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*_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28. 1866.
WINES, ALES, HAMS, &c,
CA8ES SUPERIOR CLARET WINE
60 caikd "Muir k Sou'e" Hootch Alo
eo casks "liurvoyV Sootoh Alo
26 casks -'Duncan k Co.'a" Bcotoh Ale
'JO bbls. Rugar Cur,.a tlams
20 bbl?. Hump Pork
lb bl>U. Wliite Beans.
For salo at low rates to oloso salos, by
April 28 1 No. 33 East Bay.
s? QUARTER CASKS PORT WINE?A GENUINE IM
?> "POUTED ARIICLB.
For nalo by J. A. EN3LOW, k CO.,
April28_ a No. US East Bay.
CHOICE NEW CROP CUBA
t)A HDDS. CHOICE OCBA MOLASSES, OF THE
sUVJ new crop?balance of tho cargo Sehr. Alert,
just arrived from MuUn-eas. Will bo sold low to closo
consignment. Apply to J. A. ENSLGW k CO.,
April 28_ a_No. 126 East Day.
H AMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS,
1 t"C ?^tfis0. POUNDS HAMS, 8IDE9, 6HOULD
XO?\J\j\J ER8 AND STRIPS. For salo at low
oat markot rates. WILLIAM UOAOH.
Corner Adger's Ho nth wharf and East Bay.
April 28_* -_ 1
u STAG G'S CHOICE SUGAR
TIERCES OP STAGG'3 CHOICE AND JUSTLY
celebrated SUGAR CUIlEu HAMS.
For sale by HENRY COBIA k CO.,
April 21 b'uHjt_No. 20 Vonduo Range.
Q t*r\ BBLS. EXTRA, SUPER. FINE AND MID
??U DLING FLOOR. For salo by
JNO. OAMPSEN k 00..
No. It Marko l, opposito State-stroet.
AprU 2S "3
CORN, OATS, HAY, &c.
2-T f\r\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
J\J\J 000 luislu'ls Primo Yellow Oorn,
ROOO bushels Uuavy New York Oats,
I : . . Stio balos Pilme N. R. Hay,
50 bales Primo Eastern Hay,
For aale by JOHN OAMPSEN & Co.,
* , t No. It Mnrketstroet, oppuslto State-street,
April 13 _.__2_
"1 sT? A/T-a BU8HEL9 PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
lUvU PhOVISION CORN, to arrive por steamer
Gun. Ouster, expected Monday.
Apply to J. ?. EN8LOW k CO.,
AprU 38_ 3_No. l'ifi East Bay.
RICE! RICE! RICE!
tQ.fi (Taft, A *LB9* wHOLB AND MIDDLING RICE
0\ * V/V/V/ (fresh beaten) jusr received and for sale
low by JACOB S. 8CHIRBER,
, , No. 18 North Commercial Wbarf,
April IP '_ _thmtnthatu6
OB SALE- TO ARRIVE FORTY TONS PERUVIAN
_ \ GUANO. Apply to WM. E. RYAN,
April 27 No. 6 Accommodation Wbarf.
Oil C?H to 1000 00RD8 OF PINE, ON A LANDING
easy of accobs, near Charleston.
April;.'*, _a? No. 33 Qeorgs-street.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
M FEET 8EOOND QUALITY BOARDS WILL
be sold low.
Apply at No. 356 KING STREET.
OASES FBESH BOLOGNA SAUSAGES. JUBT
xocolved per Quaker City, a< d for sale low by
JAMES W. BROWN ft CO..
No. 116 East Bay, corner ? raser'a Wharf.
? BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY, LANDING
this day on Ebrr's Wharf, tor aale oy
JOHN N. TIuEMAN & 00.,
* April 37 ' ' a Opposito Kerr's Wharf.
..... '.,' OATS.
Q-TjOO DU8HEL9 PRIME OATS, JUST RE
Por salo by H?VENEL k CO.
JEFFREY'S ALE. .
B?r\?X CASKS JEFFREY'S SPARKLING ALE, IN
,jL\J\J . pints. For saie by
April 10 ,_ RAVKNEL k CO.
. ALE AND PORTER.
OafVsfS CASKS ALL80PP'S ALE AND PORTER.
at3 \J \J For sale by GIBBES k 00.,
April 13_Adger'a Wharf.
GENUINE COLLINS' AXES.
?m.UST KEOEIVEB PRE STEAM KB.
*?A*E. A- OZEN HEAVY 8AMUBL W. COLLINS'AXES
^-.r*?? > ??. dozen Medl mi Ramuel W. Collins' Axes.
|10 per dozen. Apply, to
A. GETTY & CO., ,
April IS No. 126 and 128 Meetlng-.treet. ,
SALT! SALT! SALT!
BACKS LIVERPOOL COARSE 8ALT, AT
?JOI -36' dor
|L36 per sack. For salo by .
A. OETTY k CO..
April 18 .-]_Nos. l?fl and 118 Meeting-street.
DK8IHABLK OIIAMBKK SUITS. I
C/WBIANDSOME80LID WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS,
' ??VF Oil and Varnish finish, latost etyle and design;
For sale by A. GETTY k CO.,
AprU IS Nos. 120 and 128 Menting street.
DOZEN SINGLE BEDSTEADS?1100 PER
DOZEN. For sale by
A. OETTY' k CO.,
April IS ? Nos. 126 sud 12a Meeting-street
GsK SUITS OAK FINISH, AT $55 EACH.
ASO .For ?als by A. GETTY k CO., '
April IS Nos. 126 and 123 Mooting street.
CHOICE BRANDY, CLARET;
JUBT REOEIVED FROM WASUINGION MORTON,
Bordeaux, and for sale by |
GOURDIN MATTHIESdEN k CO.,
April 11_Adger'e North Wharf.
BOSIN AND 8PIRITS OF TUR
LN QUANTITIES TOSDIT PURCHASERS. FOU 8ALF.
low. by STYLES ft CARTE It,
AprUS Imo No. 10 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
130TT0N, LUMBER AND NAVAL
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH
ADVANCES on Hhipmonta of produce to Oui
> Tienda in Bo?ton, New York Baltimore and Liverpool.
COHEN, HANOKEL k CO.,
No. 16 Ea.-u Buy, corner Boyco's Wharf.
April 10 lmo
tlW April a!
BARRELS, JUST REOEIVED AND FOI
. ?sip by RAVENEL k CO.
April a! _._ _ : -.
IM1.?3?NS? IMPROVEMENT ??
\ - A lift STEAM,
? .r.XTIOK'B PATENT DIREOT AOTINO. RECIPRO0A?
,:.,,. JjL ING-PISTON STEAM ENGINES.
tS?Vai 75 rrn okijt. ta ?pace, weight, transportation
friction and parts over the best engines-, with gres
.?opaoiny in steam'and repair?. The cheapest, simple*
toon compact and durable made. Adapted to all purpose.
JBOCtArcolsx eAatees the HICKS ENGINE CO., No. S
_ ?Xlbertv^treet New York. woUoo Deoember f>
18 6 6.
,^? n THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX
'fllfffli Jflij I \ : ENMBOED.
?arcat llcda'don In ?He ?at?? of Ad-ret
.le M j i ; . . ,. joints.
TIE COLUMBIA PHtENIX (PUBLISHED DAIL
and m?**#-f?kly) has boon GREATLY ENLARGE!
?ad In the ?tnantlty and quality of its rerdlng matte
?wfll compa.-o-favorably with any paper in tho State. Tt
t F>i>^iv?on P-l00 *? U*0 1>al*y u *10 a /ear ; Trl-Weel
The tensa for tn.n-.i3nt sdvorttHlng have bees Rl
DDCKP OVER TWENTY-FltE PER CENT.; whllo tt
tuonthly and quarterly rates have boon lowered to suo
?a extent as to plaop the cotopins of the paper wlthl
the rc-'-.h o*dix?or. and,raamitfc|ia?rer8 generally.
ti>,v. - ? *? 7'T ' JWLL4N A. SELBf.
, u ASfllsfB ?, -i j : ! ProidotOT OpUMnbla Phojblx.
fwtn' , . ., . tu , ,
J. W. STEINMETER,
No. 308 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN WBNTWOBTH AKD SOCIETY ST8.
ON HAND AND RECElVINGl
BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE, NEW YORK 8TRIP
'' ? ?il, I'li; Hints. Vin Shoulders, Ful.on Market
Beef aud Pork, Mackerel, Ac
N. D.?All Roods purchased of this honso will bo de
livered free of obargo, aud promptly. I havo a wagon
for tho oxpresa purpose stutb3 April '?a
Whlto Onions, Walnut, Cauliflowor
Gherkins. Mixed Plcklos?Pints and quarts
Anchovies, Worohostorshire, Royal Bengal Tiger
Mushroom Ketohup, Ueef Steak Kotchup
Fresh Salmon, Lobster, Oysters, Sardlues
Real iugltHh Mustard, Fresh TomatooB In cans.
J. W. STEINMEYER,
NO. 308 KING-STBEET, .
I?otw u Wentwortti and Society etroots.
N. B.?My wagon is always on hand to convey articles
purchased at my store, froo of charge.
FLOUIl, Wll, TfilMiJFFEB,
SUPERFTNE FLOUR, CRUSHED SUGAR, POWDER.
ED Sngar, Brown and Glorified Sugars, Hyson and
Oolong Teas, Bio aud Old Java Uoffoo, Fruits in cans,
Riwpborry, Strawberry, Plums, Greou Gages, and assort
ed Pie Fruits.
J. W. STEINMEYER,
NO. 808 KING-STREET.
Between Wentworth and Society strocta.
N. B ?All goodB bought at this houso will bo dell vor
ed by toy wagon, iroe of charge. stulhS April 28
BBANDIES, ALE8, PORTER. WHISKEY
Wolrs Sonoldam Schnapps
Drako's Plantation Bittera
Morohead onlebratod Biters
Havana Syrup, and Stewart's B. >". Y. Syrup.
SEGARS, TOBACCO, - OAP, CANDLES
Blacking, Brooms, Tubs, &o.
J. W. STEINMEYER,
NO. 308 EING-STBEET,
Between Wontworth and Society streets.
N. B.?My wagon is ready to convey the articles pur
chased by my friendB and the public, free of charge,
Just Received and in Store :
BBL8. FINB, 60 BBLS. SUPER, 26 BBL8. EXTRA
and 23 bbls. DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
10 tabs New Butler
10 bbls. Leaf Lard
10 firkins Extra Lard
500 POUNDS SWISS CHEESE
6 bbls. Sugar-Cur? d PIG HAMS
10 bbls. St? lp Bacon
10 boxea Shoulder Bacon
10 pockets Java Coffee
10 sacks Laguayia and Rio Coffee
1<I half chests Green and Black Teas
26 bbls. Crushed, Powdered, A and O Sugars
26 lilil?. Bro arn Sugar
Chocolat?!, Broma, Cocoa, Sweet Oil, Nutmegs
Mace, Cinnamon. Allspice, Cloves, Pcppor, Ac
Peiohes, Tomatoes, Salmon and Lobstors m cans
Piccalilli, Mixed Pickles and Catsups
Kerosene Oil in barrels and 5 gallon oans.
A fine assortment of WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS and
TOBAOOO, Ac, for salo at the lowest rates for cash, at
P. WEHMANN & CO.'S,
Nos. 28? AND 280 EAST BAY,
Corner of Laurens-street, Charleston, 8. 0.
April 25 wa9
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
CHAKLKHTUiV, S. C,
OFFER FOB SALE LOW FOB CASH :
1 f\f\(f\ BA0K8 LIVERPOOL SALT
JLvJvy \J 300 barrels Sogar?A, B and 0
200 bags Rio and Java Coffee
1000 kegs Nails, assorted
600 colls Manilla and Hemp Rope
100 bales Gunny and Dundee Bagging
100 barrels Molasiea and Syrup
300 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candles
200 kegs Powder?whole, half and quarter kegs
6d0 bags Shot and Lead
600 barrels Flour?Fine, Super and Extra
200 dozen Buckets, Brooms and Tubs
Copperas, Bluestone, Madder
Indigo, Splcos, Starch, Yeast Powder
Soda, Pickles, Sardines. Tea, Mackerel, etc., etc
Maroh 29 _thstulmo
JOHN KING & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
On Reasonable Terms*
At No. 88 Hasel-streot,
Q f\ tf\ BBLS. SUPER AND EXTBA FLOUR
tJ\J\J 100 bbls. Brown Sugar, assorted
60 bbls. Crushed Sugar
60 baga Coffee
20 bags Pepper
20 bags 8ptco
6 baga Ginger
6 bales Cloves
2 cases Nutmegs
25 boxes Ground Ginger
200 boxes Adamantine Candles
26 barrels Herring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxes Cheese, assorted
100 alts Mackerel
100 X bbls. Mackerel
76 K bbls. Mackerel
60 bbls. Mackerel
25 Uta Salmon
60 boxea Codfish
100 kegs and boxes Herring
100 boxes Soap
200 boxea Starch
26 bbls. Molasses
26 bbls. Copperas
60 kegs Epsom Salts
26 cases Cotton Cards
16 cases Wool Carda
26 cheats Hyson and E. B. Tea.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP?
, . Salmon,
Pino Apples, Ac, Ac
JOHN KING & CO.,
March S mwf Na 88 HA8EL-STREET.
C\/-\r\ /^/"V/A 8EGAR8IN STORE AND NOv
Z\J\J s,\J\J\J landing from sehr. ?Aid," fror.
Havana, of tho following justly colebrated brands an
M O FLOR OANOIO ' '
LONDRES. 2d SOENO _^
LONDRES, YOUNG AMERICA . !
LONDRES, LA RITELLA.
LONDnaS, JENN? LIND
CILINDRADOS ROB ARITO ...
CILINDRADOS FILANT ROPA
PBENBA oOB FIGABBO
' . OON0HA8 OANOIO
BEGALTA BRITTANICA YOUNG AMERICA I .
WHOLE REGALIA VALENTINA 1 .
MEDIA BREVAS VALENTINA
WHOLE BREVAS VALENTINA
BREVAS YOUNG AMERICA i .
BREVAS JENNY LIND
BREVAS, LA BOSABITO
BREVAS CABANAS Y OABBAJAL
KING'S 8EGARCADANA8 Y OARBAJAL I |
BRITTANIOA CILINDRADOS PILANTBQPA
BBITTANIOA CILINDRADO:* ESPANOLi
For sale low, in lots to suit purchasers, by
DaOOTTES k SALAS,
March 27 tutbalG ?o. 118 Vast Bay.
POU MVI?ill'Odl,_THE MJH
J^WEGIAN bark ORION. N. Evenscn Master, of
Hiuull ?-apa? liv, and haviug neatly all of her
'cargo engaged, wlU nie*:t with dfspiteb for tho
sliovo port. Apply to
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.,
April 27 6 r-o. 21 Broad-streot.
FOU I.IVICItl'ii?)!._THE NEW
British bark EZRA, Bradshaw master, having
'a portion of her cargo engaged. w"* meet with
'dispatch for tho above port. For freight en
gagements apply to ROBERT MORE & CO.,
April 27 Bojeo at Co.'a Wharf.
FOU LIVERPOOL.-THE PIUST
CLASS British bark LAKEMBA. John R. Cow.
en. Master, will take two hundred (200) bales
ci?-'"Upland Cotton to flB up, and leave with dis
patch for tho above port.
For freight engagements apply to
FERGUSON k HOLME8.
April 20 Accommodation Wharf.
FOU LIVERPOOL.-THE A I? O. 1
' American ship HUDSON, J. P. Potter Master,
requires 760 bales Cotton, ami will have lmmo
?Hato dispatch for the above port.
For Freight ongagomenta, apply to
April 20 WILLIS k CHI80LM.
FOU LIVEUPOOL.-TIIE FAST
sailing American Bark HELEN SANDS, F. E.
lOtls Master, of small capacity, bas two-thlrde
of her cargo engaged and going on board, and
will have dispatch for the abovo port.
For balance of Freight engagements, applv to
April 21 No. 7-1 East Bay.
FOU BOSTON AND NEW BRD.
FORD.?Tho staunch schooner ELIZABETH,
iM. J. Kelly tnaBter, having tho principal part of
bar cargo engaged and golug on boar?l, will bo
dispatched in a few days. For freight of the remainder
apply to J. A. KN8LOW ft CO.,
April 28 3 No. 126 East Bay.
FOU BOSTON?ItKGlllAH LINE.?
Tho faat-eaiUng schooner ADELINE TOWN
iSEND, Townsond, Master, has a largo portion
>of her cargo engaged and going on board, and
will have dlspttch tor the abovo port.
For Freight ongagoments, apply to
AprU 14 No. 74 East Bay.
FOU NEW YOU,?:.?THIS FAST
'-sailing and A No. 1 schooner SILAS WRIGHT
> want h from 200 to 300 bales of Cotton to fill up,
which fihe will tako at a moderato freight.
[For engagomonts apply to tho agents,
WILLIS A CHISOLM.
April 28 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
WANTED TO CHARTER.-TWO
VESSELS, capacity 100 M feet Lumber and 100
>M Icet Timber. Apply to
MORDECAI A CO..
April 28 2 No. 110 East Boy.
UOCI-LVILLE, ANO INTERMED?ATE
LOUISE AND FANNIE,
CAPT. R. H. BACOT.
WILL BECEIVE FREIGHT THIS DAI', AT FRA
BER'S Wharf, and leave aa above, on Monday,
30th lust., at 8 o'clock A. M
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
Apply at Wharf Office. T. L. BACOT.
FOB CHER AW, 8. G.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
PEE DEE RIVER.
THE NEW LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMER
CAPTAIN GEORGE MANSFIELD,
WILL BECEIVE FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODATION
Wharf on Tuesday next, May 1, and leave with
for freight engagements apply on board, or to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.?Faelght and wharfage must be prepaid.
FOR WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
BUCKINGHAM POINT, AND INTERME
DIATE LANDINGS ON SANTEE RIVER.
7ILL LEAVE FOB TdE ABOVE PLACES ON
?ATUBDAY, AprU 28th. Freight received daily
and stored free of charge.
For engagements of Freight, apply to
MoTTE A. PRINGLE.
, Southern Wharf.
Freight payable by shippers. AprU 20
FOB SAVANNAH DIRECT.
CAPTAIN W. T. McNELTY,
HAVING HANDSOME 8TATE-ROOM AOCOMMO
DATIONS, will receive Freight at Accommodatloi
Wharf. To-morrow, the 28th instant, and leave on Sun
day Morning, the 29ih instant, at 8 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
FOB SAVANNAH, VIA BEAUFORT
OAPTAIN GEORGE H. BEAUFORT,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE, EVERY TUESDA'
KVENING, at 10 O'clock.
For Fre'ght or passage, apply on board, at Souther
Whsrf.orto H. L. P. MoCORMICE.
Freight received on Mondays and Tuesdays unt
FOR JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
VIA -BEAUFORT, SAVANNAH AND PER
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING 6TEAMEB
OAPTAIN OEO. H. BEAUFORT,
(IN PLACE OF STEAMER DICTATOR,)
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE BVEBY TUESDa
NIGHT, at 10 o'clock. For Freight or Faasag
aupll on board, at Southern Wharf, or to "
- H. L. P. McOORMlOK.
. Freight received for the above points and all t?ndln
on the St John's Biver, on Mondays and Tuetday?, uni
'lllllljilt :><,.'. , , * '
t I , " ' ,
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
LEAVE8 DAILY, FROM WHARF FOOT OF MAR
KET STREET, as follows :
DUH1NO the week:
LeavoCityat..10 A. M., 3 and Ci r. SI
Leavo Mount Pleasant at H A. M., VI M. and 6S P. M.
LeavoCityat.10 A. M., 1, 8. and OAf P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 0 A. M., 13 SI., % and 6>, P. M.
April 38 _am
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED 8TATE8 MATT,. LUS.!
OF FIRST-0LAS8 STEAMSHIPS :
(DllANADA, I (.VAKER ?JIT V.
ALII AMBRA, | ANDALUSIA.
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WHARF ON BATOR.
DAY, April 28, at half-past I o'clock P. M., pre
Kor Freight or PasBsge, apply to
April 23_RAVBNEL At OP.. Agent?
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $30.
tearing-each Port every Alternate Thiirsflay.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDBB,
Capt. R. W. LooxwooP.
Oapt. O. P. ManonMAK.
mHESE 8TEAMSHIP8, OFFERING EVERY INDUOE,
X MENT TO 8HIPPKRS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having snporior accommodations for Passen
ger?, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
mil comfort, are unrivalled on the coast
?M O 3ST BKl-A.,
CAPT. O. P. MAB8HMAN.
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIO WHARF. OS
THURSDAY, May 3. at ? o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the office olthe Agenta,
WILLIS k 0HI80LM.
North Atlantic Wharf.
Oousignees in New York?Messrs. LIVINGBTON. FOX
k CO. April 37
PACIFIC MAIL STi/aMSil.P COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
BTrAJ?aHrF3 oh tus CoBHsums? os ins PAorrrx
A*rXJ?HTIO, wrm TBS
NEW YORK....GOLDEN OITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ko , &c.
O KB OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8FLENDII
Steamships will leave Pier No. 43 North River, too
of Canal-street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th an.
21st of every month (except when those dates fall oi
Sunday, and the? on the preceding Saturday!, for ASPIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of th.
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21?t connect at Panama wit*
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate
allowed to second cabin and steerage passsngi-rs witl
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER ot
through rates to clergymen and their famille?, am
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to eaoh adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies snd children without male protectors
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefe
to send down early.
An experienced Sargeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply a
the Company's Tloket Office, on tho Wharf, FOOT O!
OANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVEB, NEW YORE.
April 2 8mos F. W. G BELLOWS. Agent
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PA88AKE TO OR FROB
BUB O r?B
BY SAILING 8HTP8, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, try the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMEI18,
?Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to an
from New York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
, CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain an
Ireland, ?t the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have the
baggage removed Free, and every care hestowed o
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. BHEAHAN, Ko. X
West street, New York, or
M. H. QUIKN A BROTHER, i
No. S97 Kino Stssbt. Obusxxsxok, 8. O,
And No. 137 Broad street, opposite Monument stree
Am-msta. O. A lyr > Kobruarv t7
WILBUR & SON,
GENEEAL AUCTIONEERS & COMBOSSIO
OFFIOB AND BALIS ROOMS,
Nos. l? and 15 State-street and Nos? 1 ab
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS'
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOUBTH DOOR ABOVE MAREET-8T,
Charleston. S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 S. W. WILSON.
O. 8. Nitre and I
f P. B. WTL80N,
G raduate of
Of Pharmacy . &
Chemist to lato
O. a Ord. Dep't.
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
BALSAM FIR, OOD LIVER OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. CARB. SODA,
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM SALTS, TARTARIC ACID,
GLAUBER 8ALT8, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYE,
SAL 80DA, 8LLICATE OF SODA,
FRENCH BRANDY, fine.
ALL SORTS AND SL3E8.'
; ' ! --.. .-..'
' ' :
No. 238 King-street.
BEGEM 4N'8 COD LIVER OIL.
UEOEMAN'S ELIXIR OF BABE,
HEGBMAN'S FEBBATED ELIXIR,
HEGEMAN'B DIABBH A REMEDY,
UEOEMAN'S LOZENGES AND DASTILEB,
No. 238 King-street.
HOSTETTSB'S BITTERS. f /
Ko. 238 King-street
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
No. 238 King-street
BOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HOOFLAND'8 GERMAN BITTERS,
Ko. 288 King-street
Ko. 238 King-street
80Z0D0NT, SOZODONT, SOZODONT,
BROWN ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
Ko. 288 King-street
OONBTITUTION LIFE B?BUP,
Ko. 238 King-street
No. 238 KIISTG-ST
F AN O Y
?'?aMtf* ' '" "lira
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
THE MOST IMI'nOVKD
GRAND AND SQUARE
Full Iron Frame and OnLo^*
MANUEAOTORY ANIkjfl Kf>K
No. 1? West iiouHtoflH ireef,
r pill'. UNDERSIGNED, MEB?otBoE *h ?or
1 KltAUailAAIt & CO., aro pirs?tical P,bia|
and an Buch liavo had a liirg? uxperi?nc?j iL*y
with BOH?O of tho best Establishment? in
and Europe Their Pianos aro made not''
them, but by thorn, and under their lmmedlatl
supervisi?n, and they allow no irntrunionts to ll
factory and pass into tho hands of tholr patron?
they have a power, ovonneas, firmness and round!
tono.an elasticity of touch?without which no ins?,
ment ought to be satisfactory to the public?aa won i_
that durability lu construction, which enable? It to re
main in tune and to withstand suddon changes of torn
peraturo and exposuro to extremo hcatAnd cold, which
are some times unavoidable.
Thoy will atoll times be happy to boo the profession
and the public at their Warerooma. and invito compari
son between their own Pianos and those of auy oihes'
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.TOBIAS HA?Y*?
CHARLES J SO HO .NE MANN.
THE SUMTER NEWS!
THE UNDER8IGNED PROPOSES TO ISSUE AT
Rum tor, S. C . on or about tho first of Juno, 1806,
a woekly paper, to bo entitled
"THE SUMTER NEWS."
Thin journal will be devoted to literature, morality
and genoral Intelligence, and tho promulgation of the
occurrences of tho day?political and general?which
may bo of Interest to the poople.
No pains or expense wiU bo spared by the proprietor
to render his paper acceptable to all c?aseos of readers.
Ho confidently refera to ills long experienco (ol 32 years)
In the past as a journalist, to secure for him the pat
ronage of tho pooplo of his District.
He congratul?tes himself that ho can select for the
Inauguration of his entorprlBo no better occasion than
the prosent. At tho termination of a long ahd bloody '
at?ngele, in which the principles of free government
have boon overridden and the Constitution trampled
onder foot?in (which all the angry passions of.
frail and erring human nature havo been excited and
exercised?tho Angel of Peace Is now about to unfold
her wings over all sections of our common country, and
once again to gather around her tho goodnesR. the
strength and tho magnitude of tho American Union.
At such a time as thlc, ho can have no bettor landmarks
by which, for the good of his country, to direct his
course than the Union, the Constitution and the Presi
dent of the United States, and he pledges himself to
sustain, as far as ho is able, the purity and integrity of
tho one, and tho firmness, the patriotism and the states
manship of the.other.
To the people of Snmter District ho confidently
peals for their sympathy and patronage.
Identified as he has ever been with them and thell
tereat in tho past, be asks to be allowed the same
lego in tbe future. He expeota to build up for the|
District paper, tho course of which will be consis*
E rodent and patriotic, and one which he hopes wi
e wanting in its influence on the education and tralj
of tho rising generation.
The services of an able and talented editor have
secured, who will devote his time and abilities
entertainment and instruction of his patrons, and
will take pleasure in seconding the efforts of the m
signed, to render THE SUMTER NEWS worthy ol
confidence and support of a discriminating public.
.For further information aa to ternis, ko., address]
at Sumter, t?. C. H. L. DABI
NEWS AND HERAL]
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH? CITY,}
Is assigned tho publication of
ADVERTISED LETTE l ;
As having the
In the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly ex
County which has its Advertising done In Savavaur
It is the
BEST ADVERTISING MEDI1
In its Section of the State.
Trl-Weekly. 6 "
Weekly. 3 "
The Editorial Staff includes CoL W. T. Tnoi
former Editor of tho Morning News, and woll knot*
an author and Editor; Dr. J. 8. 3otnsa, former Pro,
tor Floridlan and Journal; Mr. E. H. Oucuzkt; 3a
N. Oabdozo, Esq., well known as a Southern Editor i
Writer on Finance, and others.
The Business Department is in oharge of Mr. Te
doux Buns, former Publisher Morning News.
S. W. MABOH,
Editor asad Proprietoi
BN-fiLISH AND AHBRKAN BAN1
IIIUORPORATE9 UNDER "THE CO
NIBS' ACT, 186?."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,<
IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?80 EACH.
First Issue, 80,000 Shares, and tho remainder to b
sued as may be required, under the sanction of a r
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN B
Having opened Offices at No. Co WALL STREET, _
YOBK, Is prepared to sell Bills ot Exchange oi
ENGLISH AND AMEBIOAN BANK (LIMITED),
don, and on tho UNION BANK OP LONDON; to
Bills of Exchange, aad to lssuo Oommsrcial and Tr
ers' Credits, available in all parts ot the world,
merclal Credits issued for use in the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, All? AUSTRALIA, WI]
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATIO)
Further particulars may he ascertavtned on applic
at the Office, No. 68 Woll street. -. -
WILLIAM WOOD. Manager.
OEO. BUiiOUALL WATTS, Assistant Manage!
THE DARLIUGTON SOUTIIKUNK?.
rtpHE SOUTHERNER IS PUBLISHED REOOLA!
L every FRIDAY MORNING-, at Darlington Oc
House, B.C., by JAMBS M. BROWN, and Edited bi
W. BO ? D, Esq.. It has Just commouced Its SEVE
VOLUME under very flattorluft ausplooa. It Is a
sheet, la printed on the best of papar, and the publi.
Is determined to spare neither labor nor expeni
making it worthy of the largest patr?*<nage. Havlnf
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Pia.
bra and Merchant? of Darlington District, ?-and o H
Pee Dee country ,lt oilers strong inducements to 11
MorchanIs and others desirous of making thorn se
?mown t orough the m?dium of adverUsemouta. <
THE BAIllM WI-?LL SENTINEL.
fitW -OTJBLIOATION OF THIB PAPER, WHICH 01
M FICE was destroyed In February last by the We - -
army, has bten resumed. It la the only paper publ
in that large and populous District, and to merchants'
bnalnois mea powosscs advantages seldom met with.
Terms tor advertising, |lper square of twelve lines,,
annum. * Address
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