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DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST '21, 1805.
LOCAL. MATTERS.
To our City Subscribers.?We would be thank
ful if there is any failure on the part of our ear
ners to deliver tho Daily News, if our city aub
acrihers would give us immediate notice. Every
effort on our part will be made to secure an early
delivery, arid if the carriers fail in doing their
duty, wo hope to he immediately informed of it.
Personal.?We unintentionally omitted to re
turn our thanks to Mr. Thad. C. Jowitt, of the
justly coXvbratviX job printing establishment, in King
atreot, near Calhoun, for facilities afforded us in ia
auing the that numbers of our paper, who, with his
usual aud commendable liberality, proffered the use
of hia presa, which was accepted, and enabled na to
lay before our readers the "Daily News'* several
days in advance of the arrival of our prcas.
Thanks.?Wo tender many thauka to the Messrs.
Mott, of No. 8 Broad-arrcot, for the delicious tur
tle aoup sent to us at uoou Saturday.
The officers of the atcamer Fannie, from Sa
vannah, will please accept our thauka for late pa
pera.
|? We tender our thanks to Sir. DABBY, of tho
Adams' Express Co., for late idea of Columbia,
VYiunaboro', Augusta, and Montgomery papera.
We are also under obligations to CJuinn & Dru.
for files of late country papers.
WlLMINOTON AND MANCHESTER RAILROAD.?Wo
would call particular attention to the advertise
ment in this morning's issue of Henry M. Drane,
Esq., General {Superintendent of this road. We
are informed that Mr. Drane is making every ef
fort to obtain a daily mail over his road, in which
we sincerely hope tie will bo soon successful. "Tl?o
Northeastern Railroad is now prepared to take its
daily ahare of the work.
Departure.?Tho steamship Granada, of the
Leahy, lino, left her wharf promptly at 4 o.'cloek on
?Saturday .afternoon last ior New York, having an
excellent Hat of paaaengers and a full freight?in
deed, the best aince the line haa been atarted. The
success of these ships, and the extensive patronage
they enjoy, apeak well for the efforts of the agent
in this city.
Robbery.?A gentleman from the country was,
last week, inveigled into a disreputable house in
Berreaford-atreet, where he was rohbed of a gold
watch and ?55D. Officer Coates, the aagacioua de
tective, has taken the matter in hand, and arrest
ed two women, who, doubtless, committed the
theft, and who w ill undergo an examination. Should
they he pronounced guilty, wo predict that an ex
ample will be made that will terrify all the inhabi
tants of bro*hela in our city.
Accident.?An officer, while riding at very great
speed up King-street, on Saturday afternoon last,
ran across a spring-wagon which was coming down
George-street, and was thrown from his horse
much injured. He is at present in a very precari
ous situation, and * the animal is also very-much
lrurt. .........
The Steamer Bockland_Wo enjoyed, yester
day afternoon, one of the moat delightful excur
aiona ever participated in, on board this boat. The
company was aelect and full of joyousneas, the
hosts were pleasant and generous, and the Captain
was anxious and attentive. Mesara. Vannoy and
Waltek paid their whole attention to tboir friend?,
regardless of themselves, while Capt. Buford
gratified every wish of tho passengers, without
regard to his own comforts. Wo tender our best
wishes for the success of the Rockland and all
connected with her.
Wo had almost forgotten the Steward, who
handed us sandwiches that would have delighted
Louis Napoleon with hia imprisonment at Ham.
The scHOONEa General Scott, belonging to Messrs.
Styles & Carter, of this city, and loaded with hay,
iaa beon totally loat on a ?eef near Beaufort (N.
C). She waa loaded with hay froni Portland (Me.)
for Port Royal. rj
Sales at Auction ok Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Arc.
Miles Drake, Auctioneer, at the corner of King
and I liberty streets, offers for sale on Thursday
next, one of the largcat assortment of tho above
ever offered hi this market. The reputation of
Mr. Drake will always insure him "a large com
pany."
Geo. W. Clark & Co?Our readers will refer to
the advertisements of this firm, if they wish to sat
isfy themselves that their laat importation is not to
be aurpassed in quality and quantity.
Colburn, Howej.l & Co?We woidd direct the
attention of patrons to our advertising columna,
dcairing them to read the card of these gentlemen.
Their experience has been obtained in our State
and City, and their t bitity as merchants ia so well
known, as to cause a pleasurable feeling with
many at seeing thorn once more entering commer
cial life. With Mr. Colburn, long connected with
the house of J. H. Taylor, Esq., and Mr. Howell,
for many years in business with the sterling con
corn of GiLLiLAND & Son, who can desire a better
guarantee of faith, diligence and punctuality?
The advertisement must be read with care.
The Cobn Crop in Vuiginia.?The Richmond
Depublic, of a recent issue, in reforence to this
aubjeot, has the following:
While tho area planted in corn In Eastern Vir
ginia is probably not one-fourth as great as that
of 1860, the quality of the present crop has never
J>een exceeded. It is not believed that ever before
y/as there, on the same number of stalks, so large
a quantity of grain. Tliia is thO/CODcurroct testi
mony of persons who have recently passed through
most of our eastern and northorn counties. As
tho people have nothing but their crops to which
to look for support during tho current year, tho
prospect of abundance is, even more than in ordi
nary tunes, a subject of congratulation.
In tho country along the Upper James, about
Lynchburg, and in the southwestern part of the:
State generally, a splendid corn-growing roglou,
it may bo remarked, we fear thore has beon al
ready too much rain, while, from present .Indica
tions, tho prospect is that thoro Is to be much
more. An excess of rain produces an immense
crop of Btalk, but little corn. The raws that have
rallen during the past two woeks prevailed in the
oountry Jnst mentioned, have beon very heavy,
and have done incalculable damage to the crops
and in various other ways.
To CrvrL OmoEBa?An important point, says
the Macon Telegraph, in tho last proclamation of
President Johnson, is that relating to tho civil
officers of the State. By roferring to tho docu
ment it will be soon that ho "declares that all civil
officers who have taken and subecribod tho oath
prescribed in the proclamation aforesaid, if not
embraced within any of th? exceptions, or who
may have received apecls.1 rmuosty If embraced,
afcaU proceed i h ore after in tho discharge of the du
ties of thou* several offices according to the laws
. in existence prior to the 1st of January, 1861," co
far as the same are not incons?itent with our proa?
ent condition. _
. .Vi'sH .- ... - . . .
I
GLASS WARE?JMS WARB!
Groceries ! Groceries ! Groceries !
FOR SALE AT
W. H. SMITH'S,
No. 192 King-street, one door South
August 21 1* Of Petit's Ice Cream Garden.
~_3LACKSMITHS^?AL ATO
NAILS.
r A TONS BEST QUALITY BLACK8MTTHS' COAL
t_)\r 10O kegs Nails, assorted sizes.
Landing and for salo low, by
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
August 21 3 No. 20 Cumberland street.
NO. 55 MAHKST-STRE1?T,
BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH-STREETS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE THI8 METHOD OF RE
TURNING their thanks to tho pubUc for the liberal
patronage bestowed upon them, and would also inform
them that wo arc always prepared to famish MEALS at
aU hours. We are also preparod to furnish DINNERS or
8UPPEH8 to parties on the most reasonable terms.
August 21 rathi* A. R. WIGG k CO
D. ON??LL& SONS,
MANUFACTURERS/ AND DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 375 King-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF
FINE FITR AND WOOL HATS
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
August 21_lBQ*
WAHOO BITTEB8.
RENNEKER & GLOVER,
SOLE AGENTS,
No. 139 MEETING-ST.
50 CASES OF THESE CELEBRATED BITTERS
just receive:?.
August 15 5
ROPE, BAGGING, MOLASSES,
ETC..
-1 nf\f\ COILS BEST BALE ROPE
lUv/U 500'plcces Gunny Bagging ? -
100 bbls. Molasses
100 bags Coffee
100 bbls. Clarified Sugar
3000 bbls. Jurvia' Island Guano.
TO ARRIVE.
300 balea GUNNY BAGGING
1000 kegs Nails, assorted.
For sale low, by GEO. W.. WILLIAMS k CO.
August 16_wfmO
POTATOES, LEMONS, ETC.
(TAA BARRELS PRIME NEW NORTHERN POTA
*3\J\J TOES for sale in lots of five barrels and up
wards, at $3.00 per barrel
-" 100 boxes French and Sicily Lemons
50 bbls. Onions, Red and Stiver Skin.
' Just arrived and for sale low from the wharf, by
BERNARD O'NEILL, No. 189 East Bay.
August 19 ?
IN STORE AND FOR 8ALE
No. 173 East Bay-street,
Between Queen and Cumberland,
A. CHOICE AND VARIED STOCK OF WINES, BRAN
_____ DIES, WHISKIES, etc?
25 cases choice Old Port
?06 oases Golden Sherry .......... ?.._.?_. ,_
150 cases Claret, including the moat superior qualities
or St. Jirltcn, St. Ettephe, Chateau La Roso, oto
. 100 cases Rhine Wines,, including the most superior
qualities of Hi'ichheinier', 'merstelncr, Rudishct
mer, elo
75 cuses Haut Sauterne, Including tho most superior
?jualitics of the various brand?
20 cases Champagne, to wit: Marceaiiv. HolAo.lclr,
Fleur de Champagne
- 25 casca Ginger Wine.
15 cases Blaukbcri-y Wine, which is highly recom
' ' mended tor its medicinal qualities
20 cases St. Domingo Wine
20 casos St. Domingo Punch
25 cases Arrack Punch
50 cases superior Bourbon Whisky
25 cases Bourbon Cocktail
15 cases Brandy Cocktail
20 cases extra fine Cognac?vintage 1835
30 cases extra fine Cognac?Pinet CasUUoa
25 cases genuine Holland Gin
25 cubo? St. Domingo Bitters
30 bbls. superior Whisky?various brands
2 bbls. Y. P. M. Whisky?15 years old
6 quarter casks Old Brandy
2 pipes Union Flag Holland Gin
4 casks Old Pale Sherry
100 dozen Muir's Scotch Ale
160 bbls. Philadelphia Stock Ale.
At wholesale at
No. 173 East Bay-street,
BY
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
20
#9* COTTON and aU kinds of PRODUCE received In
exchange for Goods.
Consignments received on sale, and every attention
paid to the shipment and forwarding of PRODUCE,
MERCHANDISE, etc. August 1*
REFINED BUG AR, COFFEE AND
OTHER GROCERIES.
BARRELS C. AND EXTRA SUGAR
10 barrels Crushed Sugar
10 bags Coffee
50 bh?ls. Choleo Molasses
50 tierces Choice Molasses
500 boxes Fay's Family Soap
100 boxes Palo Soap
20,000 pounds Choice Bacon
100 cases Kerosene Oil
50 boxes Adamantine Candles
100 cases choice Bourbon Whisky
10 barrels choice Bourbon Whisky
10 barrels Vinegar
20 cases Cider
60 casks assorted Glassware
100 cases choice Claret
100 boxes Window Glass
And a fidl und varied assortment of other goods.
For sale at the lowest market rates by
THADDE?S STREET,
August M No. 74 East Bay.
?TTTST RECEIVED:
1 A A BBLS. FLOUR
J.UU 75 bbls. C 8ugar
50 bbls. Crushed Sugar
50 bbls. Powdered Sugar
50 bags Co?eo
60 chests Grcep Tea
50 boxes Adamantine Candles
25 boxes Colgate's Soap
60 boxes Colgate's Fancy Soap
100 sacks Liverpool Salt
100 half bbls. Mackerel
100 quarter bbls. Mackerel
50 boxes Layer Raisins
25 dozen Buckets
15 gross Mason's Blacking
10 bbls. Linseed OU
1 dozen Wheelbarrows.
. . AtSO, AN ASSOBTMKKT OB
HOD IRON FURNITURE
Sheet Iron Cooking Stoves
Horse Shoe Iron Powdered Ginger
Horse 8hoes Whitiug
Horse Shoe Nails Leathor
Lath Nails Carriage Trimmings
Hatchets Whitewash Brushes '
Hammers Segara " '
Lead Pipe Wire,
ffor Bale by ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
August 16 ' 14 12o and 128 Meeting-street.
?limiMffi?NEWS.
AS NATIVE CAROLINIANS, THE PUULL3HER8
will naturally look to the Interests of their own SUt?,
and to that of the South ; end as citiions ?f the United
SUt?*, they win not be wanting In the proper amount of
devotion and roopect for- the General Government.
Every effort shall be made to make the DALLY NEWS a
first class newspaper, and in every wt\y wotthy of th.3
patronage of the public.
Our term? for the pr?sent will be at the rate of. ten
dollars per annum! Subscriptions ' rec Ited ' for - three,
six; and twelve* monthe, payable in advance.
Postmaetora and others throughout tho country, who
may interest themselves la procuring ' subscription*,
will be allowed the usual per. cent*??.
OATH?AUT. MCMILLAN * ICOBTON,
. Proprietor?, No, 19 Bayae-ek?**, C?wfc?ton, 9,0,
AujrwtH
' COI .IT M
: ; : ifguA
PDERWRITW AGEN?V.
COLBURN, HOWELL & CO,
ASKWT8.
THK GERMANIA FUIE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE HANOVER FIRE IN8DRANCE COMPANY.
THE NIAOARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE REPUBLIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
all of tur cm of ni:w toue,
HAVE BNTERED INTO AN ARRANGEMENT FOR
tlic purpoau of transacting together Uta business
of "INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY
FIRE, AND THE PERILS OK INLAND TRANSPORTA
TION," and have established an ofllco in this city,
designated tho "UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY," and
your attention is reaped fully called to the superior ad
vantages which tho Agency afford? to those who desire
to make prompt and reliable insurance?.
?9-ONE POLICY of Insurance is issued by the FOUR
COMPANIE8 through this Agency, which 1h made to
meet the neccKnitien of tho business community, by SE
CURING, WITH DISPATCH, LARGE LINES OF IN
SURANCE WITH RELIABLE COMPANIES, UPON UNI
FORM, PLAIN AND SIMPLE CONDITIONS, THEREBY
OBVIATING THE NECESSITY OF APPLYING TO VA
RIOUS SEPARATE OFFICES for insurance? to the
amount they aro ?morally able to accept, and of holding
numerous sep?rate policies, THE CONDITIONS AND
WRITTEN PORTION8 OF WHICH RARELY AGREE,
rendering it next to impossible for the assured to be
come familiar with and harmonizo their various con
flicting conditions.
By the conditions of tho UNDERWRITERS' POLICY,
BUT ONE SET OF PAPERS is required to prove a loss
to the several Companies Insuring under it, thereby
making tho adjustment simple and expeditious.
THE CASH ASSETS OF EACH COMPANY Issuing the
Undarv. ritors' Policy of Insurance exceed HALF A MIL
LION OF DOLLARS, making a security in the aggre
gate of ,
Three Million Dollars.
THE STANDING IN NEW YORK CITY of the Com
panies Interested in this Agency, and the respectable
character of the large number of gentlemen composing
their several Boards of Directors, afford an abundant
gu?rante? that all business confided to thorn will bo
HONORABLY AND LIBERALLY CONDUCTED.
LOSSES LIBERALLY AD.TU8TED AND PROMPTLY
PAID AT THIS OFFICE.
Application? for Insurance in the above Companies
may for the present be made, at the residence of S. S.
HOWELL, No. 9 Hasel-street
COLBURN, HOWELL fa CO.
August 31 m w2
NEW COMMISSION"
AND
AUCTION HOUSE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ABOUT THE FIFTEENTH OF OCTOBER, OR SOON
as tho Railroads aro completed to the interior, wo
will hold the first trade salo ITA Charleston, comprising
the following goods, viz: SOOtases of BOOTS, SHOES,
AND HATS ; '?50 cases of assorted Merchandise, 350 kegs
of Lead.
Wc are agents for tho celebrated India Rubber 8ole
Boots and Shoes, comprising Men's, Women's, Misses'
and Children's assortments, one pair of which will out
last three pairs of tho common sole leather. The above
shoes arc mado of fine calf and glove leather tops, with
India nibber attached to the leather sole.
Wo are also agents for a superior brand of White Lead,
and several leading articles needed m the country. All
of tho above goods will be offered at private sale, until
further notice. Produce of all kinds taken In exchange
for goods. JOHN COMMIN8 k CO.,
No. 141 Meeting-street, opposite Hayno-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
??-Charlotte. Bulletin, N. C, Columbia Phoenix, S. C,
Savannah RepubUcan, Ga., Augusta Constitutionalist,
(la., will copy tho above and insert one time, aud send
bill to John Cummins k Co., Charleston, S. C.
August 19 i
DAVID B^IRIIOW,
NO. 153 EAST BAY,
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING INVOICE
of DESIRABLE GOODS per STEAMER GRANADA,
which he offers at the lowest market prices:
3 boxes GROUND COFFEE
2 bags Rio Coffee
'2 chests Oolong Tea
1 caddy Green Tea
2 boxes Chemical Soap
I box Pale Soap
0 bvim Uontilo Oak en Soup
1 keg Cooking Soda
2 boxes Cooking Soda
3 boxes Starch
5 boxes Adamantino Candles
1 box Ground Ginger
Q boxes Ground Pepper
a bbla. Soda Crackers
2 bbls. Sugar Crackers
2 bbls. Butter Crackers
1 sack Table Salt
1 case Matches
1 box Yojwt Powder
500 Laeooon Segar?
1000 La Retic? Segars
? gross No. 1 Blacking
2 gross No. 3 Blacking
5 cases Bourbon Whisky
3 cases Old Rya Whinky
6 cases Otard, Dupuy k Co.'s Brandy
3 casca Plnet, Castcllian k Co.'a Brandy
3 cases Holland Gin
3 coses Claret drape
3 cases Blackberry Brandy
1 case Sherry Wine
1 case Raspberry Syrup
25 cases Edinburg Ale.
August 17_ 3
JUST RECEIVED.
AT THK
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
No. 250 KING-STREET,
A LARGE AND VERY DESIRABLE STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. &C,
WHICH ARE NOW BEING OFFERED AT
Wholesale and [Retail.
THIS STOCK HAS BEEN 8ELECTED EXPRESSLY
FOR THIS MARKET by the Proprietor, in con
nection with.Mr. C. T. DUNHAM, formerly DUNHAM,
TAFT & CO. Purchasers will find it to their interest
to examino this Stock before selecting elsewhere.
T. BI. BRISTOL, Sign of the Big Boot,
August 19 smwS* No. 250 KING-STREET.
LEATHER AND SHOE FIN?L\GS.
I- VOIGT,
No. ) MAHKET-ST.,
OFFERS FOR SALE
OAK AND HEMLOCK 80LE LEATHER
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CALF 8KIN8
MOROCCO. P.iTENT LEATHER AND
LTNH?G SKINS
SHOE FINDINGS AND SHOEMAKER'S TOOLS.
ALSO,
HARNESS LEATHER, TANNER'S OLL
AND
SILK, THREAD AND NEEDLES, FOR 8INGER8 AND
OTHER 8EWING MACHINES.
August 14_. .'. - .- " - - ' Evwf 10?
GREAT WESTERN"
MARINE imm COMPANY,
NEW YORK.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, AGENTS FOR VARIOUS IN.
SURANOK COMPANIES, will take Risks for the
above named well known Company, upon Cotton and
Merchandise generally, from ports and places in the Uni
ted States to ports and places In the United States and
Ktiropo, tyn? mot versa. On favorable tornan, on flt-oamor?.
Sailing Vessels and Inland Conveyance.
ALSO,
ITBE RI8K8 ON BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE AND
COTTON, In var? on? well known Fire Intmranoo Compa
nies. GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
August 14 mwf 10 Noa. I and 8 Hayne-street
PER LAST STEAMER.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SUPPLY O?1 LADIES'
, and GENTLEMEN'8 SnOKll AND BOOTS.
AL8p,
A general assortment of Gentlemen'? and Boy's FUE
HATS; which axe offered for sale at the lowest market
price*. ' . I/- O'NEILL * SON,
- . i No. 975 Xing-etreot, above Goorge-etreet.
August 14_ rows lmo?
o. p. pank?i?;
CHEMIST & APOTHECARY,
KO. 123 MEETING 8TR51SV.
A T?LL ASSORTMENT OF II?POitTED AND DO
HE8TT0 DRUGS AMD CHEMICALS COcaUatgr <? fand.
Ao^urtU ' -Us*
. ">/ well ,>0D&?OAWX .11
FRESH GOODS?FULL STOCK.
jt_/\PA(1KAOE8 NEW MACKEREL
?)\_f 150 bags Rio and Juva Coffee
200 boxes ('iimllin
200 whole boxes Raimo?, Layers
200 half buxc.? Rulsins, Livers
50 boxes Cooklnj: Soda
100 boxes Magic Coffee
CO chests bust Teas, chnap
200 bbls. Sugars, various kinds
CO tierccB Molasses
25 bbls. Cider Vinegar
CO bbla. Corned Beef
25 bbls. Comet? Poi.'i
2S0 1).m-.'? Slanh
200 boxes Soap
C00 boxes Herrings
200 boxes Pickle? und Gerkins
200 ?jases Sauces and Ketsups
200 bbls. Extr.? Flour
50 packages Goshen Butter
Spices of all kind?, Macnarnnl, Citron, Preserved
Ginger, Cooking Extract?, fcc, Ac.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
August 21 No. 145 Meeting street.
JUST RECEIVED.
1 Cid CASES SPARKLING HOCK AND RHINE
100 cases CHAMPAGNE CIDER
G00 cases Ale
100 bbls. Whisky, various brands and prices
10 bbls. Alcohol, 97 per cent.
CO bbls. Alo
CO cases Whisky
CO coses Brandy
25 cases. Stoughton Bitters
CO boskets Heidsiock & Co's. Champagne, a puro
and genuine article
Brandy, Gin, St. Croix Rum
Sherry Wine, led kc,
AU of tho purest quality and cheap for cash, at
GEO. W. CLARK k CO's.,
August 21 No. 145 M??eting-Htreet.
HEATH & CO.,
No. 260 KING-STREET.
JUST RECEIVED:
SUGAR-CURED PIG HAMS
SUGAR-CURED PIG BACON
PIG SHOULDERS
WINES, BRANDIES
GIN, BOURBON-WHISKEY
ST. CROIX RUM
JAMAICA RUM
CORDIALS, SYRUPS.
ALSO,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, Ac., &o.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. K. HEATH & CO.
August 14_Imo
JUST RECEIVED
BY
CAHILL & CO.,
No. Q75 KING-STREET :
10 CADDIES a. P. TEA
30 HALF CHESTS Y. H. TEA
30 BAOS RIO COFFEE
45 MATS JAVA COFFEE
CO HALF BBLS. SYRUP. GOOD
15 BBLS. SYRUP. GOLDEN
33 BOXES CHOCOLATE
?3 BOXES SWEET CHOCOLATE
18 BAGS PEPPER, BLACK
10 CASES PARAFIN'E CANDLES, A SUPE
RIOR ARTICLE.
ALSO,
1 medium size IRON SAFE, almost new.
For sale at lowest prices by
CAHILL & CO.,
No. 275 KINO-STREET.
August 14
JUST EECEIVED,
BY
STEAMEE GRANADA,
AND WILL RECEIVE BY EVERY STEAMER FROM
NEW YORK, AT
P. EPSTIN'S,
ILSTo. 173 King-Street,
TWO lfOORS ABOVE GEORGE-STREET,
1 ?i~\ DOZEN HOOP-SKIRTS, OF THE BEST
A.t-}\J manufactories
150 gross of Oilt and other Buttons
60 dozen Army Shirt*
50 dozen of Linen, and various kinds
75 dozen Men's and Boy's Hats, of all qualities
250 dozen assorted Paper and Linen Collars.
I will sell to the trade, at greatly reduced prices, and
respectfully invite the attontion of Wholesale Dealers to
eiamiue my stock before delecting elsewhere.
P. EPSTIN,
No. 37? KING.STREET,
August 17 3 TWO DOORS ABOVE OEOROE.
STEUME1R & SON,
FACTORS AND DEALERS
IN
Timber, Lumber, Building Materials, &c.
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
John H. Steinheteb.J. H. Stein weybb, Jn.
WE OFFEB OCR SERVICES *S ABOVE. HOPLN?
that with a long experience in the trade, and the
advantages presented by our old established LUMBER
YARD AND POND, foot of Beautain-stroet, and our large
acquaintance with Getters and Dealers generally in Tim
ber, Lumber, Ac, we may make it to the interest of all
desiring to dispose of or purchase to give us a call.
49? Office at present, KERB'S WHARF.
! August 16 _ wfm5
TO THE
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
... AND
FANCY 0001 DEALERS
O-THK '
Its - * . ....
SOUTH.
JAMES O'KANE,
Bookseller, Stationer and Manufacturer
or
POO?ETD?ABIES, . ,,
PffOTOOBAPK ALBtTMS, and'
*~~ W.?.M-W.?WW,._TO..,-.. .fs/aersYmrvmreB;
Beg? respectfully to aay that he 1? ?Uli located at his
Ko. 126 Nassau-street, New York,
where hi continues to supply the Jobbing and Retail
Trade With aU article in the BOOR AND STATION ER Y
LINE, on the moat liberal termo.
Books, Stationary, Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Gap, Bill.
and Bath Papers. photograph Albums, Oarto do Visito
for Albums, Blank Boots, Infcs; Mucilage, Envelope?,
kc, Jtc. ?ko., In mat variety and cheap.
A. superior Une of POCKET DIARIES FOB 18?.
Catalogue!? sont ota application.
Orders promptly Oiled Addx6M
JAHES O'KANF,
J?W YORK,
- .
. . . :
AUCTION SALES.
150 oatea Roots, Shoes, Gaiters, ?to.
BY ,11 ILK S DRAKE.
On THURSDAY. Um 24th inst., I will sell, at my 8toro.
corner of Kin? attct Liberty-streets, the following very
desirable Good*. (.eleeted expressly for the Southern
market, and to be sold without reserve:
48 pair Men's Halt Well ami P. 8. HOOTS
200 pair Men'? Half Welt and P. S. OongrCM ?aiters
180 pair Men's Calf. Kill and Coat Uahnurali
C!> pair Men'* Unit w. Brogana
ISO pair Hoy?' Hoots
30 pair Hoys' Calf llnlinoral-?
500 ?>air Ingle?' Kid, Morocco and Lasting Congress
Gaiter?
450 pair Ladies' Kid, Morocco and Lasting BaliuoraU
100 pair Misses' Congress Hoots and Galten
130 pair Misses' Kid, Uoat and Calf Balmorals
00 pair Misses' Kid Slippers
60 pair Youths' Boots
30 pair YuulUs' Buff Congress
30 pair Youths' Call Balmoral*
30 pair Youths' Calf Ties
1000 pair Children's Boots and Shoes?a beautiful as
sortment
32 (irons 4-8 Shoo LacOfl
10 gross 5-8 Shoe Laces
28 gross C-8 Shoe Laces
20 gross 7-8 Shoe Lacea.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
Terms?Sums over $000, sixty davs; from $100 t<>
$500. thirty days; under SUN cash ou delivery. All
notes to have approved endorser.* and interest added.
Ooeds ready for Inspection on Wednesday.
August 21
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAlLROADsl
Offici: OF Aksistant Qi.'aiitkkmahtkm, |
Washington, D. C, July SO, 1805. J
AUCTION SALE OF HOLLING STOCK.
Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the highest bidder,
the following rolling stock:
On TUESDAY. September 19. at the Portland Co.'a
Shop in Portland Maine, Sit ((5) Locomotive Engines.
Ou THURSDAY. September 21, at Hinl.lv k William?'
Shop in Boston, Mass., Four (4) Locomotive Engine*.
On MONDAY, September 25, at Kennett Square, near
Philadelphia, Peon., Fifty (50) Box Freight Care, four
feet eight uud-a-ha 1 f inch gauge.
Ou WEDNESDAY, Beptember 27, at WUmington, Del.,
Eighty-four (84) Box Freight Car?, five foot gatigo.
The above stock is aU now, and of the very best quality.
The Engines aro live feet gauge, five foot drivers, and
cylinders 10x24 luches. They can be changed to narrow
gauge at trifling expense.
Sales to commence at 10 A. M.
Terms: Cash In Government Rinda.
H. L. ROBINSON,
August 14 Brevet Colonel and A. Q. M.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS
ALHAMBKA,
ROBEKT B. BENSON.Commanueh,
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S SOUTH WHARF ON
Saturday, the 26th Instant, at ? o'clock precisely.
Freight and Passengers taken at lowest rates. Apply
to THADDEUS STREET, No. 74 East Bay.
ajj" The splendid and popular side-wheel steamship
QUAKER CITY is expected to leave on Wednesday, tho
30th instant. She has been recently fitted up, and has
unsurpassed accommodations for passengers.
43-The GRANADA will leave on Saturday, tho 2d
of September. August 21
FOR BOSTON'_THE SCHOONER
FRANKLIN will have quick dispatch for tho
above port. For Freight apply to
GEO. W. CLARK k CO..
August 21 No. 145 Meeting-street.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.?THE LINE
Schooner J. W. LINDSAY, Capt. Boyce, will sail
i with dispatch. For Freight apply to
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
August 21 3 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
FOR LIVERPOOL..?THE Al BR.
>Bark "EXCHANGE" is now ready to rcccivo
?Freight. .
? Apply to WILLIS k CHISOLM,
mr- Columbia Phoenix and Darlington New Era will
copy for one. week and ?end bills to W. k 0.
August 10_Milla House.
PREPARE FOR BUSINESS.
A GOOD SUPPORT FOR
ONLY S30 !
ANY PERSON* OF ORDINARY CAPACITY CAN BE
qualified as au ACCOUNTANT and BOOK-KEEPER
in a few weeks. A competent Book-Keeper can always
obtain respectable and lucrative employment. -Hours of
instruction from 8 to 10 o'clock P. M. Apply at 8. E.
PELOT'8 Commercial School, No. 200 King-street, over .
Dr. Skriue'B Drug Store. Mr. Pelot can be seen during
tho day at tho oflice of the "Daily News," No. IB Hayne
strcet. *
?S~ Merchants' Books Opened, Written Up, and Bal
anced on moderate tcmiR. 2 August 19
BLANK BOOKS
MADE TO ORDER AND RULED TO ANY PATTERN.
A CHOICE SUPPLY OF FULL AND
HALF-BOUND
BLANK BOOKS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF OFFICE STA
TTONKRY. BLANKS, LEASES, BILLS OF LAWNffi
DRAY RECEIPTS, kc, constantly on hand. *
BOOKBINDING
""-.^TS AiX ITS TARIETIES. " "
JOB ^RIIST^IIif^
OF* EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED IN TUB
NEATEST MANNER. '.' " ,,. ,
HIUAM HARRIS, ^
Anguat 1* m!2 No. 59 BROAP-STjEtlgg'P? ^
FAMILY ^OCEB?ES.
308-I??/ rSTREET?r---*308
B?tBto?'awIetrMii WentwK?!.
S. W. STEINMEYER
fLEEPS CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED tf?Tff ' * 4*
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP FAJllLY GRO
CERIES, AND ALL ARTICLES ES8EN-t
TIALTO OONVENLENOE AND 00M
.FORT FOR^KAMLLY USE.
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