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The Daily News.
TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1866.
The Northern Papers on the Veto Message.
The two vetoes of the President-tho first of the
Freedmen's Bureau Bill, the lost of the Civil Bights
Bill-may bo regarded as marking an epoch in American
politics which presages and, indeed, necessitates, a
thorough change in party organizations and relations.
We have already expressed our views on the Veto Mes
?see of the President, and present below some extractsj
from leading New York journals in regard to lt. The
World (Dem.) says :
By this wise and able message, President Johnson bas
established a new claim to public confidence. He bas
shown himself, thus far, a s'ateaman of singular Inde?
pendence ; self-reliance and political courage.
. * . The veto is a conclusive demonstration of
what was apparent before, that the conflict between the
President and Congress admits of neither compromise
nor reconciliation ; and that the controversy canoe de?
cided only by an appeal to their common superiors, the
The Times, Republican, says :
"The message of the President announcing his veto of
the Olvil Rights Bill, which we publish in fall in other
columns, may not command universal assent. But we
venture to think that few state papers have ever been
given to the world that wUl so thoroughly comptl the
attention of tMnldng mon of whatever creed, or kindred,
. . * "It may be hoped that arguments so cogent
as those employed in the message will not be thrown
away. It ls not every day that members have an oppor
tunlty of listening to reason and common sense. They
may find this appeal a seasonable and acceptable
change. Be that as lt may, tho President's massige
will be read and studied outside of Congress, and every?
where throughout the civilized world; and wherever it
is read and studied the American name and character
will be elevated, in so far as Andrew Johnson is held to
represent tibe American people."
The Herald, which endeavors to represent both j
parties, say? :
"The veto of the Freedmen's Bureau bill was but the
distant f index announcing the approaching storm.
This veto ls the storm itself, and when it shall have
passed away we shall navo a porer political sky and a
better atmosphere. But before that happy change the
Radical msjorit ids of Congress will be swept away, and
aU the thirty, rix St .tes of the Union will be invited into
both Houses under the successful restoration policy <
"We dare say (hat this Civil Rights bill against the
President's objections will share the fate of tho Freed?
men's Bnreau; but, in any event, it is a declaration of
war against the Radicals and their impracticable
schemes, and Andrew Johnson, as in the rehoilion, is
the mau to fight lt through on his platform of the Union
- and the Constitution."
The New: says :
"The President has strengthened bis position im?
measurably by his veto of the odious and unconstitu?
tional Civil Rights Bill. Of course it wiU intensify thc
Radical hostility toward him, but that miy bc consider?
ed as a point gained. There was no possibility of any
compromise between thc Executive and tho revolution?
ists in Congress compatible with bis dignity and the in?
terests of the country ; and, the more opeu and decided I
the antagonism between two such powers, thc sooner
will the issue be determined. The messes will hail with |
delight thc evidence of their Chief Magistrate's flimnoss
In combatting thc schemes of an incendiary faction. It
ls only by a resolute cxcrciio of tue ?xecuivo authority
that this unnatural contest between ibo two most potent j
influences ia thc political sphere can bc brought to an
FoBim, the "dead duck," in tho Philadelphia rrtss,
"How utterly beneath contempt Andrew Johnson be
eame when he sought ia effect to nullify thc great J
amendment by denying that it made citizens of tho.-e |
who had heretofore been slaves I"
The Tribune has an oracular article, implying more
than it distinctly says, from which we extract the fol?
"Let as think Mr. Johnson that his veto is so sweep?
ing. He might have phrased it more cunningly ; but he
has chosen to let ns know that lt is not this particular
bill that has provoked his opposition, but that any
measure wherejy Congress shall attempt to protect the
Southern blacks against white abuse and oppression
mnst encounter his determined deadly opposition. It
ls not to the mode of doing the thing, but to tho thinn
that Congress proposes to do, that Mr. Johnson's main
objection lies; consequently it is idle to hope that aoy
bill whloh provides-no matter how cautiouslf, timid?
ly-for the protection of the blacks, wilt receive his
sanction. It ls, therefore, idle to consider bis reasons
in detail; Hinco bis main objection is not to any detail,
but to the purpose and necessary scope cf the measure!
"Let us rejoice, then, that it is thus made still clearer
that fAe blacks can have no other protection than that cf
their own notes. The Freedmen's Bureau must go; the
Civil Right* of the binais must romain such, and only
such, as their reipectlve States choose to accord them.
If, then, they are to remain subjects and Pariahs in the
land of their birth, they can have no rights at all; for
the bone thrown by contemptuous pity to a beggar's
dog is not his by right but by grace and favor. The
blacks must vote, or those who hate them will verify
their own prediction that they cannot live free among
us, bot must perish from off the face of the earth."
The N. 7. Commercial Adi-ertiser, Republican, en
dorses the Message. It says:
His reasoning is cogent, and must be satisfsctery to
all who respect tho limitations of the Constitution or
Federal power-who desire economy o? administration
and who correctly estimate the true value of State
rights. It can only be dla taster ul t> those who have
gone wild upon the npgro question, and who are anx?
ious for legislation which shall especially benefit tlie
buck man. Is there not wisdom enough in Com rees to
discover and adopt such measures, or will that body
prefer to wrangle with the Prosideat in the hope ol IJ
making political capital ? Thero is no real r ocasi?n of I
diOerence, certainly not a shadow of reason for hostili- 11
ty. Fanatics Lave but to ignore pct measures of doubt?
ful expediency, and to act in strict accordance with the
Constitution, and tbey can get ajong with Andrew JofiH-.
Marked Decline of Weal Kstate in Kew
The New York Earning Post, ot the 29th inst, 6ayson
this subject :
Avatt amount of real property of all description? is
offered for sale at auction and through agents at this
time-fir moro than at the beginning of tho Tear. The
recent downward tendency of price?, and tho expecta?
tion that all values will be permanently lower, hare
caused this general offering of houses, store?, lots. Ac ;
but the demand, particularly at the various agencies, is
by no means so activo as it was. At auction a cons'dcr
able number of sales a-e made dally, and aro renlrrto 1 ;
but the actual salen aro small in comparison with the
amount of prop-Tty thtt apparently goes under the
hammer A very largo proportion of lt his beou
knocked down to thc persons off-rii-g it, because thev
wero unwilling to Uko the prices bid
Real estate that ia vslaahlc and desirable command?
bower, lull rates, and tho market for improving pro
porty ie probably as good ss it ever was. Some of th
sales recently made by auc.lon show this, but there cr?
fewer transactions ct fancy pri?es. ut
A singular injinoo of rdfiug off in the value of -
town unimproved property hu? recently bee?. ' -I?*
Some lots on Eighty-thinl street, ne-- -.?ported,
chu-ged bandi, in IS',0 ir * ' -. Avenue A. which
time ego for r" - ?? SO each, were sold a short
bro--" ~<MO Heb, and are understood to have
._eut thrir m rktt ra'ue. On the west side of the
Island, in locations where tho streets are not graded,
there are many lots thia have risen in price very little
.during a period of years.
Undesirable Improved property down town will luring
now only a slight ?dv">c- ? if cuy, on tho rates, of ten
years ago: and sooae rt-'1 ostlte In the district? that sro.
!?o?naoncd" a.? brndntss-^ntrjeor s< fashionable pisces
of resldt-iK-;. basiitccs-anly softened a marked decline
in value. , ,
These facts e>p.Mn f.?VMuS 1 stout the aivanre that
bas taken pla^C In '.he prit, cs of prupertf in many parts
of the city.
The excitaient in te?aid toroids has subsided ; and
persons who declined to act hiu-tily early in the season,
by obtaining houses ?.ud Hores at extravagant prices,
navo generally found their account in that course. It is
now concodod that the rent? anktd lu January atd Feb?
ruary were far too high. Hou<on for which frcm t:JC00
to f a yew wore [temanded, are now t> b9 had we
hear at a decline of un to twenty per cent, and in some
casrs more. Suia'i, n( at house? of lesa value, have been
in great d-jtcand, and very few of those are now tn >
rented. Furei-hed houses, of w! ich many were o'ered'
wfll be let niueu cheaper than they ?<n" Robeena
month or two a?o,
For suth pl&Ccs <?:' lAltiinOM aw ?.re. obi rento.?, the ask?
ing price ia lower. '1 bo caso c f a store iu a down town
street, near Bro dway. muy bc jtiven iu illustration, lt
rented last year for i3 GO. This year the tum was
raised to $."iOO0. Tb-> Occupant, kuovir.g where to find
a cheaper place, deciiued to pay thc $5000, and decided
not to remain. Thc Btoro to be vacated was not rented
at tho advauoed price; but afterwards was offered for
the rent of last year, and finally tho price was reduced
The number ff atoros, kc, nnd the number of dwell
ing-housee in thc city heine Insufficient for the accom?
modation of business and tho people, there w?l proba?
bly be few ch'ap rina fer tho pro-ont. But tho specu
lation with whloh tho year opened, and widen had the
e ffect of raising routs beyond ;;'l reason, has so nearly
ceased as to promise a far b-tt.?r etat.) of things than
was anticipated a few weeks a?w by the public. Thc ex?
tremo upward movement never had tho support of tho
most sagacious holders of real estate, or of the well-iu
f rmed dealers and agent*. In viow of the depression
and uncertainty of business, ?hero is litttn doubt that
many extraordinary bargaiue in rente will prove very
disadvantageous to all concerned.
?-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-By GEORGE BUIST, Esq.,
Ordinary.- Whereas, CATHARINE RYAN, wife of JOHN
RYAN, mado snit to mo to grant her Letters of Ad?
ministration of the Estate and Effects of JOHN WELCH,
formerly of Charleston, Mechanic : These are, there?
fore, to cite and admonish all and singular thc
kindred and creditors of the said JOBS WELCH, de
ceased, that they he and appear^efore me, in the
>Court of Ordinary, to be held at Charleston, at No.
^?m?edge-Bireat, on tho 10th day of April, 1866, after
pvllicatiofseseof, at ll o'clock'in the forenoon, to
??ow cause, if :any they have, -why the said Adioin
istration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this twenty-sixth day of March
Anno Domini 1806. GEORGE BUI8T,
March 27 tu2 Judge of Probates
sar AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYEE
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. Address
E. B. FOOTE, M. D., Ho. 1130 Broadway, New York,
MW COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE
SEATED Toilet Soap, in such universal demand
a made from the cholceat materials, is mild and
emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial In its action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Gooda Dealers,
February 7 lyr
SW HILL'S HALB DYE-PITTY CENTS
BLACK OB BROWN.-Instantaneous in effect, reliable
for natural appoaranoe, beauty of color and durability;
also the cheapest and best in use. Depot, No. 60 John
street, corner of William street, New York, and sold by
Druggists and yancy Goods Stores everywhere,
November 29 av 8mo
mw IT C H I ITCH 1 ITCH 1 SCBAT CB
SCRATCH i SCRATCH I-WHEATON'S OINTME.NI
WILL CURE THE ITCH TN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS.
Also eurea SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS, tai
all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. Price 60 cents. Fo?
salo by all Druggists. By sending 60 cents to WEEKS
A POTTER, Sole Agents, No. 170 Waakiugton-etxcol,
BoBton, Mass., lt will bo forwarded by man, free of post
age, to any part of the United States.
Novamber 8 !mo
KW BATCHELOB'S HAIR DTE!-THE ORIGINAL
aad best in the world 1 The only true and perfect HAi'B
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with?
out Injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the ill effects c
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine ls signed
(TTLLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MTT.T.EFLEUBS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17 lyr
SO-SPECIAL NOTIOE. - "GREATOAK8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
the tables and shelves of th? medica) fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while yoe may. Tho smallest
pimple on the akin ls a tell-tale and indicator of disease
It may fade anet die away from the PU rf ace of the body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
'lethe result and Anal close. MAGGLEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PELLS cure whore al
others falL While for Burna, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuta
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIFL'S Salve ls in?
fallible. Sold by J. MAGG IEL, No. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 26 cents per box,
September 25 lyr
SPRIXC INO SUMMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAYING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
the public that he ls receiving a (nil assortment of
OLOTH8, C?8SSIMERE8, COATINGS AND VESTINGS
of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low flgu'es, persons wishing anything in my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, au I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up in the very bett st j le at Edgerton A
Richards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street
March 30 j. g. PHILLIPS.
CLOTHING AND FURHISHING GOODS,
HAY1?E AND MEETING STREETS,
THE SUBSCRIBES HA8 OPENED A LARGE AND
handsome assortment of SPRING CLOTHING, ol
he latest and most desirable styles, to which bo invites
he attention of buyers both from the interior and city.
Selle ving that the Goods will suit tho market, not only
n quality end style but also in price, he respectfully no
?cits an examination of his stock before purchasing
.lsewhorc. W. A. LUDLOW.
GEO. F. RANKIN will be happy to see his friends at
he above establishment. The office of WALDRON,
JGLESTON A CO. will be found at tho same pie co.
March ?fl lmo_
io. 219 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
ONE DOOR SOUjf H OF MARKET-STREET.
SJ OW OPENED, AND RECEIVING WEEKLY PEIt
.1 Minamere, a choice selection of SPRING AND CUM?
IES CLOTHING OF ALL ORA DES. Thc garments of
ercd uro thoroughly mudo, and equcl in all respects to
ttstom W'.-rk Special attention JpviUd to the stock
SACKS AND SACKTEE3
10TR' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING ?to suit all ugfs)
ILNTLESIEN'S FURNISHINU ?OOD3 l?u great va
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT supplied with a
lue line of CLOTHS. OaSSIMERES and COATINGS,
uitablc lor the season.
Capt 15. W. McTCREOUS takes charge of the SALES
APARTMENT, and will Le happy to seo his friend*
sd supply fhotn as heretofore.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent.
March 21 ___
WHOLESALE AND P^-rAIL DEALER IS
tientlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Valises, Etc.,
No. 233 KING-STEEET,
NEAR THE CORNER OF MARKET-ST.,
IN THE ADGER BUILDING.
WE TAKE THIS METHOD TO INFORM OUR
friends and the y.ubHc generally, that we wiH
opeD. ou Tues 'ay, 2flth March ; a large and well selected
stock of Spring Goode, comprising a large assortment o
CLOTHING, of the latest stylos, and GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Pan iee will nod lt to their nd vantage to walt for this
stock before purchasing elpea here.
Mr. M. WISEBERG, lat* of Washington, Ark., and
Mr. K. STEENBOCK, late of Sac Antonio, Texas, are to
be fonnd at this tataLLeliment.
NEW HAT HOUSE.
.A. G. GOODWIN,
HITS, CAPS, STM GOftDS,
No. 135 Meeting-st., Up Stairs,
OVER JOHN G. MTJLNOE & CO.,
CHARLESTON, fi. C.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW OPENING AN ENTIRE
J. new and complete etock of GOODS, comprising
everything usually kept in a first-class HAT, GAP, and
STRAW GOODS HOUSE, to which ho invites the atten?
tion of purchasers. Representing the manufacturers oi
many styles of tbe goods, and having unusual facilities
for obtaining all of his goods from first hands, he feels
confident that merchants visiting this market can select
from his slock at the New York jobbers' prices.
N. B.-Having secured the services of Mr. A. 8. J.
PERRY, of the old house of Johnston, Crews A Co.,
and Mr. E. T. BROWN, of the house of F. D. Fanning
& Co., they wculd take pleasure in receiving a coU from
any of their old friends._Imo March 27
KM ll AMERICAN BINK,
INCORPORATED TX DER "THE COMPA?
NIES' ACT, 1863."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL X 1,^-/0,000,
IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
First Issue, 30,000 Shares, and thc remainder to be is?
sued as may be required, under the sanction of a Gen?
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
Having opened Offices at No, 63 WALL 9 TREET, NEW
V'Oi.E, is preparod to sell Bills of Exchange on the
KNGCISH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon
lon, and on the ONION BANK OP LONDON; to buy
Bills of Exchange, snd to issue Commercial and Trawl?
er*'Credits, available in all parts of the world. C~m
nerclal Credits issued for use in tbe
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BE
UPON THE OBIENTALBANK CORPORATION OF
Further particulars may bo ascertained on application
ht tho Office, No. 89 Wall street
WI LU AM WOOD, Manager.
GEO. Ii CK G H ALL WATTS, A s si g tar t Manager.
April 3 3mos
GILLIOT & SOU'S
BIRMINGHAM, LONDON, NKW YORK.
AND No. 45 HAYNE-STIIEET,
CHARLESTON, S. O,
THE ?HDER8IGNEJ; ?FTER A LARGE AND WELL
SELECTED. HTOCK OF STEEL PENH of the above
Manufacturer's make. E. J. DAWSON A 00 ,
Booksellers and Stationers, No. 40 Hayne st
March 27 _ tuthsIS
JUST LANDED ABOUT SEVENTY OUNCES OF THE
first quality. To be sold ches p -ff applied for earl v,
o HENRY TBRNCHARD, Exchange-street,
- ?.eaind the Old Postofllce, Charleston, 8. C.
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTH, direct from tho loom.
April a_ 3
MADE AND REPAIRED,
BY A. JOHNSON,
No. 39 COMING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
NEXT ABOVE MONTAGUE-STREET.
March 30_ g*
ASA CHILD Sc CO.,
GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING.
8AIL0R8' OUTFITTING, HATS. CAPS, Ac.
Agents for Allen's and Wheelock's Pistols,
No. 103 East Bay, n?ar foot of Broad-street
A. CHILDS,.N. G.PARKER.
March 30_ _ lmo
THE STANDARD MANURE.
t FULL SUPPLY RECF" nnr.FT,q r.TrTvn
i. attheshortostnoti.- >? VED-ORDERS FILLED
unsurpassed, hivir- f As a Manure f..r Cotton it
rathern country wi? ? been tried for y.urs w the
Applied 200 to tbp ' e?Vro ?atl??,?U?n'" , .,
it ZtA ia T FUT' -aero In the hill, drill or under tue
L ANTING ?' -JTTFELYOa THE SURFACE Al TEU
PniCE-?f?" "og a longer tim?; for Hs application.
. approvr *B0cash; Iff* tim? - Kikctor's acceptances
ticer <d endorsed notes, payaWe lfith November tu
Aber, out of thc next ero ju
RHODES1 LAND PLASTER.
SOO BARKELS WARRANTED POKE GYPSUM.
B. S. RHETT SL SON,
EXCHANGE-STREET, BACK OF OLD POSTOFFICE.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
PRICE REDUCED-$62.50 CASH.
?65 PAYABLE BY FACTORS' ACCEPTAN?
CES IN NOVEMBER.
fl WARRANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION. 160
VY to 300 lbs. per acre will produce lull cre? s, and
ratlnuully add to the fertility ti tie f od.
H. W. KINSMAN,
CLE AGENT FOR MAPES' NITROGENJZED PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME,
March 10 Imo No. 27!i Ring-street
TIN PLATE ! TIN PLATE!
c\f\S\ BOXES ALLAWAY'? BEST I C AND I X
?\J\J CHARCOAL TIN, ol direct importation.
Just rocelved, and for sale by
LOBET. 1' MURE A CO.,
February 21 No 66 Church street
HIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC OF THI3 CITY AND ITS VICINITY-'
that he has just opened an entire new and verj ei tensive stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
CONSISTING OF EVEBY VARIETY BELONGING TO THAT LINE; ALSO, A LARGE SELECTION OF
DRESS TRIMMINGS, 8TRAW GOODS, RIBBONS, ARTIFICIALS, ETC.,
Carefully selected for the
WHOLESALE IND RETAIL TRADE,
Which ho ia enabled, by recent purchases for CASH, to offer at greatly reduced prioeg. Purchasers wiB do weK?
by giving him a call, as he will endeavor to give general satisfaction.
(FORMERLY FROM CHARLOTTE, N. C.,)
No. 806 King street, between Wentworth and Society streets.
P. S -The attention cf merchants from the country is also respectfully solicited, as they will find goods wei fl
adapted to their trade.
April 3_Imo? .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS HOUSE.
THE BEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF SPRING GOODS, ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOB THU?
Harket A call from the LADIES, COUNTRY MERCHANTS, AND PLANTERS, ls respectfully solicited^
Having seoured the most poHta Salesmen in the trtdc, Utey wiU be happy to see their friends st
NG. 268 KINO, COBNBB OF WENTWOETH-8TBEET, UNDER THE MASONIC HALL.
WM. BOY, formerly with BROWN k CALDER,
B. 0. MoCLURE, formerly with WM. HOWLAND. 1
L. B. LOVEGREEN, formerly with A. F. BROWNING k QO
8. H. 8EYLE8, formerly with A. F.-BBOWNLNG A CO.
L. D. BOMAB. WM. H. BTELNMEEER, Bookkeeper.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE
KING & CA8SIDEY,
"W HOLE SA. LE DEUQGISTS,
No. 151 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, H. C.
HUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
LOCOMOriVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
FIRE-PROOF SAFES, &c, &c.
April 2 _
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 173 East Bay,
HAVE NOW IN STORE
Of Every Description and Size.
WHICH THEY OFFEll AT
FEET OF LUMBER,
OF VARIOUS SIZES,
ASD FOR SALE: BY
EBAUGH & MALLONEE,
NEAR NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD.
N. B.-Our PLANER In frJl or*r_t.on, -ti.l wo *olicit
or-lw?. 0 April 2 j
TO THE 1.
Paint and Dhig
WE BEG TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE
DRUG AND PAINT HOUSE
King* & Cassidey,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
ABE ENABLED TO OFFEB OUR WELL KNOWN
TO THE TRADE AT PRICES WHICH WILL COM?
WITH MANUFACTURERS OF THESE GOODS,
EVEN TN NEW YORE, AND WE TAEE
PLEASURE IN RECOMMENDING
D. F. TIEMANN & CO.
M ?rt Cote
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAYING PURCHASED LARGE?
LY OF THESE WELL KNOWN
Of which they hare a Stock ou band and continually'
arriving, INFORM THE TRADE,
BOTH WHOLESALE MD RETAIL,
THAT THEY ARE ENABLED TO COMPETE WITH
FISSENT NEW TORE PRICES
In these GOODS, which will be found
THAN THE SAME QUALITY OF
PAINTS AND COLORS
CAN BE BOUGHT OF ANY OTHER PARTIES.
KING & CASSIDEY,
Marth 21_CHARLESTON, S. C.'
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
Heeting and John streets*,,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS, AND IS PREPARED
tu attend to the
SHOEING OF HORSES,.
BUILDING AND REPAIRING OF
CARTS. DRAYS. WAGONS, Aso.
AU work entrusted to him will l c done with neatne-e'
and dispatch. _February 8
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
4GENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALB Ol
HEAL ES TATE In any of the Southern States.
J30 AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, ET?
PAIRING, Ac OF CITY PROPERTY Aogue 23