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8 . CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MARCH 14.1886._
PROLIFIC COTTON SEED.
1 f\f\ BUSHELS FOB 8ALE BY
XUU E. H. RODGERS A CO..
Adgcr's North Wharf.
j March 14_wfm3
t,%f\f\ BBLS. WARRANTED PURE GYPSUM.
?j\J\J Now landing, and for sale by
* B. 8. RHE rT k SON,
March IC_0_No. 125 East Bay.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
TTTE REFER THE TRADE AND FARMERS TO G.
TT A. LIEBIG'S analysis of this valuable SUPER
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, which, from its large propor
? ?Son of Bone and Ammonia, is certainly the best in tho
G. A, LIEBIG says:
"The sample represents an article I have no hesita?
tion in pronouncing to be of a superior quality, and
Which cannot fall of success."
W. R. GRIFFITH & Mo El. Ul NEY,
No. 22 Commerce-street, Agents.
AA MEXICAN GUANO and GROUND BONE, lower |
than any other in the market.
Address D. GAM BRILL, at Taft A Howland's, East |
JBay, Charleston, for Circular, ic. Imo March lt
COMBINING THE BAKER'S ISLAND fPH08PHATTO)
GUANO, rich in Bona Phosphate, Phosphoric Acid,
?md other Organic Matter, with No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
Which contains a large per ceutage of AMMONIA, uniting
the two most valuable Guanos kuown, in proper pro?
portions, producing a mott effective, rich and profitable
Jertilizer, of more lntrintio vatua, and at a much Uss
price, than the pure Peruvian. Possessing a large pro?
portion of Bone Phosphate, soluble Phosphoric Aoid
and Animal Matter, which emichos the land Instead of
v-^hausting it, while its combination with me Peruvian
aiuano, adding sufficient Ammonia, with the process
Of manufacturing, renders it at once ACTIVE, and ready
tobe absorbed by all plants, and adapted to all climates
and soils, and equally applicable tc the Cotton and To?
bacco of the Hon th as the censal and vegetable crops of the
North and Western States.
This 8UPERPHOSPHATE has taken the First Pre
atrium in Europe, where it is extensively used for pro?
ducing Early and Rotary Crops.
For sale by J. N. UOBSON.
March 12_mwf3_No. G2 East Bay.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
PRICE REDUCED-862.50 CASE
?65 PAYABLE BY FACTORS' ACCEPTAN?
CES IN NOVEMBER.
WARRANTED TREE FROM ADULTERATION. 150
to u00 lbs. per acre will produce full crops, and
on tiamby add to the f rtillty of the soil.
H. W. KINSMAN,
?OLE AGENT FOB MAPES' NITROGENIZED PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME,
March 10 Imo No. 279 King-street.
SUPER PHOSPHITE OF LIME,
"DELNG MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS AND IN
MI the mort improved manner, it ls recommended to
lie public as a superior article. For Rale by tho Agents,
E. H. RODGERS k CO.,
February 19 mwflmo Adder's North 'Vharf.
COTTON, CORN. RICE AND TRENCHING HOES
OVENS. POTS AVD SPIDERS
TEA ti ET TLE3 AND SAUCE PANS
STEEL CORN MILLS
HAND-MILL ST ? S ES
PLO? >H3, TRACE CHAINS, COTTON PLOW
HAM SS, COLLARS
TUR "ENTINE TO JLS.
Jaat received, a geod assortment, for salo at wholesale
-nd retail, at t?. B, MARSHALL'S,
No. 310 King-street,
Third door below Society.
Agent NATIONAL AIMS REVOLVER. Sold at Fae
Ory Wholesale Prices. March 13
Per sehr. Sarah L. Simmons,
A DESIRALE ASSORTMENT OF
WALNUT HUMBER SUITS.
AN ELEGANT SELECTION OF
BUKE A US, TABLES,
FOR SALE RY
ARCH1B1M) GETTY & CO.,
"Hos. l'-*6 AND 188 MEETING-STREET,
WAREHOUSES, Nos. 53 AND 55 HASEL STREET.
COEN, OATS, HAY, BEAN,
FLOUR, WHISKEY, K1CE, ?Sic.
j/\/v/\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
4v/\J\J 1000 bushels Yellow Corn
3000 bushels Heavy New York Oats
300 bales Prime North River Hay
2000 bushels Heavy Bran
2C0 barrels Extra Flour
50 barrels Super Flour
60 barrels Gibson's celebrated Whiskey-various
30 barr?le Common Rectified Whiskey
15 casks Primo Carolina Rico.
A full supply of fresh ground Grist and Meal, with a
choice selection of Groceries, for sale at reasonable
prices, by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite Stato street.
RICE, TAE, COTTON SEED7&?.
A f\ CASKS WHOLE AND MIDDLING RICE
?XXJ 50 barrels Tar
75 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed
90 bushels Rice Flour
600 sacks Liverpool Salt
120 bushels Seed Rice.
For sale by SHACKELFORD A FRASER,
March 14 2 Boyeo A Co.'s Wharf.
HAY! HAY ! HlY !
QfT f\ BALES PBIME EASTERN HAY, IN SPLEN
00\J DID ORDER, and for sale low, by
WEST A JONES,
March 14 1 Brown's Wharf.
t?f\r\f\ BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MARYLAND
D\J\J\J CORN. Landing from Sehr. Yankco
Blade, and for sale low from vessel.
OATS AND BRAN, FLOUR AND DACON.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
March 14 2 ?* . No. 86 East Bay.
PRIME WHITE COEN.
1 Q/"i/"k SACKS LANDING, EX STEAMER KING
XO\J\J FISHER. For salo low by weight, in
quantities to suit purchasers.
WM. C. BEE A- CO.,
Corner Tanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
COEN, OATS, HAY AND BEAN.
OA A A BU8HELS PRIME WHITE CORN
??\J\J\J 1000 bushels Yellow Corn
1500 bnshcla Hoavy l ats
300 bales of Prime Hay.
For sale low by WILLIAM MORAN,
Corner of John and Elizabeth streets.
FLOUE, SOAP, SUGAR, EICE,
O STARCH, TOBACCO.
ernn BBLS. FAMILY EXTRA AND SUPERFINE
25 boxes Babbitt's Fancy Soap, 1 lb., 1J? lt. and 2
300 boxes superior Scotch Soap, 30 and 50 lb. boxes
10 bbls. Light Brown Sugar, low price
200 bbls. and bags Bice, from 7c. to 10c. per lb.
16 boxes Starch. Ho. per lb.
60 boxes low priced Tobacco
Now on consignment and for sale by
March 12 mwi3 No. G2 East Bay.
BACON, SALT AND SOAP.
I f\ HHDS. STRICTLY OHOIOE BACON SIDES
?V/ 12 bbls. Extra Table Salt
250 boxes Winchester's, Jackson A Harrington A Co.'a
Lauding and in store, for sale at lowest market prices
by P. P. LOCKE,
March 12 mwfS Kerr's Wharf.
SHOULDERS, SIDES & WHIS?
1 f\ HHDS. PRIME 8HOULDER8
j\\J 7 hhds. New Sides.
10 bbls. Whiskey.
Now landing from steamer Cumberland, and for sale
by JAMES W. BROWN A CO.,
No. 116 East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf.
March 9 fmwS
Pia POEK. HAMS AND BACON.
1 f) H ALF-B AF i ' ".L 3 CHOICE FAMILY PIG PORK
X.Ci 15 barrels Cuoico Breakfast Bacon
10 tierces Ex'.* Sugar-Cured Huns, Washington
brand-fiuost Hams in the city
10 hhds. Pri-.o Sbouldors.
Landing and .or salo by
LAUREY A ALEXANDER,
Nos. 138, 140 and 142 Meeting street.
March 13 2
JUST RECEIVED PER SCHOONER S. J. WARING,
Elizabeth Edwards and Nod Smith,
SUGARS, COFFEE AND MOLASSES
Lard, Bacon, 81dcs and Strips
Firkins and tubs Choleo Butter
Bbls. Irish Potatoes, Poach Blows and Buck-Eyes
Bbls. Flour, Extra, Super and Fino
Boxes Candles, Soap, Pickles, Alo and Parter,
And for salo by WM. GURNEY,
March 12 4 No. 102 East Bay.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
(Ti Q BBLS. OF SUGAR
?Jo 25 blids, choleo Muscovado Molasses.
VINEGAR ANO MACKEREL.
60 bbls. cboico CIDER VINEGAR
- bbls. and half bbls. No. 3 Mackerel, landing from
brig Webster, Kelly, at Kerr's Wharf, and for salo low,
from the whorl, by THADDEUS STREET,
March 12 No. 74 East Bay.
HADDOCK AND SALMON.
QUARTER BOXES NEW HADDOCK.
*J\J 50 kits Largo New Salmon.
For salo by THADDEU8 STREET,
March 12 No. 74 East Bay.
K /"V BABRELS BLOATER HERRINGS, FOR SALE
0\J low, by THADDEUS STREET,
March 12 No. 74 East Bay.
POTATOES ! POTATOES!
PEACH-BLOW POTATOE8, NOW LANDING, AND
FOR SALE B? F. CONNER * CO.,
March 12_4_No. 76 East Bay.
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION.
QA CASKS TENNENT'S CELEBRATED PALEALE,
Uv lu pints. Just received and for sale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
Agents of J. A R. Tennent,
February ? Brewers. G las 70 w.
WE ARE NOW READY TO SUPPLY THE TRADE
with genuine SCAR FAL ETTI SMOKING TO?
MANTOUE & CO.,
Sole Agents for Charleston
February 15 2mo and State of South Carolina.
K HAH LBS- DRY SALTED HIDES, LARGE
lUiVUU Bizos. For sal-by
JAMES CANTWELL A CO.,
No. 114 East Bay,
March 13 3 Cornor of Fraser's Wharf.
WE HAVE FOR SALE A SUPERIOR LOT OF
200 tons T RAILS, 45 pounds to the yards, at
City Point, which wo offer to our Southern rail?
road friends. Address us at the Tredegar Iron Works,
Richmond, Va. J. R. ANDERSON A CO.
March 13 6
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED.
Braams FRIPP SEED, FROM CROP OF
500 bushels Extra Fine Cotton 8eed, from crops of
Tbos. Lepare, Light House Point, and Seabrook.
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
PORCHER A- HENRY,
March? wlmlO No. 32 East Bay.
PERUVIAN AND 8WAN ISLAND GUANOS, SUPER
PHOSPHATES, and the Bruce Concentrated Per?
il izer, are offered to the trade at the lowest wholesale
prices, by GEO. E. WHITE A CO.,
No. 65 CUfT-t'treet, New York.
Or, OHMOLM BROTHERS,*8ole Agents,
Novemberl No. 82 East Bav. Charleston, 8. O.
TIN PLATE! TIN PLATE!
!)AA BOXES ALLA WAY'S BEST I O AND I X
U\J\J CHARCOAL TIN, of direct importation,
rust received, and for aale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
February 21 Sn. 66 Church street.
KBJfgEL'S PATENT, AND THE ONLY PATENT
BEL,rs, are made from tho best Oak Leather,
horoughly stretched on powerful machinery, and mode
io run straight.
LACE AND PICKER LEATHER. RIVETS. KNTPPY.R?*
md 8etu, to.. &a. Apply to
WM. KOMBELA SON
Jenner? I''_ *mo No. 33 Ferrv.Rt.. N \
CROCKERY M llUBWlli
C%f\ CRATER AND HnDH. OF ASSORTED CROCKS
RY AND GLASSWARE, ju?t received and for
sale hy JNo. KING A CO ,
March 6 mwf No. 88 Hasel-stre?t
P. C. KERRIGAN,
NO. 80 MARKET-STREET,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
ON LIBERAL TERMS,
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES :
r/^VBBLS. OF JOHN GIBSON, 80N3 A CO.'S
25 bbls. of Dudley's 0. (E. ) Whiskey
5 pipes of Holland Gin
5 casks of Brandy, warranted fine
15 casks of Wine-Sherry, Madeira, Port, Ac.
1000 cases of Liquors, in good shipping order-Brandy,
Whiskey, Irish, Scotch and Bourbon
Holland Gin, Schnapps, Sherry, Madeira, Port, Clar?
et, Hock, Sauterne, Champagne, Ac.
500 casks of Ale and Porter-Jeffrey's, Alsopp's, YouDg
er's, Bass k Co.'s, and various other brands
Barkley, Perkins & Co.'s, Bass A Co.'s, E. k C. Hib
.Jjert'B,\ua Gwlnner's Porter
Segare, Tobacco, Ac
SOLE AGENT FOR PINKERTON'S WAHOO AND
No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
March 13 CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Wholesale Grocer and commission
Nos, 189 East Bay and 48 and 30 State-St.,
Offers for Sale, for Cash,
AT REDUCED PRICES,
1 A Ci HIIDS. CHOICE BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS
X4U and HAMS
500 bbls. Flour, Extra, Super and Flue
300 bbls. Potatoes, eating and planting
1000 boxes Plantation Bread, 50 lbs. each, at 5c. per lb.
1030 sacks Salt, Liverpool ground
lOOhhds., tierces and bbls. Muscovado Molasses
100 bags choice Green and Medium Rio Coffee
200 bbls. various grades Sugars
100 boxes various grades Tobacco
500 boxes Soap, Starch, Candles, Ac.
600 bbls. and cases Liquors, of various grades
Woekly supplies of Northern and Western Produce,
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Ac.
Agency Continental Brewery.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
200 boxes ORANGES and LEMONS, landing this day.
March 13 . 3
CMS. II. MOISE & CO,
Ko. 15 MINE-STREET
OFFER FOR SALE, NOW LANDING FROM STEAM?
ER Emily B. Souder and Schooner Myrover
SUGAR-Raw in large hogsheads-Refined in bar?
COFFEE-Rio and Java of superior quality
WHISKEY -Rectified high proof
MOLASSES-In barrels in fine order
TOBACCO-Navy, 8weet and Black-Tens
CANDY-New York Steam Refined
SPICES-Whole and Ground.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS?
TOMERS and the public that, in addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at tho corner
of King and George streets, they nave now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 28
Vendue Range, whore they will bo able to afford thoir
customers extra facilities. Their firm will comprise
GEO. W. STEFFENS.... F. C. DOBS EU.... L. BREDENBEK?.
March 13 lyr
BERGMANN, MEYER & CO.,
LIQUORS, WINES, SEtJARS,
No. 104 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 12 Imo
THE CHEAP SEGAR STORE
REDUCED HIS PRICES
AND ALL OTHER. PIPES.
THAT SMOKING TOBACCO FORMERLY AT $2.
now $1.60, and all goods similar, according to the
late fall in goods in New York.
Wholesale & Retail
No. 393 King, Above George-street.
March 12 3
MANTOUE & CO.,
AND IMPORTERS OF
MES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES,
A. L E S,
TOBACCO, &c, &c,
Corner King and Society streets,
Charleston S C.
February IO 2me*
OPifi BBLS. AMSDELL BROS. CELEBRATED
*VV ALBANY AMBER CREAM ALE. received
weekly, and tor aale by
" JNO. tCIN? CU..
^arch HW No Ht Haanl-stree'
lOnn WRom HOLLOW WAR?*, CONSISTING
A v vV; orP,,t?, uv.ns, Spidern. Prying Poa*, ko.
Pw sate tow by JN0 RINO * 00.,
March 6 ,uwf No M ,1.^,1.^,.^
(TO SAIL SATURDAY.)
FOR LIVERPOOL. AND HAVRE,
> TIA NEW YORK.-''Freight forwarded
Ubrough in Now York-ire? of commission-at
.lowest carrent rates." Merchants' Line, New
York and Charleston Packets. Tho fast clipper sehr.
N. W. SMITH, Tooker, master, Hill bo dispatched as
above. Apply to WILLIAM ROACH,
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE A >0.1
^American ship "HUDSON," -, Master,
Shaving a portion, pf her cargo engaged, will
,flBT5 q?iC? uispatch for the ?o?ve pott.
For Freight engagements, apply to
March 13_WILLIS A CHISOLM.
FOR LI VERPOOL.-TOE FAST
sailing British Brig ALBERT, Capt Erickson,
iwiU have dispatch for the above port. For
?Freight engagements, apply to
HOLMES A STONEY,
March 13_Boyce jj Co.'8 Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE ENTIRELY
?new and strictly Al fast sailing American bark
USTRIA, Sewell, Master, has two-thirds of her
. cargo engaged, and wUl have immediate dis?
patch for the abovo port
For Freight engagements, apply to
February 33 No. 74 East Bay.
FOR HAVRE-DIRECT.-T H E
?elegant clipper packet sehr. MYRO VER, J. H.
> Hughes master-having half of her cargo en?
gaged-will take 60U to COO balos Upland and
Sea IslandB to fill up, and have unusual quick dispatch.
For balance of room apply to
WILLIAM ROACH, .
Corner E. Bay and Adger's South Wharf.
March 14 1
e-FTV. 'IO SAIL THURSDAY MORNING.
-?rj>fr>FOR CIENFUGOS. WEST INDIES.-The fast
ij^Ky Bailing sehr. S. J. WARING, Smith, Master,
?eSaQ&will take what Freight and Passengers may of?
fer, and sail as above Apply to
Corner E-st Bay and Adgor's South Wharf.
, FOR BOSTON- REGULAR LINE_
Ifl The first-class, fast sailing sehr. MONTANA,
/TvI?ftB?AnflH. master, having two-thirds of her cargo
3&Saengaged, will have dispatch for the above port
For Freight engagements, apply to
March 7 No. 74 East Bay.
"TZT~ FOR ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
.fer"tir?>Tho fine sehr. "ELIZABETH EDWARDS,"
JjBByEnoch Smith, Master, will receive Freight at
aft2=3&Boyce & co.'s Wharf, and sail with dispatch
for abovo port. For engagements spply on board or to
8HACKELFORD A FRASER,
March 14 1 Boyce fe Co.'s Wharf.
FOR COJ1BVHEE AND INTERMEDIATE
LANDINGS.-The Schooner EMMA, Capt Reilly,
having most of her cargo engaged, will receive freight
at North Commercial Wharf This Day, and sail as above.
"MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
THE OWNERS OF THE MOUNT PLEASANT
FERRY, having chartered the fine steamer ROOK
LAND, Captain W. F. Adair, the regular trips wiR be
resumed on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 7th inst, and con?
tinue until farther notice, as follows:
Leave the city, foot of Market-street, during the week,
at.10 A. M., 3 and 6M P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 A. M., 12 M., and 5>? P. M.
Mount Pleasant.0 A. M., 12 M., 2 and GS,' P. M.
City.10 A. M., 1, 3, and 6>? P. M.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
CAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
TS NOW RECEIVING FRSIGHT, AT ACCOMMODA
A TTON WHARF, and wlU leave for Georgetown on
Friday Morning, tho 10th inst, at 8 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
FERGUSON h HOLMES,
N. B.-Georgetown Froight and Charleston Wharfage
collected in Georgetown.
Freight (prepaid) will bo rocolvod for Cheraw and
landings on tho Pee Deo River, to bo transferred to
steamer "R. E. Bell," at Georgetown.
March 14 2
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
THE SUPERIOR FAST-GOING STEAMER
CAPT. E. W. DAVIDSON,
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT TO-MORROW, TOE
ISth inst., nt Boyo and Co.'s Wharf, ami sail as
above on Friday Muming, Din loth Inst, at tl o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply ou board or to
SHACKELFORD k FRASER,
Boyce k Co's Wharf.
Freight (prepaid) for Landings on tho Pee Deo River
will be taken.
Shippers will pay wharfage hero. 3 March 14
FOB AUGUSTA, GA.,
THE ELEGANT, NEW AND FAST
ZEBULON B. VANCE,"
CAPT. fl. J. GUTHRIE.
WILL LEAVE TO-MORROW, MARCH 13, AT 10
o'clock A M., for the abovo polut For freight
engagements or passage, haviug superior Stateroom ac?
commodations, apply at the Ollice o: th? Amenta
.VILI13 a UHISOLM,
March 12 Mitrth Atlantic Whar
CAPT. G. W. CASTNER,
WELL LEAVK SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF A3
abnve, To-Mormw, 15th instant, at 8 A M., con?
necting at Savannah with steamers for Florida.
For Freight or Passage, haviug fine Htate-room accom?
modations, apply to Captain on board, or to
WHITE sj PAINE,
South Atlautic Wharf.
March 14 2
BEAUFORT AND HILTON H RAD.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMER
CA ll iv VINO TUB U. Ht IL,
ITFUX LEAVE VANDBRUOK?TN WH tug FOR
i Savannah, everv IFcrfnest/ajr Maning nt H o'clock
precisely, stoopi .gul Beaufort and , llt?u Ue?d, cou
Fiedln? with stein),-- m I |J di road ni tavaiina'i, for all
point? in Georgi! m Pl irida.
?S~ Freight reC-ived daily and Store.] (without extra
Fur Freight or P.IHPJ. O apply t"
_ No: Ul V '.. Iv.'! ''i-n.^ Wuarf.
Februvy21S inf: .til
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Learing each Port every Alternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EM'L Y B. 80?DEB,
CAPT. B. W. LOCKWOOD.
STEAMSHIP M ONE KA,
CAPT. C. P. MABSHS?AH.
rriHESE 8TEAMSHTP8, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
JL MENT IO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUEL?C, D?ring superior accommodations for Passen*
gera, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Oharlesioc markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
and comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER
CAPT. B. W. LOCKWOOD,
TF7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, ON
W THURSDAY, March 16th, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the office of the Agents,
WILLIS 6 OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
A 00._ March 9
FARE K.T-1DTJOICP TO 840.
THE REGULAR l' ?1TED STATES MALL LINE
OF FIRST-CLA88 STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I QUAKER CITY,
ALKAM BRA, I ANDALUSIA.
TT7TLL LEAVE ADGER'S WHARF ON SATURDAY,
YV Maroh 17, at 7 o'clock, A M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENED A 00., Agenta.
CBEAF PASSAGE TO OR FROft
BY SAILING 8HIPS. SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MALL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at tho very Lowest Rates.
Passengors, on arrival In New York, will have their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 321
Wost street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN & BROTHER,
No. 627 KINO STREET. CHARLESTON, ?. 0.,
And No. 137 Broad otrcet, opposite Monument street,
Augusta, G. A lyr February 27
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE IL S. MAIL.
IEAVE PIER No. ?2 NORTH RIVER, FOOT OF
j Canal-street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st, 11th,
and 21st of every month jexoept when those dates fall ou
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), the
ASPIN WALL, connecting tria Panama Railway, with one
of the Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN
FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
1st-ARIZONA, connecting with GOLDEN CITY.
IO-HENRY CHAUNCEY, connecting witt) COLORADO.
21st-NEW YORE, connecting with CONSTITUTION.
One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompanying baggage through, and
attend to tadlet) and children without male protectors.
Baggage - - . ived on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and at?
A Steamer will beplaoed en the line January 1st, I860,
to run from New Orleans to Asplnwall, via Havana.
For Passage Tickets or further Information, apply a
the Company's Ticket Offioe, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER NEW YORK,
December 1* im? F. w. G BELLOWS. Agent
.PAYMENT OF CITY DEBT BY AN ISSUE
OF CITY SH PER CENT. STOCK.
OEFIOE CITY TREASURER, )
0HAELE8TON, 8. 0.. February 14,1886.1
THE CITY TREA8?RER18 BEADY TO I88UE CER?
TIFICATES for the amounts of INTEREST DUE
TO STOCKHOLI'ERS ON THE IBT OF JANUARY, 1866,
AND THE REDEEMABLE STOCKS AND BONDS RE?
MAINING 1UE AT SAME DATE, in pursuance of the
City Ordinances "To Providf for the payment of Arrears
of Principal and Interest on the City Debt by anissue of
The Certificates will be Issued to the names of Stock?
holders ns shown by the books of the office, and deliv?
ered only to the parties therein named, their legal repre?
sentatives, or attorneys appointed to receive and receipt
for the same.
In all ca-ios it will be necessary that parties who wish
to draw their interest through agent, shall give new or?
ders or powers of attorney, and renewed evidence of
legal representation will be required.
The books for the issue and transfer of this Stock will
be open every day until tte 17th of March, and re-opened
on the let of April next.
Tht Ordinance of February 13th, 1866, directs that
"The City Treasurer shall be authorized to pay such
portions of Stock as shall be less than ten dollars In cur?
rency, so that there f-hall not appear on any Certificate
of stock a fraction?] sum of less than ten dollar?, and so
that no now Certificate shall be for a less sum than fifty
There Certificates will bear interest, payable quarter?
ly, from the 1st of January, 1866.
Maroh i_12_City Treasurer.
THE CITY TREASURER GIVES NOTICE THAT HIS
Office is open for the receipt of Taxes assessed
tinder th- O'dinance to raise supplies for the year 1866.
Oue half part ot the Real Estate Tax to be raised under
the Ordinance of 1866 "shall be paid on or before the
Slut inutaut. and the other half on or before tho SOU? ol
.September next." . .
rhone who poy the second, or other half part, m ad?
vance of the 31? ot Mar. h. shall he allowed ?T P?
..?ut discour t oi, the same; bot if paid after WT2??3
and bo oro Septeruher 1st, the payer shsJJW' ?"?w??
internat at th., rate or 6 p-r cont. P? ?Dn"^nf^bere
.tat- nt Hitrb payment to the -ai.l 1st day
The rwnmr t, .^"r-d ^^?X?J
itu monthly, or otherwise, ..ither ?'"h" il ""."".".1
WWCUttuSH to bo lodged with the abfnfL.Jn puranance
of city ? rnlmanca, A- ?SSS?L
March* 10 Cl*J .rfeMUrer?
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of the Northeastern Railroad Company will
be held at the Hall of the Bank of Charleston, on Wed?
nesday, the 4th of April next, at 1 o'clock P. M.. when
an Election for a President and Bbc Directors, to serra
for the ensuing year, will take place.
March 14 wf4 C. WIL1 IMAN. Secretary.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAIL?
Ornez ENGTKEEB AND SUTEBTNTENDEHT, 1
CHABIJCSTON, 8. C., March 8,1868. j
THIS ROAD WILL BE OPENED THIS DAT TO
Anderson, 33 miles from Charleston. Freight
nhipped to Anderson must be taken away upon arriva
of Train, as there are no conveniences for s torin? fr elgla
On and after Saturday, the 10th inst, the Passenger:
Train wiU run as follows:
Leave Charleston-Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur?
dcyB at 8 A. IL
Arrive at Charleston same day at S P. M.
H. & HAINES,
Masch 8 6 Engineer and Superintendent, i
STEAMER FOR SALE.
100 feet, draft of
water ?X feet, with
- -wbeam engine of lew
pressure power, 33 inch bo ) of cylinder and 6 feet
I stroke.- Has Just been thoron hly repaired at the U. 8.
Machine Shops at St Helena Apply to
Messrs A. GETTY A CO.,
Nos. 123 a id 128 Meeting-street,
Or R.I. GETTY, at Mills' House.
JOHN KING & CO.
AND . .
OFFEB FOE SALE,
On Reasonable Terms?
At No. 88 Hasel-strefit,
QAA BBL8. SUPER AND EXTRA FLOUR ;
tJ\J\J 100 bbla. Brown 8ugar, assorted
60 bbla. Crushed Rugar
60 bags Coffee
20 bags Pepper
20 bags Spice
6 bags Ginger
6 bales Cloves
2 cases Nutmegs
26 boxes Ground Ginger
200 boxes Adamantine Candles
26 barrels Herring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxes Cheese, assorted
100 hits M.."kf.. l
100 Jf bbls. -?ckerel
76 ? bbls. Mackerel
60 bbls. Mackerel
25 kits Salmon
60 boxes Codfish
100 kegs and boxes Herring
100 boxes Soap
200 boxes Starch
26 bbls. Molasses
25 bbls. Copperas
60 kegs Epsom Salts
25 cases Cotton Cards
15 cases Wool Cards .
25 chests Hyson and E. B. Toa.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Pine Apples, kc, Ac
JOHN KING & CO?
March 5 m wi No. 88 HAS EL-STREET.
l?f \ BBL8. SUPERIOR BOURBON WHISKEY
0\J 50 bbls. Magnolia Whiskey
6 bbls. Gin
100 cases ft. Julien Claret
60 cases Champagne, quarts and pints
100 cases Sauterne Wine
100 cases Fine Old Bourbon Whiskey
100 cases Magnolia Whiskey
60 cases Primrose Whiskey, super
60 cases Old Rye Whiskey
100 cases Fine Cordial Gin
60 cases Old Q Brandy
25 eaaos Rum, "St Croix"
600 cases Ale, "Muir A Sons," quarts and pints.
Just received pu steamers and schooners, and foe
sale low by JNO. KING A CO.,
March 6 mwf No. 88 Hasel-street.
STEINMEYER & SON,
Factors of Tinto, Loller, Wood, k,
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FOOT OF BEAU FAIN STREET, ON ASH?
IN ADDITION TO A LARGE AND WELL-ASSORT?
ED STOCK OF MATERIAL, we are receiving SU?
PERIOR YELLOW PINE TIMBER, of all lengths and
sizes, suitable for every purpose.
We propose to give special attention to ORDERS FOB
SHIPPERS; and with consignment now in pond, and
our experience In this business, feel confident we csa
make it satisfactory to those who entrust their orders to
We are prepared to FILL ORDERS FOR TIMBER, kc,
at prices to compete with other markets, and withfacitt
ties they do not possess.
JOHN H. STEINMEYER.
J. H. STEINMEYER, Jr.
February 21 wim imo
COIL! COIL! COIL!
Tons Best Quality
LOCUST mum COIL.
UNDER COYER AT ATLANTIC WHARF, AND
weU adapted for Steamboat purposes. WiU be
sold on moderate terms. Apply to
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Nos. 1M and 128 MEETING STREET,
01 * WILLIS & CHISOLM,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
GREAT HO?SE.FURNI>HL\G BAZAAR,
ASTOR PLACE, 1ST. _-Qt_w?
EDWARD D. BAS8FORK DESIRES BESPEOTFTJLV
LY to call attention to bis lan<? and splendid stoesr
of first-class HOnSE-FUBNISHING HARDWARE, 8tU
ter Plat. d Ware, Table Cutlery. Kitchen Utensils, and
all other housekeeping a' rielo* lu modem use. Also to
his flue new stock of CHINA, GLASS AND EABTHEH.
WARE, In all the usual varieties. ---
N. B.-Particular attention paid to the selection andi'
shipping of House-furnishing Orders, received by natl
or ouiorwise. tuths.... . December LJ