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TO ARRIVE PER SC HR. S. N. SMITH.
?fre TOSS GENUINE PEED VI AN GUANO, TO AB
I O BITE per schooner 8. N. Smith, and expected in
?a few days. For sale by
HENRY OOBIA & CO.,
April 10 _No. 2C Vcndne Bange.
fr tr\ TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, TO ARRIVE. FOB
.OV/ sale by HENBY COBIA A CO.,
April 6_4_No. 26 Vendue Range.
B AU ?H'S PHOSPHATE,
S60 FER TON".
Clf\ TON8 OF THE ABOVE STAN DARD MANURE',
4U\J now landing, and for sale at the above price,
?Ith a liberal discount if five or more tons are taken.
J. N. ROBSON,
April IO tuths3 No. 62 EAST BAY".
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT; WARRANT FD
SEESE'S PACIFIC GC INO.
BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Received on consignment, and for sale by
J. N. ROBSON,
April 7_stutb3_No. 62 East Bay.
f)fsfiT?NB NOW LANDING. ORDERS CAN SE |
jUXJKJ immediately filled. Apply to
B. S. RHETT A SON.
Exchange-street, back of Old Post?nico.
"1f \ TON?OF THIS WELL KNOWN FERTILIZER,
A\J received and for sale by
B. 8. RHETT A SON. Agent?,
Exchange street, back ol Old Poatomcc.
April 5 thntuS
THE STANDARD MANURE.
AFULL SUPPLY RECEIVED-ORDERS FILLED
at the shortest notice. As a Mannre for Cotton it
ia unsurpassed, having been tried for years In the
Sba them country with entire satisfaction.
Applied 200 to tho sore in the bill, dril I or under the
Hst, ?nd ?a EFFECTTVEliY OS THE SURFACE AFTER
PLANTING, giving a longer time for its application.
Paice-JC2.50 cash; $05 time-Factor's acceptances
?lr approved endorsed notes, payable 16th November to
1st December, out of the next crop.
RHODES' LAND PLASTER.
300 BARRELS WARRANTED PURE GYPSUM.
B. C. RHETT &. SON,
. SOLE AGENTS,
EXCHANGE-STREET, BACK OF OLD POSTOFFI0E.
April 6 tutba
PHOSPHATE OF TJivrcv
PRICE REDUCED~*62.50 CASH.
tU PAYABLE BY FACTORS? ACCEPT AN
CES IN NOVEMBER.
ATTAR RANTED FBEE PROM ADULTERATION. 160
W to SOO Hie. per acre will produce full crops, and
jasunuaUy edd to the fertility of the soil.
H. W. KINSMAN,
RLE AGENT FOR MAPES* NITROGENIZED PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME,
- Karen 10 Imo No. 270 King-street.
COTTON SEED! COTTONSEED!
Ql*"\f 1 BUSHELS FRIPP'S ST. HELENA ISLAND
tJKJ \J 200 bushels Owens' best solection.
This Seed ls of the crop of aad has been already
teated, and proved to bo fresh.
Far salo at reduced prices bv
April 7 T. SAVAGE HEYWARD A SONS.
1f\ BALES COTTON YARN. FROM THE VAU.
AV/ CLOSE Manufacturing Company, Noa. 8 to 12,
* sopen or article, just received, and for sale by
TAFT A HOWLAND.
April 6 '_10_East Bay.
SHINGLES, BRICES, GRAVEL,
WHITE SAND AND WOOD.
si*A C\f\C\ FIRST QUALITY CYPRESS 8HIN
?U.UUvJ OLES, just landing
70,000 Gray and Brown Bricks
1510 bushels Gravel
White Sand, Oak and Piue Wood sawed and delivered.
Two pair CAR WHE.EL9, with Axles attnehed.
For sa'o lo i for cash by WM. JOHNSON,
East end Laurons-atreet.
April 3 tuttis
B0SIN AND SPIRITS OF TUR?
IS QU AN rtTIES TO SUIT PURCHASE SS, FOR BALE
low. by STYLES A CARTER,
Aprils Lmo No. 19 Vanderhorst'e Wharf.
KUMPEL S PATENT, AND THE ONLY PATENT
BELT8. aro made from the bost Oak Lenther
thoroughly stretched on powerful machinery, and made
tn run straight.
LACE AND PICKER LEATHER, RIVETS. KN UPPERS
ead Setts. &c, Ac., Apply to
WM. KU M BEL A BON
ian nary IM limo No. 33 Cerry-at. N. Y.
NAILS! NAILS ! NAILS !
?>r\ f\ KEGS "OLD DOMINION" NAILS, ASPORT
2?\J\J ED sizes. P1MCKNEY BUoTHEKs,
April 2 North Atlautlo Wharf.
WE ARE NOW BEADY TO SUPPLY THE TRADE
with genuine 8CARFALETTT SMOKING TO?
MANT?UE ft CO.,
Sola Agents for Oharloaton
February 15 Imo and H'?u? 0f ttnth Carol! ns.
IF YOU WISH TO BI7Y GOOD FRENCH SNUFF, AT
SEVENTY FIVE CENTS PER PGDN D, or twenty
.noonda for sixty-five cen tb nee pound, ci? at
jLpriie thstui* * NO. Ml KING-8TREET.
ff f \ BARRELS MOLASSES, IN GOOD SHIPPING
0\J order. For sale low by_
OHA8. H. MOI8E A CO.,
April IO 2_Ho. IS Hayae street
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
Or\ HHD3. MUSCO VADO SUGAR, STRICTLY
UV PRIME QUALITY
20 barrels White Havana Sugar, equal to Louisiana
70 barrels Stuart's best B. Sugar
80 bhds. )
15 tierces > New Crop Prime Muscovado Molasses.
150 bbl a. J
For sale low in lots to snit pnrchssera, by
DE JOTTED A SALAS,
April 9 .. No. 118 East Bay
PRIME NEW SHOULDERS.
1 r\ HHDS. PRIME NEW SHOULDERS, LANDING
iv per schooner Ella Fish, and for sale by
LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
Nos. 138, 140 and 112 Meeting street.
CORN, BACON AND SUGAR.
fQffTCkfS BUSHELS WHITE^PSOVISION CORN,
' ??tjVjXJ per sehr Presto
10 hhds. "Rawson's" choleo Sides and Shoulders Bacon
6 hbds.' Prime Porto Rico 8ugar.
For sale by B. M. BUTLER,
April 9_2_No. 86 East Bay.
PRIME NEW CROP MOLASSES.
1 eyjr HHDS. PRIME NEW OBOP, CLAYED AND
l4-> MUSCOVADO MOLASSES, balance of cargo
brig Harry, from Matanzas, for sale at the lowest rates
by JOSEPH H. RISLEY
or H. F. BAKER A- CO.,
March 28 No. 20 Cnmtarland-.trpet.
FLOUR, RICE. SUGAR, SOAP,
OK fi BBLS. SUPERFINE AND EXTRA FLOUR
?0\J 25 bbls, best Rye Flonr
100 bagB and barrels Rice, from 7 to 9%c per pound
7 barrels 1 >w priced Sugar
20" boxes PHIO ?cap,-at li? per pound
300 bogs Nails, assorted alzos, trom Cd to 2Cd.
50 kegs Ko. 1 Leaf Lard ot 18c.
Received oo consignment and for silo by
J N ROBSON,
April 10 tufhsl_No fi2 East nay.
PLANTATION FLOUR AND
2\f\ BARRELS 80UND AND WARB ANTED
i OJ FLOUR, cheap
100 hhds. and tierces Plantation Bacon. Sidos,
Sh'ul"ers, snd Hams
500 boxes Plantation Bread.
L.ndirg and for sale at red nerf prices, by^
jtp.ilW_2 No. 1P0 Fas- Bay.
HAY AFLOAT ? FLOUR ! RICE!
ir,. BBLS. PP.IME HAY, LANDING FROM 8CHR.
1O0 bbls. choice Extra Family Flour
150 bbls Super Flour
190 bbls. Fine Flour
50 bbls. MiddllDg Flour
20 casks Prime Carolina Rice, fresh beat.
ALSO, IK STORK :
3000 bushels heavy New York OATS
360 bales prime North River Hay
50 bbls. Gibson's Uhiskor. various kinds
500 cases Cove Oysters, in 1 and 2 lb cans.
For sale low, by JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. ll Market-street, opposite fctato-strcet.
HAY, CORN, OATS, AND BRAN.
C)AA BALES PB 1MB NORTH RIVER HAY,
?i\J\J landing per schooner A. J. Bentley, at
1000 bushols prime White Corn-and
600 bushels prime Yellow Corn to arrive per sehr.
Flying Scud, cleared from Baltimore March
IS sro lin:
150 bales EASTERN HAT, In floe shipping order
200 ba'es North River Timothy Hay
1200 bushels Bran
500 bushols Heavy Seed Oats.
For sale by WEST k JONE8.
April 10_2_No 75 East Bay
I OO BARRELS FLOUR, OF THE ABOVE CELE
L??0 BR ATE D BRAN t landing this day per sehr.
Enchantress, w ll bo s)ldon accommodating t^rms to
suit tho tr ide, by UENRr M. M AG WOOD.
Corner East Bay and Adder's South Wharf.
April 10_1_ _
QAA BBLS. OF NEW YORK EXTRA STATE,
O\J KJ good brandR. 1 indine by the Schrs. Enchan?
tress and A. J. Bentley, and for ?ale by
April 10 _2_ No. Til Eist Bay.
.UTA BBLS. OF FLOUR-SUPER AND FINE.
For sale by RAVEN EL & CO.
April 9 _"_
i POTATOES ! POTATOES !
-F\ BARRELS PEACH BLOW POTATOE?, JUST
arrived per steamer, and for sale by
JNO. CAM PH EN k CO.,
April 10 2 No. 14 Market, opposite State-street.
?A BARRELS FINE EATING POTATOES, OF
>U etoro. For sale bv OLNEY k CO.,
April 9 Nos. 9 and ll Veudue Rings.
"Z.f\ BALE8 SUPERIOR TIMOTHY HAY,.
)f3 \J landing from schooner Herschel, at Brown's
fbarf, for sale in lots to snit purchasers, by
JNO. S. BIRD, J H , A- OO.,
April 9 2 Comer Church and Tradd ats.
' gr/-\ BALES S0PEBIOB TIMOTHY HAY LAND
)r)ll INO this day. from schooner "Herschel," at
rown's Whirf. For sale in lo?s to suit purchasers, ty
JNO. 8. BIRD, Ja * CO..
April 0 2 Corner Church and Tradd streets.
SHOULDERS, SIDES, FLOUR,
\/~\ HHDS. AND BOXES CHOICE NEW SHCUTl
30 hhds. prime new Sldfs
50 bbls. Baltimore Flour
50 bbls. Pink eyo Pota'oes
15 Arkins choice Butter
75 boxes Adaaiautlne Candles
BO boxes low price Soap
200 sacks Liverpool Salt.
Lamlinu and In store, and for sale low by
S JAMES W BROWN k CO,
No 11C East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf.
SEGARS ! ! SEGARS!!
-^r\r\ AAA SEGARS iii STORE AND NOW
?K Hi.UUU landing from sehr. "AW." from
?avansTo? the following Justly celebrated brands and
X. C. RIO HON DO
M O FLOR CANCIO
LONDRES 2d SUENO
LONDRES. VOUNG AMERICA
LONDRES. LA RIT ELL A.
LONDRES, JENNY LIND
LONDRES. Y SEEP KD A
PRENSA OB FI'5 ARBO
REG ALTA BRITTA NICA YOUNG AMERICA
WHOLE REGALIA VALENTINA
MEDIA BREVAS VALENTINA.
WHOLE BREVAS VALENTINA
BREVAS YOUNG AMERICA
BREVAS JENNY LIND
BREVAS. LA BOSARITO
BREVAS CABANAS Y CARBA JAL
KING'S SEGAR CABANAS Y CARBAR
BRITT ANICA CILINDRADOS ?LANTBOPA
BRITTANICA CILINDRADOS I SPANOLA.
For Bale low, In lots to euit purchasers, by
DBCOTTES k SALAS,
March 27 ?nths?lO No. 118 Fust Bay.
SPANISH SMOKING TOBACCO!
IAAA PACKAGES OF THE ABOVE iWAB
LUv J 1 ) RANTED genuine), imported (1 rect from
Bavaca, of the following celebrated brands, viz:
LA ION SERVA ' 'ORA
For sale lo >., in Pits to suit purchasers, by
Dv.0Oi.TES A f ALA?.
April 9 3 No. 118 Last ??">*.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE A KO. 1
* Am erl am ?hip "HODSON," -, Master,
Shaving ?portion of her cargo engaged, will
.havo quick dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
Apr! 1 in tutbs WILLIS A 0HT80LM.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-Ttl S J IL ON
^ORBEFORE THE '?1ST INST.-The fa?t sall?
ying American bark SCOTLAND, B. E. May
-?nard Master, wanto 100 bales of Upland Cotton
to AU np, aud will pal* positivley ss above.
For balance of freight engagements apply to _
April 0 No. 7* East Bay.
FOR LIVERPOOL-THE Al BR.
vBark 8. MOBTON, Richard Hood Mastor, hav?
ing the greater portion of her cargo engaged,
-?will meet with dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagementa, apply to
MARSHA! L. BEACH A CO,
April 0_6_No. 2* Broad-street
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE BR,
^ bark "WM. RENNIE" W. A Decker, Master,
rhavtng a portion of her cargo going on board,
.and being of tho capacity of 1000 bales, will
have dispatch. Apply to ?LBBES 4 CO., .
FOR LIVERPOOL-THE FINE
'first-class British bark "LAKEMBA" John
> Cowan Master, having a portion of her cargo
. engaged, will meet with dispatch for the above
For Freight engagements, apply to
FERGUSON" A HOLMES,
March 29 Accommodation Wharf.
FOR BOSTON'-REGULAR LINE.
The fast sailing schooner J. PAINE, Mayo mu?
ster, bas twr-thirds of her cargo engaged, and
?will have dispatch for the'above port For
Freight engagement?, apply to .
Aprils_No. 74 East Bay.
FOR NEW YOKE_MERCHANTS'
VLCNE.-Tho regular paokot schooner D. C.
> H?LSE, Tyler master, wants 1C0 to 200 bales
.Cotton, and light freight, to fill np and sail
with quick dispatch. For freight apply to
Comer East Bay and Adgcr's South Wharf.
April 5 _
FOR BALTIMORE.-Al SCHOON?
ER ECLIPSE, having ? portion of her cargo
engaged, will have carly dispatch f r the
above port. For freight engagements ap?
ply to the office of the agents.
WILLIS A CHI80LM,
March 30 North Atlmtlo Wharf.
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY,
THE REGULAR TKIPS BETWEEN THE CTTF AND
MOUNT PLEASANT having boon resumed, the
fine steamer ROCKLAND, Captain W. F. Adair, w?l run
as follows from Wharf foot of Market-street:
DCBINQ THE WEEK:
Leave City at.10 A. M.. 3 and 6X P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 A. M., 12 M. and ?X P. M.
Leave City at.10 A. M., 1, 3, and a% P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 9 A. M., 12 M., 2 and SK P. M.
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
BUCKINGHAM'S POINT, ANO INTERME?
DIATE L VNDINGS ON SANTEE RIVER.
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT AS ABOVE THIS
MORNING, the 6th instant, at Southern
Wharf, and will leave with dispatch.
For engagements of Freight apply to the Oapttln on
board, or to H. L. P. MCCORMICK,
Freight payable by shipper?. April 6
VI ABE A U FORT.
THE 8PLENDID 8EA-GOINO STEAMER
EM I IL, I IE,
CAPTAIN GEOB&E H. BEAUFORT,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM SOUTHERN
WHARF, on Ttomday Homing, April Eft. at 8
For engagements of Freight or Po s -a : e apply, on board
>rto H. L. p. MCCORMICK.
FOR SAVANNAH DIRECT,
THE NEW AND SPHENOID S TEA MBU
CAPT. L. M. COXETTER,
IT7TLL LSAVE BROWN'S WHARF BYBBY WED
Yr NE.SD\Y MuRNLWG, at 7 o'clock, andi every
IUNDAY EVENING, at haUNpast 7 o'clock, for the above
?9- Freight received daily at the Agency and atorad |
For Freigut or Passage, apply to
L. M. (OXETTBB. Agent
Office on Brena's Wharf.
tW Aginia at Savannah, Messrs. L. J. GJLLMARTTN
fe CO. _ March 27
CArT. L. M. COXETTER.
WILL LEAVB BROWN'S ?. HARF EVERY WED?
NESDAY YORNING, ot 7 o'clock precisely, for
Jackson villi., via savannah and Fernandina.
Returning, willleave Jocksouvllleevery Friday Morn?
ing, at 3 o'clock, and Savannah Saturday Morning, at 9
o'clock, for Cheleston.
Hf Freight received daily at the Agency and storod
without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
L. M. COXETTER. Agent,
Office nu Brown's Wharf.
?ffTA ge nts at Savannah, Messrs. L. J. GLLLMARTIN
k CO. March 10
FOR CLOTHtS-MOTHS. SOLU BY DRUGGISTS
April lOtttfoa HARRIS jj CHAPMAN, Boston.
Ci" t~\ BARRELS, JUST RECEIVED AND FOR
?0\J f?leby RAYENEL ic CO..
FOE NEW YORK.
? THE BEGULAB UNITED STATES MATT, LTjrj
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I ftUAKER CIT Y,
ALHAMBRA, I ANDALUSIA.
TIT ELL LEAVE ADOBE'S WHABF ON 8ATUB
W DA), April 14, at - o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL & CO., Agenta.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving each Port every Alternate Thursday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. B. W, LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. 0. P. MABSBMaJT.
rTYB-ESE STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVEBY INDUCE
1 MENT TO 8BJPPEB8 AND THE TBAVELING
PUBLIC, haring superior accommodations for Passen
gert, with tables supplied by every luxury the New FOTI
ind Charleston market s can afford ; and, for safety, speed
?nd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast -
EMILY B. SOUDER.
CAPT. B. W. LO0EW0OD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHABF, OS
THURSDAY, April 13th. at - o'clock A. M.
Liberal advances made on consignment); to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the om oe of the Agents,
WILLIS k 0HJJ9OLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees, in New York-Messrs. LTrTNOSTON, FOI
* CO. . April 8
PACIFIC MAIL ST/AKSHfP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE F. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-fcwo Days.
STEAMSHIPS on THE Ck>ntrcorcrs OK THE PAOIITO |
ATLANTIC, WITS THT
NEW YORK....-. .OOLDE V Ol TY
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
008TABI0A.MONTANA, tc , Ac.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID |
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North Blver, foot
of Canal-street, ai113 o'clock, noon, on the* 1st, 11th and
"Hat of every mooth (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for A8PI:*
WALL, connecting via Panama Ballway w4fh one of tbs
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN?
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of let and 2lst connect at-Panima with
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI?
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to secocd cabin and steerage passengt ra with
families. Also, aa allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates te-atergymen and their families, and
school tf achers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred poonda baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and ai- j
tend to ladles and1 children without male- protectors.
Baggage receive!' on the dock the day before selling,
from steamboats)-railroads, and passengeim-who prefer
tu send down early.
An experiencedSurgeon on board. Medicine and at?
For Passage Tiskets, or further Information, apply at
the Compsny's Tioket Office, on the Wharf,- FOOT OF
CANAL-8TREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORE.
April 2 Saaos F. W. Q BELLOWS, Agent.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO UR FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEES..
Also, bp the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY tc and
from New Yosk.
Great Redaction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUJ3TBALIA.
DRAFT8 FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, ab the very Lowest Rates.
Paesengare, on arrival in New York, will heve then
baggage removed Free, and evary care bestowed OB
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 221
West street, Now York, or
ST. M. QUINN 4 BROTHER
Na 527 Krso STREET, 5,IUKLESTON, 8. C.,
And N x 137 Br?sa street, opposite Monument straei,
Augusta. <i. A lyr Fabroanv 27
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER TOD SALE LOW FOE CASH :
1 f\f\f\ SAC.IS LIVERPOOL SALT
L\J\J\J 3'tt- barrels Si?ear-A, B sud 0
VOO bags Bio and Java Coffee
1000 kegs Nails, iiassrt?d
BOC colls Manilla and Hemp ROJM
100 balBR Gunny and Dundee Bagging
ICO barwla Molas?*? and Syrn<>
ano boje? Adavantineand'ijp?rm Candies
200 tees Powder -whola balf and quat ter kegs
500 eegs Shot and T^ad
W barrels Flour-FL.e. St;|v;r and Extra
SOO doxen Buck'I? itrnoL 4 tad Tubs
Copperas, Wiif-t,,ne, Madder
Indigo, 8p; i~. <t ireh, Veast Powder
Soda, Pic?it- f? r -iniF, Tea, Mackerel, etc., etc.
March 29 tuatulnjo
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHABLESTOW, 8. C., April ?th. 1886. J
ON AND AFTER APRIL 8TH. 18S6, TEE PASSEN?
GEB Tra?na will leave and arrive, as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston at.7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Aurait*.COO P. Bf.
Arrive at Conimbia. ..6.20 P. M.
Leave Augusta at.6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia at.6.46 A. AL
Arrlvo at Charleston..a.00 p. M.
H. T. PEAKE,
April 0 General Superintendent.
CHARLESTON ABD SAVANNAH RAIL?
ROAD COMP AN Y .
OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT, 1
GHABLESToa, S. C., March ?3,TS06. J ?
ON SATURDAY, THE 24TB INST., THT8 BO AD WILL
be opened to Ashepoo, 36 miles from Charlestom
Passengera will leave Mill street depot at 7.30 A. M., on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, as heretofore.
Freight will be received daily between 8 o'clock A. M.,
and 3 o'clock P. M.
(Signed) H. 8. BAINES,
Engineer and Superintend eat.
March 23 ?_6 aralba
SCHEDULE O ? SPARTANBURG AND
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, THE 22d INST., THE
trains will leave Epartanburg 0. H. on Tuesdays,
\ Thursdays and Saturdays, at SA. M., and reach Shelton
I at 9.40 A. M.
Returning, lenvo Shelton at 3 P.M. and arrive at Spar
tanburg C. H. at 7.80 P. UL
Passengers can now go through to Columbia in one
I day and return in one day-stages, hacks and wagons
connecting between the two roads.
THOMAS B JETER.
President 8partanbnrg and Union Railroad.
Union viii, & C., March 20, 1866.
OFFICE S. ?i V. RAILROAD CORPA NY.
UNION VLLLW. Marou 26.1866.
MESSRS. MONTGOMERY & SHIVERS HAVE MADE
arrangements with the Snartanbnrg and Union
Railroad Company to TRANSPORT FREIGHTS be
' tween Columbia, 8. C., and Shelton's, th? present ter
I minus of the 8partanburg and Union Railroad. Their
charges will be one dollar per hundred pounds. I
would recommend them as safe and reliable carriers.
Freights can be cmsigned to them at the Depots io
Columbia and at Shelton's, 8. A U. B.
TH08. B. JETER,
President 8. A U. B. E.
April 9 . 6
LOUIS J). FoA?SSU?E,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOB THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ftc,
AND SALZ OF
j Cotton, Sa val Stores ana Produce.
OFFICE NO. 23 BROAD-STREET,
\ CHARLESTON1, 8. 0.
j March 27_ twtasfl rnsSmo
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
Nos. 80 anti 82 Hasgl-street,
INEXT TO POST OFFICE,
RETURN THANKS TO THEIR F MUNDS AST THE
citizens generaUy for the kind support tendered
.them since opening business, and hope by striou atten?
tion to merit a continuance of the ?ame. Haring made
various improvements In our establishment, we will he
prepared at all times to receive consignments of all kind*
We purpose having
DST O00DS,BOOTS AND SHOES,
First aol Third TDESMJS o? M
OUB REGULAR SALES
OF ORT GOODS, ?Co., AfO.
FRIDAY, of Groceries) Litpjora,
Furniture, Eor ses^Gar riages,
WILL BE CONTINUED AS HUBETOFOE&
: Joau&ry 16 tnthSmc*
j MRS. WINSLOW,
-1H experienced Nurse and r?male Physician,
Presents to tho attoniiaa .of Mother? har
FOR CHILDBM TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates- the process of Toe th Lag, by
softening the gums, reludng all inflammations, will
?Hay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
SORE TO REGULATE TIE BOWELS.
Depend upon lt, mothers, it will gae rest to y ourselves,
Belief and Health to Tour Infants?
We have put up And sold this, arti ol a So* over thirty
yean, and can say ka confidente and truth of it what mi
have never been able to cay of?", other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE T
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did W
know of an in aim co of dissatisfaction by any one wb.
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its ops?
rations, and speak tn terms of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in this
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe?
rience, and PLEDGE ?URSELVES FOR THE FULFIL.
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE Lu almost
every instance where the infant ls Buffering from pal?,
and exhaustion, relief will Le fo -.nd in fifteen or twenty
minutes alter the syrup ls administered.
Full directions for Ubirg will ^company each bottle.
None genuino unless the fae titile nf CURTIS A PEE?
KINS, New York, ii on the outside wrapper.
Sold by aU druggist \ iiroujhont thd wotfd.
Price only 33 Cents per Bottle.
For sale by
mm & CAS5IIDEY,
February ii 6mo Charleston.