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PAIIi'Y N EWS.
TH??t?DAY MOHNINO." AUGUST 3U 1865.
"local matters.
To otm City Sciibcriueiw.?Wo would bo thank
ful if there ?b any failure on the part of our car
riers to deliver tho Daily News, if our city sub
scribers would give us immediate notice. Every
effort on our part will bo mado to secure an early
delivery, and if tho carriers fail in doing their
duty, wo hope to bo immediately informed of it.
Health of the City.?Tho City Registrar (Dr.
Ceo. H. Pelze a) has sent us for publication tho
Bill of Mortality for the week ending August 2Gth.
By it wo discover that there have been C3 doaths
in that time, 3(? of which, aro blacks and colofed,
and 17 whites?tho number of tho former being
moro than double tho latter. This is a singular
fact, that wc havo no remembrance of having over
observed before, and it should elicit attention and
inquiry.
In examining tho statement befara us, wo Und 8
caso? of fevers of different Itinds?2 whites and G
blacks ; of diarrhoea, 5 cases?all blacks ; of old
?go, 4 casos?all blacks. Of tho other diseases
none aro extraordinary, but only those from which
wo alwayB suffer nfc this Boason, and of which but
fow havo been fatal. Upon tho wholo, if any
doubts exist, out of the city, in regard to tho good
health of Charleston, an' examination of tins doc
ument in our paper of to-day ought to satisfy all
roasonablo minds.
Tue Charleston Gas Works.?The remarks of
yesterday in this journal have been understood as
convoying a censure on the ofliccra of this compa
ny. Tlioy were not so intended. During four
years of war the gas works havo been rapidly
wearing ou'.; tho great depreciation of tho medium
in which they wcro paid, and tho impossibility of
procuring much of the material wanted for a re
newal of tho worn-out parts, placed the works in a
position of much embarrassment at the time the
city was occupied by the Union troops. They were
without funds, and stood in need of almost every
thing. By the energy of a portion of tho direc
tion tho difficulties have, to a certain degree, boon
overcome; somo coal has been obtained from tho
Worth, and Bcvcral hundred tons lately from Eng
land. Through tho generosity of an English
houBO the company will bo furnished with coal
sufficient to carry thorn to January next on a lib
eral credit; and measures have been inaugurated
which, if carried out, will place the company in a
XQ03t satisfactory condition.
Lookino Like Business.?The artizans of our
city are particularly busy at this timo in re
pairing and fitting up buildings and stores.
IiOads of lunibor and other stuff are continually
pasfing along to different portions of the town,
where they are used by mechanics in refitting
damaged establishment*! and making them suita
ble for occupation. Lu,Meeting, Hayno andBroad
etreots, and on East Bay, four important business
avenues, tho workmen aro actively engaged at
their work, endeavoring to fulfill numerous con
tracts, which must be completed in time to allow
tenants to lay in stock for their fall trade. The
establishments on King-street wore repaired and
occupied soon after tho ovacuation, and for a long
timo not a place suitable for business in that por
tion of the city has been obtainable. Meeting
street was next resorted to, and the buildings
there renovalod and taken possession of as soon as
in a tenantablo state, so that at present there are
nono in that locality to be rented. Wo arc inform
ed that the thrco stores nearly opposite Haync
street, so badly damaged by lire some time ago,
will bo shortly robuilt and occupied, making that
rango completo. In the other streets we have
mentioned tho scarcity is just as great, and we
hoar every day of applicants for business stands,
who are as yot unsuccessful in their inquirios.
Privatc.rcsidencofi, at a moderate rent, arc also in
request; the owners of many who would lease not
having the means to repair, are compelled to have
them remain on their hands in a dilapidated
state, useless to all. If an arrangement could be
made by which men of means could assist mon of
property of this class, giving them time, at a legal
interest, with a mortgage on the real estate, it
would bo highly advantageous to the community
. generally. We are disposed to tliink that some
moneyed men will, in the courso of the season, enter
into such investments for the benefit of such
owners; for while there are many of them who
think only of gain, there are certainly others who
always connect kindness with profit.
In thus looking around and seeing the present
prosperous condition of our city, and believing
that in a short time it will be much greater, we
feel a thankfulness it is difficult to give expression
to?it is in tho heart alone, not in tho tongue that
speaks. Wo fool tho great load of dejection that
overprcasod us rapidly passing off, as wc see each
now placo of business opened and its occupants
actively engaged in trade; and wo wish that somo
of thoso who are always predicting, with solemn
face, that "Charleston is done for," would go
around and seo what wo havo bo slightly alluded to
above, and wo guarantee that they would agreo
Willi us in saying that the old city is fast recupe
rating, and beforo a great length of time will re
assume the position she onco held among the
populous placea of tho Union.
' A. Coroner's Inquest was held yesterday, 30th
hist., at junction of King and Meeting streets, on
tho body of Phoobe Thompson (colorod). Verdict,
"Death from Hemorrhage."
U-?S. Marshal_Wo understand that W. J.
Gayes, Esq. has been appointed by the President
United States Marshal for this District.
Mustered Out.?Eighty-five Major and Briga
tlicr-GonoralB have been lately honorably dis
charged from the servico of tho United States
Among them wo notice tho names of Major-Gen
Abner Doudledav and Brig.-Gcn. Tbui?an Hey
MOtm.
Quinn A Bbother?Wo are indebted to those
gentlemen for full files of tho Now York dailios.
Sears & Co.?Copies of tho Now York Baili
News, of tho 25tb, can be found at this store (un
der tho Charleston Hotel) for gratuitous distribu
-lion.
Thanks.?Wo return our thanks to Mr. H. P
Buoo for his kindness In sending full files of th
daily New York papera.
The B. W. Grand Lodoe of I. 0. O. F. mee
this ovoning, at their Hall, as per advertisement.
Specie.?Tho steamship Ocean Queen, from At
pinwall, arrived at New York on the 25th instan
with nine hundred and fifty-flvo thousand ou
hundred and forty-two and 79-100 dollars, cor
signed to various merchants in New York, the lai
gest amount being about three hundred thouaan
dollars to Eugene Kelly & Co.
Tho rulo at religious pvUo?.?No CttOa,
PAPER.
all kinds and sizes or PAPER AND rATER
BAOS, Seamless. Grain und Flour Dags, &e.
l'or sale at New York price?, by
II. M. JAMES k BRO.,
AgentB for Nassau Mills, N. Y.
No. 4 Ilayne-Htrcc?, Charleston, S. 0.
August 31 thstu:)*
WAHOO BITTERS.
JASES OF TU
just received.
-| f\f\ CASES OF THESE CELEBRATED BITTEItS,
1UU just received.
RENNEKER k GLOVEU.
August 28 rututh3 No. 13!) Meeting-street.
H?VAN?TSEGARS.
tCP AAA CHOICE BRANDS.
J.OO,UUU RENNEKER k GLOVER.
August 28 nituth3 No. 139 Meeting-street.
LARD, MACKEREL, SALM?N,
POTATOES, &c.
fT f\ KEGS PURE LEAF LARD
t)\J 20 half barrels Leaf Lard
IS half barrels No. 1 New Mackerel
?20 kits Salmon
35 barrels Potatoes?"very fluo"
15 barrols Onions
10 barrels White Wine Vinegar
9 barrels Cider Viuegar?1'uro
130 gross Parlor Matches.
For sale by RENNEKER k GLOVER,
August 2S mtuthsS No. 139 Meeting-street.
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
WHISKY, ETC.
QUARTER CASKS "T. HEINE & CO." BRANDY
G quarter casks Piuett, CastilUon k Co. Brandy
8 eighth casks Pinctt, Castillion k Co. Brandy
12 quarter cask;? very tine Shorry Wine, old
4 casks pure Holland Gin
? casks Jamaica Emu
5 bbls. N. E Rum
4 bbls. choice old Nectar Whisky
13 bblo. XXXX Whisky
13 bbls. XXX Whisky
8 bbls. XX Whisky
10 bbls. X Whisky
25 bbln. Old Virginia Mountain Dew Whisky
36 bbls. Rectified Whisky
C bbls. Domestic Brandy
4 bbls. Cherry Brandy
100 cases St. Julien Claret.
In storv and to arrive. For sale low, by
RENNEKER k GLOVER,
August 28 mtuth3 No. 139 Meeting-street.
10
50
JUST RECEIVED.
, , \ CA?ES SPARKLING HOCK. AND RHINE
JLV/U W1KB
100 cases CHAMPAONE CIDER
600 cases Ale
101) bbls. 'Whisky, various brands and prices
10 bbls. Alcohol, 97 por cent
50 bbls. Ale
CO cases Whisky
50 cases Brandy
25 cases Stoughton Bitters
CO baskets Heidsieck k Co'a. Champagne, a pure
und genuine article
Brandy, Gin, St. Croix Rum <
Sherry Wine, &c? &c.,
All of the purest quality and cheap for cash, at
GEO. W. CLARK k CO's.,
August 21 No. 145 Meetinq-atreot.
fresbT goods---full~stock.
PACKAGES NEW. MACKEREL
150 bags Rio and Java Coffeo
200 boxes Candles
200 whole boxes Raisins. Layers
200 half boxes Raisins, Layers
50 bdiCR Cooking Soda
100 boxes Magic CofTo?
50 chests best Teas, cheap
200 bbls. Sugars, various kinds
50 tierces Molasses ?
25 bbls. Cider Vinegar
CO bbls. Corned Beef
25 bbls. Cornod Pork
250 boxes Starch
200 boxes Soap
C00 boxes Herrings
200 boxes Pickles and Gerkins
200 cases Sauces and Kctsups
200 bbls. Extra Flour
60 packages Goshen Butter
Spices of all kinds. Macearon!, Citron, Preserved
Ginger, Cooking Extracts, &< ., A?:.
GEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
August 21 No. 145 Meeting street.
SEGARS.
A O f~\ i^\ i^\ FINE SEGARS
U ? ? \J \J \J 40,000 Hcheroots.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 East Bay,
August 28 One door North Cumberland-street.
ONIONS AND POTATOES.
FOR s\l,r? l.AMUMi FROM STEAMER
QUAKER CITY
CO BBLS. ONIONS AND POTATOES,
D. J. 8TURGES,
August 29 3 No. 10 Adger's Wharf.
MOLASSES! MOLASSES!!
SEGARSI SEGARS!! S E G A R S ! ! !
PA HHDS. PRIME MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
t.)U 40.000 SUPERIOR HAVANA SEGARS, of the cel
ebrated brands of " Jenny Llnd " and "La Valentina."
Being balance of the cargo of the Spanish brig Cas
tilla, direct from Havana.
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, at reasonable prices,
by F. P. SALAS.
at Mr. A. Canale's, No. 171 East Bay.
August 29 3
NORTH RIVER HAY.
1 t?{\ BALE8 N. R. HAY?LANDING AND FOR
JLOU sale by H. F. BAKER k CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland-street.
August 30 _2
TO OWNERS OP COTTON.
IN ANSWER TO NUMEROUS INQUIRIES FROM
abroad, we would say that we auk prepared to take
charge of, put In order and ship any lot of COTTON in
thi? States of Georgia, South Carolina or Alabama, as we
have local agents at almont ovory town, and a corps of
most efficient men, selected for integrity, capacity, and
experience, to take charge of every lot.
Wo will also pay all taxes and chargea of every descrip
tion, and make liberal advances on the Cotton. In
short, we will take charg-j of the Cotton on receipts or
orders, and givo the owners no troublo whatever, from
the timo we receive it until sold and returns arc made
by our houJe3.
WATTS, CRANE k CO.,
New York, or
W. C. WATTS k CO..
Liverpool, England.
We invite the especial attention of non-residents to
our facilities.
E. M. BRUCE & CO.
August 30 lmo
A. C. SCHAEFER, ) JAS E. BROWN k CO., )
GEO. Y. BARKER, S No. 33 S. Front Street, }
New York. ) Philadelphia. )
A C. SCHAEFER, Ju-,
COCNEB 1.10HT AMD PRATT HTIlEETfi,
Baltimore.
Ad.olph.us C. Schaefer & Co.,
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commission
MEECHANTS,
NO. Ill WATER-ST., NEW YO UK.
43-EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CONSIGN
MENTS and execution o? orders in New York, Philadel
phia, ?r Baltimore, by either house
August 14_6mo?
JB\ IVIKLCHEJRS,
Deutsche Buch - Handlung,
Wo. 318 Sinn < 25traftr,
eine 2blir oberbaH? ?ecietto * ?tra?e.
Stet? borra'tMfl? 35eutfd)e unb ?naUWe 91.?). Atituw
gen, a?J 3ournal, ?taat?jt!tunn, (intninaheiturtg, ?a*
Fenlaube, ftenlft, fo ?le ?ammlidje i?uflrtte ^eltungu.
?efCv?ftObtldber, BiotUb?iver, <stbreibniale?ialien. Gdjie^
{?tafeln, ?alcnber, IMeberbUdjer, OugenMebriften in gro>
fier ?uiroabl. Deuthte ?efangbilfter, ? ? tt ?liier,
?Ubetb?djer, ?rimm82J}?ljrd)en, tTtoAlnlon Urufoe u.f.tt,
Qngii?A=Xieutf(be ?rief?e?er, S)er amertfanlt<be Hfcmofot,
Hmeritantfdje ?D o Um et [?er, {Ritter? JR?'uber? unb ?elfter
?efeShV.tn, *botograt;bien, ??bet u. f, ?. ?t?o nie?
borratbige ?Udjev, ?erben auf StfteBuna '|a)nea unb bii
lia beforat.
?efa?fMTarten, S3rob> unb WAS>?dttS, ?ntliarlen cc
werben iu billigen greifen gebruelt.
?lnje?aen f?r bte "?bjrfefion ?ol?? Sie??" ?ftbei
tflo. 318 ffingftrafje entgegtn genommen, unb ?erben mi
?eutltben Vettern gefeaf, anjeiaen, bit am nttCyjtei
Sltorgen ertebeinen Ionen, tnUffttt bi? (p?ttfltnJ 6 Ut)
9lad)mittagj eingereiht ?cvben.
W. BR00KBANK3,
PRACTICAL GAS FITTER k PLUMBER
No. 288 King-street,
NEXT LOOR TO F0RT?RB OLD STANJ
Angust?*
NOW LANDING AND IN STORE:
50
BOXES 0HEB8E
r.O ki'Ks Butter
51) ilrklnn Lord
M) barrels assort?-?! Crackers
101 kits No. 1 Mackerel
M barrels ass??rt?xl Sugars
".-> barrel? Whlnky
M tin ums Orai-lter?
.*i0 cases Wolfe Whisky
io cheat* Ten
'? pipe? Gin
1 quarter ?-aalt ?no Brandy.
And for Bale by W. K. OHAFFEE.
August ill _Wo. 41 Hayne-stteet
JOB DAWSON,
No. 90 EAST "B-A.Y.
LANDING PER STEAMERS QCAKElt CITY AND
MO NEK A:
A LARGE AND WELT, SELECTED STOCK OF GRO
CERIES, consisting In part:
100 barrels Choice CANAL FLOUR
60 Ualf barrels Extra Canal Flour
CO boxes English Dairy Cheese
30 firkins dioico Leaf I,ard
10 hhtls. l'rimff P. It. 8ugar
40 barrelH Powdered A, B and C Sugar
30 barrels Choice P. R. Molasses and Syrup
P0 half barrels Choleo F. M. Beef
250 barrels Potatoes, Oulous and Beets
400 boxes Herrings
10 barrels and 20 half barrels No. 0 Mackerel
100 kegs Nails, 4 to 12
10 casks Clmi?-e Family Hams, small sizes
300 boxes Soaps and Starch
GO boxes Cnstlln and Toilot Soaps
20 bags Choice Rio Coffee
20 half chests Hyson and Black Tea
60 quarter and eighth chests Hyson and Black Tea
40 barrels White Wine and Cider Vinegar, Choice
60 boxes Tallow and Ailamantlno Candles
Brooms, Buckets, Twine, papen Snuff, Segars, Scrub
Brushes, Matches, fee., &o.
AU*>,
Fairbanks' PLATFORM and COUNTER SCALES, all
sizes, 2600 to C lbs.
Balantlnc's Cream Ale.
For sale cheap for cash. tilth August 29
IN STORE AND FOR SALE
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
25 cases Goltlon Sherry
150 cases Claret, including tho mOBt superior qualities
of St. Julien. St. Eiitophc. Chateau La Rose, etc
100 cases Rhine Wines, including the most superior
qualities of Hocliheluier, Niorstciner, Rudishci
mer, etc
75 cases Haut Sauterne, including the most superior
qualities o? tho various brands
20 cases Champagn/i, to wit: Marceaux, Heidseick,
Fleur do Champagne
25 cases Ginger Wine
15 cases Blackberry- Wine, which is highly recom
mended for its medicinal qualities
20 cases St. Domingo Wiue
20 ?-asea St. Domingo Punch
25 cases Arrack Punch
60 cases superior Bourbon Whisky
25 cases Bourbon Cocktail
15 ??ses Brandy Cocktail
20 cases extra fine Cognac?vintage 1835
30 canes extra Ann Cognac?Plnot Castillon
25 cases geuuiue Holland Gin
25 cases St. Domingo Ritters
30 bbls. superior Whisky?various brands
2 bbls. Y. P. M. Whisky?IB years old
6 ?piartor casks Old Brandy
2 pipos Union Flag Holland Gin
4 casks Old Pale Sherry
100 dozen Muir's Scotch Alo <
160 bbls. Philadelphia Stock Ale.
At wholesale at
No. 173 East Bay-street,
BY
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
J83- COTTON and all kinds of PRODUCE received in
exchange, for Goods.
Consignments received on sale, and every attention
paid to th?i shipment and forwartling of PRODUCE,
MERCHANDISE, etc._ _August 14_
FAMILY GROCERIES.
308.KING-STREET.308
Between Society and Wentwortli.
J. W. STEINMEYER
KEEPS CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED WITH A
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GRO
CERIES, AND ALL ARTICLES ESSEN
TIAL TO CONVENIENCE AND COM
FORT FOR FAMILY USE.
ALSO,
PORTER, ALES, WrNES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
SEGARS, kc luiD August 10
JUST TAKE A LOOK AT US !
THE ALBION.
Ales, Wines, Liquors and SJpgars.
No. ?5 BROAD.STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PnopniKTOR??WILLIAM H. DOUGLAS and WALTER
PETERS. _lmo August 31
j^ESTAXJR^L?STT,
No. 05 M VRKET-STREET,
BETWEEN MEET/NO AND CIIURCII-STREETS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE THIS METHOD OF RE
TURNING their thanks to the public for the liberal
patronage bestowed upon them, and would also inform
tli'-m that we are always prepared to furnish MEALS at
aU hours. Wo arc also prepared to furnish DINNERS or
SUPPERS to parties on the most reasonable torniB.
August 21_?l}ui* A. R. WIOG k CO.
COOL BLOW HOUSE,
MEETING-STREET ROAD.
THE PROPRIETORS HAVrNG RECEIVED A FRESH
Stock of LIQUORS AND 8EOARS, wish their old
frionds to call on them.
Come take a COOL BLOW?A COOL DRINK?AND
A COOL WALK. August 30
GIVE US A CALL I
MOTTS' SAMPLE ROOMS,
Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
No. 8 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
&***** FREE LUNCH from 11 till 1 o'clock every day.'?*jDC
. pnorniETons :
JOHN MOTT.W. V. MOTT,
August 30_lmo
I"REE COLLATION
SERVED EVERY EVENING AX
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BAR.
Corner King and Society-Streets.
August M
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
CORNER KINO AND 80C1ETY-&T8,
THE ABOVE HOTEL HAS BEEN COMPLETEL!
renovated and refurnished, and 1* now open for tho p?
tronage of the public, under an entirely new manage
mont.
A BAR, fitted up with tho latest and most modern im
provement?, la attached to the House, whore may "alwayi
bo found LIQUORS' of the moat auporlor quality la tin
City.
LIQUOR can be obtained at the table, and will alsc
be furnished in tho rooms at all hours and all ?lays o
the week, If desli-od.
Mr. H. H. PARSONS, formerly connected with tin
Pavilion Hotel, la attached to tho Hotel, and would b
gratified to meet any of hi* old friends.
LORINd & BENHETT, Proprietors,
i Augujta* Saw
PRIVATE SALES.
Vent Fine Draft Honte,
.JAMES L. GANTT
Offen at Private Sal.?, a v.-ry Bac KORRET, IIOBSE.
large und w.-11-iiiadi-: kind in liarin.--., and admirably
mined t>> Buggv or Rockaway. la very ?-;< :itlc, and a re
liable Family ilorsc.
Apply at No. 11 HAY NE-STREET.
August 31 thn2
J ?N lv IN S & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
T E -A. S O N" H, Y 9
PHILADELPHIA,
RESE0TF?7LLY INFORM THEIR OLD SOUTHERN
friends and others, that tli??y continua t<> furnish,
as heretofore, a superior article of TEA. in their neat, con
venient and secure style of metallic packages, containing
quarter, half and one pound each. Also, in caddtei and
original half ? lu?sts.
Orders by mail proir.ptlv executed. Terms CASH.
August:? _ _ Uwtoa?
HATS AT OLD FRIGES !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WILLIAMS & COVERS
No. 11G Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
(Formerly D. R. Wil?iim? ?i Co., No. 101
-">!< < < ing-gt 1 ?if:,
HAVE RESUMED THEIR OLD BUSINESS OF HATS.
CAI'S and STRAW GOODS, at No. 110 MEETINO
BTKEET, next door to Charleston Hotel, whenvthey
will b?s happy to sea their old customers, Mends, and the
public generally.
We aro prepared to supplv the Trade both at Whole
sale and Retail, at old prices.
Merchants viniting tin- city for the purpose of pur
chasing (foods, will find it to their interest to examino
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
D. R. WILLIAMS.HENRY C. COVERT.
AagttBtg _______
CEO. W. WAMS & CO.,
Merchants & Bankers,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Offer for Sale, on Favorable Terms:
1 A A A COILS HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
lUl/V 100 bales Ounnv Bagging
1000 Ucg.? Nails, ;?d. to 12<l.
300 barrels Coffee Sugar. A, B and C
200 bags Rio and Java Coffee
100 barrels Molasses and Syrup
100 boxes Adamantino Candles
100 boxes Tin, best brands
100 boxes Olass
100 barrels Vinegar
100 barrels Copperas
?J0U0 barrels Jarvis' Island Guano.
OOLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES. BONDS, STERLING
and NEW YORK EXCHANGE, bought and sold.
August 2? stiithfi
FAMILY GROCERIES ! !
CHARLESTON STORE,
No. 313 KING-STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW SOCIETY.
JUST RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS, A F?LL
STOCK, CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING AR
TICLES :
POWDERED SUGAR STARCH
CRUSHED SUGAR PICKLES
BROWN SUGAR CANDLES
RAISINS SARDINES
COCOA CHOCOLATE
SALMON MACKEREL
ONIONS POTATOES
BRUSHES BROOMS
FISH HOOKS WOODEN WARE
COTTON CARDS FISH LINES, ETC.
August ?9 tilth*:)*
CHEAP CASH STORE,
No. 42 MARKET-STREET,
NORTH SIDE, NEAR MEETING-STREET.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY,
Brushes, Buckets, Brooms, Tubs, Diamond Oil for
KeroRcne and Union Lamps.
A small lot of SMOKING TOBACCO, and a few KERO
SENE LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS.
August 18_ lmo AUSTIN k ALBEE.
HEATH & CO.,
No. 260 KING-STREET.
JTJST RECEIVED:
SUGAR-CURED PIG HAMH
SUGAR-CURED TIG BACON
TIG SHOULDEltS
WINES, BRANDIES
GIN, BOURBON WHISKEY
ST. CROIX RUM
JAMAICA RUM
CORDIALS, SYRUPS,
ALSO,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, &c, &c.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
J. K. HEATH & GO.
Anglist 14 _ lino
JTJST R?CErV^??D
t BY
CAHILL & COs,
No. 275 KING-STREET:
4? CADDIES G. P. TEA
30 HALF CHESTS Y. H. TEA
30 BAGS RIO COFFEE
45 MATS JAVA COFFEE
50 HALF BBLS. 8YRUP, GOOD c
15 BBLS. SYRUP, GOLDEN
?5 BOXES CHOCOLATE
?5 BOXES SWEET CHOCOLATE
18 BAGS PEPPER, BLACK
O CASES PARAFINE CANDLES, A SUPE
RIOR ARTICLE.
AIM,
I medium size IRON SAFE, almost new.
For sale at lowest prices by
CAHILL & CO.,
No. 375 KING-STREET.
August 11_!_.
S LUMBER! LUMBER!
140,000 FEET LUMBER,
FOR SAXEETLOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE!?
? FOR CASH.
WHITE PINE FLOOB1NG. Tongued and Grooved
White Pine Ceiling, tongued and grooved
Will to Pino Shelving, dressed
White Pino 1,'i inch and a Inch
Whit? Pine ? Board?, inch thick, Bough
2x4 3x4, 3x9,1x6, 4x9, Ac, Door?, gashes and Blindo.
' . ALSO,
ARHortod lot NAILS, and 6 and 7 Inch BPIKES.
All of tho abovo Lumber in weU aoaeoned.
Inquired W. E. BEEVES,
AuQoatSB_6?_Foot Market-street
33. O'NEILL & SONS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES
No. 376 King-Street,
CHAJILE8T0N, S. 0.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LABOR STOCK OF
PINE ?PUR AND WOOL HAT*
AUCTION SALES,
Hoots, Shoes*, Clothing, Ac.
PULEN DRAKE
Will mil THIS DAY, tin? :ilst inst.. nl 10 o'clook, at hi*
sti>r??. corner ?>f Kin? and Liberty-street?,
The i?>llowiiu? well ?olceted GOODS:
72 pairs Men's Patent and Calf CONGRESS GAITERS
24 pairs Mon's Lasting Front Lace Oaitorfl
4? pairs Boy'H Calf Booti
24 pairs Men's extra Uno Strap Shoes
4? pairs Hoy's Calf Dragona
CO pairs Misses' Kid ?ongren Gaiters
120 pairs Men's (loaf Slippers
24 pairs Men's BnlT Oxford Ties
CO pairs Men's But! sud Calf Balmorals
CO pairs Misses (?alter Boots
CO pairs Men's ButT BroganH
120 pairs Ladies' fine Congress Oaiters
48 pairs Ladir?s' Kid and Oaiter Balmorals
24 pairs Men's Calf BootH
1UU pairs Infant's Kid Boots.
A lar?? assortment of Men's and Boy's Clothing.
Undershirts, Drawers, Fancy Cassiincrei, Hosiery, kc.
August :tl
[FOSTFOMKD UN ACCOCNT OF TIIK WKATHF.lt. |
Shoes, Straw Hoods, Dry Goods, <?%?., to close con
slgninents.
BY HIcKAY ?t < A1HPBELL.
THIS DAY, :?Ht insLmt, will he sold, at our Stores
Nos. HO and H_ Haxcl-Htrcet, at 10 o'clock.
Cases Men's White and Colored STRAW HATS; La
dies' Fancy Blaek and White Straw Bonnets, Misses'
Felt Hats; Misses' Straw and Fancy Hats; Children's
Turhans; Fancy Straw Blonds; Fancy Cords, Feathers.
Trimmings, Ac, Ac.
ALSO.
MEN'S SEWF.D BROGANS; La-lies' Balmorals; La
dles' Heeled Bootees: Ladies' Elastic. Gaiters; Misses*
Morocco Bootees; Children's Fancy Shoes, &c., &c.
AMP,
An invoice of HOSIERY; Men's White and Colored.
Cotton Gloves; Silk and Wonted Dresses; Shawls; Irislt
Linen; Printed Satinets: Cassimere Pants; Pins; Pocket
Book?; Money Belts; Pen Knives; Ink; Razor Strops,
kc, kc
AND,
Two PIANOS.
ASD,
Sundry arlieles of FURNITURE; Bedsteads; Mat
tresses; Chairs; Tables: Wire Sate; Double and Singla
Counting House Desks, kc
Conditions ejish. August 31
[rotrrrosnen on accol-st or tub wkatheu..]
Sherry Wine.
BY NcKAY is; CAMPBELL.
THIS DAY. 31st in?t., will be sold ut our Stores, Nos.
HO und 82 Hiiscl-strect, nt 10 o'clock,
! quarter casks Widow Metu's SHERRY WINE, im
ported in 1W?0, and warranted pure.
Conditions cash. August 31
BY MULLIGAN & SON.
THIS DAY, 31st instant, ut the corner King and Society
streets, at 10 o'clock, we will sell,
1 No. 1 TWO-HORSE WAGON.
1 Light Spring Wagon, in good order.
1 Cow, in flue order.
Barrels Codfish.
Sundry articles Furniture.
Dry Goods, Crockery, Tobacco, Schars, kc, kc.
August ill
BY MILLIGAN ai SON.
TO-MORROW, 1st September, at Market Wharf, at 10
o'clock, we will sell,
1 PLEASURE BOAT, ?10 feet long by 7 feet beam, with,
tho anchor, etc., in complete order. August 31
LARGE SALE OF GOVERNMENT CARS
ENGINES AND BAILBOAD IRON.
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55. )
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAILROADS,
Office or Assistant Quajitf.rmasti
Washington, D. C, August 11, 1005.
Will be sold, at CITY POINT, VA., on WEDNESDAY.
October 11, nt 11 o'clock, A. M.,
ABOUT FOClt THOUSAND (40UU) TONS BAILBOAD
I BON.
At PORTSMOUTH, VA., on FRIDAY, October 13, at
12 M.,
FIVE (5) FIRST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES
About Fifty (,r>0) Freight Cars and One (1) Passenger Car.
At NORFOLK, VA., October 10, nt H P. M..
ONE NF.V LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE, 5 loot gnage.
At ALEXANDRIA, VA., on TUESDAY, October 17.
FIFTY (50) FIRST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, i
feet t)>. inch guago
Eighteen (IS) new Platform Cars, five foot gunge
Twcnty-flvc (23) new Box Cars, Uve (!>) foot gunge
About three hundred and fifty (il.iu) Box Cars, 4 feet 8>?
inch gunge
About two hundred and thirty (230) Platform do., 4 feet
8>i Inch gunge
About thirty (30) Stock do., 4 feet 8,i_ inch guago
Twenty (20) Passenger do.. 4 feet 8>i inch gunge
One (1) Wrecking do., 4 feet 8,'i inch guago
Two (2) new Trucks
Sixty (CO) new Trucks, framed
Fourteen (14) Flnts, framed
About two thousand (2000) tons Railroad Iron.
Sale? to commence ut Alexandria, at 10 a. m., and
to continue from day to day until all are sold.
Terms cohIi, in Government tumis.
H. L. ROBINSON,
Brev. Col. anil A. Q, M., U. S. Military Railroads.
August 24___ _ 33
LiARGE SALE OF GOVERNMENT UAIL
ROAD ENGINES AND CARS.
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35. )
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAILROADS,
Office of Assistant Quautermast;
Washington, D. C, August 11, 1865.
Will be sold at MANCHESTER, opposite Richmend, Va.?
on TUESDAY, October 3,
TWENTY-FIVE (23) NEW FIRST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE
ENGINES, live (5) foot gunge, live (."?) foot drivera,
cylinder? 1Cx24 inches, capacity of tank 1900 gallon
Five (3) first-eluss Locomotives, 4 feet 8V? inch gnage
Two hundred and sixty-live (205) new Box Freight Cars?
five foot gnage
Fifteen (IS) new Platform Cars, five foot guago
Ten (10) Freight Cars, 4 feet 8.'i inch gnage.
The sale to continu? from day tu duy until all arc sold
Sale to commence nt 10 o'clock.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
H. L. ROBINSON,
August 24 _ 24 _ J* *- 9o]- nntl A- Q- *_
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAILROADS.
Office of Assistant QuAnTKn.MASTF.R, J
- Wasiiinoton, D. C., July 25, 18?5. )
AUCTION SALE OF ROLLING STOCK.
Will be sold nt PUBLIC AUCTION, to the highest bidder,
the following rolling stock:
On TUESDAY, September 19. at tho Portland Co.'a
S'?-.-p in Portland Maine, Six (C) Locomotive Engines.
On THURSDAY, September 21, at Hinkly k Williams.*
Shop in Boston, Mass., Four (4) Locomotive Engine..
On MONDAY, September 25, at Kcnnett Square, near
Philudelphla, Penn., Fifty (50) Box Freight Cars, four
feet eiglit-aml-a-linir inch gauge.
On WEDNESDAY, September 27, at Wilmington, Del..
Eighty-four (84) Box Freight Cars, five foot gauge.
The ahovc stock is aU new, and of the very best quality.
The Engines nre five feet gunge, five foot drivers, and
cylinders 10x24 Inches. They can bo changed to narrow
gauge at trifling expense.
Sales to commence ut 10 A. M.
Terms; Cash in Government funde
" H. L. ROBINSON,
August 14_90_Brevet Colonel and A. Q. M.
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OrFICE GENERAI. SUr'T W. ASD M. R. R.,)
WlM-WUlWT. N. C, August 24, 1H65. f
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, DAILY"
TRAIN8 will bo run over tho Wilmington and Man
chester Railroad, between Wilmington and Klngvillo.
Leave Wilmington dullvnt.6:00 A. M.
Leave KingviUo daily nt.7:35 P. M
Arrive at Wibnington dally at.3:05 P. M.
Arrive at KlngviUe dally at.1:25 A. M.
There is daily communication North from Wilmington.
by Rail. Thcso Trains connect with Trains on the?
Northeastern Railroad, Chornw and Darlington Railroad,
and Wilmington and Weldon Railroad. They also con
nect at Kiugvinc with a line of Stages for Columbia, and
at Sumter with a lino fer Camelen.
HENRY M. DRANE,
August 21 lno General Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD.
OFFICE NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. >
CflAR-KSTON, August 25,1805, )
ON AND AFTER MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 28TH.
tho PASSENGER TRAINS wUl arrivo and depart
as follows :
Leave Charleston. 0.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.11.00 A. M.
The Tri-Wcekly Trains will continuo until Friday, 1st
September, when dally trips wlU bo resumed.
a a SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
A-gustg t _10
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS*
JUST RECEIVED,
PER RECENT ARRIVALS, A LARGE ASSORTMENr 0B"
BROOMS
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
BRUSHES, CORDAGE, TWINES, ko.
Attention of Retailers especially called.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 Eaat Bay,
August 28 One door North Cumberland-stwot.
TIMBER WANTED
AT
TORRE'S STEAM SAW MILL.
TUJP?SB ?i ITBEIiB-.
AugutfJ? 6*

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