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V?I_. L...NO. 30.
OHABliESTON, S.O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1865.
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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
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-HF. MEXICAN QUESTION SAID TO HAVE BEEN DISCUSS
ED IN CADINET MEETING?A SCENE BETWEEN BEW
AllD AND HARLAN?JUAREZ NOT TO BE SUri'OllTE-,
ETC., ETC.
[From the Courrier des Etais Unis, Sept. 8.]
We have received from Washington tho following
dispatch :
Tho Mexican question was discussed nt the Cab
inet meeting held on Tuesday, and which was pre
aidc?l ovor by President Johnson. All tho mem
]ber8 present expressed themselves fnvorablo to
tho statu quo except Mr. TTarlan, Secretary of the
Interior, who desired that Juarez should at least
bo indirectly supported. Quite a lively scene took
place between Mr. Seward and Mr. Harlan, the
premier telling Mr. Harlan that he sacrificed the
true interests of tho country to the love of vain
popularity; that it was not dignified for this Gov
ernment to nid Juarez indirectly, and that it was
not advantageous to support him openly. Prisi
flcnt Johnson fully agrees with the view? of the
Secretary of State, and declared that he regretted
the speech of Mr. Harlan made some time since
in public; and that moinbcrs of tho cabinet ought
never to forget that their words are alwnys con
Htrucd as having been inspired by the Government.
He would lose no opportunity to' disavow any such
inconsiderate speeches the same as he hail disa
vowed Sheridan's views by reducing his army two
thirds".
Mr. Johnson, when the meeting was about hrcak
ingup, said that ho would not do ter mine upon a
fixed policy toward Mexico before the meeting of
Congress, when ho would discuss in Ii?h messcgo
whatever might seem best for the country. It is
evident that tho President is animated with the
same pacilic feelings as Mr. Howard and the ma
jority of tho eabinot.
If it is true that Jnarez has evacuated Chihuahua,
and is obliged to take refuge in tbo ~< > ?tea S'.atos,
the resumption of official relations with Mexico
will be considerably facilitated.
The telegraph informs the conutry that H. Grec
le.y spent all day Monday in a fruitless endeavor to
gain an interview with President Johnson. Con
servative people will take heart at this announce
ment. It is another step in the right direction.
The firBt was the kicking out of 'Wendell rhillipa
and his watering-pot.
It lias been a rare occurrence in the country's
history during LLs last five years, to find a radical
of the Grccloy stripe taking "a whole day to get into
the White House. Such men usually walked in
without waiting even to send in their names. They
mado themselves perfectly at homo around the
Presidential mansion. Phillips, with his water
ing-pot, UBedto "drop in" whenever he thought
the executive fungus needed a little dampening.
Greeley, with his emancipation proclamation, and
his plans for elevating his African brother, was in
the habit of calling around whenever he thought
the Presidential vertebra? needed strengthening.
Beecher used no ceremony around the White
House, but made himself "familiarly at home.
Sumner had the entree and used it ad libitum.
And so on with all tho rest. When a radical made
his appearanco at the White House, he walked in,
and .tue rest of the nation and the world waited in
the ante-room.
Wc think tho country is tolerably safe. Phillips
has retired, with his watering-pot, in permanent
disgTiBt. Greeley spends a whole day to get iu, and
fails. Beecher carries his chit-chat to some other
market. The secession rebellion is suppressed,
and now Mr. Johnson is turning his attention to
the radical rebellion. He has routed, General
Phillips, and now, after a twelve hours fight, ho
he lias laid out General Greeley. LausBeo!?
Cliicago paper.
New Youk and Havre Steamship Company.?
Wednesday was the day appointed and advortised
for tho sale of tho well known and popular steam
ers Arago and Fulton. The auctioneers wore,
however, notified to withdraw tho sale, m the man
agers of the old company, entitled the New York
and Havre. Steamship Company, in view of tho
future business offered to them, consider it too
much of a sacrifico to permit the salo of the
steamers on the terms agreed upon at tho last
meeting of the stockholders. The surplus of the
company on hand is stated at $380,000 cash, which,
on tho capital sttfek of $700,000, would give to tho
stockholders, if divided, 53} per cent, dividend; of
this amount about $200,000 will be expended in rc
fiairs and equipments. With additional strength
ho steamers will be more seaworthy and valuable
than at any time since they were built, and, in re
gard to the comfort and luxury on board for pas
sengers, both will be much increased. The amount
of $200,000 to be expended will be the outside
.figuro for both steamers, thereby leaving a sur
plus o? hand of about $180,000. Tho passenger
*nd freight trade to Europe, whioh was always
fully up to the complement, will now be greater on
account of the increased room and the continua
tion of tho two popular captains, Wbttou and
Gadsden, who are both financially interested in
the undertaking.
These steamers have been in the service of tho
Government about four years, and have realized
to the stockholders handsome dividends half year
ly. They have also done the Government servico
Justice: have not had an accident; have taken
hre'e blookado-runncrs, although only employed
in the transport servico. When in tue regular
Havre trade they realized every year twenty per
cent., with tho exception of one year, when thoy
mado only eighteen percent, dividend: and during
the whole of the period in that trade they neither
had an accident nor was detained one trip. The
estimated cost of cither of these steamers to
Jniild, at the prisent day, is over $700,000.?New
York Herald.
TitE Weed-Beaiu Quarrel.?ThurlowWced ar
rived in town to-day, to gather matorial for his
forthcoming reply to Montgomery Blair, in which
he will givo tho promised history of Secretary
Howard's views and actions on tho evacuation of
Fort Somier. Mr. Blair is, also, training his guns
for ? ?hot at Mr. Weed.
Between the two no little amount of tho .secrets
of the early days of Mr. Lincoln's cabinet is ex
pected to come out.
.-??? "
New Cotton in Alabama. ? Tho first halo o!
yew,cotton was sold in Montgomery. August 29th,
for 35c. It was classod strict middling. The first
bale ofcotton in Mobile, on Auguet Met, brought
?Gc, It wae classed fair,
The OU -'racine?.
A year ago?Hint is in 1801?tho amount of the
oil product or petroleum, was six thousand barrels
per day. The territory worked for this purpose
was in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Western Virginia,
with a well here and there in each. This average
supply fell off up to April in this year to two thou
sand barrels, und by the following June, as the
Oil News informs tho public, tho diminution of
supply and price becamo so disheartening to ope
rators that some of the. oil regions were almost or
entirely abandoned, and tho general impression
wont abroad that the commerce of the article had
figured its last. Iu the early part of Juno, how
over, new discoveries were made, and the present
petroleum furor dates from that period.
It appears now that Western Pennsylvania yields
six thousand six hundred and lifty-tivo barrels per
day?Ohio live hundred aiitl twenty barrels?West
Virginia one thousand ono hundred and forty
Kentucky three hundred and twenty?California
twenty, and other sections fifty barrels?giving an
aggregate of eight thousand seven hundred and
live barrels of crude oil. A year's operations
at this rate would figure up the enormous sum of
three millions ono hundred and Bovciity-scvcn thou
sand three hundred and twenty-five barrels, worth,
at present prices, nearly seventeen millions of dol
lars.
Should the ratio of increase of the past two
months bo continued, says tho paper from which
wo have quoted, and which furnishes tho data,
tho cud of tho year will find tho average daily
yield to be thirteen thousand barrels. This is
predicated on the new and promising regions that
are being found out and developed. Illinois, Mis
souri, Kansas, Tennessee, Georgia, Michigan,
Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa and Alabama, arc all
supposed to contain oil, and companies have been
formed, and aro still forming in those States to
prosecute the enterprise with all requisite energy.
As many as one thousand of these associations arc
now in existence. Tho crude material brings at
this time five dollars and a quarter at the well, and
thirteen thousand barrels per day would bring the
handsome sum of ?ixly-eight thousand dollars and
over.
Nor is the heavy supply likely to depress the
present quotation. England has iucroascd her
consumption from ten million gallons to over
thirty millions in three years; and will tako one
hundred millions nest vc?>-, if that amount can bo
furnished at reasonable figures. The article is
an excellent lubricator, and for burning purposes
has already passed into general use. In this State,
and the neighboring States of Kansas and Illinois,
the oil indications are said to be exceedingly tlat
tering. One point, where the sign is good, is on
Cahokia creek, a few miles, only, east of this city,
and another in the immediate vicinity of Alton.
Specimens of petroleum are in the city, taken
from the springs in Tennessee, bordering on the
Kentucky line. Petroleum is a new and import
ant commodity in tho commercial market, and
Miniciently valuable,on account of its adaptability
to various uses, to insure quick sales.
Tho New Orleans correspondent of the Boston
Adceriittr says:
Government has in fact made very little by its
confiscations. MeClure, the defaulting quarter
master here, tempore Banks, turned over boventy
livc dollars as the total net proceeds of the sales
of all the splendid Faris-madc furniture, gold and
silver plate, and infinitude of vnluablo things
which were taken from the houses of rich absen
tees and registered enemies of New Orleans, and
Judge Ihirell, of tho United States District Court,
says that the net proceeds of the confiscation sales
of property adjudged to the United State? iu his
court will not exceed $100,000. This, you will
recollect, includes R_eh properties aa tlio ri~ht
hundred valuable city lots of John Slidell, with
many a splendid store and family residence upon
thorn. Harpies, who have done nothing but make
money out of both parties during the war, profit
by confiscation; the Government does not.
-? ? ?
Gen. McPiieiison.?An effort is being made in
the West to raise funds to erect a monument to
Gen. McPhekson, of the Federal army. A Chicago
paper speaks of him as follows :
McPherson was the Bayard of the Western
army, and was a chevalier sans peur et sans re
proche. No man ever drew a sword who was inner
than this young officer iu purpose and morals; and
no man ever breasted the oursting battle-storm of
leaden death who did it more gallantly. His soul
was as void of fear as it was pure in thought, and
his excellence in these respects was only equalled
by the elegance of his bearing and the finished
courtesy of Ids manners.
?-?
We think it was Calhoun who, in combating the
idea that "all men are created equal," asserted as
a truth, equally self-evident, that "men are not
born men, but babes." Mrs. Senator Kato Chase
Sprague, it seems, had a baby a short time ago.
for which praiseworthy action she was presented
with $500,000 by her mother-in-law, who also made
a settlement of $100,000 on tho young Sprague.
Hia birth was therefore "eqnal" to $000,000 for
himself and his mother. There arc not many of
the "muling and puking in their nurse's arms"
fraternity who arc ushered into this world with
"equal" 'chances for "tho pursuit of happiness"
with this fortunate juvenile. His mother was pre
sented with $500.000 because he was a boy. It seems
that in Ttliodo Island, as in Massachusetts, girls
aro at a heavy discount; and yet it was necessary
for him. if born at all, to have a mother, as it was
for the lady donor who showed herself so partial
to his sex. Her largess would imply that Jeffer
son's "glittering generality" did not include
women, though "they are no whit inferior to men."
Wo commend her pirtiality to the careful attention
of the strong-minded.
-? ?
The "Old War Horse," Lieutcnant-Gen'l Long
street, lato of tho Confederate army, arrived in
this city yesterday, says the Mobile Advertiser,
1th inst., and was stopping at the Battle House.
A host of old friends called to see tho General and
shake him by the hand.
The inelegant soubriquet of "Bull of the Woods,"
was usually applied to him by the boys of his fa
mouB corps. Blankets were scarce in tho winter
of'03,-ami there was much suffering among his
men in consequence. He caused an order to be
issued requiring the men to build fires when the
command would halt at night, and when tho
ground had become sufficiently warm, they were
directed to take the coals and ashes away and go
to sleep upon tho warm spot, and cover with then
only blanket. Ho had sonn- original ideas, cer
tainly..?Attarda Intelligencer.
??>
GovEnNon BnouoK, of Ohio.?During Governor
Brougli's sickness he was almost literally cut to
piece?. Eight regular surgical operations were
performed on him, besides the opening of three
carbuncles and no less than twonty-flvo abscesses.
But tho gangrenous ulcers hauled' the skill of tho
Burgeons, although tho entire portion of the foot
from tho outside of the anklo joint to tho centre
of the sole had been laid bare, the knife froelv
used and the whole litorally cauterized with nitric
acid. The Governor boro these terrible opera
tions with great heroism. For the moot part he
rofusod to take chloroform, telling the surgeon,
"when yon got ready to out. tell mo, and then
cut," watching tho operation without a groan.
The Fenians and Ireland_The Fenians ap
pear to be spreading all over the,'country?so wo
infer from the numerous demonstrations thoy aro
having, especially wost and southwest. Wo have
hardly oponed our Illinois, Indiana or Missouri
exchanges of late without seeing a notice of a
mooting. An address from tho " Head Contre"
(whatover that may be) of Illinois baa boon for
warded to us, from which we learn that all the ar
rangements aro perfected for establishing a'Pro
visioual Government in Ireland soon, said govern
ment to be backed up by -OtXOOfi men. Th_> money
to engineer that forco must be considerable. Let
tho Fenians seo to it that it is in hotter keeping
than tho famous " Sliovegamnion" fund.
[N. Y. Erpresfi.
. ?H
The Mobile and Ohio Railroad is reported run
ning direct from Mobile to Corinth, and thonco to
Memphis;
VAUIOU ITEMS.
coMrn.Lii r.xi-r.i *m.y ivI: tub daily news.
A heated terni "Yo-.-.rV a liar, .sir !*'
(Icnural BleCloUan is ?a Dresden.
Every cnir in Europe is in a muiri?j panic.
A darned good invention?tho knittii.- machine.
Julia Denn Ilisyiu" is tho slar of the ".??dt Lake
theatre.
Tho hat factory in Amhorst makes 900,000 hats
per unnum.
Tho fino is ?mo dollar and costs for shaving in
Connecticut on ?Sunday.
Ono of tho big incomes in Newport, R. I., in that
g inconi
I, $177,
of John R. Ford, $177,100.
A wiso policy?a policy of Lifo Insurance, in
these railroad slaughtering timen.
There in a. lemon plaguo in Sicily. So there is
hero?the price.
A oakoof gold, worth nearly ?5000, was recently
got at Victoria Heel", llcndigo.
The regular army is rupidly filling up?with
rations.
Is not tho negro a man and a brother ??K. Y.
Independent.
He may bo your brother or half-brother?lie ia
no relation of ours.?Louisville Journal.
The Tycoon of Japan recently exhibited himself
to the "foreigners at Kanagawu.
"Women make shoe? at Havorhill, and arc said
to be expert workwomen.
There were 14,344 soldiers buried in Nashville,
Tenn., during tho war.
The bolters in Ohio will be left A. Long distance
behind in the election.
Tho fear of cholera drove 10,000 people from
Barcelona.
Unnecessary talk is aptly termed "windwork "?
at the West,
At a meeting of the coal dealers of Boston, on
Tuesday, the price of coal was raised to $13 per
ton.
The iron-clad rams arc nearly uhoIohb in a storm.
A ram can'i- contend with tho weather.?Prentice.
Tho fare on the city railroad in Louisville is only
two and a half cents.
Washington dispatches inform us that ex-Go
vernor Brown has dood pardoned.
How the money goes ! The iron-clad Tonawan
da, which has cost its weight in gold, will prove a
total failure. Miscalculations throughout.
Chicago papers sny thoii- city is at the mercy of
rats. Do tlu-y refer to the present fashion of
dressing the hair of the fair sex??Taun. tiaz.
A lady in Philadelphia fell from a buggy, hit
the back of her henil, and would have dashed her
brains ont but for her waterfall.
Augusta, G a., yielded $1:1,500 internal revenue
in live days. Augusta must have perspired to do
it.
Mr. Qnilp was very much insulted, recently, by
the offer of a fifty dollar bill, but concluded to
pocket tin; affront.
The topographical engineers of the Spanish
army are preparing a collection of plans to illu?
tvate Ci-esur's campaigns in'Spain, which they pro
pose to send to Hit! French Emperor.
During the past wook 10?! canal boats left Cum
berland. Md., with ]0,9H1 tons of coal, in addition
to 4,027 tons shipped via Baltimore anil Ohio RaLl
road.
The capital of the Hudson River Bailroad is
{4,000,000, and the road is 144 miloe long. The
Company rtinH 07 engines, 140 passenger and bag
gage Cars, ami 073 f? ci?h*. gitru.
A man ninety years old was robbed in New York
of $50, which he had laid aside to buy a coffin
with. The Providcnco 'Journal thinks lie will
hardly bo able now "to pay the debt" of nature.
There- was a gay fancy mashed ball at New Hnrt
ford recently, and Miss Clara Louiso Kellogg, the
prima donna, was there in a French fancy cos
tunic of the time of Louis XIV.
Tho houBekcoper of Mr. Stranahan. of Philadol
pliia, stole hiH keys while he was sleeping, took
tl 1,000 from his safe, and left her situation. She
was found?but not the money?in New York.
A new boulevard ia to be opened in Paris from
the Seine to Bagnolet, and another from the Quai
ilc Jevol to the Eue Leblanc. Both of these bou
levards are to be finished by next spring.
If the Nation means to continue publishing long
Argumentative Articles about Nothing, we beg to
suggest that its title be changed to the Ratioci
naTion.?Saturday Press.
The new part of Dr. Colenso's work on the Pcn
tatouch critically examines tho Bot'it of Joshua,
and has three appendices, viz : I. On the Iuraeli
tish Origin of the Sanctuary at Mecca; II. On the
Psalms, in reply to tho Rev. J. S. Perownc and the
Bishop of Ely; III. on the Phoenician Origin of the
name IAO.
Tho newest thing out is "plumpers" for hollow
cheeked damselB. The "plumper' is made of por
celain, pear-shaped in form, ilat on one side and
bulging out on tho other. They fit on tho inbido
of the cheeks, giving a round, plump appearance;
hence, doubtless, their name.
A bull got loose last week in New York, and first
had a fight with a policeman, who used up a locust
club and six shots of a revolver in the contest,
and was twice teased into the air. Pursuing Ids
way through Greenwich-street, the animal tossed
a boy through a second story window, stripped a
crinoline from a young lady, and finally sank from
the effects of tho wounds ho liad received.
The spectacle of a bull fight has hist been
exhibited in the vast Roman amphitheatre of
Nismca (Gard.) More than 10,000 spectators, a
large proportion of whom were women, enjwed
the carnage for upwards of four hours. Five
horses wero cmbowellcd by the bulle, and six of
these latter were tortured with explosible darts,
and then when excited to a paroxysm of fury,
dispatched with Bworda.?Paris Paper.
The posthumous manuscripts of the great
French politician, Talleyrand (contained in tlirco
large cascB, labelled respectively "MemoireH,"
"Pieces Justificative," and -Correspondence"),
which wero not to be published until 1868, thirty
vears after his death, will not bo published until
twenty years after that date?viz, 1888. They
were bequeathed by tho Duchess de Di?o, Talley
rand's niece, to M. de Baconrt, who has lately died,
leaving a will postponing the publication as above.
Last winter, beforo the public announcement
was m ado that tho Koans were coming to this
country*, Mr. Greeley (H. G.) told a friona that
Ellen Tree was likely to nay us a visit. "What!"
said the friend; "Eilon Tree?I thought she wob
dead. Her death was reported six years, and tho
statement nover contradicted!" "Well, replied
Greeley, "theoretically she has been dead. She
has resided in Australia, and that, you know, 1b a
future state."?K. Y. Corr, Chicago' Tribune.
Spite of the declarations of tho Pope that he
would leave the cholera to Providence, every pre
caution has been takon in Romo; great cloauliiicau
enforced, and a strict surveillance exercised over
the salo of meat and vegetables. Tho Lago, or
flooding of the Piazza Navona. has also been for
bidden this year, lest tho exhalations might provo
?irojudicial to the puhlio health, and isolated wards
l-we been prepared in moBt of tho great hospitals
for tho reception of any chance cases.
The Wateiitown Absenal.?Tho amonntof work
dono at tho U. 8. Arsenal at Watertown, for the
year ending May 1st, is reported au follows :
Gun carriages made, 177; caissons,95; fortress
gnu carriages, 148; mortar bees, 213: platforms,
50; apparatus for mounting guns, 31; sling carts,
50; sets infantry accoutrements, 25,501; rounds of
field ammunition, 83,000; musket cartridges, 27,
000,000;onusket bullets, 290,000 lbs.; furaosfor mor
lars, 66,000. Number of hands employed, 680.
_-?>-?
Finsi Cargo or MAi?o aFk?it.? Thebark Yonng
Turk, Captain Harding', sailed from Malaga about
21st ultimo, with- the.first cargo of fruit for Bos
ton. Tho first comer is surb to reap' a rich har
vest. The prices paid cvon by jobbrt-a is usually
remarkable, and in only oxwlfou by ?i? ultimate
consumers.
STYLES & CARTER,
OH Ml-S?oT H ERCn ANTS,
AGENTS FOR
Orleans Lin? of Southern Packets,
NO. 1.) Vnnderliorst Wharf,
?'"iKl CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. II. ROBSON k CO., AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
Advances m mit; on consignments.
Rortprahcr 4 _____ lmo
ZIMMERMAN DAVIS,
[LATE OF THE FIRM OF ADAMS, FROST & CO.)
Has resumed tho
FACTORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS,
OFFICE FOR THE PRESENT
Cor. Actommoilatlon AVlmrf mid East Buy.
Will attend to Hie nalo of COTTON. RICE, or any oilier
PRODUCE, in thin or any foreign market. Also, to the
PURCHASE AND SHIPPING OF COTTON. Will also
RECEIVE AND FOR\V*ARD GOODS.
September '.i Imo*
JAS. B. C?HILL,
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines & Liquors,
No. 171 Broad-street,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.
September 1 Unios
R. M. MARSHALL,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND.
No. :t:i Umail-iitre.-t. Attendu to the BUYING
AND SEI.LINO OK REAL ESTATE. FURNITURE, kc,
(ce. Also to the RENTING of HOUSES. September?
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DC.VI.En8 IS
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
YANK E 3_ N OTIONS,
No. 41 Hayne-street,
4 RE NOW RECEIVING THEIR FALL AND WIN
J\_ TER STOCK, to which they invite theatt? ntion ol
Dealer??. inio September 7
GIIAESER "'& SMITH,
COTTON FACTORS,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
(OFFICE FOR THE PRESENT AT No. Hfi EAST RAY.]
rpiIE UNDER8IONED HAVE RESUMED THEIR BU
I B1NE8S connection, ?if. alinvo lnili.-atcil, ?mil will
Hell or p_rchaso on Commission COTTON, NAVAL
STORK-, AND PRODUCE OENERALLY.
Orders for Goods executed at lowcut pri?es. Advances
made on e.onni)?nment-forHaluin this or foreign markets.
C. A. GRAESER.A. SYDNEY SMITH.
REF-IU'.HCES.
Messrs. G. W. WILLIAMS k CO.; Messrs. JOHN
eraser A: CO. 12*_September H
J. M. EASON,
COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 9 EXCHANtfE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
September 8 lino
WILLIS& CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS,
OFFICE, MILLS HOUSK,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, 8ALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) ot
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER, NAVAL STORES; to tlio
Collection of Drafts, Purchase and Sale of all Securities.
Consignments of vessels solicited.
BEFEHB TO:
Messrs. JOnN FRASER k CO.. Charleston. 8. C.
Messrs. GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Charleston. 8. C.
Messrs. PENDERGAST, BROS. & CO., New York.
GEO. HCHLEY, Esq., Augusta, Oa.
T. 8. METCALF, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. CLARK, DODGE it CO., Now York.
Messrs. MURRAY k NEPHEW, Now York.
Messrs. E. W. CLARK k CO., Philadelphia, Penn.
Messrs. PENDERGAST, FENWICK _ CO., Baltimore,
Md.
Messrs. 8AM'L HARRIS k SONS, Baltimore, Md.
49? The Columbia Phoenix will publish every other
day for one month, and other South Carolina papers
weekly for the same period of time, and send bills to thla
Hire. August 14
BOWERS k SILCOX,
Brokers, -A-uetioneers,
AND _
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
?S-WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE
OF COTTON, BICE, DRY GOOD8 AND GROCERIES.
Also, their attention wlU be given to SALES OF FUR
NITURE, REAL ESTATE, Ac.
Office for the present, at No. 238 KING-STREET.
August 3 0 lino
JEFFERS & CO.,
FORMERLY COTHBAN, JEFFERS & CO.,
GENERAI.
C-minlftaion,Reeelvlng & Forwarding* Agents,
ORANGEHUnO, 8. C.
Special attention given to Receiving and Forwarding
Cotton and Merchandise.
September 0 13*
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.,
CIIARIiEBTOAT.
OFFICE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
Long known o? IL? Firm ot lothraii, -of
fer? St Co.,
OFFER THEIB 8ERVIOE8 TO RECEIVE AND 8ELL
Cotton and other Merchandise; receive and forward
goods, and buy supplies for Farmers and Merchants.
September 13 6*
_P? H. KEGIjEKov
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BRANDIES, WHS & WARMS,
AND
GENERAL AGENT
for
PHILADELPHIA STOCK ALES,
173 East Bay.
September _
TfiOUT k AMSBURY,
T. B. Trout.Oliver Anihhnry.
DEALERS IN LIME AND RUILDING MATEHI
AI.8 O EN EU ALI, V. Ah?., II \Y AND PRODUCE,
UONKIUNMENHOF VKHHELH AND MERCHANDISE
are rcspectlully solicited, anil tin- utiii.isl :itt. iilion paid
to all burines? entrusted to our rare. uni... at
No. aUCUMRERLAND,
September Id litio _ NEAR ciUHiil-s'lRKET.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
KING aTcisSIDEY,
Wholosalo Druggists,
No. 151 MEETINCi-STItEKT,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
Ohorleaton, s. c.
E P. KING, M. D., 1 ?f v- ,-?
jebS* cassidey. 1 0l No- Ca
September 1 lmo*
DOUG LAS & MILLElC
House, S:pn and Steamboat Painters,
GI.A7.IERS, i.e..
iVb. 21 STATE-STREET, NEAR CHALMERS.
ESTIMATE- GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF FAINTING.
SION PAINTING at tlie. shortest notice. ButUHngR
Reglasod. All work promptly attended to. and done In
th?; best manner at the lowest possible rates for cash.
WM. DOUGLAS.WH, C. MILLER,
Late with Cannait ?c Briggs.
September 13_ lmo _
LAND SURVEYORS OFFICE.
No. f.l (West Side) St.'Phllip-st., Charleston,
TWO DOOItH HELOW VAJiDEIUIOnRT-STREET.
joHisr a.. michel.
HOURS OF CONSULTATION FROM 0 .1. St., TO 2
I'. IT., AXD FROM 4 TO ? P. it.
PARTIES WHO HAVE LOST OR MISLAID THEER
Pl.its can have, them duplicated by applying as above.
A liberal discount to Attorney* at Law und the Pro
fession. All Oftlce Work and Patent Othee Drawings
properly executed.
TERMS CASH. i*_September 14
H?WE, BOUGHT & CO.,
Commission Merchants
Ship ?'handlers and ilrocers,
No. 1.11 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
C. IIOWK, JI?.P. M. DO-CP?.-. C. HOWE,
c. & ?Th?we,
Coi-iriii^sioii Merchant*?,
No. 71 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
C. now?, .in.K. c. iiowp.
Consignments .solicited. Prompt attention given to
?airs of Merchandise. Produce purchased on Commis
sion, and liberal advances made.
Refer by permission to Blow?. ESNBl Swift k Co.,
No. H8 Broadway; Jxo, M. Smith.- Sos ?: Co., No. 122
Broad-tt.; Kemp, Day k Co., Ko. 118 Wall-st. ; Thomab
k llKNUAM, No. 108 llroad-st., N. Y. Gnu)* August _*
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SHIP k STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 12(J AND 128 MEETING-STREET
Charleston, s. C.
EDMUND A. SOUDER k CO.. Philadelphia. Pcnn
LIY1NGSTON. FOX k CO.. ARents. Neu- York
F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent, Oran^-bnr?, S. C.'
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENT??
AllRllKt 15 ?*
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
REAL ESTATE In any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE. RENTLNG, RE
PAIKING, Ac. OF CITY PROPERTY. August 22
HEMOT BROTHERS,
General Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Will give their attention to the purchase and sale of Mer
chandise and Produce of every description.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON SOLICITED.
J. R. HERIOT, Jit.B. M, HERIOX
UK-Swan:
WM. B. HERIOT A: CO.. Charleston, 8. C.
HARMOND HULL A: CO., New York.
DEMEREST _ WYGANT, Now York.
JNO. SLEIGHT, Poughkeepsle, N. Y.
September 1 lmo
T. A. JKKKOnDS.HZSIIY KIItCK.
T. A. JEFFORDS & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Cor. Main-street ami the Railroad,
ORANGEBURG, 8. C.
T. A. JEFFORDS, for many years connected with the
house of Jomn _ Co., would solicit from bis friend
in the City and Country, part of the Forwarding busi
ness. He promises to give all business entrusted to bis.
care Iiis personal attention ; and, having a largo Store
house within three yards of the depot, can always (when
wagons arc not present) store the goods at small expense
to the owners. wfm 20 September 6
RICHARD ALLISON^
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 90 BEEKMAN-STBEET,
NEW YORK.
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE SOLD ON COM
MISSION. General Merchandise purchased and
forwarded to order. lmo* _August 18
F. B.Chldcater....E. 01. Prttoltard.
JERSEY CITY
PLANING MILLS.
CHIDESTER & CO.
WOO? MOULDINGS, ARCHITRAVES,
HANI) RAILS, BRACKETS, TRUSSES
AKD
Inside Trimi-iing?
Of ever}- description on hand and made to order,
SCROLL SAWIN? & WOOD TURNINti,
Nos. 1? Si 14 WAYSE.STREET,
CORNER GREENE, JERSEY CITY.
September 8 lmo
A. C. 8CHAEFER, ) JAS E. BROWN k CO.,)
GEO. Y. BARKER, [ No. 33 8. Front Street, [
New York. J Philadelphia. J
A. O. 8CHAEFER, Jb.,
COD.--R LtailT AKD PRATT BTUEF.Tg,
Baltimore.
Adolplius C. Schaefer & Co_^.
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commission:
MERCHANTS,
NO. Ill WATER-ST., NEW YORK.
??-EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR COfSBIGN
ME.W8 and execution of orders In New York, I'hllartd
pffl?. or DalUincre, by either house?
August M ??no*

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