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ATEST FI SE ASSORTMENT OF BASKETS JUST
received, and of the moat desirable styles, suob
.a: LADIES' KETIOULE OB WO BK BASKETS, taney
eotored; Traveling. Market, Lunch, Key, Ac,, of ell kinds
- mad sizes. For sale low at
Von Santen's Bazaar,
No. 390 KING-STREET.
March S 1
G. W. Steffens & Co
No. 320 KING-STREET,
COBNER OF GEORGE.
CHOICE BUTTER, LARD AND CHEE8E
New Fork Sugar-Oured Hams, Strips and Shoulders
Davis' Di ?mond Hams
Crosio A Blackwell's Picolili
English and French Mustard
8uears, Coffee and Teas-the finest in market
Northern Bolognas and Pork Sausages
Choice Brandies and Wines
Champagne and Crab-Applo Cider, Ac.
G. W. STE?M & C0.7
NO. 28 VENDUE RANGE.
Cir BBL9. AND HHDS. HAMS, STRIPS AND
30 sicks Coffee, assorted
100 bbls. Family Flour
50 bbls. and hods. Sugars
20 half bbls. Family Beef and Pork
15 bbls. Whtto Wine Vinegar
40 bbls. Gibson's Whiskey
100 bbls. Potatoes
20 ohests Hyson and Black Tea?
60 dozen Buckets and Brooms
Butter. Lard, Cheese. Sardines
Mackerel, Lobsters, Tomatoes
Extra Bee-Hive and Sugar-House Syrup
Champagne Champagne cider, Crab-Apple Cider
20 bbls. Kerosene Oil
1000 Lamps, assorted, Ac_March 3
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO,,
CHARLE STOW, S. C..
OFFER FOB SALE LOW FOB CASH :
1 r\/^\f\ 8ACK8 LIVERPOOL SALT
ji_\JVJKJ 300 barrels Simar-A, B and 0
200 bags Rio and Java Coffee
1000 kegs Nails, asserted
000 ooUs Manilla and Hemp Rope
100 bales Gunny and Dandee Bagging
100 barrels Molasses and 8yrup
300 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candles
SOO kegs Powder-whole, half and quarter kegs
.500 bags Shot ?nd Lead
600 barrels Flour-Fine. Super and Extra
200 dozen Buokets, Brooms and Tube
Copperas, Bluestone, Madder
Indigo. 8plces, Starch, Yeast Powder
Soda, Pickles, Sardines, Tea, Mackerel, etc., etc.
March 29 tbstulmo
~G\r\f\ r\r\r\ SEGABSIN STORE AND NOW
4^\JyJ9\J\J\J landing from soar. "Aid," from
Havana, of the following justly celebrated brands and
M. O. BIO HONDO
M C FLOR CANOIO
LONDRES 2d SCENO
LONDRES. TOUNG AMERICA
LONDRES. LA RITELLA
LONDRES, JENNY LIND
LONDRES, Y ZEPEDA
HEG ALTA BRITTANICA YOONG AMERICA
WHOLE REGALIA VALENTINA
MEDIA BREVAS VALENTINA
WHOLE BREVAS VALENTINA
BREVAS YOONG AMERICA
BREVAS JENNY LIND
BREVAS, LA ROSARITO
BREVAS CABANAS Y CARBA JAL
KING'S SEGAB CABANAS Y CARBAJAL
BRITTANICA CILINDRADOS FILANTROPA
BRITTANICA CELINDRATOS ISPANOLA.
POT sale low, in lots to suit purchasers, by
DBCOTTES A SALAS,
March 27_tutbi-30_No. 118 East Bay.
'J O DO-- BOXES BIDWELL'S COAL OIL GREASE.
2_ ? ALSO.
WAGOV AND RUGGY HUES
Bi?iH, Spokes, Shelves
-Jjpaued Eotmeled Cloths
Patent Lather, ic Ac _
Apply at NO. G7 HASEL-STREET.
AprU 2 3*
10 TO Vs BBL. TURPENTINE STILL AND WORM,
iu ?r.-.t-rato order. Apply immediately at
GOLDSMITH A KIND'S.
Phoenix Iron Works
April 2_2_Columbia. S C.
SEED RICE! SEED RICE!
"X OT OF SUPERIOR FLAIL THRASHED SEED
.COTTON SEED! COTTON SEED !
frc/"\ BUSHELS BEST FRIPP SEED, CROP 1885
*JD\J 200 bushels Owens' Seed, crop 1864. Lot
carefully selected by planters.
April 2 Not Ut Atlantic Wharf.
POTATOES ! P01AT0ES!
-S BBLS. POTATOES LANDING FROM S UHR.
JUJU A. C. AUSTIN. For sale by
OLNEY A CO,
Varch 39 Noa. 9 and ll Vendue Bange.
7LLVO, LATHS AND PLASTER
?rtlef) BARREL8 FRESH LIME IN FINE 8HIP
SLLOaW FING order.
30 000 LATHS LANDING FROM SCHOONER A. C.
60 barrels Laud Plaster.
SO barrels Calcined Plaster, per schooner A TON n
.send. For sale by
OLNEY A CO.
Varch 29 Noe. 9 and ll Vendue Range.
GUANO! t, ANO!
PERUVIAN AND SWAN ISLAND GUANOS, SOPER
PHOSPHATES, and the Bruce Concentrated Per
'Miser are offered to tho trade at the lowest wholesale
Sirtoes by GEO. E. WHITE fc CO.,
* ' No. 00 CUII-stroot. Now York
Or 0KISOLM BROTHERS, Sole Agoiita,
Novemberi_No. SB East PST Ohartastog: H. 0_
NAILS! NAILS ! NAILS !
/~a KEGS ' OLD DOMINION"" NAILS, ASSORT?
ES 1 J K) ED Kizes. PINCKNEY BROTHERS,
Apr-I ' North Atlantic WharL.
PRIME NEW CROP MOLASSES.
rrt" HHD?. PRIME NEW CROP, CLAYED AND
?J.') MUSCOVADO MOLASSES, balance of cargo
liri" Hirrv. from Matanzis, for sale at the lowest ratts
' JOSEPH H. RISLEY
* or H. F. BAKER i": CO..
March 28 No. 20 Oumherlaiid-st tveL
WK ARE NOW READY TO SUPPLY THE TRADE
with genuine 8CARFALETTI SMOKING TO?
MANT0UE & CO-,
Sole Agents lor Charleston
February 15 'tao and State of South Carolin*.
IMFOBTKB AJTD DKALES Ot
trine Groceries. Choice Teas, etc., ?Cv,
3res. KO 4 262 OHSENWICB-S1.. COE. OF MURRAY
FEUITS, SEGABS, CONFEC
TIONEHY, &?., &c.
JUHT RECEIVED. BY BECENT ARRIVALS, FBOM
N'W York tod Boston
75 boxes CHOICE MESSINA ORANGES
30 bbls. Choleo Apples
3J boxes Choice Messina Lemons
600 boxes (assorted sizes) Fino Eleme Figs
i cases French Prunes, in jars and boxes
1 case assorted Barana Jelly
100 boxes Choice French Confectionery
10 bbl?. 8oft-3heU Almonds
5 bblB. Texas Pecan Nuts
5 bbls. Brazil Nuts
6 bbls. Filberts
S bbls. English Walnuts.
ALSO, IK STOBX,
An assortment of choice Havana and American SE
GARS, PIPES, in great variety, Market and Fancy
Baekets. For sale by JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 121 Meeting street, opposi'-e Icc House.
HAMS, B ICON, LARD,
(r%r\ TIERCES EXTRA AND CHOICE SU?AR
?i\J CUBED HAMS
10 bbls. choice Bacon Strips
10 bbls. Sugar-Cured Breakfast Bacon, in canvass
20 hhds. prime Bacon 8ldts
25 hhds. prime Bacon Shoulders
12 tierces prime Pork Heads
60 kegs pure Leaf Lard
IS tierces Prime Lard
20u boxeB of Matthieu ft Son's Celebrated Jellies,
Mar?nala los, Chow Chow, Piccalilli, Geri ins
and assorted Pickles, Mustard, Horse Radish
and Seville Olives. Landing and for sal? low by
LA UK EY k ALEXANDER,
April 3 tnth2 NOB. 138, 140 and 148 Meeting-st.
STAGGS' CHOICE SUGAR
s/^V TLERC":-, OF THE ABOVE CHOICE HAMS,
.t\J which have taken the first premium, not only
[n this country but in Europe, just landing, and for sale
Dy HEN UV CO BIA ft CO.
April3 4 No. 28 Vt-nrtne Ranifo
SHINGLES, BRICKS, GRAVEL,
WHITE SAND ANO WOOD.
OA AAn FIRST QUALITY CTPRESS SOIN
OU.UUU OLES, just landing
70,000 Gray and Brown Bricks
15C0 bushels Gravel
White Sand, Oak and Pine Wood sawed and delivered.
T*opair CAR WHS.ELS, with Axles attached.
For ea'e lo? for cash by WM. JOHNSON.
East end Laurous-strecL
April 3 tnthi
RED ASH EGG COAL
CHEAP AT $11.
THE REMAINING CARGO OF TUE SCHOONER
AUDENREtD, at Boyce's Wharf, will bc sold from
ihe vessel In quantities t > snit purchasers, at $11 per
ion, If taken to day mid to morrow.
Those who wish a supply will do well to apply carly
:o T. 8. k T G. BUDD,
April 3_2_Boyce's Wharf.
ROSIN AND SPIRITS OP TUR
I N QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS, FOR SALE
L low. by STYLES ft CARTER,
AprilS Imo No. 19 Yanderhorst's Wharf.
t%Xtf\ BARRELS, JUST RECEIVED AND FORI
Q?y\J sale by RAVENEL ft CO.
TUST RECEIVED FROM NEW ORLEANS A SMALL
consignment of COTTON SEED, of last year's crop,
nd of superior quality. For salo in lots to sultpur
hasora, by ROBER r MURE ft CO.,
April 3_2_Doyce ft Co > Wharf.
*S\ BUSHELS VERY PRODUCTIVE GREEN SEED |
J\J 30 bushels genuino "Fripp" 8eed.
For sale by W. C. BEE ft CO..
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Eact Bay.
April 2_. _2_
}?OL f\ f \ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND TEL-1
Landing this day from Steamers-for sale low in
>ts to ault buyers, by
JNO. 8. BIRD. JR , ft CO..
April 3 2 Corner of Church and Tradd-streets.
CORN! CORN ! CORN!
i AAA BUSHEL9 PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
fcv/LfV/ CORN, to arrive, and for salo in quantities
> suit purchasers, by FERGUSON ft BARKER,
April 2 _ Brown's Wharf.
/^/"Vf". BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
.\J\f\J CORN, por steamship Goneral Custar,
tpectod this day from Baltimore
KIO bnahols Prime White Maryland Corn, per steam?
ship Cumberland, from Ba'timore.
For cale by weight, in quantities to suit purchasers,
jr PORCH cit ft HENRY.
March 30_ _ 3
l?R?r??TS, HAY AND BRAN.
)AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
?\J\J\J 1000 bushels Yellow Corn
1600 bosbols Heavy . ats
300 bales of Primo Hay.
For sale low by WILLIAM MORAN.
Corner of John and Elizabeth streets.
I ACON SIDES, SHOULDERS, ftc!
0HHDS. CHOICE bIDES.
10 hhds. Choice Shoulders,
5 BOX. ES BREAST PIECE&
anding and for pole by HENRY COBIA ft CO.,
April 2 2 N 26 Vondue Range.
' r\ HHDS. RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT.
)\J For sale by DKCO TT ES ft SALAS.
March 30 6
)CA BAGS OF GOOD RANGOON RICE, JUST |
m tf KJ received per 8. Morton, from Liverpool
For tale by PORCHER ft HENRY,
March 29_No. 32 Kant Bay.
rLOUR, SUGAR, CANDLES, Etc.
I f\f\ BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR
LV/v/ 100 boxes Adamautlce Caudles
?0 bbls. Refined Sugar
100 gross Parlor Matobes
Bbls. aod firkins choice Leaf Lard
Choleo Hyson aud lilack Toas
Choice Butter. Ubi-cao
Oil, Starch, Soap, Prunes
Coleman's Eu^lioh Mustard
Crosse ft Black well's PicallUl
Backets, Brooms, Brushes
Mathews' White Wino Vinegar
Carolina Rice, etc
For sale by MULLET ft NIMITZ,
Maroh 30_3 No. 30 Veudue Rantfe.
2*0 BALES PRIMEN. R. HAY, LANDING FROM
?JO brig "Manzanil!i" ca wharf foot of H?6el
itreot. For salo low while landing, Lv
JOHN CA MPS KN ft CO..
No. ll Market-street, opposite State-street.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
f)?A BBLS. PLANTING POTATOES, IN GOOD
a\J\J order. Apply to
P. J- STUUGEtf.
Maroh 22_ _No. IC. Vendue R ingo.
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AM) CA? FINDINGS
Machinery or Every Description.
PAIT8 PATENT KO LUNG LEVER SHEAR'
IO. M COURTLAND-STREET,
Coruor ?f Groo? wich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKE.?
iou?, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship sud Bridge Bolts, Im:
Porgings of various kinds, ftc, ft.?.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE au
LAND LANTERNS. Portablo Font** and Jack Screws
totten Duck for Car Cover*, Br,-s ?nd Silver Trite
nings, Bolting of all kinds, li?nw' Checks, ftc. ftc.
Also, Agents for the Manufacturo? of OAR HEAT
LBKBT Bama ES..JOKL C LAM?
October 28 stuC?6u;9
FOR UVEEPOOL.-TO 84IL ON |
k0RBEFORE THE 21ST ENST.-The fi^t sall?
ying American bark SCOTLAND, B. E. May
.nerd Master, capacity only 1000 bales, hat one- j
half of her cargo engaged and going on board, will '
be promptly dispatched for the above pori
For balanco ot freight engagements apply to
April a_ No. 74 East Bay.
FOR LIVERPOOL-THE A No. 1
^British Bark 8. MORTON, Captain Rioaano
>HOOD, having entered under tho Five Day Act,
. will commence discharging cargo, This Day, at
Having the greater portion of her cargo engaged, wiU
meet with quick dispatch for tho above port.
9W Parties are cautioned not to credit the crew, as |
tho captain will not be responsible.
For freight engagements, apply to
MARSHALL, BEACH ft CO.,
March 30_6 No. 24 Broad-street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE BRITISH I
*BARK WILLIAM RENNIE. W. A. Decker!
> Master, having a portion of her cargo engaged, ,
?will have despatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
March 30 _GIBBES A CO.
FOR LIVER FOOL-THE FINE
first-class British bark "LAKEMBBA." John
>Cowan Master, having a portion of hor rargo
.engaged, will meet with dispatch for the above
For Freight engagemrnts. apply to
FERGUSON A HOLMES,
March 29 Accommodation Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOL-THE A ? O. I
^American ship "HUDSON," -, Master,
> having a portion of ber cargo engaged, will
. have quick dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
March 13 WlLLIB A CHISOLM.
FOR HAVRE, DIRECT -THB
first-class Clipper PackAt Schooner B. N. HAW
SKIN'S, W< att, Master, h >s two-thirds cargo en
?gac.e.1. Wants 300 bale.i Uplaud, ,60 bales Sea |
Island. For engagements apply to
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf.
FOR NEW.YORK.-MERCHANTS' |
vLtN?.-The fast sailing schooner D.C. H?LSE j
> Tyler master, will nave immediato dispatch.
For freight apply to
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf.
Apru a _
FOR BALTIMORE-Al SCHOON?
ER ECLIPSE having a portion of her cargo
engaged, wlil have carly dispatch f r the
above port. For freight engagemeuts ap?
ply to tho office of the agents.
WILLIS ft CHISOLM,
March 30_North Atlantic Wnarf.
FOR BALTIfltORE-[TO SA<L ON
STUE8DAY, 'J HE 3D APRIL.]-Tin fast sail
ling Schooner F. J. PALMER. J. Palmer, Maa-1
.ter, tri i take what Freight offers, and sail pos. |
Itivcly as above.
For Freight engagements, apply to
March 30 3_No. 7 i East Bay,
VESSELS WANTED TO LOAD
for New York. Camden, N. J., New Orleans, |
and Weat Indies.
Apply to H. F. BAKER ft CO.,
April 2_2_No. 20 Cumberland street
90 TON SCHOONER-FOR SALE,
Freight, or Charter, tho schooner FLYING
?SCUD, Captain Spates, LOW discharging foot
?O bbls. prime PEACH BLOW EATING POTATOES.
WiU sell in lots of 5 bbls., at $3 SO per bbl, by captain
on board, or J. N. WOOD. Agent,
April 2 2* Lumber Yard, Lioguard-streot.
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
fTTHE REGULAR TRIPS BETWEEN THE CITY AND I
JL MOUNT PLEASANT naring been resumed, the
fine steamer ROCKLAND, Captain W. F. Adair, will run
as follows from Wharf foot of Market-street:
DDK IN O THE WSBK:
Leave City at..10 A. M., 3 and 6X P- M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 A M., 12 M. and SX P. M.
- ' OH SUNDAY:
Leave Ol ty at.10 A M., 1,3, and 6* P. M.
Letave Mount Pleasant st 0 A M., 12 M., 2 and6X P- M.
March 17 _,
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
CAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, EVERY
Tuuday and Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Freight received ou Mondays aiul Thursdays.
For engagements Freight or Paisage, appiy onboard,
or to FERGUSON ft HOLMES,
N. B -Georgetown Freight and Charleston Wharfage
collected In Georgetown.
Freight taken for Landings on the Peo Dee River, to
bo transferred at Georgetown to steamer R E. BELL
Thr PILOT BOY connects at Georgetown with steam?
er "LITTLB ADA," for Conwayboro', 8. C.
Freights mus; be prepaid to all paints beyond George?
town. _ fi rath April 2
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING 8TEAMER
E TUL ILIE,
Captain GEORGE H. BEAUFORT,
WILL LEAVE A8 ABOVE FROM SOUTHERN
Wharf, on Thursday H'arning, April 6th, at8 o'clock.
For Freight or Pjs.-a.e apply on b< ard or to
H. L. P. MCCORMICK,
BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMER
CAPTAIN J. FITZGERALD.
CARR Y INO THE V. S. MAIL,
WILL LEAVE VANDEItnoBST'? WHARF FOh
Savannah, ever? Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock,
precisely, stopping at Beaufort ami Hilton Head, con?
cocting with Steamer ind Ruilroad at Savannah, for all
point* in Georgia and Florida.
sYW Freight received daily ond Stored without extra
For Freight or Passage apply to
STYLES A CARTER,
No. 19 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
GASTEN & STOWELL,
BOOTS AND SHOES
NOS. 23 MURRAY AND 27 WARREN STREETS. N. T
ROBERT GASTEN, I 8. A STOWELL,
Lite of Gasten, Dickson ft I Late of Meade, Stowell i
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. J Co,, New York.
November 23 theta Arno
WILL LEAVE FOR THE ABOVE FORT THIS
DAT, the 3d inst, at 7 o'clock A. M.
For freight or passage, apply at tho Office of the
Agents. WILLIS ft CHI SOL M
April 3 North Atlantic Whart
WILL LEAVE BBOWN ft CO.'8 WHARF FOR THE
abovo port on Wednesday next, the 4th Inst, at 8
o'clock A. M.
For freight or passage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS ft CHISOLM,
April 2 North Atlante Wharf.
FOB NEW TOBE.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MATT. LIN)
OP PLBST-0LA88 STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I Q, CA It KR CITY
ALHAMBRA, | ANDALUSIA.
TT7TLL LEAVE ADDER'S WHARF ON SATUR
W DA), April 7.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVEN EL ft CO., Agents.
The QUAKER CITY will leave on nth April.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving each Port every Alternate Thursday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. 80?DEB,
CAPT. R W. LOOXWOOO.
STEAMSHIP HONE K A,
CAPT. C. P. MABSHMAX.
fTTHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gera, with tables supplied by every luxury th? New York
and Charleston markets can afford ; and, for safety, speed
?nd comfort, are unrivalled on the ooast.
CAPT. 0. P. MARSH MAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, OJ
THURSDAY, AprU Sth, at ll o'clock A. M.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New York
For Froight or Passage apply at the office of the Agents
WILLIS ft CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consign?os in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOI
ft 00._April 2
PACIFIC M.UL ST* AltlSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE 17. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
SNCAKBBBPS ON THE CONNKCTINO ON THE PACIFIC
ATLANTIC, WITH THS
NEW YORK.OOLDEV CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. Ac , ftc.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Cunal-atrec-t, at Vi o'clock, noon, ou the 1st. 11th and
91st of ovory month fcx.-ept when tlio<>e dut's fallon
Sunday, and then on the preceding Satnrdar), for ASPI>
WALL, ri-maecting vin Panania Hallway witta ono cf the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN?
CISCO, touching nt ACAPULCO.
Loparlurcs of 1st and 2let connect ut Panama with
Kienmers f.->rS"TJTH PA' TITO and CE"?THAL AMERI?
CA N POli'IV. Tho?? of the lat. touch at MANZANILLO.
A iliac? mit ol ONE QUARTER from steamers' lutes
ulloved to H-.cond cabin anti steeragepsaseofr ra with
ftitilllee. .Mao, an alto*ance of ONE QUARTER
throngb nie* to clergymen an?! their fimilii-p, und
Ri-honl (?achers; HUUIIWH having hoiiorablo discharge.
one hundred pounds b:ig^a?.-c allowed to each adult
Bunjsge-ui taters accompany bsiigajte tbrctuh and at?
tend to ladles i-nd rhildrnn without lualt- prot'-etors.
bu2?ace KolTud on the dock thc day before sailing,
from steamboat^ rai l rinds, and passengers who prefer
to send down early.
Ai: experienced S-jig'.'Oti i>n beard. Mo kine and at
Iciid nico freo.
ForPa-s i?:i> Tickets, or further Information, apply ot
the Company "s Ticket Office, en the Wharf FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, SORTS RIVER, NEW YOltK.
April 2 3mr>8 F. W. G BELLOWS, Agent.
CEDAR CAM PHOR
FOR ?ioi HS. -VH i KARLY, AND YOU GAIN
money whil-i you fle-p, ior you Have by d'stroying
?warms yet unborn 0. C. la snj 1 by sll druggists.
BAMBU ft CHAPMAN, Bojton.
FOB SAVANNAH DIRECT,
TEE MEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
il OOO Tons.)
CAPT. L. M. COXETTEB,
VTflLL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARP EVERY WED
W NESDAT MO RN D?a, st c o'ckwk for the abort
aw Freight received dally at the Agency and stored
without extra, charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to_
L. M. COXETTEB. Agent,
Office on Brown's whorl
BW Agents st Savannah, Messrs. L J. OLLLMARTIN
at 00._March 87
e CAPT. L. M. COXETTEB,
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF EVERY WED?
NESDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock precisely, tax
Jacksonville, via Savannah sad fernandina.
Returning, will leave Jack son viUe every Friday Morn
: ittff, at a o'clock, and Savannah Saturday Horning, st t
o'clock, for Cha'leaton.
OW Freight received daily at the Agency and stored
without extra charge.
For Freight or PaasBge, apply to _
lt. IL COXETTEB, Agent,
Office on Brown's Wharf.
OW Agents at Savannah, Messrs. L. J. GILLMARTEN
A CU_March 19
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEES.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MATT. STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
I from New York.
Greet Seduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Bates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, wfli have their
baggage removed Free, and every core bestowed oa
For Passage, tc, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 2X1
West street, New York, or
H. M. QUINN & BROTHER
Na 637 KINO STSSCT, OHASXBSTOM, S. CL,
And No. 137 Brr? J street, opposite Monument street.
Aturaste. G. A. lyr February J7
S T O C K H OLDERS
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Northeastern Railroad Company will be held
at the Hall of the Charleston Insurance and Trust Corn
pay,- Bread-street, To-Slorrov>, the 4th of April, " at One
o'clock P. M., when an Election for a President and Six
Directors, to serve for the ensuiag year, will take place.
Aprils_a Treasurer N. E. R R. Co.
SCHEDULE OV SPARTA S BURG AND
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, THE 22d INST., THE
trains will leave Sparenburg 0. H. on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at SA M., and reach Shelton
at MO A M.
Returning. leave 8 bc 1 ton at 3 P. M. and arrive at Spar?
tan burg CH. at 7.30 P. M.
Passengers can now go through to Columbia In ene
day acd return in one day-stages, hacks sud wagons
connecting between the two roads.
THOMAS B. JETEE,
President Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UnionvlB, S. 0., March 20,1866,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAIL?
OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT, 1
CHAHLESTON, S. C., March 23, 1806. )
ON SATURDAY, THE 24TH INST., THIS ROAD WELL
be opened to Ashepoo, 86 miles from Charleston.
! Passengers will leave Mill street depot st 7.30 A. M., oa
I Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, as heretofore.
Freight will be received dally between S o'clock A M.,
I and 3 o'clock P. M.
(Signed) H. 8. HAINES,
Engineer and Superintendent
March 23 6 stu the
UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS.
FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
STEEL PEN SLLWACTTJEERS,
waRPirnnflEH \ No' 463 Arcli-street, Pillia.
WAREHOUSES j jg0 tii j0hn-street, N. York.
Samples and prices on application. Lots made to oi?
ler of any pattern or stamp required.
CAUTION.-Thees Pons are of genuine American
manufacture, and equal In finish, elasticity and fineness
if point to tho best imported. They are, therefore, sure
) gain tht> couii'leuce of tho American public Tho fae.
mile of our Signatur?? is sufficient security against for.
imitation. R. ESTERBROOK A CO.
B. J. BECK & CO.
No. a PINE-STREET, NEW VORK,
JOH PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
*n.olaaltan>i Btttdi Dealer? in Firtt-Ctau Ojfice Fixture*.
("CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT
\j MENT uf Foreign and Domestic LETTER AND
vOTE PAPER. Envelopes of every size and quantity.
Certificates of Stock, Bonds, Checks Notes, Drafts,
Jills of Exchange, Billheads and Cards, Ac, tastefully
?itv ut ed.
Orders hy mail will receive prompt attention at low
.nt cash prices.
3. J. BECK.CHAS. NEWBOURQ
October 28 stuthly?
"HARRIS & BROTHER,
No. 40 JOIIN-STRRET.
CORNES. OF DUTCH-STREET. NEW YORK.
\ r ANUFACTUBERS OF ENGLISH GLAZED HARD.
Jj, ?ARE AND BLASTING PAPERS,
s. general assortment of all kinds ol Panera snd Twine
**per Stock bought. thsw?mos * November IS