;
BALTIMORE, October 29.-Cotton unchanged.
Flour active and steady. Wheat dull and neglect?
ed. Corn dull; white 60a72. Pork firm at $27.
Bacon firm; stock scarce; shoulders 16c. Whiskey
quiet at 89a90c.
CINCINNATI, October 29.-Flour unchanged.
Corn quiet and weak; new 50a54c; old 63a65c. Pro?
visions dull ; some pork and lard offered, but hard?
ly any bacon; demand, however, very light. Whis?
key advancing; holders ask 85c.
LOUISVILLE, October 29.-Bagging steady: hemp
28X; nax 28Ka*?9>?c. Flour nra; extra ramuy
$4 50; Corn more active; new 83c. Pork fi.-m at
$26. Lard-tierce, 16. Bacon-shoulders 14Xc;
hams 26c. Whiskey Soc.
NORFOLE, October.29.-Cotton, middling 15c;
sales 150 Dales; net receipts 1549; exports coast?
wise 679; Stock 3793.
WILMINGTON, October 29.-Cotton-middlings
M&Oj ?oles S95 bales; net receipts 485; stock 2284.
Turpentine higher. Rosin dull, rar advanced.
AUGUSTA, October 29.-Cotton opened with a
fair demand at 14KO14KC for Liverpool and l4#a
15c ror New York middlings, but closed quiet at
14 KC ror Liverpool and 14XC lor New York mid?
dlings; sales 1024 bales; receipts 1265.
SAVANNAH, October 29.-Cotton, ndddling i5Kc;
sales 600 bales; net receipts 3029; exports to
Great Britain 331 3 ; stock 56,870.
MOBILE, October 29.-Middling 15 valSK; sales
1200 bales; net receipts 2163; exports coastwise
332; Stock 33,402.
GALVESTON, October 29.-Cotton, good ordinary
l3Kai3Jic; sales 150 bales; net receipts 353; ex?
ports coastwise 8; stock 28,337.
NEW ORLEANS, October 29.-Cotton, middling,
iee; sale-* 5800 bales; net receipts 5316; coastwise
650; totr.l 5966; exports coastwise 260; stock 74,554.
Pronr.oe unchanged. Sterling 22K. New York
sight par. Gold 14 <?.
BOSTON, Ot ober 28.-CoFFEE.-r-The movements
In coffee have been quite unimportant, the trade
purchasing only in small lots. We quote sales of
'ava at 2lXa22c, gold, and Rio at I5xal8c $ lb,
gold. In st. Domingo nothing has been doue, and
?rices are nominally SKC ft rb, gold, in bond,
locha ts scarce and prices are nomina].
COTTON.-The cotton market has been consider?
ably excite I for some days, and prices have ad?
vanced materially from the low rates carrent for
some weeks. Manufacturers are purchasing as
wanted, but oar stock of the better grades is so
small ihat transactions have been somewhat
checked. We quote ordinary ac i4al4Kc; good
ordinary KKal7c; low middling 17ai7Kc, and
middling l7Kai8c fl rb, including uplands and
Gulf. For future delivery, large speculative pnr
chi^es have been made, and the tone of the mar?
ket is tinner and better than ror some time past
DOMESTICS -The market Tor cotton goods has
declined, and the price or standards have been re?
duced very generally about lc per yard, and other
cottons at corresponding figures. In woollens
there ls no material change. The demand ls mode
firm bQt <,e3"raWe Eoods are sold up and prices
GUNNY BAGS.-The market ls dull for bags, and
prices are nominally I9a20c, currency.
"t^KNNYKCL0Tn*-Tliree 13 v:-rJ little doing in
cloth, with sales at 28a28Kc per yard for Calcutta
and domestic, but much firmer at the close with
more inquiry. '
?H^Y*"rTilere has teena fair demand for hav
with sales at $l9a30 per ton, as to quality
NAVAL STORES.-mere have been runner small
sales or spirits turpentine at 4da43 per gaTon
Tar ls quiet, anti the sales confined to small iota
. ta roaiu sales of 200 bbls pale at $5 25a6 25 ner
bbl. Ia pitch no sales. *
RICE.-The sales of Carolina have been confined
to small lots at 8Ka9c per pound as to quality.
.Vew York Rice Market.
From the Dally Pulleitn, October 27: The de?
mand is still very light -and the market heavy.
There is no regular price ai present, as sellers
seem Inclined to accept all th-ey can get, and the
market is undergoing the anuual break down up?
on the free arrival of the new crop domestic,
sales of a few tlerees Carolina ac 7Ka8c, as to I
From the Journal of Commerce: The market is 1
SrSn&St prlcC8 are oearly nominal The receipts
filhV^L?1?. a?f moderat? but the demand is so
2tock8 are nVmy accumulating. We
q ?^a8Cw K-uW-onit dull at 6*a7c. 6
-Prom ths World: The demand still verv hVfht
and hayer* have ail the advantage, holders ani*
rently oily wanting a bid to Ban AU^?JS^
Carotina m re jobbed at; T\3C ?F
From ue Dady Bulletin, October 28- Th? mor
Jet is wm ff improvement Bujers.aredec.?."
-. J- ?'-^ - -
edly few and far between;-the B?y>piy continues
to augment, and sei ers generally arc anxious to
realize at once. Sales of a few tierces of Carolina
in a jobbing wav, at 7}?&V?c. Foreign neglected.
From the Journal of Commerce: Rice remaias
dull and prices quite nommai. There is a very
moderate supply of stock here, but the demand ls
far small lots for jobbing use. We quote Carolina
"??afic, and Rangoon at 6.va7c
- the Her?ld: Carolina was dull, heavy and
*The sales were confined to small lots
Fron? i?e of ..'?aSc. Rangoon was duli
rlthln the ra..,,
ut unchanged. -?
- '-?ros Market.
??Se* York Narai Si. ^ ??rJS:
Trom the Jouraal of Comme.. T?f?L??S
pirlts turpentine meets with <*. ve.. . ?
.-Ith prices abput the same. We quote ai qox?
ar merchantable lots, with sales of 40 bbls on e
t the latter price. Rosins are inactive: there a.
io sales reported. We quote strained at $1 95; No. i
at $2 25a 2 50; No. 1 at $2 60a3, $3 25a$4 sa
COLUMBUS, October 27.-The market closed at
ibont the following quotations, with aa upward
:endencv. Until the reception of the 3 P. M. New
i'ork dispatches, the matter had been on the basis
sf 13'ic for middlings in mixed lots. Sales 600
oale^ ordlnarv I2al2h'c: good ordinary 13c; low
middling 13.saisie; middling 14c: strict mid?
dling Vt.^'c: sales or the week 2461 bales-S-iS on
European orders, 930 Northern account, 625 for
Northern spinners, 5S for home consumption.
Week's receipts 3196 bales, against 2746 the pre?
vious one. and 3128 the corresponding week of last
season, shipments 2274 bales-2168 by S. W. R. R.,
48 via Opellka to Charleston, 58 for home con?
WEEKLY ST ATEM EST.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1870. 1,572
Received past week. 3.198
Snippet, past week. 2,274
Shipped previously. 11,177-13,451
Stock on hand Frldav. Oct. 28 . 4.851
On the week the stock ha6 increased 924 bales.
WILMINGTON, October 29.-SriRiTS TERPEN?
TINE.- Market fl> m and advanced lc. Sales of 420
casks at 40c, and 64 at 41c per gallon for Southern
ROSIN.-Market dull and very little doing. Sales
of only 71 bbls reported, at $3 50 for pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Market firm and prices a
shade higher. Sales of 194 bbls at $2 70 for soft,
I and fl 50 for hard.
TAR-Has advanced 25c. and sales of 135 bbls
were effected at *i 70 per bbl. In water.
COTTON.-Market steady and prices unchanged.
Sales of 210 bales as follows: 2 a: 14c: 179 at 15c,
and 32 at 15'oC per lb.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
CHARLOTTE.October 26 -Sales to day 300 bales:
middlings I3}?ai3.'?c Market firm.
COLUMBIA, October 30.-Sales of cAttoi yes?
terday about 30 bales; middlings 14c.
ATLANTA, October 2?.-The market to-diy has
been dull and quiet; middlings 13j?c; low mid?
dling 12\'c; good ordinary 12c; ordinary Ile.
SELMA, October 27.-Sales CSl bales: middlings
!4}ial4?Xc; low middlings 14c; good ordinary j3?-'c
MarL*?t cloding firm at quotations.
MONTGOMERY: October 28.-In good demand;
low middlings 13l4c.
Receipts by Railroad, October ?9.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2127 bales cotton, 35 bales coeds. 356 sacks
flour, 104 bbls nour, I car stock. To Railroad
Agent, and others.
309 bales cotton. 20 bbls naval stores, cars lum?
ber, tobacco, rough rice, corn, mdse, Ac. To G W
Williams A co. Reeder A Davis, G W Witte. Ravc
nel A co. Frost A Adger, W K Ryan, A J salinas.
Graeser A Smith, Mowry A Sou, Cawwell A S<-n,
Brodie A co, W C Bec A co. Claghorn. Herring A
co. Pringle A Son. Shackeiford A Kelly, G Fol in,
w Gurney, W H Welsh, C Kerrison. Jr. A co, E E
Bedford. Goodrich, Wineman A co, B Feldmann A
co, Dowling A co, Wiss A co, H Klatte A co. Holl
mann Bros, J A Quackcnbnsh. E Carson or Order.
E Welling, Stono Phosphate Works, Konapaux A
Gonzales, Wagener A Monsees. Wageuer. Huger
A co. Inaraham A Son. Calllard A Minott, F Ken?
worth, Mantoue A co, R Stephens. Kiusman A
Howell, S D Stoney, Barden A Parker, aud Rail?
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
50 bales cotton, 120 cords wood, 799 tons rough
rice, 120 bbls naval stores, and mdse. To Barden ,
A Parker, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Reeder A Davis,
Wagener A Murda ugh. W C Dee A co, W O Court?
ney A co, W P Dowling A co, Fraser A Dill. Hi p- ;
kins, McPherson A co. J* R Priogle A Son, M Far?
ris, G W Witte, W M Lawton, W Roach A co, E J
Wiss A co, F Fisbburne. T Middleton, M Young, A
Smith, T Young, N Geddis, H Burns, B Feldmann ,
A co, Stonev A Lowndes, Kinsman A Howell, L F
Behling, Gaillard A Mluott, Railroad Agent, P G <
Hasell, and H Bischoff A co.
Per steamship Manhattan. Tor New York-H
K Bliss, J C Duv.s, wife and two children, J Ber?
nie, A F English, wife and cnild, C R Fowler, Mrs
Gephart, Captain A D Long, E Davidson, and C
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-F A Bicai.se,
B L Benson, wife and child, Miss Benson, Miss
Mary E Wise, W M Bird, A L Grabfelter, P Living?
ston, Mrs McLeod. J A Bowie. W A Sledge, n Le?
land, Dr Clifford, Mr Burnham, R Powell, W Cur
rin, W Green, J A Bener, and 8 deck.
Per steamer Pilot Bov, rrom Beaufort, Tactile
Landing, Ac-W M Chis?lm, Miss L Cblsolm, E T
English, lady and child, J Carson, H w Crouch, E
P Crouch, ami 5 deck.
Per steamer Argo, from- Edlsto and Way Land?
ings-J J Mitchell, and J Wright.
MJ.XIXE XE TTS.
CHARLESTON. OCTOBER Ul
Sehr H M Cou?don, Congdon, Port Monmouih.
N J-10 days. Fish guano. To Master, and C H
Sehr Starlight, McIntyre, Booth Bay-12 days.
Fish guano. To Master, and C H Ghd?en.
Sehr Ueorge Washington, rinKhum, Baracoa
7 ila.ys. Fruit. To Paul, Welch & Brandes, and
Bart A Wlrth.
Sehr Elvira, McGrath, Combahee. 2600 bushels
rough rice. To*W c Bee A co.
Sehr Carrie, Whitehouse, Back River. 1900 bush?
els rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Sehr Racer, Wakfer, Ogeechee River, I?OO bush?
els rough rice. To W C See A co.
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Back River. 3300 nush
els rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
Sehr Flag, Nichols, Back River. 2200 bushels
rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckc; A co.
Sehr Ellen, Scarpa, Back River. 2100 bushels
rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
Sehr William A John, Sllvey, Back River. 2100
bushels rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
sehr Charles, Sabistan, Back River. 1725 bush?
els rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill.
66 tierces rice. To Frost A Adger, and W p Dow?
ling A co.
Sehr Louisa, -, Cooper River, nco bushels
rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Steamer James Guy, Foster, New York-left I2th
inst. To Master. Bound to Florida, and bas put
in for a supply of coal.
Sloop Anna Wood, Vincent, Combahee. 1059
bushels rough rice. To C T Lowndes.
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags sea island cot?
ton, 5 bales upland cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat rrom John's Island. 3 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat rrom Christ Church. 1 bag sea island
cotton. -To Stoney A Lowndes.
.Received from West Point Mill. 24 tierces rice.
Tc Reeder A Davis.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-left 27th inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co
W A Courtenay, J D Aiken A co, Southern Ex?
press Company. S C Railroad Agent. N E Rail?
road Anent, G A Barnard, E Bates A co, wm M
Hird A co, H Bischoff A co, W S Bissen, B Boyd,
Bollmann Bros, H F W Bremer, T M Bristoll A co,
E T Brown, M O Bucklev, R Burkett, R Caldwell,
Cameron, Barkley A co, W H Chafee A co, L Cha?
p?n, Claclua A Witte, J C H Claussen, H Cobla A
co, sehr H M Conde, J Commins, P Dorsey, H A
Due, Dowie, Moise A Davis, A W Eckel A co, D F
Fleming A co, L Elias, B Feldmann A co, Fogar?
tys Book Depository. B Foley, Furchgott, Bene?
dict A co, H Gerdts A co, D Goldstein A co, J H
Graver A co, J M Greer, P L Guillemm, A H Hav
den, E B Hey ward, N A Hunt, W Huut, Jeffords A
co, Klinck, Wickenberg A co, Kinsman Bros, T S
Ktng, Kinsman A Howell, H Klatte A co Laurey
A Alexander, G Rooster, A R Lewlth, J H Lopez,
L Lorentz. Macqueen A Rlecke, Mantoue A co, S
R Marshall, J G Min or A co, J H Muller, M H Na
than, B O'Neil), D O'Neill, C FPanknin, L Schnell,
J M Shackeiford, H Steoken A Bro, E i; Stoddard
A co, Steele Bros, S S Solomons, Steffens, Werner
? Ducker, Stol!, Webb A co, J F Taylor A co, J
Thompson, O Telemann A co, A Tobias' Sons, W
Vince, J H V?llers, L Wagner. Wagener A Mon
sees, Walker, Evan3 A Cogswell, J Wulburn, j u
Wilson, W J Yates, M J Zernow, Adams, Damon
A co, J E Adger A co. R Adger, W C Bee A co, E E
Bedfont, W fl Bellows, w J Burnett, C Bart A co,
J V Boesch, G A Bowman. Bollmann Bros, J Bun
kle, J P Brown. J Bolles, J L Bruns, T M Cater, L
Coheu. Chapeau A Heffron, Forsythe, Mccomb A
co. Gibbs A co, G A Glover, Hart A co. U Hahn, C
H Johnson, Holmes A Calder, Johnston, Crews A
co. C Kerrison, J H Lawton, McLoy A Rice, Col S
P Miller, W Maithies6en, W A ulehrtens, J R Read
A co, R j'homllnson, Paul, Welch A Brandes, W
Shephero, P Reilly, J Russell, M Stuart, II Sten
der, A L Tyler, Mrs C C Walker, G W Williams A
co. and J Wirth.
Argentine bark Lola, Merrill, Montevideo-sail?
ed August 28. Scrap iron. To the Master. Bound
I to Lewes, Del. for orders. On the 20th October
lat 32.30, lon 71, experienced a heavy gale from
southwest, and changing to southeast, east, and
terminating In a hurricane at north. During the
b ow had most of the canvas torn away from the
belt ropes, carried away head or mizzenmast
main yard, started cutwater, and sustained other
damage. Has put in for repairs.
Sehr Harry 0 Sheppard, Clark, Wilmington Del
-4 days. Guano. To the Master, and Claghorn
Herring A co.
Scar Mary A Eliza, Cr o we li. Baltimore-5 days
Machinery, Ac To J A Enslow A co, Atlantic
Phosphate Company, Railroad Agent, and Order.
Steamer Dictator.' McMillan. Palatka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 49 bales cot?
ton, 20 bbls apples, 8 cases mdse, ?S.car wheels, 7
bales mos9,1 lot rrult. To J D Aiken A co. Reeder
fc Davis. G W Witte, 6 H Ingraham A Son, Fraser
A Dill, H Kiatte A co, J Levinsohn, J A Enslow &
co, Paul. Welch A Brande?, PiueSney Er-;s, Rall
road Agent, j F TajM1: ? co, W P Dowling A co.
Kinsman A Howell, S A Hunt, J Co2IDln2. and
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Beaufort. Pacific
Landing, 17 bales sea island cotton, mdse. Ac.
To J D Aiken A co, R Roper, P Paine, Hopkins,
McPherson A co. Stoney A Lowndes, W Gurnev,
H Gerdts A co. and W M Bird A co.
Steamer Argo, Klssam, Edlsto and Wav Land?
ings. 56 bales upland and SO bags sea island cot
ion, mdse. Ac. To D Nisbet, Gaillard & Minott, W
A. Boyle, Stoney A Lowndes, G W Witte, H F Ba?
rer A co. J Colcock A co, W C Bee A co, FraseT A
' AMcLeisb, H Kiatte A co, J C H Claussen, Dr
di, T jp -^"'or <fc co. Clacius A Witte, M Me?
ckel, - ! f)t f'
qr ty. aou?*?exv -,Der River. 1250 bushels
Sloop Ellery from Co*. co ana j A QUac*
ough rice. To Rayeuel s Pl nuu . * .-cn.
'?Boit from James Island. 1 bag sea |S3- nJ cot.
or,. To W A Boyle. . .
Boat from Goosecreek. 3 bales npian(i cotton.
To W A Boyle.
CLEARED SATURDAY. "
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
Is mes Adger A co.
Steamship Weybosset, Bnlger, New ?ork-oas
AJger & co. . r . 1 i ?
Sehr B F Lowell, Leavltt, Chisolm s Isiand-J A
Enslow A co. _ ,
Sehr Ruth Baker, Loring, Wilmington, Pel. via
Fernandina-J A Enslow A co.
Steamship Weybosset, Bnlger, New York.
Brig Mariposa, Nevins, Weymouth. Masa
Brig Concord, Kelly. Baltimore.
sehr S W Smith, Tooker, Nsw York.
Sehr Jennie Rosalie, Tooker, New York.
Sehr Ralph Carleton, Curtis. Baltimore.
Sehr Oliver Jameson. Jameson, Baltimore.
Sehr S T Baker, Davis, Wilmington, De!.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston. Berry, New York,
SteamshipClyde, Hunter. New York, October^
Sehr Sidney C Tyler, Barrett, Wilmington, N C,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Bri? R M Heslln, Jones, at Boston, October 26.
Sehr L Warren, Roberts, at Baltimore, Octo
besci-r E A Hooper, Hooper, at Baltimore, Octo-^
ber 26. .*
DISASTERS AT SEA-In addition to the numer?
ous disasters caused by the late terrible gale the
Jacksonville (Fla) Union, of October 29?1. reports
the ?ess of the brig Moreno, Captain Phillips, of
St John's. NB, from Havana for Sidney, Cape Bre?
ton, and was totally wrecked at Jupiter Inlet.
The mate, James Horton, had arrived at Jackson?
ville for assistance, the hull being tight and the
sails and rigging had been saved. On the ?th in?
stant, the behr J P Collins, of Fall River, in bo -
last, from Havana for Fall River, sprung aleak
Hbout fifteen miles north of Jupiter Inlet, and was
run ashore. One o? the crew, James Murphy, of
Fall River, was drowned. Captain Collins and
the remainder of the crew had arrived at Juck
30VF?-!EI. LOST.-The Savannah Advertiser of Fri?
day October 2S, has the following: There ia every
reason to bci.'evc that thc sunken schooner fallen
n ?v.?h ? Fr dav, n?* instant, by pilot boat Neca,
Inwitho.' in^y? captain Perry, bound from
was the?ompisW- ' witn. ?,carf9 Q[ rlce,
Sauna River for Charit^.,; "m an,| Uas not
ss abe left on Thursday. 1- -;on^L had ar
been heard from ?ince. The Com,,. ^^fL
rived at this point but ft lew days previous td we
disaster, to engage In the coasting trade, and lt is
supposed that the captaiu and crew haye oil been
lost; no tidings of them having reached land.
DISASTERS.-The Key West Dispatch Extra, of
thc 23d, publishes the following disasters along
the Florida cons'.: . . ,
Bark Wm Brown, on Dog Rocks: all hands saved
bat one man. Frank Nelson.
Brig J N Widowed, Leckie, from Boston for Mo?
bile, struck on the Bahamas, lout malutopmast,
Sehr Itspid landed captain, crew and passen?
gers of Spanish bark Tomas de Resa, from New
Orieaus for Barcelona.
Sehr Glengary; Yates, from Sa; Yenda for New
York, bilged and snnk.
British ship Alexander, 37?3 boxes sugar, seven
meu. including captain and two uincers lost;
mate, steward and two men saved.
Ship Wm Rathhoue, Doane. New York to New
Orleans, went ashore nth on beach above Jupiter
Inlet; Captain Doane badly injured.
Sehr Explorer ashore high and dry on Sal
Sehr Lavinia, of Key West, ashore on Balda
British ship Sapphire, rrom Liverpool for Ha
rana and New Orleans, ashore nesr Elliott's Key.
American brig (name unknown) bound to Gal?
veston, ashore near British ship Sapphire.
British ship Trinidad, cargo or sugar, ashore at
American sehr E Richardson, bound to Rich?
mond, Va. put luto Tortugas Harbor leaking,
where she sunk with sixty-nine cannon on bourd,
Steamship Ariadne arrived 13th, seports a Bri?
tish hcrm brig ashore sixteen miles south of Ju?
piter: also a three-masted schooner twenty-six
miles north Cape Florida.
Bark Harrison Gregory, from Rocklnnd, Me, ror
New Orleans, ran ashore on Florida Reer, duriDg
a heavy gale, and bilged; lost three men over?
Steamer Virginia reports Wm McCabe, fireman,
Jumped overboard on the 12th, and was drowned.
Brig Addle Hale, Shepherd, in a dismantled con?
dition, was picked up in Gull and towed to Key
West; during gale leaked badly, having had at
one time four reet water In hold.
Thc following vessels were driven ashore In port
or Key West by gale or 20th: Brig Aglla Eastman:
brig ?rlstook. rrom New York to Key West and
Pensacola; sehr Argus Eye, rrom Philadelphia,
with load ror ? S Navy, lost mainmast ami ashore:
sehr John Randolph also ashore with cargo cocoa
jy^ONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!!
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO.. New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced bvall the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their ovfn supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which thevare con?
structed brings the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, Droduclng a clear and
distinct vision, as in thc natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering ami wavering or sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others in use.
They are mounted In the finest manner, In
rraracs or the best quality, or all materials used
for that purpose. Tneir finish and durability can?
not be surpassed.
CAPTION.-None genuine unless bearing ihelr
trade mark stamped en every frame.
No. 307 King street.
oct31-mwslyr_Charleston. S. c.
SATIN GLOSS STARCH
In Six Pound Boxes .ind One Pound Papers.
Gives a Beautiful, WHITE nra GLOSSY FINISH,
besides render? rr.1..ric* very durable.
2Vo other Starch MO easily UM d. or so
TJ?e it 0110?, ami
You will UKO no t>tlii?r.
Made with great care, & ::i ;:,<. choicest WhJtcC m.
IVE AIZE ixr.A.
A choice preparation cf thc finest portions cf Starch,
fron; carefully ?.el-.^:cd ?rbite Southern Cern.
UNEQUALLED AS A>: ARTICLE OF FOOD,
C'R A$ A SeUCACV,
Ky any .-.ther Pi cpr ration h'.-n C< m.
.\onc 01 thc above C.00?? genuine wiih
ont Durycn?' on every package.
t?&~ Persons unable to procure our poods from their
?Xr GDOC.R'TON adtir"s*? 'Manufacturers,
40 and 51 Park pi?cei New Yo? Q ^ ^ ^
to those m their vicinity who will supply then.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retah, by
Dr. H. BAER,
OOM NP. m Meeting street.
THREE HUNDRED BALES WANTED.
The first-class Ship WM. H. MOODY,
Hilton. Master, wantB 300 bale3 Cotton
to complete cargo.
For engagements apply to
J. A. ENSLOW A .CO.;
Oe: 2$ _No. 141 Fast Cay.
TheAl British Bark RANGER. Doty, Mas- A?
ter.having the greater part of tier cargo en-VOT?
gaged,will be promptly loaded for thc above port.
For balance of Freight, applv to
B. S. RHETT A SON.
octl!-mwf6 No. 32 East,Bav.
Theurst-ciass Bark ADELAIDE N.ORRls,
Reed, Master, having a large portion of her]_
cargo engaged, will sad with dispatch for above
por.. For freight engagements, apply to
oct24-mwf J. A. ENSLOW A CO.. Agents.
.pOR LIVERPOOL-FIRST VESSEL.
THREE HUNDRED BALES TO FILL UP.
The Al British Bark SISTERS, Nairn, Mas- ^k*
ter, having two-thirds of her cargo engaged SB?,
and going on board, will take the above nuanttty
of Cotton, and sail with dispatch,
For freight engagements, apply to
OCt25 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
The small Ai American Larqne SHARPS
BURG, Rogers, Master, having three-fourths?_
of her cargo engaged, will be dispatched for the
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS A CO.,
No. "4 East Hay, or
octlS BAGGETT A CO., Atlantic Wharf.
The American Ship TRANQUELAR, Cap- ?
rain HawardMs now loading, and will beJJSI
promptly dispatched for the above port.
For freight engagements, apply to
C. N. HUBERT,
,-pctlS-12 No. IS East Bay.
mHROUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
PRO.il BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The lire Steamship "FALCON, "^fjag*
Hayuie. Commander, will sail (or?^?J????
Baltimore on TCKSDAT, 1st November, ar R
o'clock M.. making connection wi'hthe Bremen
steamer "Ohio," ro leave the Otb.
aar Philuae.pnia Freights for warde 1 rna:
city by railroad from Baltimore witnout addi
tioual tusurance, ?ind consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
oct29-l_No. 2 Union Wharves.
J3ACLFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
TERO UGH LIKE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPA2?,
Steamers of the above Une ?eave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal;
street, NPW York, at 12 o'clock noou, of the ito
and 20th of every month ?except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
Departure of the 20th connect at Panama wita
steamers for South racine and Central American
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China October 1, 1870.
No California steamers tor.eh at Havana, bat
go direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S ?ICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
york. jF. R. BABY, Agent.
Julyie-lyr ? _
JpOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
PILATKA AND POINTS ON TUE
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer ELIZA HANCOX,Cap- _
tam L. W. Burns,will receive Freight??_
for the above points, at Sourh Atlautiu ?nun,
TO-MORROW. the 1st instant, and leave on
WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 2d instant, at 7
Conuectlng at Savannah with Florida steamers.
Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
points in Florida at as low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply to
RAVENEL A HOLMES,
0ct31-2 No. 177 East Bay.
TIMETABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO,"
FOR NOVEMBER, 1870.
FOR EDISTO. ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE, Ac,
ON TUESDAYS-EDI8TO, ENTERPRISE, Ac,
ON FRIDAYS-INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The Steamer "ARGO" will re- r . a-IT^a.
celvu Freight, as above, at South Ai-?&???SBk
lantic Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and
leave as follows:
CHARLESTON, I EDISTO.
Tuesday, 1st, 1 P. M Wednesday, 2d, ll A M
Friday, 4th, 2PM Saturday, 6th. 1PM
Tuesday, stn, 6AM Wednesday, 9th, 2>, A M
Friday, 11th, 8AM Saturday, 12th, 6AM
Tuesday, 15th, ll A M:Wednesday,16ih,9>i AM
Fridav, i8ih, 2 P MlSatnrday, lBih, 12 M
Tuesday, 22d, G A M Wednesday, ced, 2H P M
Friday, 25th, 8* A MlSaturday. 2t?th. 7AM
Tuesday, 29th, UH A M|Wednesday, 30th, 9 A M
Freight received untlione hour before leaving,
but none after sunset.
DOUGLAS NISBET. Agent,
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-Freight ana wharfage payable on the
JlREIGHT AND PASSAGE REDUCED.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON LINE
FOUR TIMES A WEEK TO AND FROM
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston Tor ? af*?,
Savannah every MONDAY, at 8 A. M JEaSSBSm
DICTATOR leaves Charleston for Savauuan
every TUESDAY, at 5 P. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for Savannah
every THURSDAY, at 8 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Charleston for Savannah
every FRIDAY, at 8 A. M.
riLOT BOY leaves Savanah for Charleston
every TUESDAY, at 7 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Savannah for Cha--estou
every WEDNESDAY, at S A. M.
PILOT BUY leaves Savannah for Charleston
every FRIDAY, at 7 A. M.
DICTATOR leaves Savannah .'or Charleston
every SUNDAY, at. 8 A. M.
The PILOT BOY will stop at Pacific Landing.
Beaufort and the usual Landings on the inf Lie
route both ways, and go through by daylight.
Freight received at central Wharf every day
and stored free of expense.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
oct28 Central Wharf.
OR F LOR IDA
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain . -r-JT^k.
George E. McMillan, will sall from<?^3????L
Central Wharr for above points every TUESDAY
Ev EN INO. at 8 o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SCNDAIC AFTERNOON, at fi o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Cantatn 1). B. Vin?
cent, wm sail from Central Wharf for above point?
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charie0;ou wsdNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 5
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, Including
meals and berth, S3.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents.
octlO_ No. 5 Central Wharf.
"WEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
.HEAD, SAVANNAH, DAR1EN AND
The favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BURNS,
W?1 receive Freight- at South Atlan- - . ?JT^N.
tlc wharf for above points every?aSB?
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Darlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
UUVENEL A HOLMES.
eeple r No. ITT East Bay,
OE S E IF T O K ? .
ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3D, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steam?
ship SOOTH CAROLINA will sall for j>ew iork
on THURSDAY, November 3d, at 4 o'clock, P. M.,
from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves, connecting with
Day Passenger Trams from Columbia and Au?
gusta, arriving at haif-pa.?t 3 P. M.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line >? per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very One state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. r. . ^T**)*
C. White, will receive Freight at^Sp*
Commercial Wharf, every SATTTBDAT and WED?
NESDAY, and leave each port as follows :
Charleston, SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT at
Georgetown, TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING at
On SATURDAY River Freight will be received for
Kelthfleld and Weymouth Mills, and on WEDNES?
DAY Tor Brookgree'u and Waverly Mills.
For engagements, apply to
SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
octSS-lmf Boyce's Wharf.
"YyiLLTAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
nave on hand a large and handsome stock ol
SILVER . WARE,
PLATED - WARE,
AND FANCY GOODS,
And are now receiving their FALL STOCK, which
has been recently selected from the best manu?
Their stock of goods, of illrect importation,
FINE CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS,
CUT OLA-.S DECANTERS,
ls complete, which?they offer at reduced prices,
in accordance with the low price of Gold.
Visitors to the city are requested to call and In?
spect their stock.
No. ??5 KING STREET,
WM. G. WHILDEN. STEPHEN THOMAS, JR..
OC131 WM. S. L ANN EAU.
"piDER GOVERNOR CUT-OFF ENGINES
HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL AND INCLINED.
Embracing, without complication, all the per?
fections attained iu the most complex ENGINES,
the smallest sizes having all the excellence of the
larger ones, a feature not possible in any other
construction of high class expansion Engines.
The greatest attainable economy and perfect
regulation, by the most simple and durable mech?
anism. A large number now in operation.
Pamphlets and price hst on application.
DELAMATER IKON WORKS,
Foot of West Thirteenth street, New York.
J?ACON'S TRUNK ENGINES!
FOR ALL PURPOSES. COMPACT, DURABLE
BACO.VS STEAM AND BELT
For Manufacturers, Stores, Docks, ShiDs, Ac.
Price list on application.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of West Thirteenth street, New York.
"gRICSSON'S CALORIC ENGINE.
SAFE, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE.
USES NO WATER, REQUIRES NO ENGINEER.
Having made arrangements for manufacturing
this ENGINE on an extensive scale, we are now
prepared to furnish to all desiring a light power,
the best and most economical Engine ever offered
to the public.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of Weet Thirteenth street, New York.
Branch 0fflce-JA8. A. ROBINSON,
auglQ-ws3moB* No. 130 Broadway.
E W JP I L L ? > D W I S T E B : ft 0 WD&i*^
JT/ST OPENED AT ' < .- rt?? i?> 7>-lis .
S T O IL, Jj , "W EBB ?fc ?CO . ,
We beg to inform the ladles ol Charleston that we have opened a large WHOLESALE STOJQE.
?,o. 289 KING STREET, tor tne convenience ol those filling Country Orders, Where ?hey'cang?t all
et/???? of Goods by the piece, at Jobbing rates,-as low as at any. house ni ue^clty. -
w?? have also arrangeo our RETAIL STORE with special care tor adding teethe comfort and
convenience of the ladles and all who purchase -
We * re determined to sell all styles Of Goods at a very aman au vance on cost, and tope .tua t
our friends and all consumers ol the useful, as well es ornamental Goodsjln our line, W?V give?
ns a call before purchasing elsewhere.
We have Just made very large additions to oar Stocks in btft? Stores.. We. beg to^cau sp?cial
attention to a few leading styl?s: '
DRESS GOODS PROM AUCTION-CHEAF,
A lotiof FALL POPLINS, 25 cents >..:'>. SH* :
All shades in Plain Colored Alpacas, at 25 cents, worth 40 cents-cheap
Large lot or Delalns, a good assortment of Poplins, Plain and Plaid, from 35 so'43 cents
All shades Klsrured Ottoman Cloths, at 83 cents. These are choice Goods, . Ateo,- tne~4-*Ottoman
Cloths-in all shades * "' '.,"?. .
Large assortment of Empress Cloths, ranging in price from 65 to 90 cents and ?1. R ; .-. to?jste r
Also, a CHEAP LOT OF FLANNELS, Lon gel ot us, Sheetings, Brown and Bleached Shirtings, Ac, *fli '
Together with every other article to be found in a DRY GOODS HO?SE,^ which we wfffseir i^jr
tor cash, or city acceptance, at . . T.'
seP26 S T O LL, WEBB. <& C O.
URE OSWEGO STARCH.
T. KINGSFORD & SON, MANUFACTURERS.? mei
THIS STAROH has established greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and having re?
cently doubled the capacity of their w,orks, they will now be able to meet the demand: Their works',
are the largest or the kind ta the world, the production being ov?r twenty tons each day.
The great desideratum ta thc Starch, and that which ie exceedingly difficult to secure, ls uniform
good quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED BY THE^CONSUMER; and every
Grocer is aware of the annoyance caused by even a slight variation ta the quality. None below ta?
standard is ever allowed to go out of the factory', and not a box has eyer been returned to them af
defective. IT WILL KEEP PERFECTLY SWEET FOR YEARS IN ANY CLIMATE, . r
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged in the manufacture of Starch for THIRTY-NINE YEARS, and ?
ls the Inventor of the process of making CORN STARCH. - > /
The subscribers are sole Agents for Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCH, and are prepared to.
furnish the wholesale'and retail trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES. " '7 van vit
octl2-2moB HENRY GERDTS & CO., Agents. "
UNS? S..PATENT COTTON TIE
. ???*r '.- vf ?. . .
Invented and Patented by a Virginian..
This TIE combines the advantages of great strength, simplicity and ease ta manipulation; and
thodiftlculty of taking up the entire slack of the Band ta the operation or pressing and compressing
ls entirely obviated.
From those who have used them we have assurances that they are preferred to any Tie pre
Being Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of this adnrrrab> Tie in South Carolina, we have an
ample stock on hand from which we can fill orders from Planters or the Trade at the lowest market
rates. . ?
W . C. BEE &. CO..
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLIN AADGER'SWHARF.
octl2-wmflmo ? ' -
Tra?na leave Charleston dally at 9.30 A. M..
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.36 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston T.S0 A. M., (Mondays ex?
cepted,) and S P. M.
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M.. maltes through con?
nection to Kew Torc via Richmond and Aqnla
creek only-going through In 42 hours, and with?
out detention on Sunday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M., have choice of rente
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Passenger? leaving
Friday by tuts train lay over on Sunday In Balti?
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
in Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other point?
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains or
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St, Augustine, and all
points In Florida.
Witn Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, N-w Orleans and the West.
wini Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this Une on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Sc re ven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
P ft 1 fl i K il A C ?
Tariff aa low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent,
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTE Or FICE, 1
CHARLESTON. !?.. C. leuy ll, 1870. J
On and after Sunday. Mav .oth, the Passenge:
Trains upon *nc Soutn -.'&:ouna Railroad will rut
Leave Charleston.-.8.30 A. M,
Arrive a: Augusta.4.26 P. jd.
Leave Charleston.S-SO A. M
Arrive at Columbia.-4.10 P. M
Leave AnguBta.8-90 A. M.
Leave Columbia.".?15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.30 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS. .
Leave Charleston.8.30 P. M.
Leave Augusta .e.oo P. M.
AT: ve at Augusta.7.06 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.40 A. IL
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.T.JO P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.60 P. M.
Arrive at columbia.e.oo A. la.
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A. M.
Leave Charleston.6.20 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.6.40 P. M
Leave Summerville..".io A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.26 A. II.
Camden and Columbia Paasenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.8.86 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.J.LOOP. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.40 P. M.
H T PEAfflBe
mavis General Superintendent.
_ -:' ffliscellaneotis.
'WELD" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
arc inc best m ose.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All kinds ol
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silk, OU, Soap, Ac, Ac. ?
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples or
work sent on application.
"D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer In First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 King stree;, ?
angil_Charleston. S. Z. ?
PEVBB AND AGUE CUBE.
A certain cure for CHILLS AND FEVER-a gen?
uine Southern preparation, purely vegetable; a
tonic and fever preventive, highly recommended,
and stands unequalled by any preparation now
orrcred. To persons residing in unhealthy sec?
tions it ls invaluable.
For sale by all Druggists, and bv ?*
G. J. LUUS, Agent, *
Druggist, southeast corner Klug and John ste.,
iuni8-?mosD?c Charleston, S. C.
?lactiinerTj, Castings? &t.
EETING STREET FOUNDRY
TH18 ESTABLISHMENT 18 NOW FCRNISHING THU TM'
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mille,.
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, of all
Horse-Powers and Gm Gearing, from 6 tb 16 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,.
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of ah descriptions made
te order. .
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Cover?,
Sash weights, Ac, Ac
WILLIAM S. HENBREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER^
NO. 314- MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S 5.