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Tlae Daily News,
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, lfcGG.
BY VEoTEitUAY'S MAIL.
WASHINGTON, Juno 16.- Tbo Rousseau-Qrlnnell affair
hBB attiact?d consldeiablo attention hoto, especially
arnot? tbo Hodlc-'s, who aro endeavoring to maboa
little political capital ont of it. Orlnnell was in lils seat
before tbo U? use mot this morning, apparently as woll
-and uuinjuied us over. General ItousBoau entered the
Hall while tbo Clork was reading Mr. Spsldlng's resolu
tion, su ti orl7.li)g theappoli Uni ni of a select committee
of five n rnibera to inqulro Iii' o tim parhculara of tho
- caning oi the gontl ?man from Iowa (QrlLnell). 1 ho dls
tinjju?eli (1 Ki iltur kian ra:d no stt? ntinn to it, and It
catted unanimously. The Speaker appointed Messrs.
BpaltMcg. Raymond, Banks, Hogan and Moorhead a? tim
aaid committee. Mr. Moorhead, st his own request,
was subsequently excUBed from sorvlng. There is some
talk among th?- friends of Orinnell of expolllng Rous
seau. It is not irnj.robable that a resolution for his ox
pulHion will be reported from the committee.
MINO-ITY REPOBT ON BKCXJNSTBUOTIOIi.
! Mr. Bogers, of New Joisey, will I resent to OJO Houso,
In a fow ?lays, tho report of th?i minority of tho joint
committee ?if fifteen on reconstruction. Out of tho fif
teen memboiB of that Committoe only three aro admin
istration men-Mr. J? hnson, of tho Senate, and Messrs.
Rogo? and Orlder of the Houso.
Mr. Washbnrne, of Illinois, chairman of tbo solect
committoo sent out to Memphle to invcstlgsto tho riot
In that city, is expected to return to this city next week.
Their report will then bo submitted.
It Is now considered certain that both Houses will
agree to adjourn ort? Monday, the 16th of July, four
weeks from Monday next. Tbo regular business of the
HOBBlon can be cou pie ted by that dale.
Mr. Bsymoid, of Now York, will have tho fir or on
Monday for a speech on tho Obstruction Committee's
Bill for keeping Southern men out of Congress.
Mr. Hsll (Bcput Hean), of Now York, gavo notice to
day of hie intention to move to amend tho bill by pro
viding "that nothing contained therein shall be so con
strued as to deprive each House of the exclusive right of
judging of the elocticn returns, and qualiflcationa of Ita
-own members. ,
CLOB1NO THE Dr.rAUTMKNT AT 3 P. M.
The Secretary of State and the Secretary of War bavo
each issued orders for closing their respective Depart
ment at 3 P. M., from the present timo until tho let of
-October next. The or ject is to afford the employees
thereof some recreation during the sommer months.
The Senate, to-day, passed the House joint bill for the
appointment of commissioners to attend the great ex
position at Paris, next year.
The President returned to the Senate to-day the bill
- -Incorporating the New York and Montana Iron Mining
Company, with hi?- objeolons thereto.
FUEEDMEN AND OBOI'S IN ALABAMA.
The Assistant Commissioner of Freodmen's Affaira In
the Btato of Alabama has written to the Commissioner
the result of his Inquiries, made in accordance with the
loatructlona of the latter to report the number of per
sons requiring seed corn and the quantity of land to be
sot ded. He states that Hats of the persons above men
tion? d are being made out, but that the result of the
collateral inquiries baa satisfied bim that not only Ia
the season already much too far advanced for any use
" ful cnltivatirn of seed grown this year, but that no
?uah distribution need bo provided tor. Tho grain crop
of this year will, the General thinks, reach nearly the
avorago before the war, both In quantity and quality;
' and if not wholly consumed by Immediate necossi'y,
for lood, will, doubtleBB, meet all future requirement?
for reed. That It will not be wholly consumed Is infer
red from the sharp experience they bave had ol tho ne
cessity lor n?d, and ?rom the fact that most of the per
BoiJB who have grain crops have also little cotton, which
will afford them relief be foro the corn, which ia their
principal crop, la ripe ; and from the further fact tbat
Oov. Patton will I? ave, In a few days, for St. Louis and
Chicago, where it Is hoped he will be able to pnrchsso a
large ni? ply of corn with which to supplement food ls
?BUfcd by Qoveinmcnt.
a ? ?
A correspondent writing from Uorninier, Now York,
?the nativo place of UNDERWOOD, gives a brief sketch of
the ptet hlitory cf this now notorious person, from
which we make the following t ?strict. Tho reader will
.recollect this is copied verbatim from a Northern paper,
and Is an accurato estimate of UHDEBWOOD'S standing
"where he was born :
Tho unworthy and disgraceful charge of Judge- Un
derwood to tbo Gi and Jury of the United i-tates District
Court at Blchmond, which appears In the New York
papers of to-day, induces me to info nu you and yonr
readers who this Underwood Is, and what his past his
tory baa boen. Here, where be is known, it ia not neces
sary, but the public should have some information as
to what kind of a man he is, and in what estimation he
Underwood was horn In this county (Herklmer coun
ty, New York), and remained a resident hero until about
the year i860. Alter being admitted to the bar he open
ed an offlco la thla village. The precise time la not now
recollected, but it must have been about the year 1838.
At that time he waa a member of the Whig party. From
his defeat lor office in tho Whig party, he became a fa
mous abolitloniat, and down to the time he left the
county ho was an Abbey Killer Foster abolitionist Ho
opened a law office, but ho never was able, aa a lawyer,
to command tho rospect of his fellow-citizens. Ho waa
without clients, and mainly because ho waa a lazy drone,
and because there was a general fueling In the commu
nity that his Integrity could not be relied upon. 80 low
had he sunk In that respect In the estimation of his
townsmen that hie namo was a reproach, and bis pre
sence was considered no compliment, and his character
waa no protection to him from open insults in the
streets. At one time some mischievous boys In this vil
lage did to him what they would novor havo thought of
doing to any mnn of respectable standing in the village.
They drove a donkey into hir. office trad left him there all
Falling as a lawyer, and having plenty of leisure, he
made himself conspicuous In the abolition movement,
and occasionally delivered abolition and tempor?neo
lectures, until at last drlvo 1 to tbe necessity of doing
Bome'bing for a living, he purchased some standing
wood and commenced getting tut wood and ties for the
While In practico hero, among other atorlea currently
told of bim, aa chaiocterlatioof the man, was onoto
thla effect: An Ignorant old man wanted to buy or
complete his title to a lot of land In this town, the fee
of which wes owned by on est?t o, the agent of which
resided in Albany. He gave Underwood the money to
to take to Albany to make the purchase or get the deed
for him. Unde8wood came back with the contract or
title in hie own name, and represented to tho old man
that he could not on accoun t of some difficulty, get the
land for him; but he found that bo could purchase it
for himself, and did so in his own name, but he would
BO 1 tho lend for an advanced price, which the old man
waa compelled to give in order to get the land.
Finally, starved out he broke np and went with his
family to Virginia, Fauquler county, I believe, to Bve
?apon Borne landa whiob belonged to bia wife. 80 far as
he waa personally concerned, no one having respect for
himself, cared for him or regretted lila leaving. It waa
considered a happy riddance, and when he had gone
there waa a goneralfeeUng in thla coan ty that it had got
?rid of a nuisance. He held the office of trustee of a
school district in this village, and ae such was ontrusttd
, with some of the funda of the district, and he applied
them to bia own nae. When called upon by bia succes
sor in office to account for the money, he could not do
It and, after repeated demanda upon him for the mo
ney and falling to get It his successor sued him before
a justice and recovered judgment wbloh, alter conald
orable delay, was collected on execution. On another
occasion he collected money for a client, and on being
Written to by bim to know if the collection waa made,
ho replied that the money waa not collected, and his
client was led to believe by Underwood that he had
fkllod to collect the money; and sometlmo after be had
left the county lils client ca led upon other attorneys to
collect the amount, when on invettlgation it was found
that thla worthy, whom the war has brought to tho sur.
tace, aa a judge, bad collected the money several years
before and had gono to Virginia Ho, of course, was
' -ailed upon to pay ovor, and lie did so by instalments,
pleading that he had forgotten the collection, which no
one knowing him behoved for one moment.
?u. h^? *^d ho. we?* to v?pglnia on landa belonging to
bia wife. Who is a lady with whom bo It ia said bocamo
acquainted whllo teaching'Behool in Virginia, and to
whom he was married about 1830 Sho is a Virginian,
and ia honorably connected, bolng a double oouain of
the late great Confederate OonorslStonowall Jackson.
Undorwood continued to reside on his wife's Und* until
1856, when ho tnrnod up aa a dol-gate from Virginia In
, toe National Republican Convention which nominated
Fromont for Presldont He, of course, had no oonBtltu
ii?SU "? WM a so'-'-'?tylod delegate taking hie seat in
Xbat Conveutlon, and very nat Tally such a conree on hie
part oxcitod BOKO aurpiiso and Indignation amon?bla
_2***?_. nc,Rljbor?'. who, on seeing his nome announced
as a delegate to Uiat Convention, at tomo meeting held
in hie neighborhood, paascd roeolutions indignantly de
nying that ho was authorized to expresa or roprostnt
uie Bciitlmon t of any portion of the people of Virginia In
'. ?6 w" st onco adopted by the Republican dlaorgan
?"? *? ?n instrument to be used by them, and none
i_,*.0 Vjisnt or base could be found; and tbenoxt we
* W-LS- nlln we aDQ bim ?PpMnted to some agency In a
V "vBBm En-??ra?lon Socloly, then founded in New
?hi. ./w7?? ltZ7 to work? .*? tonna ni* connection with
thcn.i?iey _l0re .?'"-ble to hie last? and diipoaltlon
?e??dnf il?""1!"! of .&rm ?fe In Virginia. The next
?earn of bim he turn? np at the Chicago Convention
which nominated Lincoln, and again as a delegate from
Virginia, although ho bad long ceased to b? a r? eldont
of that SUte. At Chicago It was reported of bim t> at
be had been engaged, as part of bis business nineo ho
loft Vlri/inia, in peddling the mischlovoiiH Uolpor book,
and at that timo he had it on tho streets in Chicago for
After the election of Lincoln, lils wlfo personally In
terceded wllh the President In his bohalf lor an ap
pointment, and bo was appolntod to soiuo ofllco in the
Treasurer's Department. This ofllco ho held uutil, un
luckily for the honor of tho Bench and the causo of
Juntice, ho was appointed to tho high and important
ofllco from which ho mado that disgraceful harangue
Last summer ho visited this vlllago, but not even his
high ofllco could reecuo bim from gonoral contempt.
Ho was welcomed nowhere, receivod nowhore.
SIDES. SHOULDERS & HAMS.
1 /"V/^V HHD8. OF CHOICE 8IDE8 AND 8H0UL
1 _l _f DER8
00 tierces of obolco Sugar-cured Hams
30 tierces of good Hams.
Landing per stoamer and for Balo by
Juno 10 tnths3_HENRY COBIA k CO.
FRESH GROUND FLO UR7~
fc?/^_^V BBL8. OF FRESH GROUND SUPERFINE
_._/_! AND EXTRA FLUUR
20 tubs Superior Lard.
Landing por steamer Flambeau, and for salo by
HENRY CO ?IA k CO..
Juno 10 3 Vendue Rango.
CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR.
HHDS. OF VERY OHOIOE PORTO RICO
00 bbls. Choice Molasses.
Landing per steamer Flamboau, and for Palo by
HENRY CORIA k CO.,
Juna 10 3 Vonduo Range.
THE CELEBRATED "DURHAM"
5 BARRELS "DURHAM'S" .SMOKING TOBACCO.
Just received, and for sale by
LAUREY A ALEXANDER.
This Is the finest Smoking Tobacco that has been
brought into this market, and wo call the attention of
doalora to tho same. 2 June 10
OF THE FIRST QUALITY "OLD DOMINION
BRAND," can always be bad at lowest market
price, in any quantity, of B. 8. BRETT A 80N,
June 10 1 thi-lmo No. 2 Exchange-street.
1000 BUSHELS CORN.
_ f\r_n BUSHELS MIXED CORN, -OR SALE
A_J-I_# low by O. D. OWENS,
East Bay street, In rear of Old Postofflco.
June 10 tuthsS
A f\f\f\ BUSHELS PBIME WHITE CORN
?jt _?V/ -J landing from steamer Adele, at Brown's
Wharf, and for sale by
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
MO. 74 East Bay.
IN ROBB :
26 hhds. OHOIOE BACON SIDES
. 26 hhds. Choice Bacon Shoulders
10 tierces Choice Hams
00 cases Champagno Older
16 barrels Cuba Molasses
100 boxea Fay Brothers' Boap
26 b?rrela Rye and Rectified Whiskey.
( Juno 10 tuth2
SYRUP AND FLOUR.
?\\r\f\ BBL8. OF FLOUR-DIFFERENT GRADES
___/_/ 76 bbla. Portland Syrup.
Just received and for salo by
Juno l8 2 BAVENEL k -CO.
SHELL LIME FOR SALE.
ey Zrif\ BUSHELS 8UPEBIOR 8HELL LIME
_?U _/ for sale, at the Obarloaton Gaa Works,
foot of Charlotte-street. ? June l8
1 rje BOXEB OF TOBACOO. ON CONSIGNMENT,
J. | ?J varions brands, and for salo by
No. 13S Moeting-atreot,
AT THE rOLMIWINO PniC_H AS PKB QUALITY:
80, 36, 4P. 60, 60, 70, 80, 90 cents and $1 per pound by
the Bingle box or half box.
N. B.-Planters are particularly requested to examine
the Tobacco at 30 and 36 cents, as It 1B perfectly sound
- Jone l8 2
PRIME WHITE CORN.
Kf\C\C_ BU8HEL8 PBIME WHITE CORN. LAND
O _lyJyJ ING this day from stoamer "Adele" and
for sale by MORDECAI _ CO.
June l8 2
CORN AND PEAS.
C)i \r\f\ BUSHELS PRIME PROVISION CORN
a _" VJ \J 76 bushels good Peas, daily expected per
For sale low. by JNO. S. BIRD, Jn. k CO.,
June l8 2 Corn or Chuich and Tradd-streeta.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. SOL EAST BAY,
OHAKLBSTON, S- O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared to procure FBEIGHTS and CHAR
TERS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying as
GEO. A. HOPLEY A CO.
MOTTET, HUOHET _ CO.
WM. P. HALL.
MORDECAI A CO.
RAVENEL _ CO.
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.
ROB'T MURE _ CO.
WILLI8 k OHISOLM.
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Late oo-partner of Mordecai _ Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East _3av,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTI? ULAR ATTENTION TO THB
purohasoor aale of COTTON, RICE, LUMBER
NAVAL STORES, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS consigned to our oare.
Also, to salea of all descriptions of Merchandise a
MORDECAI & CO., E. LAFITTE Ac CO.,
!______, BEACH At CO., E. B 8T0DDABD A CO.
8. 8. FARRA R, BROTHERS A CO.
Charleston, April 1, 1806. April 9
CORN AND OATS.
O/"_ .*"_?_ BUSHELS PRIME PROVISION CORN,
__t \J _l _f to arrive per s team o r.
1200 bushels HEAVY VIRGINIA OATS
600 bushels Mixed Coin
0000 lbs. prime Virginia Hams, Bldos and Shouldors.
For sale by ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
Ko. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland-street.
June l8 4
LUMBEEM _S IST
PARTIES ENGAOED IN CUTTING TIMBES, OB
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OB SHINGLES, will do well to call on the subaoribor,
who having been for many years engaged in tho manu
facture and shipment of Lumber and Timbo., Is well
po sted aa to the wanta and prices of different marietta
and can always furnish the hUtat market reports from
Europe, Sonth America, West Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Cities, and will farnlah specifications
suited to different markets, and attend to tho charter
In g of vessel?, or girt any Information or __-__.ee
that may bedeslreo. JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, ?orna- Accommodation Wharf.
Schooner R. H. SU AN NON, Marta. Monter,
??.having nearl.v all her cargo engaged, will sall In
>a fow days. For balance < f Frolght apply to
H. F. BAKKK ft CO ,
Juno 19 No. 2i? Cumberland Btreit.
VBSSEI.S WANTED TU LOAD
> for Philadolpbia, Portland and Boston. High
?est rates paid, and dlt-patch given. Apply to
HI UKI;i BROS & CO.,
Juno 16 No. 74 Eaat Bay.
VKSSK, I.S WANTED, TO LOAD
for Baltlmoro, Philadelphia, Now York, Bos
ton, St. John. Matanzas, Havana, Bagua la
Orando, linn arlm's, Martinique, Demorara,
Trinidad, Bit* Flatte and othor points.
Also wanted to Charter, VESHELM out and homo to
various West India ports. J. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 liant Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FOR CHERAW, S. C,
AND ALL 'PUK LANDINGS ON FEE DEE
THE LIOHT DRAUGHT STEAMER
CAPTAIN GEO). MANSFIELD,
LS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODA
TION WHARF, and will leave To-Night, 19th inat
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agents.
N. B.-AU freights payable on tho wharf.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS. B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVEBY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.- Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Conway
boro' and Ohoraw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
ateamera Little Ada and R. E. Bell. June _
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, 8. C.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
THE VERY FAST
CAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the placo of Steamer FANNIE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WJ?*.RF EVEBY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ERGUSON k HOLMES.
RAHITAN AND DELAWARE BAY KAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BBANOH-THE
Whole distance by rall-no change of cars-no trav
elling hy8tage. On and after Friday, June let 186*3,
the trains on this Boad will lo? vo the Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Ballroad Company, atOooper'a Point Cain
den, as follows, vis?.: 9.30 A. M., Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate H ta tiona ; 8.30
A. M., Mall and Express for New York.
Returning, Trains leavo Plor 33, foot of Duane-atreet
North River, via Steamboat Josae Hoyt; at 11 A. M.. Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and intermediate
Stations- and i P. M. for all Stations on the Boad.
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $ '.
June l8 Smo WM. N. CLAYTON, Sup't
EUGEE & HASELL,
No, 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
?LOCOMOTIVES, R.AILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &o.
ISTo. 173 EAST _B-A_Y.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI
CULTURAL IMPI?EMENTS of all kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIST
HILLS, always on band.
Agente for A'tCHAMRAULT'S STEAM ifSGIN?. and
nwlBlrajr.*'*' g-MPa-a-i tcorwh ? ?*?.*. ?
AUSTIN, ANDRUS k CO.,
COUNTRY ORDERS TILLED WITH DISPATCH,
FOR NEW YORK.
THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
- ".:?? _W?- :r. ?_-?*_.
OAPT. WILLIAM H. WEST.
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF ON SAT
URDAY. 23d Juno, I860, at - o'clock proclaoly.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to RAVENEL at CO.,
Corner East Bay and Vanderhorst'a Wharf.
FOR NEW TORE.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OP FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
?4CAKER CITY I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA- I (.RANADA,
WELL LEAVE ON SATURDAY, 28RD JUNE,
at - o'clock
No berth secured unless paid for.
Freights and Wharfago of Vegetables must bo paid
at our office.
No Freight received unless engaged at our office.
Juno l8 RAVENEL A CO.. Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every Alternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. 80UDEB,
CATT. B. W. LOOKWOOD.
CATT. O. P. M_n_s__.
rf_B8E STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for ___*_.
gen, with tables supplied by every luxury tha New York
and Charleston markota can afford; and, for safety, speed
vu! comfort, are unrivalled on the ooaat.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
CAPTAIN 8. ALEXANDER,
mTLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHABF ON
VV THURSDAY, June 21, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on oonalgnmenta to Now
For Freight or Passage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS k OHISOLM,
North Atlantio Wharf.
Consignees in New York-Mesare, LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO. ' June 16
PAB8A?.B REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROH
_E XX IR, O 3? E .
BY 8AILINC? SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEBE.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Balling every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ana
from New York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ani
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have theil
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed or
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 221
Weat street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN A BROTHER,
No. 027 Krwo STBKZT, C___I__TOH, 8. <_,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Angosta. G. A. lvr Febrnarv V
PACIFIC MAIL ST* AMSIIIP COMPANY _
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
_______ OH TUB OOMH__rm_ OH TH_P_Q_TK
A___a_io, WITH TUB
?EW YO-K.:.GOLDES CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ko., ko.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
8-_n__ipa will leave Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Canal-street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
21st of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the pr?5oedlng Saturday), for ASPIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of th?
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at AOAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama wit
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMURI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO,
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rat
allowed to second cabin and steerage pasaeng?ra with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their familles, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable disoharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-maater- accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectora
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers wbo profei
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply al
tho Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT Of
0ANAL-8TREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORE.
April S Brnos 8. K. HOLMAN, Agent.
G. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN REAPPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, wonld
respectfully inform his old patrons and all others con
nected with the bualncss, that be _____ found for the
present at the offlos of STEINMEYER A SON.
Juno 7 lmo* West end Deaufaln street.
PRATT & WILSON ?R?THERS'
No. 238 King-street.
PRAH & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST,
Charleston? S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 8. W. WILSON.
Chemist to late
0.8. Nitre and
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
P. B. WILSON,
O rael ant o of
Chomlat to lato
0. S. Ord. Dep't,
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
B??1LSAM FIR. COD LIVER OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. CARB. SODA
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EP80M SALTS, TARTARIO ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYE?
BAL SODA, SILICATE OP SODA,
TURPENTINE, io., ?ko,
FLINT AND GREEN GIiASS,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES,
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PILLS, eta?
Any Preparationa made to order.
No. 238 King-street.
HEGEMAN'8 COD LIVKR OIL,
HEGE MAN'S ELIXIR OF BARK,
HEGEMAN'B PREPARATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Harley'a and Hallo way'a,
AGUE CURES AND AOUTS TONICS,
BROWN'S ESSHNOE JAMAICA GINGER,
BBOWN'S TBOOHES FOR COUGHS,
PILLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer'e, Ac,,
WINSLOW'S SOOTHTNG SYRUP, Ac, ko.
All other most popular and reliable.
Ko. 238 King-street.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR. GENUINE LOW'S, tanta
Style?, large assortment,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAB; cheaper than Tor?
No. 338 KING-ST.
F A.NO Y
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