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2 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAECH 30, 1866._._-_
The Daily News,
.FRIDAY MORNING, MafflH 30, 18CC.
OONTIMJED SESSION ny THE CONVENTION-Til E OR?
DINANCE OF SECESSION DISCUSSED-LETTER FROM
AOBTTH, Texas, March 10,18GG-lt was general?
ly conceded that as eoon as the Legislative bill
was diBposed o? the ordinance repealing the ordi?
nance of secession would occupy but very little
time. Few, if any, speeches were expected, and
argument on the'question waa in no way antici?
pated. Sot theee expectations and conjectures
were not realized. On the contrary, the moat
elaborate speeches and lengthy arguments were
prepared and delivered by every prominent dele?
gate in the convention. Seoeeaion in the abstract
?nd as a policy waa discussed every day and even?
ing during the past week.
On Tuesday afternoon this grave question
came np, and eaoh report was read, when Mr.
Pascal, of San Antonio, opened the debatevin fa?
vor ol therninority report, strongly arguing that
the act of secession waa null and void ab initio.
Mr. Potter took issue with him and spoke quite
briefly in favor of the majority report.
The whole of the evening session waa consumed
by an elaborately prepared Bpeech by Mr. Flanni?
gan, and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday
were spent in discussing the right of secession,
but to-day the convention ia determined to bring
the question to a vote.
Judge Roberts spoke in favor of the majority re?
port, and advocated State rights with aa muoh
zeal aa he did in the secession convention of 1861.
Judge Hancock followed him with a very strong
and eloquent speech, taking the following grounds:
First. That secession was wrong from the begin- <
nine. Second. All rights that can be regularly
tad legitimately exercised by the people, or offic?
ials for them, must be in virtue of authority de
rived either from the Federal or State Constitu?
tions, or laws made in pursuant? <?f one or the
other. Third. There can nowhere be found any
warrant of authority in either the constitution or I
laws passed under them for the act of secession,
r our th. If any such right exists, then it ia ont of
and beyond the lawa, and necessarily revolution?
ary, and any attempt at its exercise would be a
revolution. 'He then defined revolution, and drew
the line between revolution and rebellion, and he
said that success sanctifies a revolution and ren?
ders all valid from the beginning; and in like man?
ner failure reverts to the very inception, and ren?
ders everything dependent upon it void. He took,
he said, the same ground that tho President did,
and he said it was the duty of every delegate in
the Convention to come to the support of him
Judge Hancock spoke for nearly two hours, and
waa listened to with the closest attention. His
conclusion was very eloqueut. speaking warmly of
the soldier aud light that was made.
Mr. Norton also spoke with great warmth, and
his urgent appeal to the delegates to come up
square to the support of the President met with
?treat favor. He read to the Convention the fol
owing dispatch which Governor Hamilton had re?
ceived from the President :
WASHINGTON, February 13, 1866.
To Governor A. J. Hamilton, Austin, Ttxas :
I waa highly gratin/ d to receive your dispatch, and to
hear that your ct nveutlon "?.as organized. I hope all
wfll end well. It is of the utmost importance that the
proceedings of your convention be prudent and of the
most temperate character, vindicating loyalty, and of
the entire willingness to acknowledge the supremacy of
the Constitution and of the obedience to the laws of, the
Yon no doubt understand tte position of affairs here,
and mach will depend upon the future proceedings of
your convention. I am still hopeful that in the end
matters will take a different turn here, and that loyal
Representatives will be admitted to take their seats in j
the Capitol of the nation from all the States.
ANDREW JOHNSON, I
President of the United 8tates.
With all of the speeches and entreaties, it is.
evident that two or three days more will pass be
fore the convention comes to a final vote.-New
NEW ORLEANS, March 23.-The Picayune has
the following French version of affairs in Mexico,
received by the arrival of the steamers Sonora
from Vera Cruz on the 12th, via Tampico on the
15th, and Bagdad on the 18th.
The woather in Vera Cruz is already quite
warm, but healthy. The population is large com?
pared with what it was informer years. Business
is lively, and tho work on the railroad from the
sea coast in the direction of the capital is pro-'
greasing rapidly, but it is not in running order
further than Paso del Macho, forty-five miles from
The commission which went to the city of Mex?
ico to announce Leopold's death, in returning to
Vera Cruz, was attacked by guerillas at Bio Frio,
between Puebla and the capital. One was hilled,
another had an arm fractured and aftewarda am?
putated, and a third wa? badly wounded.
A passenger by the Sonora, who left San Lois
Potosi February 13th, and went via Queenstown
to Puebla and Orizaba, reports business dull in
San Luis; rents are unaccountably high; mines,
and especially the Cordova, lively. Most of the
Americana are at Cordova. Regular stages are
running between San Luis. Monterey, ana Saltil?
lo. No communication with MatamoraB or Tam?
All waa quiet in San Lula, bot not in the country
around. Between San Luis, Queretara and the
City of Mexico, all waa quiet.
The City of Mexico dates were to the 25th ult
The capital was full of people, but dall; very few
Americans were there,all having gone to Cordova.
No sickness at Vera Cruz, Tampico or Bagdad.
Small numbers of troops are constantly arriving
from Europe, and not many leaving; only such
whose terras of service are up. About 30,000
French troops are in Mexico.
General Mejia ia the most highly trusted.
Thc Negro Races Killed hy Kindness.
We clip the following from a lato isauo of thc
If all this Northern sympathy for tho colored
people, as illustrated in Harper's Journal of Civili?
zation, was not provoked by hatred for whites,
thero would bo no differences as to the measures
of public policy affecting the condition and rights
of negroes. No one would re-enslave them. The
end ia not moro desirable than possible. There
is no enmity between the races, save that
engendered by competition among laborera. This
is necessarily confined to cities. The niiatake
made by Congress consists in tho fact that it
bases ita action upon a supposod and unreal rela?
tion of races. Tho object of Trumbull's bill is to
protect negroes against wrongs practiced by
Southerner*. This may ho well enough, since
there are bad men in all countries. But this
should not be the whole scope ami purpose of
Congressional freedmen's codes. Tho blacks
mainly need protection against their chiefest
Negro graves aro counted hy tho acre in and
around thia city. When liberty first gathered
thom in its fold, they died too rapidly for grave
diggora. Encoffined they were horno from hovels
and hospitals. Like De Soto, thoir uncoffiued
bodies found resting places iu the bosom of the
great river. There is no register of births and
eatha. Few aro born, and infants nearly all per?
ish. We aro told that twelve huudred blacks were
frozen to death on President's Island, while agenta
of civilization were toiling to promote their intelli?
gence. The thousands that were buried in a single
trench at Helena, should have some memorial to
thoir bei.factors, lifting its form of spotleaa mar?
ble to the very mid heavens.
We should have "their rights protected against
all aggressors by national power.-' Tell us, some
aane man, who aro theso aggressors ? The buroau
ia deemed the boucfactor of the black race. It
has paved wolla in Columbus, Miss., with bones
of negro infants. Negro women, in pursuit of
negro eoldiers, abandon the helpless children aud
aged parents to famine and doath. lr extinction
of the race be the work of charity and love, never
was a Bcheme of benevolence HO successful as that
which has been practiced towards the blacks for
tho paet threo years. *****
Thus far, every act of nominal beneficence has
been one of barbarity. The black population of
those BtatcH is a million less than it would have
been without ?i war. Civilize, educate, clotho and
feed tho negro, ami then talk about bia iuvesture
with all tho rights ol' citizenship. But do not kill
him with kindness. Hu has borne enough for thc
There aro now over 500 large manufacturing
establishments in Pittsburg and suburbs, among
which aro 50 glass factories, 58 oil refineries, 31
rolling milla, 40 iron foundries, 3:1 machine shops,
12 boilfr works, C largo steel works, 10 brasa foun?
dries, IC potteries, 5 cotton mills, -1 woolen mills,
9 plough works, 10 establishments for heavv forg?
ing; also a number of extensive white lea"d fac?
tories, chemical works, Paw, axe, tupper and other
manurjctories of on y the great staples nf trade,
turning out nearly (100,000.000 in value of her own
manufactures, ui iking it the largest manufactur?
ing city of th? West,
g XS- THE ARRANDALE JEWELRY DEPOT,
No. 234 KING STREET.-We understand the GRAND
PIANO FORTE ?it this establishment is now included
amongst tho prizes to bo drawn. As it is a first ciase
instrument, and Taluod at $700, it will undoubtedly be
ven' cheap to tho person who can get it for one dollar.
?? T. B. BYNNEB, IMPORTER ANDID??L"
ER IN WATCHES and JEWSLRY ; Agency for the
AMERICAN WATCH ; also, eve y variety of SWI88 and
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowest market prices,
Na 169 Broadway, New York-established twenty yeare.
Trade Price LieU sent on application.
January l'J imwSmo
AW ARCANA WATCHES-WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL.-The "-a sos of these Watches are manufactured
of different metals, into which gold is forced by means
of extreme heat and a surface left of 18 carat gold, .-. lach
is lasting and elegant They are gotten up in hand?
some style, and are equal in appearance and fl.- dsn to
Watches costing four times Cia price asked for them.
They are ail excellent ttmo-lceepera and warranted as
ach. We sell
Gents' large size Detached Leiden, Hunting
Cases, for. (90
.Gents' an edi nm aize Detached Levers, Hunt?
ing Oases. (2G to $38
Ladies' Hunting Cases, E Jv?.-.-, gold plated. 30 to 38
Ladies' Guard chains, boeefcful styles. 8
Ladles' Chatelaine Chains, beautiful styles- 8
Gents' Vost Chains, heavy and elegant. 8
No Watches ever before offered to the pub! io equal
hese for beauty, durability and excellence, when the
price ls considered. Address
ALCANA WATCH COMPANY,
No. 63 Fulton-street, Now York.
January 31 _wtoSmos
AW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. Address
E. B. FOOTE, BL D., No. HBO Broadway, New York.
AW MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AN ESSAY
OF WARNING AND INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNG
MEN, jost published by the Howard Association, and
e nt In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address
Dr. J. ?KILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
AW COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE?
BRATED Toilet Soap, In auch universal demand,
s made from the choicest materials, ls mild and
emollfentln its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial in ita action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and l?anoy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
AW HILL'S HATE DYE-FIFTY CENTS
BLACK OR BROWN.-Instantaneous in effect, reliable
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durability;
also the cheapest and best In use. Depot, No. 88 John
street, corner of William street, New York, sad sold by
Druggists and Fancy Go'Jda Stores everywhere,
November 39 fimo
aa-I TO HI ITCH 1 ITCH I SCRATCH
SCRATCH! 8CBJ1T02! 1-WHEATON'S OINTMENT
WILL CUBE THE ITCH IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS.
Also oona SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS, and
ail ERUPTIONS OJ TEE SKIN. Price 00 cenia, For
sale by all Druggnjis. By sending 80 cents to WEEKS
* POTTER, Sole Agents, No. 170 Washington-street,
Boston, Mass., lt will be forwarded by mal, free of post
age, to any part of tbs United States.
November 8 Sme
AW BATCHELOB'8 HAIR DYE!-THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world i Tho only true and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Rehiibla and Instantaneous. Produce?
Immediately a splendid Block or natani Brown, with?
out injuring the hair or skin. Rem?di?e the Ul effect* o
?ad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The gen mn a is signad
1CTT.T.TAM A. BATOBTKLOB, Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MTT.I?IFLEURS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, Now York,
AW SPECIAL NOTICE-"GREATOAKS FROM
tittle acorns grow." The worst diseases known to tbs
human race spring ftrom osases so sir all sn to almost
defy detection. Tho wdnmes of soi en tifio lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to provo and elaborate these tacts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on the skin .'ls > tell-tale and indicator of disease ;
It may fade and die away from the surface of the body,
bnt it will reach tba vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
be the result a id anal close. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS eure whens aB
others fail While for Burns, Scalds, Chllblaina, Guts,
and all abraajom of. tho skin, MAGGIZL'S Salve is in?
fallible. Bold by ,7. MAGGtEL, No, 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and %11 Druggists, at 30 cents per box.
AW CONSTITUTION WATER. - CONSTITUTION
WATER, the only known remedy for Diabetes, Stone In
he Bladder, Calculas, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and
Macuoua or Milky Discharge*, Irritation of the Bladder,
inflammation of the Kidney, Catarrh of the Bladder.
The astonishing success which has attended tills in?
valuable medicino rendors lt the most valuable one ever
discovered. No l.tugnags can convey an adequate idea
of the immediate and almost miraculous change which
lt occasions to the debilitated and shattered system, is
fact it stands unrivalled as a remedy for the permanent
euro ot the maladtos above-mentioned, and also DIABE?
TES, IMPOTENCY, LOSS OF MUSCULAR ENERGY,
PHYSICAL PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, GLEET,
and every disoane any way connected with the disorder
Persons, if conscious of any weakness, should take the
CONSTITUTION WATER; whether broken down by ex?
cess, weak by nature, or impairod by sickness, the un*
strung and rolar ed organization ls at onco rebraced, re
divined and built up. Well may this celebrated remedy
be called the MEDICAL WONDER.
The stooping, trembling victim of depression and de?
bility becomes a new man; he stands erect, be moves
with a firm step; hin mind, which was previously sunk
n gloom of an almost ldiotlo apathy, becomes bright
and active, and ho goos forth regenerated, conscious of
nev vigor. The mctlicine reaches tho constitution i isolf,
and restores it tn its normal condition.
For these diseases it is truly a sovoreign remedy, and
too much cannot be said in its praise. A single doce has
been known to relieve the most urgent symptoms. Try
t in those casts, and you will give, your pinino to CON?
MALES OR FEMALES, are you troubled with that dis?
tressing pain in the small c. the back, and through your
hips? "ConMiration Wator" will relieve you llkenaglc.
For salo by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GREGG ? CO., Prorietors.
MORGAN ft ALLEN, Genora Agents. No. 40 Ollff.
street. New Yera. 6mo 8ontember3S
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUTI?
FYING THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Dopot No. 74 Fulton-street, Now York.
KINO & CASSIDEY, Agents,
J-ua:;31 Almerno CE??LEoION, S.O.
ffllRS'S OWN REMEDIES.
Confess Spring Water.
Empire Spring Waterf^
Columbian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAS
yet boen diccovered or MANTJPACTUIIED that equals then
waters as a PREVENTIVE, RELIEF AND FERMA
MENT CURE, for many temporary and chronic dis?
eases, as proved by the exp?rience of many thousands
who have drank them for years, with the most beneficia!
Is a cathartic, alterative and tonic, and la a valuable
remedy for affections of the Liver and Kidneys, Dys?
pepsia, Ooat, Chronic Constipation and Cu tan eon s din
eases. It ls a most powerful preventive of the Fevers
and Dill ou.; Complaints, so prevalent In warm climate?.
Ix a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheumatism,
j Derangement of the liver, Diseases of tho Bain, and
General Debility. Its effects are most salutary In Luna
Dis4taea. It ia an almost aune cu RX for Scrofula, and
the most >i#gr?"'?tcd forma of Dyspepsia. As a PBEVEH.
lire AK? cuss for all Bilton ! Derangements, lt stands
Is a tonio and diuretic of a highly beneficial character,
and ls a rosrnvE BEHEBT for D?a bc tea, Gravel, Calculas,
I Irritation and Inflammation of the Kidneys and Bladder,
and bas mosi singularly active affects in restoring these
[ organs when debilitated by long disease. Females who
have suffered for years from irregularity, and the dis?
tressing di seance known only to their sex, have been
entirely cured by the faithful and judicious use cf CO
I L-J MB IAN WATER.
Those waters are bottled fresh and pure, from each of
the above-named Springs, in so careful and secure a
manner that they preserve al! their medicinal value foi
years, and will be found equally efficacious when drank
thousands of miles distant, ns when taken directly from
Beware of Imitations and inferior Waters; the corks ol
od] genuine Congress, Empire and Colombian Waters
are branded on the aide of the cork, thus :
( CONOBZSS WATKB, 1 J EMPTES WATZB, 1
I CAE. S. Co. j (C.SES. Co. j
( COLUMBIAN WATCH, 1
[ C. A R 6. Co. / j
Packed safely and seenrely, in boxes eui tat le for ship?
ment to any part of the world. Congress and Empire j
Waters in boxes, containing 4 Dozen Pints, or 3 Doun
Quart Bottles each. Columbian Water in boxes contain?
ing 4, or 6 Dozen Half Pints, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottles
Sold by all Druggists,, Hotels, Wine Merchants, ano
Sold only ai Wholesale by
HOUKISS SONS, Propers.,
3?o. 92 Beekman-street, N. T.
MW Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
March 10 thstoSmo
AND SICKNESS PREVENTED BY USING THE CEAS
AMONG WHICH ABE
MARSHALLS UTERINE CATHOUOOfl,
Which win Infallibly, positively, invariably eua sh
I those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptoms
commonly known as FEMALE DISEASE, WEAK N'388,
IRREGULARITIES, etc., which weary and render un?
happy so rainy women between the ages of 15 and GC,
I for which the medica! profeseion seeks in vain lora
remedy, and from which wealth, position, delicacy, and
refinement afford no exemption.
Bead the following:
LxrATXTTX, KT., June 91,18M.
I am a graduate of the regular Medical College?. Eight?
een months ago I had seven cases of severe female dis*
! ease which I bad entirely failed to cur?. One lady had
constant hysterics; one had every sympton of epileptic
convulsions consequent upon deranged menstruation ;
others had whites, tailing, irregularities, and all the se.
vere symptoms of continued uterine derangement.
Having my attention called to MARSHALL'S UTERINE
I CATHOLICON, I used lt, and lt cured every case. Tb SM
! baa not been a single failure in its operation.
0. J. NORTHINGTON, M. B.
a9-Seo that tbe ?cal of the Graefenberg Company li
os every bottle. "530
THE GBAEFENliERG VEGETABLE PILLS
Are the best in tho world for family nie, and for Indi?
gestion - Const! pat Joi - Headache- N er von snoe?-Bil
1 outraces -Heartburn - Acidity- Nausea- Flatulence
Want of Appetite-Dyspepsia-Liver Complaint-Cli?
On account of their great mildness, and from the fad
ti it they never gripe, nauseate, or lesve the bowels in a
constipated condition, the Graefenberg Pills will be
fouod more pleasant than any others.
AS*Price 25 cents per box. On the receipt of one do].
I lar four boxes will be Bent by mail, free of postage, tc
any part of the country.
DYSENTERY BVRCP.-Price 50 cents.
Infallible in all cases of bowel complaints, and n cer?
tain cure for ASIATIC CHOLERA.
GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.-Price 26 cents.
*?r For Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Old Sores, Chilblains,
Chapped Skin, Cold Sores, and whersvor there ls in?
flammation. It acts like magic.-?0
?irThe Ointment is guaranteed as the best applica
[ tion in the world for the above. It acts moro quickly
and certainly than any other over offered to the public
CHILDREN'S PANACEA-50 cents.
SARSAPARILLA 'IO M POU MD.-$L
EYE LOTION.--25 cents.
HEALTH BITTERS.-25 couts.
FEVER AND AGTJK UKMKDY.-SO cents.
MANUAL OF11KALT1L- vb cents. A complete Faml.
ly Physician. Bout by mall on receipt of 20 cents.
THE GRAEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES are pre
I pared under the immediate supervisi?n of a SKILFUL
PHYSICIAN, and they may be relied upon in ali coses.
JO-THEY A RE PURELY VEGETABLE.-fra.
4?T-They have been the leading American Remedlei
for 20 years.
Sold, wholesaio and retail, by THE GRAEFENBERG
[ COMPANY, No. 139 William street, New York, and bj
the trado generally.
MGflhe trado -supplied on liberal terms, by
KINtt & CASSIDEY,
March 17 stuth3mos CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THH FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO?
VATED and newly lurnisted, ls now open for the
reception of the travelling publio.
March 7 wf8 Proprietor.
March 2 Imo
CORNER OF FOURVSENTH AND ' F " 8TRBBT?.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
C. WILLARD, Proprietor.
FOB MANY YEARS PROPRIETOR OF THE HYGEL4
HOTEL. Old Toint, VA.
jreDruary a Amo*
JUT ? \
K 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOTJBTH DOOB ABOVE MARKET-8T.
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 8. W. WILSON. f P. B. WILSON.
I Chemist to late) | Graduate of
C. 8. Nitre end ( ! Phils. College
Mining Bn-1 1 of Pharmacy. 4
iiMu. I Chemist to Uto
J [C. S.Ord.Dep'L
[ Tne Proprietors are Native Georgians.
No. 238 King-st.
No. 238 KING-ST.
No. 238 KING-ST.
No. 238 KING-ST.
No. 238 King-st.
L. CHAPIN & CO.,
3STO. 20 HAYIsTB-STBEET,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
STRAW CUTTERS r
TRACE CHAINS ,TO
3STo. 20 HAYNE-8TEEET,
MTRCA SP CHARLESTON, S. C
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS HOUSE.
mHE BEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF SPRING GOODS, ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOB THU
X Market. A cali from the LADIES, COUNTRY MERCHANTS, AND PLANTERS, la respectfully solicited,
Haring secured the most polite Salesmen in the trade, they will hs happy tc see their friends at
NO. 268 KING, CORNER OF WENTWORTH-STREET, UNDER THE MASONIC WATT.
WM. BOT, formerly with BROWN A CALDER.
E. 0. MCCLURE, foimrjrly with WM. HOWLAND.
L. B. LOVEGREEN, formerly with A. F. BROWNING ft 00,
a H. SEYLE8, formerly with A. F. BROWNING ft 00.
L. D. BOMAB, WM. E. STEiN MEYER, Bookkeeper, 1
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
JUNG & CASSIDEY,
W H O Xi DB S jfik. L 33 DRUGGISTS,
No. 151 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Janutry 24 thitnSnO
OFFICE, No. 147MEETING-ST,
THE, SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY IS NOW
prepared to forward FREIGHT AND MONEY PACK?
AGES to all pointa on the GREENVILLE AND COLUM?
BIA RAILROAD. All goods shipped by AD AMS'or HARK
DEN'S EXPRESS COMPANIES, Bnd marked to the care
of the SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY, will be
promptly forwarded to their destination. Freights
shipped by Steamships to ORT care, will bc forwarded by
Express without charge for commission, storage, ot
drsyage. li orders aro left at our Office, Packages and
Freight will be called for by our wagons in soy part oi
the city, aud will be sent forward by first Express.
H. B. PLANT, President.
March'. Imo AUGUSTA. GA.
etween Market and Hayne,
EAS JUST OPENED
A LARGE AP ELEGANT
AT THIS WELL-KNOWN STAND.
THE TABLES ARE FROM THE MANUFACTORY
of PHELAN & CULLENDER, slate-topped, and
covered with the finest cloth.
Professionals and amateurs sro respectfully Invited to
give ns a calL Idlers and loungers politely requested
to romain outside. March 1
BUSHELS EXTRA FINE SK. ISLAND SEED,
one planter's lot, warranted pure; $5 per
bustiel, bags included. Crop 1864.
200 bn&hsls carefully selected "Owens" Seed, one
planter's lot, very fine quality; $4 per bushel, baca in
cloded. Crop 1864. * t -B -?
60) bushels Edisto Island Seed, carefully selected- S3
per bushel, bags included. Crop 1865.
8?mples of the Cotton produced can be seen at the
offloe of PINCKNEY BROTHERS,
March 23_No. 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
JOHN F. TAYLO?Tfj?T
SUCCESSORS TO CAMERON A 00.,
PHONIX IRON WORKS,
TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING THEIR FIENDS
and the public that they have resumed business al
the old stand on Prltebard-strcot, and are prepared to
enter Into contracts for MACHINERY of every descrip?
tion, either homo manuiacture, or from the North o;
from Europe ; and hope, by strict attention to business, tc
merit the patronage heretofore liberally extended to tbs
Mr. HENRY A. BURN will be nappy to attend to tn?
wants of our friends tn the Boiler Department,
RepaJrs prorant.lv attended ta
Charleston, January 1, lee?, en? Jaacary i
A BRILLIANT LIGHT.
BED KOCK OIL
O O IM. IF .A. I-?T TT t
OFFICE No. 94 EAST BAT,
CORNES BROWS WHARF.
J. GKUNTEAL & CO.
ABE HOW READY TO SUPPLY ALL DEALERS IS
thia celebrated ?ln m mating OIL.
"IE! COIL! COU!
Tons Best Quality
LOCUST MOMDi COIL.
UNDER COVER AT ATLANTIC WHARF, AND
well adapted for Steamboat purposes. Will be
sold on moderate terms. Apply to
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Hos. 126 and 128 MEETING STREET,
0rt? WILLIS & CHISOLM,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
PHOSPHATE OF U
P?ICE REDUCED-$62.50 CASE
105 PAYABLE BY FACTORS' ACCEPTAN?
CES IN NOVEMBER.
fTTABBANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
TV to SOO lbs. per acre will prod nco foll crops,
ontinnally add to the fertility of the soil
H. W. KINSMAN,
OLE AGENT FOR MAPES' NITBOGENIZED PHC
PHATE OF LIMB,
March 10_Imo_No. 271' Kine-srreet._
THE GREAT SCUTHERN REMEDY FOB
For sale by JOHN KENIFIOK,
No. 48 Broad-street
G. W. AIMAR,
Corner Etog and Vsnderhorst streets.
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