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THE TRAVELLER’S GUIDE.
routes from charleston.
From Charleston to New York, Leaving
daily at o’clock p. m. By Steamer to
Wilmington, 180 miles ; by Railroad to Wel
don 162 miles; to Petersburg, 63; to Rich
mond . 22; to Acquia Creek,7o; by Steamer to
Washington, 55; by Railroad to Baltimore,
40: to Philadelphia, 92; to New York, 87.
Total distance, 771 miles. Time 60 hours.
1 Ids route may be varied by taking the
pleasant, and expeditious line from Weldon to
Baltimore, via the Chesapeake Bay. Ex
pense the same.
From Charleston to New Orleans, lwo
Routes daily—the one via Savannah and the
other via Aughsta. By either the distance
i< about 1000 miles, and the expense about
$35.00, The Savannah route is the most ex
peditious. it runs via Macon, Griffin, West
Point. Montgomery and Mobile.
The following Through Tickets can be
boiHit at Charleston for daily routes,
To Nashville, Tenn., - - - S2O 00
Holly Springs and Columbus,’ Miss.. 28 00
Tuscumbia,Decatur and Huntsville, A1a.22 00
Clinton, Eutaw, Marion and Gainesville,
Ala.,. - - - - 31 50
Jaekson, Miss., - ‘ 35 00
Vicksburg, Miss,, * - - 36 00
Macon, Geo.j • 9^oo
mj E W AIVD ATTR AC T I V E
Ja ROUTE TO THE NORTHERN
CITIES, Via Seaboard and Roanoke
Railroad and Bay line—By which Travel
lers avoid the inconvenient changes at
Petersburg, Richmond. Aquia Creek and
Washington,and arrive at Baltimore four
hours in advance of any other route.
The travelling public can rest assured that
a passenger train of cars, possessing superi
or accommodations, will positively leave
Weldon immediately after the arrival ot
the Wilmington cars, for Portsmouth , (Va.)
from thence they will be conveyed to Balti
more, up the Chesapeake Bay, onboard the
Baltimore steam packet Company’s line of
steamers—which, for comfort, speed ami
pleasure, cannot be surpassed by any pub
lic conveyance in the Union.
Passengers disposed to visit Northern
uties, by this attractive and comfortable
route, are respectfully informed that
i nrough Pickets, from Char’eston to New
York, are now issued at TWENTY DOL
LARS, via Wilmington, (N. C.) Weldon,
1 ortsmouth, (Va.) Baltimore, and Phila
delphia to New; York.
for further information inquire for the
Agent ot the Portsmouth route, on the
Wilmington steam packet wharf, at
Charleston, who will attend to the receiving
and checking of baggage through to Balti
more, which leaves Charleston in charge of
a special agent Jan 3
Charleston Steam Pack-
The Steamships MARION, Captain M*
Berry, and SOUTHERNER,Captain John
Dickinson, will leave Charleston and New-
York every Saturday Afternoon.
l'or Freight or Passage, having splendid
state-room accommodations, only two berths
in one room, apply at, the office of the
Agent. HENRY MISSROON,
Lor. E. Bay and Adger’s South Wharf.
L dim Passage, (State-Rooms,) $25
„ l-to (Open Berths,) 20
steerage Passage, 8
SPOFFORD, TILESTON & CO.
. *^ an New-York.
CHI ARLESTOV HOTEL, By I) Mix
, er - t his establishment has been en
nrely remodelled and refitted in the most ele
?ant manner. Jan 3
Pavilion hotel, By h. l. But
terlield, Formerly of the Charleston
tlo[e k_ _J an 3-
IJNITEI) STATES HOTEL,
thT Tango. , Augusta, Ga. This House is
_ centre ot business. Jan 3
I%JASR S HOTEL, Reuben Nash, Pro
f . P n etor , Clarksville, Ga.
p-XfT Lonveya-nces to the Falls and Na-
Jin 3 6 urnis^ at the shortest notice.
|>LANTER’S~H O TEL , By Mr7.
Je > East Side Public Square,
-uadison, Ga. Jan jl_
\I T ashington house ,by Rogers
s p „* , Meara, corner Mulberry and
t a S '’‘ V a . coll ’Ga. Officeol the Talla
uassee_Stage Line. ______ _ Jan 3
¥HO USE,-Lanier& Sons,Pro
i rietors. Mulberry street, Macon, Ga.
AJADSBY’B HOTEL, Corner Pennsyl-
RaiJrenH n n a Avenu e and Third-st., Near
Jan 3 DePO ’ Washin Ston, D. C,
GENERAL ADVERTISING SHEET.
WILLARD’S HOTEL, E. D. tWil
lard, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner
ot 14th street, Washington, D.C. Jan 3
TAXATIONAL HOTEL, F. Black, Pro
lei prietor. Pennsylvania Avenue, cor
ner of 6th street, Washington, D.C.
HOWARD HOTEL, Clark & Bailey
Proprietors, corner of Broadway ana
Maiden Lane, New York. Jan 3
WASHINGTON HOTEL, A F.
Glass, Proprietor, Chesnut street,
above Seventh, Philadelphia- Jan 3
FI A NO-FORTES AND MUSIC.
The.subscriber has ou hand, and is
constantly receiving large supplies of Piano-
Fortes from the celebrated manufacturers.
Bacon &Fave, Dubois & Seabury, and
A. H, Gale & Cos., New-York; and Hal.
let, Davis & Cos., Boston, —all warranted to
be of the first quality.
Melodeons of every style and finish made
by George Prince & Cos., Buffalo,—the best
Guitars, Violins, Violineellos, Flutes,
Clarionets, complete sets of Military Band
Instruments, of the best French and Italian
Also, the largest assortment of Music in
the Southern States
The above articles are all offered forsale at
the lowestcash prices, by
Piano-Forte, Book and Music Store,
234 and 236 King-st., (at the bend.)
JF. CHURCH, PLUMBEr7~2O
© Broad-st., Charleston. S. C. Lead,
Copper and Brass Lifting Force Pumps,
Water Closets,Hot,Cold and Shower Baths,
Garden Engines, Cooking Ranges, Lead,
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Block Tin, etc., etc.
Every description of Lead work and Hy
draulics furnished and fixed on the most ap
proved principles. Orders from the country
promptly attended to. The very best city
references in regard to quality and durability
of work. Jan 3 ly
PE LOT’S COMMERCI AT
SCHOOL, No. 167 King-st., nearly
opposite the Charleston Hotel.
Wm. M. Pelot will attend exclusively to
the Book-Keeping Department, and having
completed a number of Gentlemen in twelve
lessons, offers his abbreviated plan ofinstruc
tion to patrons, which lie guarantees will
prepare them tor any branch of business.
Penmanship and Mercantile Arithmetic
will be taught by J. A. Pelot.
The School will be opened on Monday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from
4toso’clock, p.M., and.from 7 to 9 r. m.
Private instructions will be given in any of
the above branches during the day at the
School, or at private residences.
Merchant’s Books balanced or opened,
and written up in the best style, either at the
School, or at their Counting Houses.
Visiting Cards, Wedding and Party Invi
tations, and Ornamental writing, executed
at the shortest notice.
The morning School for hoys, under the
direction of J. A. Pelot, offers advantages,
to the consideration of which the attention
of patents and guardians Is invited.
C CABINET WARE-ROOMS, Daniel
J H. Siicox, 224 King-st., (in the bend,)
Ciiarleston, Keeps constantly on hand, a
large and elegant assortment of New and
Fashionable Furniture, (Antique and Mod
ern styles,) in Mahogany, Rosewood and
Black Walnut, comprising Bedsteads,
Book Cases, Buffets, Bureaus, Cabinets,
Centre Tables, Chairs, Couches, Divans,
Fautueils, Hall Tables. Hat Racks, Loun
ges, Ottomans, Pier Tables, Secretaries,
Sideboards, Sofas, Sofa Tables, Wardrobes,
Wash Stands, WliatNots, Work Tables,
and every other article in use.
*** Orders from the country will receive
prompt attention, dun3
Transparent win and o w
shades, Paper Hangings and Up
holstering ,86 Meeting street, corner of Cum
berland. „ .
The subscriber would respectfully invite
those who are in want of the above articles
to call and examine his extensive stock ot
Shades and Paper Hangings of the latest
styles, having been selected with great care,
containing almost every article in his line,and
will be supplied weekly by thesteamers with
the new patterns. Also, always on hand,
Venetian Blinds, Cane Blinds, Oil Cloth,
Matrasses, Cushions, Cots, Fire Serenes, etc.
All kinds of Upholstery, and the business
attended to in all its various branches.
Matrasses made to order, ol Cotton, Moss,
Wool and Hair, or renewed; Church and
other Cushions made up. Sofas,Chairs, etc.,
re.stuffed and re-covered ; Oil Cloth and
Matting laid ; Carpets cut and made at the
lowest rates; Venetian Blinds re-tnmmed
and painted. • , ,
Paper Hanging done by experienced work
men. H. W. KINSMAN.
TO PLANTERS. Direct Importation
ol Dry Goods. Wm. Howland, Di
rect Importer. 244. Bend of King street.
Charleston, would call the attention of
Planters, Facters and Families visiting the
city for their supplies, to his English Kerseys
and Plains, Duffils, Macinaws and VVhitney
Bed Blankets, ot all weights and sizes, some
of the latter 2% yards wide, imported direct
in the J. C. Calhoun, from Liverpool, and
Always on hand, every description of
Goods, of Southern make, of3o and 4-4
Browns, Brown Cotton Drills and Jeans,
Osnaburgs, Kersey, and all other Goods for
plantation wear, made South.
In House-Keeping articles, his assortment
is always kept full and complete.
His Dress Goods, for variety and extent,
will be found equal to any store in the
Southern country; and in Dress Silks, of
all descriptions, figured and plain, black and
coloured, both in variety, extent and latest
styles, superior to any establishment in the
Particular attention paid to Mourning and
Halt Mourning Goods; his assortment of
them always complete, His.facilities in pro
curing. enables him to compete with the low
est market, prices. .lan3 2m
CARPET WARE-HOUSE. Lam
hert & Brother, Importers and whole
sale dealers, No. 219 King-street,Charleston,
offer for sale, the finest assortment in thecity,
of Tapestry, Velvet, Pi e, Brussels, Three.
Ply, Simer Ingrain and Venitian Carpetings,
together with Druggets, Rugs, Floor and
Furniture Oil Cloths, Stair Rods, Mats, &c.
Also, Piano and Table Covers, in great
variety, and a large assortment of Fine Lin
ens, warranted all Flax.
*** Orders from the country punctually
attended to. Jan 3
WS. ADAMS, No. 34 Broad-street,
© Manufactures and keeps constant
ly on hand, Berlin Grates, of *lie lat st and
mostapproved patterns. E. Barrow’s cele.
brated Cooking Ranges and Air Furnaces.
Every description of Cooking and Parlour
Stoves, Furnaces, Kitchen Utensils, etc.
Grates set in the best manner and at the
shortest notice. Fire Brick, Soap Stone,
Grate Fixtures, etc.
Orders from the country promptly attended
to. Jan 3
SOUTHERN D A G U E R R E A N
Vo* GALLERY, 233 King, nearly op
Single Portraits, Groups. &c., from the
largest to the smallest sizes, taken, in in
imitable style. Our friends and the public
generally are cordially invited to examine
our specimens, atour new rooms, 233 King
street, over J. S. Roberts’store.
SMITH & LONGMAN, Artiste,
nAB C H A N D E L I E R S AND
UR A C RETS . Gregg Hayden &
Go., corner of King and Hasell streets, Have
always on hand, an extensive supply of Gas
Fittings, comprising Chandeliers, Brackets
and Mantel Pillars, in Bronze, Gilt, Enamel
and other styles.
*** Gas introduced in the best manner and
at the shortest notice. Jan 3
mjEW MUSIC,JUST PUBLISHED.
Lee St Walker, J 62 Chesnut street.
Pniladelphia, are constantly publishing and
receiving, new and beautiful Music, from
the most distinguished composers. ‘['lie
following list contains some of their choicest
and most popular Songs, Waites, Polkas,
Now Thou art Gone, a beautiful song,
words by Thomas J. Diehl, music by Ham
My New England Home, words and mu
sic by Mrs. L. Wade.
Grobe’s Omnibus, by C. Grobe, a collec
tion of Duetts.
Sounds from Home, piano and violin, by
Pretty Little Polkas for Pretty Little
People, J. Ling.
All the Winds are Sleeping, by A. S.
Guardian Angel, by the author of “Love
Household Words, written by Charles,
The Adieus, words by Thomas J. Diehl,
music by Horr.
Lee & Walker have constantly on hand,
superior Pianos, and a supply of Martin’s
celebrated Guitars ; Violin, Harp and Guitar
Strings, of the best Italian qualities, at
wholesale and retail; which, together with
a line assortment of Musical Instruments and
Merchandize in general, comprise a stock
not to be surpassed by that of any other es
tablishment in the country.
*** Music sent by mail ‘o any part of the
United States. Merchants and Teachers
supplied at the lowest wholesale prices.—
Catalogues sent to any part of the United
States by addressing,
162 Chesnut-st., Philadelphia.
Jan 3 ly
WM. 11. BEEBE <SI CO., Fashion
able Hatters, 156 Broadway, and 158
Gents, and Youth’s Dress, Riding
and Travelling Caps, Ladies’ Riding Hats,
Paris Straw and Fancy Hats for children,
Caps for the Army and Navy, etc., of the
best material and in the latest styles. Jan 3
CO NN E R A SON’S UNITED
STATES TYPE FOUNDRY, New-
York.—The Subscribers have now on hand
an excellent assortment of Book, Newspaper
and Ornamental Type, Bordering, &c.,
which they are prepared to sell at reduced
rates, on approved paper, at six months, or
at a discount often per cent, lor cash. The
series ot Scotch faces, so much admired and
approved of by the trade, and our type in
general, we feel assured cannot be excelled
either in beauty or finish by any Founder.
All type manufactured by us, are made by
a mixture of metals different, in proportions
to those used generally, by which we in
sure greater durability. To our assortment
of Ornainentaland Jobbing Type,Bordering,
&c., we have made a large increase and are
constantly engaged in adding to the variety,
Presses, Wood Type, Cases, Stands, Brass
and Wood Rule. Imposing Stones, Com
posing Sticks, Brass, Wood Galleys, Closet
Racks, Cuts, Reglets, and every article
necessary for a complete printing office, fur
nished with despatch.
Old Type taken in exchange for new, at
nine cent per pound.
Publishers of newspapers who will insert
this advertisement three times, and forward
us a paper, marked and enclosed to “Horn’s
United States Railroad Gazette,” previous
to the4th day of July, 1852, will be paid in
materials ol our manufacture,[by purchasing
four times the amount of their bills for adver
JAMES CONNER & SON.
Cor. Ann and Nassau-sts-
Our New Specimen Book is now ready for
delivery. Jan 3
Ademar EST,. Engraver and Man
© ulacturer of Advertising Self-Seal
nig Envelopes. Wedding, Visiting, Busi
ness and Address Cards, Engraved and
printed in the mostfashionable style ; also
Notarial, Commercial, Society and Stone
Seals Engraved in tlia neatest manner.—
Door Plates constantly ou hand and engraved
Mr. Demurest respectfully calls the atten
tion of the public to the utility of his Busi
ness Envelopes; as they contain the card or
address of the purchaser. AII letters that do
not reach their destination are returned, in
stead of going to the dead letter office at
Washington. They are a good medium of
advertising; they cannot be opened without
leaving evidence of it, and the brass dies
used for embossing them are also used for
office cards, at half lh# price of engraved
ones, besides being much more showy.
All orders addressed to No. 2 Pine.street,
corner of Broadway, N Y. City, will be
executed with neatness and despatch.
New York, Jan. 3, 1852.
Blank books, paper, &c.
Francis & Loutrel, 77 Maiden Lane,
New-York, manufacture all styles of Ac
count Books Envelopes, Gold Pens, Croton
Ink, Copying Presses, Manilbld Letter Writ
We also import every style of Writing
Paper and Stationery, articles which we
offer at the lowest cash prices.
Francis’ Manifold Letter Writer, by which
letters and copies are written at the same
time. No extra trouble and a great saving
of time. Books complete at sl, $2, $3 50
OrderS per mail receive prompt attention.
FRANCIS & LOUTREL,
77 Maiden Lane, New-York.
J an 3 6m
WAREHOUSE, John R. Hoole,
No. 124 Nassafl. street, NevvYork, is pre
pared to furnish every article requisite for
Binders, consisting of Muslin, of the most
approved prtterns and colours; English cob
ouredandbark Call Skins; Morocco- Roans,
Russia Leather,coloured and bark Skivers;
Sheep Skins; comb, marble, and fancy Pa
pers; Head Band, Thread, Twine, &c.
Embossing, Standing, Cutting, Laying:
Finishing and Sewing Presses; Table and
Squaring Shears, Press Beards, Ruling
Machines and Pens, Type and Cases, Ro
ling Machines, Brass Ornaments, Gilding
and Blank Rolls, Stamps and Fillets, Pal
lets, Polishers, Agate Burnishers, Plow
Knives, Hammers, Shears, Knives, Com
passes, Lettering Stamps, Tools and Plates
from designs, cut in a superior style, on the
very hardest metal, with promptness and
despatch Jan 3
TO DEALERS. Portable Desks. Ne
plus ultra Desks, witli Dressing Cases
attached ; Leather and YVooil Dressing Cases,
Work Boxfs, Work Cases, and Needle
Books of Wood, Ivory, Pearl, &c.; Port
Monnaies, Pocket Books, Card Cases, &.c.;
Bankers’ Books Folios Backgammon and
Chess Boards, &c., with many other articles
too numerous to mention in an advertise
ment. Manufactured and constantly on
Also a beautiful assortment, of well select
ed French and other, goods, imported by the
subscriber, and which are offered to the trade
at low prices. _
GEO. R. CHOLWELL.
Manufacturer and Importer.
26 Maiden Lane, New-York. Jan 3