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CORN, BACON, MOLASSES. Etc.
-f f\f\ f \ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
i\.'\J\J 60 Iihds Choice Sides and Shoulders
100 barrels Muscovado Molasses
20 lilids MitHcovaao Molasses
25 barrels Flack & f ou's Whiskey
IC barrels Miller's Old Ttye Whiskey
For Bate by STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
September ll 1_No. 74 Unit Bay.
BACON, BUTTEE CHEESE.
.I e HHDS. PRIME BACON SHOULDERS
J,tr 10 bods. Prime Bacon Sides
10 firkins choice Goshen Butter
20 boxes Cheese. For tale low by
JAS. CANTWELL k CO.,
No. 114 East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf.
September ll . _3
MOLASSES AND TOBACCO.
tA BBLS. PRIME MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
OU 10 half bblfl. Good Tobacco. ??___?,
For sale by W. H. EASTERBY,
No. 118 East Bay (Up StairB).
PRIME BACON AND HAMS.
S?r\ HOGSHEADS PRIME RIBBED SIDES
-?d\J 5 hogsheads Prime Olear Sides
6 hogsheads Prime Cloar Ribbed Sides
10 hogsheads Prime Shoulders
0 boxes Prime Shoulders
2U tierces Prime Bacou 8trips
6 tierces "Washington" Hams
JO tierces Sugar-cured Hams
5 hogshead-? Second Quality Ribbed Sides
2 hogsheads Second Quality Olear Ribbed Sides
25 hogsheads Fair Bright Shoulders
Lauding oer Bahimoroand New York steamers and
for falo low, by LA?BEY k ALEXANDER,
September 8 Btnlh3 No. 187 East Bay.
SYRUP ! SYRUP !
J? fl BARREL8 GREENPOINT SYRUP
t?v/ 25 barrels Fine Portland Syrup.
For aale low by lt AVENEL k CO.,
East Bay, corner of Vauderhor*st Wharf.
September 10 _'_2
f*Kf \ BALES CHOICE EASTERN HAY.
GEORGE A. LOCKE & CO.,
September ll 2 East Bay, cor. Dewees' Wharf.
CORN! CORN !
1 f\f\r\ BU8HELS PRIME WESTERN CORN.
IUUV/ For sale low by
RAVENED k CO.,
East Bay, corner of Vanderhorst Wharf.
CORN AND BACON.
QAAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IN
?\r\J\J lots to suit purchasers.
6000 pounds primo Bacou Shoulders.
COAL.-CUMBERLAND COAL, superior for black?
smith's and steamer's use, cheap.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
Sentember 10 2 East Bay.
LIVERPOOL SALT AND OSNA
1QAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
J,oUv/ 10 b!lle8 White Cotton Osnaburgs
5 ?ales Striped Cotton Osnaburgs.
For salo by A. 8. JOHNSTON,
Third dcor east of Meeting-street.
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
*frrANTED, 20,000 POUNDS CLEAN WA8HED WOOL.
VV We will pay fcom.35 to 4U cents per pound,accord
ing io quality.
Also, RAGS, HIDES, 8KINS. kc.
Apply to MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 4,0 rind 8 Vendue Range.
?S-Columbia Carolinian insert 1 month and Bend bill
to this office. Imo August 27
WANTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR ENGLISH AO
COUNT, about 50.000 lbs. of Grease Wools of all
textures, and 30,000 lbs. Scoured Supers. Also 5000 lbs
Soft Woolens at 6c. per lb.; and 6000 ltm hard Woolens
at 6o per lb. ; and 6000 lbs. Mixed Woolens at 4o per lb.
The' threo last Rema subject to inspection and ready
paekdd in squar? bales. Apply personally, or by letter,
to HENRY TRENOHARD,
Exchange Street, E. B ,
; . Charleston, 8. O.,
(Formerly Army Cloth ManufaotureiB to C. S. A.)
CONFEDERATE GREY CLOTH, &c" ON HAND.
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
THE UNDERSIGNED IS THE SOLE PROPRIETOR
of the above named article, being the successor of
the original manufacturer.
Having obtained letters patent for said article, he
hereby warns all persons against manufacturing or at
-i empting to manufacture said artiole.
y* All venders of the "GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
. SACCO" muet obtain it from ma directly, or from
m mtflorked agents.
mZ? ? following are my sole authorised agents al
-JES! *? Others will be added. .
?*TO??L r, Farrar & Oo., Newborn; Northrop k Cum
waist YUmington; H. D. Teel, Tarboro; Ashton A
?Mng?.^ portemouth, Va.; Adolph Berry, No. 175
?wVSS?!. ?treat? Baltimore; March, Price & Co., No,
West Pratt- New York. Wi 0, Bennett k Co.,
?1 Water-Bb O. J. R. GREEN.
?Soi ange County. N. G., June 15.
EHiPurrnonrrv A NNOUNOE8 TO BI8 FRIEND?
"IAT^t: V^Lt ?erally that he has opened i
lom m /iRAiSr HAY * ND FBSD STORE at No. 211
Sr^S'.v '.r^y New Custom House. He so
?A8T BAY, opposite the i patronage. He will keep a
licitsashareof the public V the following articles
randy constantly on hanoV >)he iowe8t marKkot rateB
??%0RN? HAY* I ,RAN AND 8HORWil8
August 17 _ -_
No. 193 EABT ' BAY
J. S. SCHIRMER, \
WHOLESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AN
TIC RICE, An assortment of. aU ga """0?
stani.lv on hand. 3mos i
ST BADE GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES. GAS ?
n""T???T?N0 AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. HO KING-STREET,
August 31_ Between Broad and Queen.
Corner of Concord ani Hasel Streets
LOCKWOOD & JOHNSON'S OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREPARED TO BUILD ENGINES, BOILERS AND
Machinery of every kind. Castinge in Iron and
Brass executed with facility and dispatch. House
Fronts of Cast Iron, and Railings for all purposes, built
Bud set up to order. 1 r .?uni,
? VIRGINIDS FREEMAN,
JOHN M. PUNDT,
_EDWARD A. DODD.
COMMISSION MEOTANTS, FACTORS,
ttO. 104 BAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
WILL. BE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON
RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES, and GENERA
HENRY H?GENS.. 0. H, BERGMANN.. H. L, HERWI
September 3 lmo
COAL! COAL! COAL!
?)A/\ TO>'8 SUPERIOR 8YDNEY COAL, SE
, ?\J\J IJECTED FOR PARLOR USE. For sale, to
arrive, either as a cargo or in quantities to snit lam?
j lieB. Apply to T. S. & T. G. BUDD,
September ll tuth2 Boyce's fl orth Wharf.
COTTON GIN BRISTLES /
I JpOR^REPAIRINO COTTON GIN BRO SHES. FOR
0.. VOIGT'S LEATHER AND FINDING8 STORE,
September ll tnf2? No. 86 Market street.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, |
Cotton Factors ni Banters,
Noa. 1 and 3 HAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. O.
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MARKET I
1 OA O C0IL8 HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
XtU\J\J 200 bales Bagging
60 hhds P. R. and Muscovado Sugars
500 bbls A, B, O, Crushed and Powdered Sugars
200 bbls. West India Molasses
100 bbls. Sugar House (Syrup
50 hhds, Muscovado and Cuba Molasses
100 bblB White Wine and Cider Vinegar
1000 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
1000 baps Rio, Java and L agu ay ra Coffee
400 dozen Fainted B?cket?
Powder in whole, half aud quarter kega, also in canis- j
(ers cf one lb. and half lbs.
1000 bags Shot, assorted sizes
500 bbls. Flour, Extra, Super and Fine
Copperas, Epsom Salts, Blue atone, Madder, Indigo,
? Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Starch, Colored Soaps, bar and |
fancy, Soda in kegs and boxes, Teas, Candles, Macke?
6000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, Seamless Sacks,
6000 sacks Liverpool Salt, Seamed Sacks, Standard
September 10 _Imo
ISTo 140 Meeting-street,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Wholesale and B?tail Dealers in
MACHINERY, SEEDS, fie.
AGENTS FOR TUE
EXCELSIOR ROLLER GIN,
FOR HAND, HORSE OR STEAM POWER.
THE HAND GIN WILL TURN OUT ONE HUN?
DRED POUNDS OF GINNED COTTON
PER DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
AGENTS FOR THE
UNIVERSAL SAW GIN,
CLEANER AND CONDENSER.
HAND GINS FROM 18 <SO 35 SAWS;
POWER GINS FROST 30 TO 100 SAW/8.
THE HAND GINS
WILL TURN pUT FROM 500 TO 700 POUNDS
PER DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
THE CLEANER AND CONDENSER ATTACHMENT
ii an ENTIRELY NEW FEATURE, and a great ac
quisttion to the Gin proper. It ls very simple in con?
struction and operation, and requires no appreciable
j force to drivo lt. It serves to separate ali tho vast
i amount of fine dust and sand from the ginned ootton,
which, hy the,ordinary process, would be deposited
with lt, and be packed in bales for market Tho Con?
denser also prevents the possibility of firing the gin?
ning buildings, even if the Gin Itself could goner ate
fire (which this Gin cannot do). It occupies but little
space, and may be operated in almost any building,
however small, and when desirable, may be usod in th*
open field. It is entirely portable, and, with tho Gin,
forms A. COMPLETE GINNING ESTABLISHMENT OF
ITSELF, willoh can be moved from plantation to
The saving in the erection of buildings such aa are
required for these G?OB and Condensers over the cost of
those required for other gins, will far es ceed the entire
outlay for these improved Universal Ootton Gins and
Condensers complete for nse.
AgentB for the CLARK SORGHO MILL and COOK'S
Agents for ARCHAMBAULT'S PORTABLE STEAM
Agents for tho INGER30LL COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 110 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
August 21 tuthsSmoH
IN, BARKLBY & CO,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LAKGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW HILL
STEAJ.^ ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
BAR AN ^ SHEET IRON
OAST ANP SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL ^ COMOTIV.E
OILS AND AXL.E GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, &o.
EVANS & WATSONS FIRE AND BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES, &c, &c.
LiUUllVlle. UAlltUiUl U/ VV.j
NO. 150 MEETING STREET.
August 28 _
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
ST BEET, to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, one door
north of Broad street._August 31
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWO THIBTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWEN?
TY-FIVE long, very little used. Will be sold low,
li applied for immediately, at
WILLIAM 8. HF.NEREY'S,
July 0 mwf No. 3U Meeting-street.
FOU CHftHTKK._THB A MEM.
CAN Schooner "WILLIE DiLL," J. H. Farrow,
Master, 129 tons burthen, can be CHARTER?
ED either for the WeBt Indies or a Northern
Port. For terms ap ply to GIBBES & CO.,
No. 10 Adger's South Wharf.
September ll _2
FOR LIVERPOOL. - THE A I
N American ship 80UTHERN RIGHTS, L. ROBS,
^Master, ls now loading for the above port.
?For Freight engjgements, apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
September 6_ North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR BEAUFORT AND FOOT'S
POINT, AND 0^IERKGINTERfllEDIATE
THE STEAMER PLATO WILL LEAVE BOYCE b
CO.'fl WHARF on Tuesday and Friday, for Beau .
fort and Foot's Point, and other Intermediate Land?
For Freight or Passage apply on board.
ANO INTERMEDIA! E LANDINGS.
WILL LEAVE FOOT OF TRADD STREET, OHI80LM
Mill, every Tuesday and Friday, Return tog
Wednesday and Saturday.
For ?'reieht or Passage, apply on board to the Captain.
August 28 Imo
CAPTAIN R. H. HARNEY,
WILL LEAVE BOYCE & OO.'S NORTH WHARF,
every Tuesday and Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock,
A. M. .for North and South Edisto, touching at Rock?
For Freight or Passage apply on board
FOR CHERAW, ~~
AND LANDINGS ON FEE DEE RIVER.
THE LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMER
CAPTAIN GEORGE MANSFIELD,
ILL RECEIVE FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODATION
- Wharf, on the 15th inst., and leave on the 20th inst.
For Freight engagements, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
N. B.-Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUTS M. OOXETTER,
WILL SAIL FROM AUGER'S WHARF FOR THE
ABOVE PLACES every Saturday, at 3 o'clock, P.
M., until further notice.
For Freight or Passage apply, on board, or to tho
Office of the Agenoy, No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
September 0_J. D. AIKEN b CO., Agents.
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO UR FROM
BY SAILING BH2PS, SAILING EVERY WEES.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MATT? STEAMERS,
Bailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to tnt
from New York. .
Great Reduction in lare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Ltweat Ratea.
Passenger1*, on arrlial in New York, will have theil
baggage removed Fr?, and every care bestowed ot
For Passage, bo,, ajply tc M. M. QUINN,
au 627 Eba BTBEET, OHABLESTOH, h. C.
Febroarv 27 lyr
PACIFIC MAIL&TKAMS1IIP COMPANY'S
TOUGHING AT . .
CARRYINB THE U. S. MAIL.
Through ta Twenty-two Days.
STEA?WHIPS OH TEE COHNEOTTNO ON THBPAOCTIt
.".???^M:rI0, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGH?..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, &0., 4a
ONE OF THE 1BOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships wil leave Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Oanal-street, at ll o'clock, noon, i the 1st, 11th and
aiBt of every monta (except whej .hose dates fall OE
Sunday, and then outhe precodlug Saturday), for A8PIN'
WALL, connecting ria Panama Railway with one of tht
Company's Steamsnpa from Panama for SAN FRAN.
CISCO, touching alACAPULCO.
Departures of lt and 21st connect at Panama witt
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI.
CAN PORTS. Thoe of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of OlE-QUARTER from steamers* ratai
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers witt
families. Also, ai allowance of ONE-QUARTER OE
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; Didiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pomds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters iccompany baggage through and at?
tend to ladies ari children without male protectors,
Baggage reoeived on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboatSirailroads, and passengers who pref?
to send down earh
An experiencedSurgeon on board. Medicine and ab
For Passage Ttkets, or further information, apply ai
the Company'? ricket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
0ANAL-STREI7. NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3 fmos & &. HOLMAN, Agent,
MERCHANTS' LINE BALTIMORE AND
CONNECTING WITH THE STEAMERS
FOR LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE BROWN & OO.'S SOUTH WHARE
( Hely ?n FTidav' 010 14th ln8t-> at - o'clock pre
Ne^lYo?rkLadlDg 8?V6n f0r SpiritB TnrPentIne through to
pool"'8 0? Ladlng glven ior Cotton through to Liver
For Freight or Passape, apply to
BTBEET BKOTHERS k CO.,
September ll_No. n Bast Bay.
New ?ork and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FAKE REDUCED TO $35.
tearing each Tort ey ery Alternate Thursday,
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUD?1B,
CATT. B. W. LOOKWOOD.
CAPT. 0. P. MABBHMAK.
mHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERT INDU01
J. MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
POBL?O, having superior accommodations for Passen,
gera, with tables supplied by every luxury tho New Yori
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
>nd oomfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPTAIN B. W. LOCKWOOD,
[TTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
Vf THURSDAY, September 13, at - o'olook.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasiage, apply at the office of the
I Agent?. WILLIS & OHIBOLM,
North Atlsntio Wharf.
Consignees in Now York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOY
! & 00. September 7
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR. NEW YORK.
THE SIDE-WHELL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE A DOER'S SOUTH WHARF, ON SAT*
URDAY. September 15th, at - o'clock.
September 10 BAVENBL & CO., Agents.
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
CAPT. CHARLES BABSON,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF FOR
BOSTON on Saturday, September loth, inBt,
at - o'clock precisely.
For Freight or Passage apply at the office o f the
Agent, A. J. 8ALINAS,
Noa. 21 and 23 Vendue Bange.
Goods forwarded to the interior of South Carolina and
Georgia by the South Carolina and Georgia, and North?
eastern Railroads, froe of commission.
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
THE 8PLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of this line leave Now York every Saturday,
from Pier No. 47, North River.
Sliip Tons. Commander,
HELVETIA.3,316.0 OIL VEE.
DENMA BK.3,117......THO UPSON.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge,
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver.
pool or Queenstown for $35, currenoy, can be obtained
at our office.
Through passage to Parla, London, Antwerp, Ham?
burg, Bremen, &c, at low rates.
BATES OP PASSAGE, PAIABLE IN C?BBENCT:
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $30
For freight or passage, applv to
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
September 1 No. 74 East Bay.
PASSENGERS ARRIVING IN COLUMBIA ON THE
different railroads will find Omnibusses, Carriages
and Baggage Wagons in readiness to carry them to and
from his Hotel
Responsible persons in attendance to receive checks
and baggage. T. S. NICKER80N,
August 26 imo Proprietor.
SOUTH CAROLIN A RAILROAD COMPA&??1
' "'GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S- OFFIOE,->
CH?BLESTON, 8. 0., September 10,1866.. : j:
ON AND AFTER TUE8D.a.Y, SEPTEMBER 11TH,.
the Summervale Passenger Train wiU leave thia
Oliy at 4.20 P. M.: , . ?: ' v !" ? ""i""
(Signed) ' . H. T. PE&EE,
September ll 1 General Superintendent.
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAIL?
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BBANCjfenjfl.
whole dlBtance by rail-no chango of cts^no^tn?^
elllng by Stage. On and after Friday, Julie left IwfcV
the trains on this Road will leive the Depot ' of Camden
and Atlantio Railroad Company, at Cooper sTofa^Cagt
den, as follows, viz: 9.20 A. M., Express Trahi for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 9.80
A. M., Mail and Expreso for New Yolk? . -
Returning, Tratas leave Pier 32, foot of Duen?-atrte*?/
North River, via Steamboat Jesse Hoyt; at ll A. M., Ex?
press Train tor Long Branch, Camden and^intermedlal?
Stations; and i P. M. for all Stations on the Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $3.1
June 18 8mo WM. N. CLAYTON, Sup't.
ST OR E.
JUST OPENED, ^ ?
-A. FEESH STOCK
No. 394 KING-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT FOR MANFUAC
TURER8, wholesale and retail dealers lu Ladies'.
Gent's, Misses' and Children's BOOrB AND SHOES
has taken Store No. 394 KING-STREET, where he wili
keep a large assortment of Goods of all kinds, which'
will be sold at the LOWEST POS8IBLE PRIOE8,
Our FINE GUOD3 are equal to custom-made goods?
at about half tho cost ,
Special inducements offered to Country Merchants,.
Buy of the Manufacturers, and save -
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
No. 301 KING-STREET:
J. B. SCHENCK, Agent,
Wo. 70 MAIDEN LANK, NEW YURIK,
OFFERS FOR ?aALE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGLNSS
of all sizes, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS of the mo?
approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 20,000
eetof Lumber per day: REYNOLDS' TURBINE WA?
TER WHEELS, and ali kinda of Machinery for Working
Wood and Iron, via:
Drill Lathes . ,/> ?
Steam and Gas Pipes
Steam and Water Guagesj
Upright Reserving Milla ..
Circular Reserving Mills' .
Shafting Pullrys and Hangar? ,
Rubber Leather Beltings . '
Oircular Saw Benohes
Power Morticing Machines
Blind Slat Tenoning Machine! 1
Daniela' Planing Machines
Gray Jr, Wood's Planing Machines'
Woodworth Planing Machines
Foot Morticing Machines
Leather and Rubber Hos?
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Wright's Patent SoroU Bawl
Patent Belt SoroR Saws
Rotary and Mining Pumps.
Every description of Machinery and Railway fluppusft
COTTON GINS of the most approved construction.
January 8_ ._wfmlyr
THE SUMTER NEWS,
H. Xi. DARR,
SUMTEE, S - O.
A GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR MERCHANTS
CIRCULATION RAPIDLY INCREASING.
THE PROPRIETOR, WELL KNOWN IN CHARLES
TON, offers to his old friends the columns of his
paper as a good ADVERTISING MEDIUM, and solicita
a share of their patronage, feeling assured that he can
Sive entire satisfaction both in style and pri?es, he
elng a PRACTICAL PRINTER, and wlftfilve his ehtlr?
attention to his paper.
BUSINESS CARDS inserted '*? reasonable rates.
ADVERTISEMENTS take'j by contraot.
BuBineBS Letters w}l) be addressed to <
I H. L. DARR,
May 80 Sumter, South Carolina.
NEWS AND HARALD,
io. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, Uti
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITF,
Is assigned the publication of
As having the
Li the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly eve*?
County which has its Advertising done in Savavannaiu
It is the
BEST ADVERTISING ??EDIU?
In its Section of the State.
Weekly.fi,. 8 ?
S. W. MASON,
Anw? o? Editor and Proprietor.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LHM
City, will contract foi' all kinda of HOUSE-BUILD.
ING AND REPAIRING. - W. ttGRUVER,
" " _ _ No. MiWentworth-stree?
Or at DAWSON fi BLACKMAN'S, No. 17 Broad-street.