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DAILY NEWS.
TI I UU8DA.Y MOBNIHQ. ?SEPTEMBER13,1868.
LOCALMATTERS.
Messrs. AT. VL Quinn A" I)it??THEn, of No. 527
King-street, opposite Aim, have furnished us with
tlio Now York Herald, Times, Tribune, World, and
Daily Netrs, of Saturday last, for which they will
accept our thaiiks.
New Yohk F..r_--tg.?We are ander constant ob
ligation?, to Mr. Hon.\OE P. Ruou, of Markot-Btrcot,
for his thoughtful attention, in supplying ua with
Northern papers. Last evening, in addition to
copies of the Herald, Times, Tribune, Nercs, kc,
ho supplied no with the New York Weekly, of Sep
tember 7th, which in handsomely got up, and con
taina tlio interesting story of "Floralice Harcourt,
or the Poisoned Necklace." Fersons in want of
paper? or periodicals from the North will do well
to examine the atock of Mr. lluuo.
Ou?t thanks arc due to Mr. H. P. I-uoo for copies
of the Savannah Herald of the 11th and 12th insta.
A ConoNEn'fi Inquest was hold yesterday at No.
'RJ Calhoun-street, on the body of Philis Williams
(colored). Verdict: "Death from bilioua colic."
ItKST-*.?Tho renta of houaea and stores have
gone up to a very high figure in the city, and
many in business arc discussing within thomsolvoa
whether their profit? will be sufficient to meet tho
heavy demands of landlonls. Some out of buai
iu'hh, but prepared to go into it lightly, boing
hacked with limited fund?, are checked in thcout
stftrt )?y tho exorbitant amounts asked for atores.
The. establishment? also, best suited for trade, or,
as it is termed, ?be best "stands," are already
lease?], and the arge sums now demanded are for
comparatively ill-suited buildings, not in the heart
of trade, and with few or no conveniences.
Aiihiyal or TUB Quaker City. ? This superior
t>toam?hip, under the command of Captain West,
reached her wharf about seven o'clock last even
ing. She left New York on Saturday afternoon,
but, owing to a difficulty with the machinery, she
was detained below that city until Humlay fore
noon. Sho brings a heavy freight, and about
sixty cabin j'-'sseugors?among othera wo noticed
mir popular citizen,Dr. K'.xifuk, Captain Tuo_ias
Lockwooo, Capt. H. Aokins. Messrs. E. It. Cow
ri-imiwAiT, \V. T. Bckob, F. A. Sawyer, F. Ricir
Anus, and T. W. Bliss.
AlUUVAL OP SlTAJIiHtP GeNF.RAL SHEM-AN.?
"This vessel reached her wharf in thia city about
mid-day yesterday, having left New York on Sat
urday afternoon last. We are indebta?l to Capt.
Pkndllton* for favors. Tito steamship Quaker
City was advertised to leave New York at C P. M.
on Saturday last for this port.
DHL or Mortal-TV. ? The report of tho City
Registrar for the last week gives as the total num
ber of deaths forty-five, <?: which twonty-fivo were
children, and thirteen adult blacks and colored
leaving but six white adults. Of fevers, there
were six deaths of whites?throe grown and three
children, and of dropsy, Four blacks. Tho mor
tality among children appears greater than it ha3
boon for some weeks, probably tho result of the
extreme hot weather from which we have boon
mifloriiig for some time hack. On the whole, how
ever, tho city continue? remarkably healthy, and
wo trust will continue so until the winter seta in,
which is near at hand, aud when all fears of being
visited by diseases of a malignant type must van
ish.
Fohwaudino Agency.?In our issue of to-day it
will be seen that Mr. Geouge H. Walteb, of Or
angeburg, has taken hi? son into eopartncrahip.and
that they continue the forwarding and commission
business as heretofore. We are happy to Bee the
gentlemen of the country, who possess aptitude
and arc men of responsibility, engaging in a mat
ter which so much assists our people, while the
railroads are in an imperfect atate.
By reference to an advertisement of Mr. John
A. Michel, in another column, the profession, law
yers, and tho30 who have lost their plata, will find
that they can be served by calling on him. Mr.
M. is ono of the oldest practising surveyors of
this city (over fifteen years), and possesses, by
purchase, tho papers of the lato lt. K. Payne,
John Diamond, and many other eminent surveyors.
Those desirous of securing his professional ser
vices, will do well to call on him.
Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Ac? On yesterday we
dropped into the sture of Mr. Wit. G. Wuilden, at
the north corner cf King aiidBeaufaiu-streets, and
in tho rapid glance which we took at the interior
of the establishment, were much pleased with his
varied stock of goods. The housekeeping arti
elc.i with which he has supplied his atoro wo judge
io he of the bout kind and quality, aud should de
mand the attention of all in want of such thiDgs.
C. D. AnnENS A Co.?This old and well estab
lished concern has resumed business at the south
.wost cornpr of King and Market-streets, where
will be found a line assortment of Groceries, &c.
The ground coffee which thia establishment has
for yoara sent through the Southern StatoB bas
?nado them known and ?-opular, and will no doubt
tend to increase their country patronage. See
their advertisement.
Mantoue & Co?These well-known wholesale
-dealors, in evory variety of groceries and other
goods, advertise this morning a largo quantity of
articles, at the loweat prices. Tho Hat presented
by them, on this occasion, comprises ono of the
finest assortments evor exhibited to tho inspec
tion of tho trade, and we direct their attention to
it. Tho courtesy and attention which ono always
moots at this establishment, makes it a pleasure
io deal thoro.
Central Ice CnEASi Garden.?The generous
proprietors of this popular "institution" will ac
cept the hearty thanks of the Editora of the Daily
News for tho very delightful preaentsentonTucB
i!ny evening laat.
Vessel in Distress.? The three mastod schoon
er R. L. Sherman, Capt. Willis, of New Haven,
Conn., from Jacksonville, Fla., for Mayaguoz, P.
It., has put into Savannah in distroas.
TnE Hot Weather.?The Savannah Herald of
tho 11th inst. says tho weather for several days
has been very warm and more opproasiTo than
during tho very hot period in the last days of
August.
O?aTEns?On Friday and Saturday last the first
oystora of tho season were offered for salo in tho
Savannah market at forty cent? por quart.
Major Charles F. Putnam, of tho 163d New
York Volunteers, died at Savannah on Friday
pight last.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
BALTIC PIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW
York. COMMONWEALTH ETRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, of New York. Tho above -rut-clans Com
panits take ri:?!,? against Flro on Cotton, Stork? of
Goods, Buildings. Furniture, ShippiUR in port, A-c,
on most reasonable rate?. Losses promptly adjusted
and paid. J, DBA-TOM FOU?, Agent,
September 14 thatulil* No. 69 Hasel-atrcct.
TO MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, AND
OTHERS.
SE. PELOT, ADJUSTER OF BOOKS AND AC
. COUNTS. attend? to Opening, Writing Up and
Balancing Books. Singlo Entry Books transposed to
Double Entry, without tho expense on! trouble of new
books. Book-keepers wiU be assistc-d at their placo of
business in udjuatlug their books. All transactions con
fidential. Refers to many of our old city merchants.
Apply ?luring tho day at tho Honing Daily N::wb, to S.
E. Pelot, Accountant. 1 September 14
KO. 868 K-NO-STEEET,
ONE DOOR FROM HASEL.
JUST RECEIVED?A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MIL
LINERY GOODS, consisting of :?HATS, RIB
BONS, FLOWERS, Ac,, of tho latest style?, which will
be sold at the lowest market price. The trade are so
licited to call before purchasing.
N. B.?MILLINERY ATTENDED TO AS USUAL.
S?>ptembor 13
"NATHAN'S^
OLD S T _*_ IST D,
SOUTHWEST CORNER
MEETING & WENTWORTU-STREETS.
CARRIAGES. HARNESS, &c, &c.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS DAY FORMED
A COPARTNERSHIP with Mr. ISRAEL OTTO
LENGUI, umlerthc name and style of
NATHAN ?Si OTTOLENOVI,
a_d kase<l my old stand, wo aro prepared to ?lo an
AUCTION.
COMMISSION.
AND BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
Having made arrangements with several large Facto
ries at the North, w?i will soon be in rmolptof und ready
to furnish my old customers and friends with
CARRIAGES,
HARNESS
AND LIOHT VEHICLES, of every description.
And from my long experience and knowledge of the
business, hopo to rocclvea liberal share of patronage.
. M. H. NATHAN,
September 11 mthmtuwfo
KING & CASSIDEYu
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 -VTeeting-St,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN
DRUGS
I-tent .Medicines
Dye Stuff*
Surgical Instruments
Pertumery
Fancy Sonoa
stationery
Writing Inks]
LEADS
Varnishes
Oils
Dry and Mixed Paints
Window Glass
Brushes
Wires
Li?_':urs, Ac.
AliO,
SOLE AGENTS FOR PATENT LEGS AND CRUTCHES.
Isaaosen's Hat and Insect Poison, Ac, Ac.
September 1 lmo*
S.-T.-18G0-X.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strcngthcu and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
Thoy purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Compliant and Nervous Headache.
They aro tho best Bitters in tho world. Tbey mako
the weak man strong, and arc exhausted nature's great
restorer. They are composed of tho celebrated Cali
Kiya Bark, Cascarilla Bark, Dandelion, Chamomilc Flow
ers, Lavender Flowers, Wintargreen, Anise, Clover-buds,
Orange Peel, Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
S.?T.?18<$0?X., ko.
Tho following ia a sample of the testimony dally rc
taiy? :
Soudi-b's Hoste. Superintendent's Office, 1
Cincinnati, O.. January 10, 18<W. J
* * . ? ? * * *
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
our nob!;? soldiom who stop here, more or less disabled
from various causes, and the effect is most marvelous
and gratifying.
Such ;? preparation as this I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS. Superintendent.
Willard'h Hotel, )
Washington, D. C, Jan. 22, 18?3. |
Gentlemen: Wo require another supply of your Plan
tation Bitters, tho popularity of which daily increases
with the guests of our house.
Respectfully,
SYKES, CHADWICK _ CO.
Cleveland, Dec. 8. 1B?2.
* I had been so ill with Liver
Complaint and Dyspepsia that I was compelled to aban
don my business. I used three bottles of the Plantation
Bitters, and to my astonishment am entirely cured.
Thpy are the best medicine I ever used, and I shall en
deavor to make them known. Please Inform me what
S.?T.?1800?X. __<?a__.
Yours truly, . H. B. KINGSLEY.
Dr. W. A. Child?, 8urgcon of the Tenth Vermont Re
giment, writes : I wish every soldier had a bottle of Plan
tation Bitters. They are tho most effective, perfect and
harmless tonic I ever used."
Galt House, Louisville, Ky., Dec. 21, 1801.
Messrs. P. H. Dhabi: k Co. :
We are compelled to order twelve dozen Plantation
Bitters to supply friends who have no other way of pro
curing this admirable articlo.
B-spectfuUy yours,
SILAS F. MILLER k CO., Proprietors.
Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 21, ?8C1.
* * * The Plantation Bitters have cured mo of
tho worst kind of dyspepsia of near four years standing.
I have recommended thorn to others, and as far as I
know with signal success. I am, Ac.
REV. J. S. CATHORN.
Bubnett House, Cincinnati, Ohio, )
Dec. 30 l?38o. J
M__8ii-. Dhakr & Co.?The Plantation Bitters appear
to be very popular here. Send us twenty cases more, and
obligo, Yours truly,
T. P. SAUNDERS k CO.
ko. Ac. Arc. &o.
Delicate females, requiring a gentle stimulant, and
clergymen, lawyers and students exhausted by mental
abor, will find the Plantation Bitters a 'most beneficial
tonte.
Every bottle has tho fac simile of our slgnaturo on a
?teel plato engraving, or it is not godufno.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and ?Country Stores.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
No. 202 Broadway, N. Y.
A ugust IS tilths 3mo
f?rO?I?? AND SILVER.?TK?^IGHEST PRE
MIUM paid for GOLD and SILVER, at
August 11 No. 359 KING-STREET.
C. D.'AHRENS fc CO.,
FORMERLY l'ROPRIETOKS OF TIE SOUTH CARO
LINA STEAM COFFEE AND ttlOR MILLS,
HAVE RESUMED BUSINESS (V THE SOUTH
WEST CORNER OF KINO A3) MARKETS'IS.,
ri?rniorly Mr. Oreer'a Book Store. Jealen? in FAMILY
UROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, ?V< Also, continue??
to put up OROUNI) COFFEE ami HECES In every vari
ety of iiaekaKcs. A liberal reductioijoiade to the trade.
Ordern respci'.tfully Bolieited ami proilitly attended to.
O. D. AHRENS..{EO. KRIETE.
8epteinbcr 14 lmo
SUGAR, CRUSHED, ?TaNDCT
0AP?COLGATE .V CO.'S I
STARCH?Dtirytt's
CANR.ES?Adamantine
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTE?S.
For sale, by T. TUR'ER k SONS,
Commission Merchants, Bruwfs ?outh Wbarf.
September 12 C
BOURBON WHISKY.
L/r BARRELS CHOICE BOURBO? VHISKY, FOR
O sale by TUADD?DJ HTHEHT,
N?. 74 East Bay.
ALSO, IN HTortF:.
SUGAR, COFFEE. Soup. I laret Wim.Vhlsky in casen,
Cuba Mollisses m bhd*., tierces and barrels, Keroslnc
Oil, kc, Ac. a September Rl
LATEST ABRIT1X.
S
50
RECEIVED PER STEAMSHI? MONEKA,
At 1^6 arid 188 Meeting-st.
r I\\ URLS. BROWN SUDAR
fJ\S M bbls. Powdered White Sugar
fiO bbls. Crushed Sugar
CO bags Coffee
60 boxea Oreen Tea
23 boxes Black Tea
200 boxes Soup
100 boxes Mustard
SB bbls. Alo
?l) boxes Layer Raisins
CO boxes Adamantine Camllca
100 quarter hbls. Mackerel
75 half bbls. Mackerel
40 nuits Cottiigu Furuituro
?l) Bureaus
100 Was?stands. single and doublo
2000 Chain?. Cane und Wood
100 Stools.
ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF
STOVES, WIRE, TIN, HATCHETS, Iron, Lath and
Hor.se Shoe Nails, Horse Shoes
Foolscap and Letter Payer
Envelope.?
Regan*. For sale by
September 19 ARCHIBALD GETTY A- CO,
JUST RECEIVED.'"
"I I\f\ CASES SPARKLING HOCK AND RHINE
1UU WINE
100 ca.?e? CHAMPAGNE CIDER
QUO eases Ale
100 b'o'.-i. Whisky, various brands and prices
10 bbls. Alcohol, U7 per cent.
50 bbls. Ale
M cases Whisky
no ease.. Brandy
23 eas??s .Stotigliton Bitters
CO baskets Hvldsieck i; Co*s. Chamiiajjne, a pure
and genuine article
Brandy, ?in, St. Croix Hum
Sherry Wine, ?ce., kv.,
All of the purest quality and cheap Tor cash, at
?.?IX?. W. CLARK k CO's..
August 21 No. 145 Meetlag-atrtnot
FRESH aO???S"-rULL STOCK.
PACKAGi:s NEW MACKEREL
180 baga Rio and Java ColToa
00 boxe? Caudles
200 whole boxes l'.aisins. Layers
J00 huit'boxes hais ins. Lovers
B0 bores Cooking Soda
100 bo Mes Magic Coffee
CO chests best Teas, elir-ap
200 bb?s. Ungar*, various Uiuda
CO tierces Molasses
58 bbls. Cider Vinegar
BOibbls. Corned Beet'
2."bids. Corned Pork
230 boxes Starch
200 boxes Soap
C00 boxes Herrings
??00 boxes Pickles and Oerktns
200 eases Sauce, nnd Kctsupa
200 bbls. Extra Flour
CO packages Goshen Butter
Hpiees of ail kinils, Ma.-earoni, Citron, Preserved
Ginger, Cooking Extracts, kc, kc
UEO. W. ('LARK A- CO..
August 21 No. 145 Meeting street.
JUST RECEIVED
AND FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
FINE OLD BRANDIES?VINTAGE Ib24
Old Club House Oiu
Old Jamaica Rum
Uld St. t.'roix Rum
Barton ic Guestier's Importations of fine Claret3
Johnson A Son's Importations of Uno Clarets
Stuart A- Co.'s Crushed Sii.'iar
Sugar House Syrups, in barrels
Choice City Cured Hams
Coarse Salt
Duryea's Mazena
Du.-yea's Starch
Brown's Detersive Soap
Brown'M U. S. Soap
Colgate's Family Soap
Coleman's English Mustard.
At>o.
LIME. LATH, CEMENT, PLASTER AND HAIR.
STYLES A- CARTER.
September 4 No. 19 Vamlerhorst's Wharf.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
308.KING-STREET.308
Between Society aud Weutwortli.
j. w. st?Tnmeyer
KEEPS CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED WITH A
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GRO
CEHIEK, AND ALL ARTICLES ESSEN
TIAL TO CONVENIENCE AND COM
.FOltT FOR FAMILY USE.
ALSO.
PORTER, ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
8EGAR:.. A-?;. _ lmo August 10
HEATH & CO.,
No. 260 KING-STREET.
JUST RECEIVED:
SUGAR-CURED PIO HAMS
"SUGAR-CURED PIG 15ACON
PIG SHOULDERS
WINES, BRANDIES
GIN, BOURBON WHISKEY
ST. CROIX RUM
JAMAICA RUM
CORDIALS, SYRUPS.
ALSO,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, &C, &c.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
J. K. HEATH & CO.
August 14 ' lmo
CHEAP- CASH STORE,"
No. 42 MARKET-STREET,
NORTH SIDK, NEAR MKKTING-STItEKT.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY,
Brushes, Buckets, Brooms, Tubs, Diamond Oil for
Koroseno and Union Lamps.
A small lot of SMOKING TOBACCO, and a few KERO
SENE LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS.
August 18 lmo A?STTN k ALBEE.
EEMOVAL.
BARBER SIIOI?.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMO\*ED TO THE
Northwest cornor of WENTWORTH aud KING
STREETS, entrance on Wentwo.th-street, aud will be
happy to serve their frlendB and customers at their NEW
STAND. BROWN ?V AVEILHE,
September 13 3* Barbers and Hair Dressers.
IF WELOONE!
IT IS CHEAPER TO HAVE YOUR SOFAS, CHAIRS
aud LOUNGES repaired than to buy now at present.
Old Furnituro, when properly repaired, will last longer
than tho now which Is now effort??!. If such bo the cuse,
andyou believe It, tho subscriber offers you bis services
in tho abovo line, and Is now ready to make Spring
Mattresses to order, and do all the repairs entrusted to
him In a faithful manner. Furniture repaired and ex
changed: chairs eancd, and aU cleaning and repairing
dono with dispatch, by
THOH. E. DENAUX, No. 233 Mcotlng-stree*.
A fow OE3K9, SHOW CASES, aud other articles, for
8-dO._ _*? _September VJ_
*?- DB. T. -BEENSTJKRNA, HAVING RESUMED
hla Practice of MEDICINE ASD 8UBGEHY, will bo
found at his onic?, No. 100 BROAD-STREET, between
King and Mootinrr-stroets.
N. B.? Diseases o? a 1'riYalo Naturo cured with dis
palcL. August 16 [
REMOVAL.
MANTOUE i: CO. HAVE REMOVED TO THE
lur??.? ami commodious St?ir<\ N<>. :U4 KINO
ITREET. c?rner Society. September It
MANTOUE & CO.,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS,
a BE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE TRADE
ZV. with u full assortment of the RlUuwina CHOICE
-RTICLEH?to all of which they be? to call the atten
ion ??? their old citv and ?-ountry i-tinlomer.?.
All article-? ??.Id at our establishment arc WABBANTED
VS REPRESENTED.
CHOICE WHISKY, in b?rrela and cases
French Brandy, diri'ct from Cnstom-Housca
Port Wine, Sherry, Madeira
Old London Dock Port, very tine
An assortaient of Claret
Ale in COM??, pints und quarts
Porter in cases, pints and quarts
Heldsieck ami Other brand? Champagne
A full assortment of Cordials
Knss' celebrated Bitters, Punch, Wine, &C.
English PU'kles
American Pickle?, till .sizes
Worcestershire Sane?
?I'lub Sa?n-e
Walnut Catsup
Mushroom Catsup
Preserved Ginger
H'apers, Olives
Ultramarin?' Blue and Indigo
French ami German Prunes, Raisins and Citron
a full assortment of Caadles
Chocolate, COCOS, ?fee.
Choice Huvuna Segars
choice ami Common Domestic S??gars
Anderson's Solace Tobacco and other brands.
ALSO,
A general assortment <>t PRINTS, HOSE. HALF
HOSE. BOOTS AND SHOES, ninl n tarde stock of PER
FUMERY.
For sal?? at the iowest prices, by
MANTOUE A CO.,
No. 314 Kinx-strcct, corner of Society.
September It
C
BLACK LEAD,
1RCCIBLES.
WHITE LEAD.
BOILED ?UL.
BOLTS AND NUTS,
ANTI-FRICTION METAL.
SPELTER AND TINMAN'S SOLDE!.,
For sale in lot?? t?> suit purchasers, by
CAIUBnON At IIAUICLEY,
ComniliMdou Merchant*, Usilroad and
Steamboat General Supply Agent*,'
N?>. 112 Ml <"tili-.stre. t.
HIT BEST BLACKSMITH'S COAL FOB SALE LOW,
Septeniber 7 thstu::
RAILWAY SUPPLIES.
npHE UNDERSIGNED. MANUFACTURER OP CAST
L ami SWEDES STEEL E L L I P T 11 : BAI L W A _
sPBlN'us. Hydraulic Jin-ts, Kteain and Hydraulic
Gauges, Water Caim and Low Water Signals, Limborn
ft .iiistice's Patent Bridge Joint Choir Fastening, Shaw's j
1'atent Cork Kailwa}' Springs; ami so:?? importer ?>f
Butcher's Solid Cast Stool Tyre, Cast Steel Hails an?! i
Frogs. Cychip's Cost and spring Steel Files, ,v.-.. and I
Davy Bro. si? :mi H.immers?oilers for sal?? to Railway I
Compaulcsany articles of his moke or those under hi?
control, on ti;.' moot liberal terms.
PHILIP s. JUSTICE,
No. H North ?tli-street, Philadelphia,
No. (-Cliff-street, New York,
Or through his Agents,
CAMERON le UARKLEY, Meeting-street,
September 7 thstmimo Charleston, S. C.
TREDEGAR
IEON WOEKS,
Richmond, "Va.
H
AVINO RESUMED OPERATIONS AT THESE
Works, we are prepare?! to supply all the articles
ofore furnished by us; among them arc the follow
FOR RAILROADS.
Wheels and Axles, separate or fitted
Chilled Tir. s, Chairs ami Spikes
Britta* Bolts ami Bridge Castings
lr..?n Trucks, Engines, Boilers, Nail-, he
MERCHANTS.
Ir?>- of all kinds, Nails, Ax-.
PLANTERS.
Ensinc?? f.ir Saw and Grist Mills
Plantation Iron and Costingsj
Sorghum Mills and PuuH
BUILDERS.
Iron Fronts, anil all Castings for Buildings
Nails, Spikes, Ac.
We have also on hand Hoop Iron, suitable fur Coopers I
ami others; also. Iron Axles, Horse Shoes. Ac., all of
which wc will sell at tin: lowest market rates f?ir such
articles. J. lt. ANDERSON k CO.
CAMERON & BARKLEY,
AGENTS,
No. 142 Meeting-street, Charleston, S. C.
September!) timwf'j
_T0 MILL "OWNERS.
48 AND r,4 INCH CIRCULAR MILL SAWS
I5DU-RUBBER BELTING, from 2 to 14
inches widfi
D?DIA RUBBER (JOINT) PACKING
LACING SKINS, RIVETS AND BURRS.
FOR SALE BY
J. M. EASON,
September S C+ No. 9 EXCHANGE-STREET.
LUMBERT LUMBER! !
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL.
riUTE PINE FLOORING AND CEILING
White Pine Shelving, dressed
White Pine 1 '., and two inch
White Pine Inch Board?, rough
'J-4, 3x4, 3xil, 4x15, etc. Doors, Saillies and Blinds
ALSO,
A ?sorted lot NAILS and I) and " inch SPIKES
All of th?> above Lumber is weU seasoned.
Inquire of w. E. HEEVES.
Foot of Market-stre??t.
September 12 (5*
TO 1-EET THE TIMES!
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RECEIVED AND WILL
sell ??heap, no (hut it will be in everybody's reach to
smoke a good 8EOAB or to buy u good PIPE?
SPANISH CIOARETTOS, llrnt ?nudity
Havana Segar?
Suden Havana
Domestic and Lady Segars.
_PII3_E? ! _PI_P_ES !
MEERSCHAUM. INDIA RUBBER, and aU other sorts,
newest stylt'l anil large assortment
"W
L. LORENZT,
No. 39. KING-STREET, ABOVE GEORGE-ST.
September 1Q ;i*
TO OWNERS OF COTTON.
IN ANSWER TO NUMEROUS INQUIRIES FROM
abroad, we would say that wo aue prepared to take
charge of, put in ordor and Hhlp any lot of COTTON in
the States of Georgia, South Carolina or Alabama, as wo
have local agents at almost every town, and a ?orps of
mont efficient men, selected for integrity, capacity, aud
experience, to take charge of every lot.
We will also pay all taxes mid charges of every descrip
tion, and niako liberal advances on the Cotton. In
short, wo will take ehargo of tho Cotton on receipt- or
orders, and give tho owners no trouble whatever, from
the time wo rocelvo it until sold aud returns uro made
by our hou-eu.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
New York, or
W. C, WATTS k CO.,
Liverpool, England.
Wo Invito tho especial attention of non-residents to
our faculties.
K. m. bruce: & co.
August 30 lmo
Jf. -?OPJ-JOTTinRB,
Deutsche Buch - Handlung,
Wo. 318 if in a ? Gtraflr,
Crine It)ii: obcrbalb Gocietij - Straf?.
Stets t'orvQt-ifl, Eciitidje unb ISiialiiibe Hi.*}). 3eitnn=
aett. ol? journal, Staat<5?,eitiinfl, -riiiiiiKiIjeitintfl, ?a??
tenluul'f, ?erolb, to hue fau?mliiijc iliuflrite .ieitiinau.
?tiibaftijeildicr, ylotlibiid-er, St?rcirmalctialien. ?due*
fcrtafcln, ??llenber, ?icberbltibsr, _uatnb((briften i? aro?
fter?lu??aljl. ?entube ?t?iiiiflbtliber. H S) C S?ibcr,
??lIberbUAer, <5)rimiue"Bl_l>r?btii, Olobiiifon ?rufoe u.f.tu.
(2ii8lifib^_)eut(iiie g?rieffleacr. 2)er ainetibinifcbe ?budat,
Wmerimnifibe ?>oUmet(d?cr, ?Kittet- Ol?uber* unb ?elfter*
?-Jefebkbteti, <J)(<-toara>;vien, SBilfccr u. f, ?. ?twa nice?
viorr-tbt.e ?lUber, wttben auf ?eflelluiia '[?yncll UHb bll=
lia beferat.
t_lt?(bi?ftOIarttn, ?reb? ?nb -WIiAjtli?et?, ?a-farttit ce.
Werben ?u blUiaen ^retfen flefcru?f|.
-fmciflcn f?r ble " barleflon ?Dailb ?le?8" ?erbtn
Uto. 318 Rihflftra?e entaejen nenoininen. unb ?erben mit
SEcutftben Veltern nef??t. nnjetaen, tie am n?dirten
ailoraeii trf?eliien foncn, tnhfien p?o fpiitefteni 6 ilbt
Si<i(b.mtttiia? tinflerettyt ?tTttn.JI
Augu-t ?3 .'
TKll, >
55. )
-. -?!-_S
AUCTION SALES.
Sloop Boat.
BY HcKAY ?,<" CAMPBEI.b.
fHIS DAY, Util Imitant, will be sold on Houth Atlaut'o
Wharf, nar <?f Hi. E?>?_to01i*C, at 10<-; o'clock.
. SLOOP BOAT, with t?r sails and Apparel, as ?lio
ays alongside ?aid whan. Han a good cabin, and is well
ulapt.'d ti.r a tlsliiiiK or traJiug b?;at.
Conditions eanli. September 14
Or*ft Horse "
H Y .?AMlis I.. OANTT.
nilS DAY. at half-pa.-t 19 ..VIo.-l?. ?t ! > Salesroom. No.
11 IlaviU'-stri'ei.
A SORREL HORSE OK KINE SIZE, ONE OF A PAIIC
if contly Carriage Rompa, very gen..?\ and perfectly rc
Jable us a Family Horse. '
Conditions rush. September 14
LAltCS. ?"ALE OF GOVEKMHEMT CARS,
ENGINES AND ItAILROAD IRON.
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAILROADS,
Oil nr. or AaMsTA?T yUAIlTEIlMASTKI
Washington. I?. C. August II. 1865.
Will be sold, at CITY PoI.NT. VA., on WEDNESDAY.
October 11, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
ABOUT FOUR THOUSAND (.000) TONS RAILROA_>
IRON.
M PORTSMOUTH, V.\., OR FRIDAY, ?ctobcr 13, at
12 M.,
FIVE (.*>! FIBST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES
About l'iftv C'O) Freight Cat* ami un? (l) Passenger Car.
At NORFOLK, VA., Ui tob.-r i:t. at I P. M.,
02?E NEW LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE, *> toot guace. *
At ALEXANDRIA, VA., on TUESDAY. October 17.
PIETY (30) FIRST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, 4
fir? hi, inch miago
Eighteen (18) new Platform Cars, five foot guagc
Twenty-five (25) new Bo* Cars. Hre (">) foot guago
About'three hundred ami flfty (.130) Box Cars, 4 feet 8)?
inch image
Almut two hundred and thirty (2?0; Platform do., 4 feet
H'; Inch gtiage
About thirty (:?ii) Stock do., 4 feet S?, inch guago
Twenty r.'ii Pasfienger ?l?., . feet s: - inch guago
One 111 Wrecking do., 4 I'eet s?. inch guago
Two |3j in-w Trucks
Sixty ?a? new Trucks, frain?d
Fourteen (14) flats, framed
About two thousand (IMWUl tuns Railroad Iron.
Sales tuconnu? lier at ALEXANDRIA, at 10 A. M., and
to cuiitiniic I'riuii ?lay to iby until all are sold.
Tunis cash, in Cuv? rinm.it funds.
H. L. ROBINSON,
l'.r.v. Col, and A. i?. M.. U. S. Military Railroads.
August 2i aa
LAUGE SALE OF GOVERNMENT H AIL
ROAD ENGINES AND CARS.
UNlTi:i) STATES MILITARY RAILROADS, )
Offick <>r Ahumtaiit Qu.MtTxnatAKrEB. f
Washington, I?. ?'.. August il, i_.r>. )
Will be sold at MANC?ESTEH, o_?m?.t<! Richmond, Va.,
on TUESDAY. October?,
twf.nty-fivj: (I?) NEW FIRST-CLASS LOCOMOTIVE
EN??INES. li\e (.'>* ? ??.I ?muge. Are '.') foot drivers,
cylinders 10x24 inches, capacity of tank 1?I0O gallons
Five "(5) lirst-rhi.-s Locomntlv? *. 4 tV??t 8.'? inch gunge
Two hiuub-ed and sixty-live (StlS) new Box Freight Cars,
live loot gtuige
Fifteen iia) new Platform Ctrt?, five fo<>t .aiago
Ten in?) Freight Cans 4 feet H '_ inch guage.
Tin- sale to continue from ilny to ?iay until all arc sold.
Si.le t?> commence at lu o'clock.
Tenus cash, in Government fonda.
H. L. ROBINSON,
Angus! 24 21 Grcv. CoL and A. Q. M.
STATIC X IS 3 jA N?)
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE No.?. 5 and 7 .. OHN-STREET, N. Y.
, | No. 71?" Hriiatlivny, N. Y.,
BRANCH OFFICE?i * _?"_ ^?"oii-stirrt,
? UrooUlvii, ami
I No. 17 A*. BlgtaUl-ct., Phil.
rpilt?" ESTABLISHMENT. SO LONG KNOWN TO TUE
JL cnontiy, contlmtt.ni t? DYE AND CLEAN ALL
KINDS o?" DRKss lii'iips. either in th<? piece or i:i car
mene--, I.adii ? Dresses. Shawls, &c, of silk. Satin, Vel
vet, Merino, and other labrics, .1. ailed carefully without
being ripped. Also, Gentlemen's coats, Overcoats,
Pants. V.sts, fcc. Kid Olurcs cl.un.d <.r dyed Black.
Goods forwarded by Express carefully attended to, and
n.'tnrlied by Express if nsinlnil.
September 14 lino BARRETT, NEPHEWS k CO. _
S C H E X t'K 'S M A CHINER Y Dl 1* 0 T,
JACOB 11. SlHEXCK, Agent,
XO. 70 MAIDEN LANE, NEty YORK.
\\**iiODWliRlll PLANING. TONOUING AND GI'.OV
M 1NG MACHINES; Sach and Blind Machinery;
Portable and Stationary steam Engines and Boilers;
Page'? Circular Saw Mills of the mut approved con?
striiciii.ii, ?.? all sizes and all kinds of Machinery lor
working wood and iron. Ahn a superior quality of
LEATHER BELTING, i'lBBEE BELTING, PACKING.
Ac. w.
Urden respectfully solicited, which will reeeivo
prompt attention. 2m.> September! 4
AUCTION NOTICE.
BACK TO VENDUE RANGE,
No. 14.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO RETnRN
his ?luniks to his friends and natrons, and to inform,
them that he has removed his
AUCTION ROOM
from No. 412 King-street, to his original stand.
No. 11 VENDUE RANGE, UNDER COLLONADE ROW.
and is now ready to receive all eonsignmeuts, having
large rooms and pavcineut to exhibit Goods; an?l hopes,
by attention to business, to meet the support of his
Mends.
Sale days?TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS.
?S-UFT-DOOR SALES ATTENDED TO.
S_.pt. tuber 1 2 tuthsmwo JOS. A. THOURON.
REMOVAL.
MII.LIf.AN & SON HEG TO INFORM THEIR
trie mis and patrons that the v have removctl their
Sales Room, for the present, to SECOND STORY Ol?
ODD FELLOWS HALL, corner Kinn and Liberty-street..
(outrance first ?loor north side Liberty-street), whero
they will be happy to see them. Thankful for past fa
vors, they hopo by strict attention to business to meet
ths ?iipport of their Meada. tull?s September 0
NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVINO RETURNED TO THE
City, will contract for all kinds <?f IIOUSE-ULILD
ING AND REPAIRING. W. H. GRUVI-R.
No. 11. Wcntworth-s'recr,
Or at Dawsox i BlackI-an's, No. 17 Broad-street.
September 7 thstll
SOUTHERN
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
i DVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED ON THE MOST
A. reasonable ternis for the LEADING NEWSPAPERS
in the South. Specimeu copies can be se?;n by applying:
to HORACE P. RUGO, ;
P. 0. Box 211. No. 108 Market-street.
Advertisers will do well to caU. September 12
S.G.rC?URTEN?Yr
BOOK AND STATIONERY DEPOT?
No. 9
BROAD-STREET,
AugtlHt H < 11 IK I.KSTON, 8. C.
' TO THE
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
AND
FANCY GOODS DEALERS
OF THE
SOUTH.
JAMES O'KANE,
Bookseller, Stationer and Manufacturer
OF
POCKET DIARIES,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISITE;
Begs respectfully to .ay that ho is hUU located at hla
old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-street, New York,
where- bo continues to supply the Jobbing and Retail
IVado with all articles In tho BOOK AND STATIONERY",
LINE, on the most lilu-ral terms.
Books, Stationery, Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Cap, Htl!,
ond Bath Papers, Photograph Albums, Carte do Visit*
for Albums, Blank Books, Inka, Mucilage, Envelopes,
&c, Ac, Ac, in great variety and cheap.
A superior Bne of POCKET DIARIES FOR 1BC0.
Catalogues gout on application. ^"""?o^^^
Orders promptly tUleu. Addrcaa ^***?
JAMES O'KANE,
NO. 130 Na?s-au-street^
NEW VORK.
August It

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