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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
Q. R. CATHCART Bono?.
ciTiicART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY-TH'.t KE MONTHB.M.BA>
KNOLE COPIES.B cent?
XO NEWS DEALERS.B cant?
LA RU K ST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGKST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
?rTHE LIST OF LiKTTEKS re
xxxainina in the FoBtoffioe at trio end
of eaoh week is published oflfioiully
In THE DAILY NKW8 every ITri
The Boston Pott says that 30,000,000 pounds of
tea aro annually consumed within tho TJuitcd
Tho city authorities of Mobile have rejected tho
petition of Mina AUOUSTA EVANS for permission to
erect a monument to the Confederate dead in
Another bauk is broken -thc bank of tho Erie
Ganai, near Little Falls. A check on navigation
was, however, duly honored after tho break waa
General T. C. HlXDUAM writes a long letter to
tho New York News from Orizaba, Moxico, indig
nantly replying to FOOTE'S charges in tho latter's
history of tho Rebellion.
Rowdyism is still prevailing to an alarming ex
tent amoug tho freedmen iu Richmond. Wo never
open a paper from that city in which we do not
Bee whole columns of accouuts of crimos of every
character committed by this class.
The Duke of Nassau has just removed his
diamonds and other articles of value to Vienna.
Tho property conveyed there is estimated nt a
value of two millions of florins (4,500,000 francs),
and is deposited in tho custom houses.
Tho Marquis of Lansdowne (HENRY PETTY),
who died on tho 5th inst., aged eighty-six years
and three days, was one of tho most notod Whig
politicians of England, and in past years tho
friend of SYDNEY issi ITU, JEFFREY, and other liberal
A Galveston letter of the 14th mentions tho
return to that city, from the interior, of Messrs.
STEADMAN and FULLERTON, and says that they ex
presa themselves well satisfied with tho manage
ment of tho Freedmen's Bureau in Texas, though
some of the subordinates are not up to the stand
ard they have fixed.
The cash receipt of the fofl* preB8 of p?tt8.
"burg, for the fiscal year ending Juno 80, 18GC,
were aa follows : Commercial, $56,012; Dispatch,
$53,237; Chronicle, $53,713; Gazette, $38,876. The
receipts of the fiscal year erding June 30, 18G5,
were as follows: Clironicle, $39,331; Commercial,
$27,524; Dispatch, $24,941; Gazette, $24,307; Post,
$13,974; Freedom's Friend, $0,561.
The Chicago Academy of Science has been in
vestigating the trichina: of tho West. Its commit
tee has applied the microscope to the muscles of
1394 hogs, and found trichina: in 28 of them. In
Europe tho proportion has been one to 10,000; but
they find the fatal animal in one ont of 50 swine.
Three of the 28 specimens furnished 15,000,
16,000 and 18,000 worms to the cubio inch.
Of the losses by tho recent terrible fire in Port
land, the Press of that city says that the first
estimates were too low. It now states that one
thousand eight hundred houses were destroyed,
and three thousand families, embracing at least
twelve thousand persons, rendered homeless,
whilst the value of the property destroyed may
reach fifteen million of dollars. The amount of
insurance thus tar ascertained is five million of
dollars. The collections for the benefit of the
Portland sufferers have been general.
The correspondent of the Richmond Examiner,
writing from Niagara Falls, says : "Apropos des
Exiles, we had the other day onr first marriage
in exile life. Captain BENNETT YOUNO, of Ken
tucky, was united to the daughter of Dr. STUART
ROBINSON. The ceremony took place at Niagara
Town, and was attended by all the Southern
celebrities in Canada. Tho happy pair started
for Europe, and it is presumed that the gallant
Captain's exile will henceforth be loss gloomy."
There is a falling off in the internal revenue
receipts of New Bedford and vicinity this year of
$59,288, of which $49,719 is in the south part of
New Bedford. Remarking upon the decline, the
New Bedford Standard says : "The prinoipal cause
of this dim i nu t ion is tho failing off of incomes from
the ravages of the pirate Shenandoah, and the
consequent large amounts paid by shipowners
for insurance. Some of the heaviest houses in
this city paid for insurance from twenty to tliii ty
thousand dollars each in one day."
The Baleigb Progress describes a fight between
two military gentlemen .In that city. It appears
Vail Capt,'**11 Pabkeb? tQe Chief of Police, in the
aischargo of bi" offlcU1 duties, was in the aot of
rwrrwtl v a disturb*?.' of th? P?? ce? when MaJ?r w
F. COLL?, j" terposed, and ont oi' ?OM a difficulty
.Prang np beta '">n the Major *nd ?*pUin P" re*
.uRing in th0 wounding ot the laster in two
Phtces by a knffo and the fracture of .?tn arm of
tho former. The ."0Qnda ?nd the parti>" W6re
"bound over "
Air if o " ^ot?, hada difficulty
last flntn'^' AJOt0NIT' ?'4L -*? woman and
.'T* *Joaib of , J ?>e<. ?nt
^intohi.bM M^?r5> ?
*">.??. ??fe? ?f. L"! Mrpo?. "Ai??
f**? Th, ,' *.to-U?t ??".-/?iv., !,",
.?at or ??2*; Sfi* O?.<?IT. /??a ?,a
o' ?o, m
act, that it was with the utmost difficulty they
were prevented from visiting summary vongeance
upon tho boy thon and there. As tho circum
stances became moro generally known on the
streets the excitement increased, and squads of
mon wi re hurrying to and fro in search of tho
murdoror and his mother. We aro not apprised,
as wo go to press, if tho police succeeded in
shielding them from lynch law."
tar All communication* intended for publication m
thit journal mutt be addressed to the Editor oj
the Baily New*, No. 18 Hayne-etreet, Charleston
8. (J. Business Communications to Publisher oj
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1*66.
CHARLESTON-PRESENT ANB FUTURE.
We baye discoursed on polities in this col
umn, long and ofteu ; we have frequently
passed ia review the great obanges in social
life produced hy the war; we have not neg
lected the different aspects of the German
war question :-but there ia a topio of moro
immediate importance to the great majority
of our readers, which we have perhaps not
as often advorted to aa bocomes our duty ; and
wo have been thus derelict tor tho reason
given on a previous occasion, viz : that it ia
au unpleasant and a thankless task to tell
homo truths to your friends and associates,
to the people you meet ove ry day in the
counting room, nt tho bauk, or in tho street.
But tho duty is upon us, and we dare not
Should tho ooming generation happen to
take sufficient interest in tho events which
are now occurring in our oity, to look for an
adequate reason for the apparent torpor of
our commercial er. m mu .ky, it seems to ua
they will find abundant cause for animadver
Charleston,it will be said, suffered severely
from tho visitation of a terrible conflagration
and from a siege of several years, conducted
with a malignant enorgy that had no paral
lel in tho history uf the lato war. All this
is moat true. Yet Charleston is not the only
city that has been laid waste. Was not At
lanta burned, and Richmond, and Columbus,
Selma and Montgo.nory ? And are not all
these cities already rebuilt, and in a stylo far
superior to their former selves? How is it
here? When, slowly and tediously, after
many months a corner shop is put up, it cre
ates a great sensation in tho community, aid
our "Looal" goes into ecstaoies at the "march
of improvement," "signs of reconstruction,"
In other Southern cities are seen tho evi
dences of united effort on the part of tho
buainesB portion of their citizens, to retrieve
the heavy losses of the past five years. Wil
mington, by an intelligent statement of ber
advantagea as regards looation and the con
sequent facility of reaching i ortain sections
of country by her railroads, goes to Now
York, without capital it is true, but still not
as a supplicant. Map in hand, she says:
"Here are facilities by rail and boat, by
which I caa reach at cheap rates such an ex
tent of country. I can do this, if you will
send your steamers to this port. Your ships
shall have preference uf return freights ; only
trade with us." The result is bills of lading
are signed in New York for points on the
W?.toreo and Congaree in South Carolina,
Our own little Georgetown aspires to con
trol the trade of the Pee Dee country, and
speaks of having depended long enough on
the faulty and expensive arrangements of
Savannah, one hundred milos south of us,is
all life and activity. Three or four steam
ships a week arrive from New York alone.
Passengers go from New York via Savannah
to Macon and Atlanta for less thau is de
manded to take them to Charleston in inferior
hhips. Savannah merchants pay ten couts por
cubic foot freight from New York, while
Charleston merchants have to pay twenty
Is it strange, theo, that our young men are
idle, that our wharves wear a deserted look,
that we are ac tua' ly retrograding ?
Charl eaton has advantages, and not a few,
but tbere appears no one to develop them.
Ia freightage, Wilmington and Savannah
cannot compete with her, for Charleston is on
the ocean, and, in comparison with Savannah
and Wilmington, large ships can come to her
dooks. Propeller ships, of twelve feet draft
will cost as much to make a voyage as those
of sixteen feet; and the latter olass of ships
will carry more than double the quantity of
merchandize,-a most conspicuous advantage,
whioh in itself could be made a powerful
lever. Yet Wilmington is oompeting with
Charleston in her ooean carriage And why ?
Because every railroad radiating from Wil
mington is in sympathy with that ci y. They
make common oause, and, as a natural oon
ur.rmor.co, they get the business.
* * t*f Wo are so eminently
'^e phrase of the
*r?t at the
; ? ? p-??1 S 4-*
readers ra?? .u; . Uo^ev?r I
many a complaint against these several com
panies find corporations, brought to our notice
by aggrieved parties; but when we consider
how muoh of tho future prosperity of this city
is indissolubly connected with a liberal rail
road and Bteamabip policy, and that we find
abroad in the community an almost universal
reeling in opposition to what seems, on the
surface, a dogged obstructiveness to all im
provement on the part of the railroads,
then, we Bay, it becomes our duty to endeavor
to rouse the community from its apathy.
IB there not some common ground upon
which Charleston interests can harmonize?
Have wo no organized representation of our
business community 1 Is tho Cham >er of
Commerce the mouthpiece of the oommeroo
of Charleston ? Dues tho Board of Trade
combine the jobbing interests? Cannot both
together, by prompt and unitod notion, do
something for poor old Charleston ?
A cnange is needed somewhere. Where is
it to begin? Who will take the initiative?
Our people must be roused from the sleep of
ages. We have been endeavoring to con
tribute our humble quota toward such a
denouement, but we need tho earnest and ac
tive co-operation of evrry public-spirited
mnn in our community. Have wo any mer
chant" hero who are alive to the wants of the
times? If BO, let them come forward, and
show to tho world that there is life in the
old land yot; that the old Falnietto tree is
putting forth vigorous shoots,-and provo
furthermore that we are not altogether com
posed uf old fogies.
Thoro have been ages of gold, silver and
iron-ours is the ago of steel. There have
been ages of lawless violence and cruelty
this is the age of swindling. The country
swarms with thieves. Some seize your watch
from your person-take your silver from
your house, or your cotton from your barn
by force, or by some adroit order. But
Nassau-street, New York, is par excellence
tho place for a confidence game, which is
most cunningly put to us, in the shape of a
oircular, with three tickets enclosed-war
rants to be good for a "double cased watch
worth $65," "gent's fine gold vest chain $40,"
"sewing machine $80," if we only send on
a trifling amount in oash, &c. It is aggra
vating to think that our watch and chain
was grnbbrd in Columbia moro than a year
ago-that our sewing machino, not having
the Salamander properties of HERRING'S
safes, "went up" in the same city about the
same time, and that we suffer daily from
these losses, but it is no redress to be in
formed that if we will only help to swindle
our friends out of as much more, that we
have a chanco to get back our own. So we
light our pipe with the "confidential" com
munication, keep the tickets for a similar
purpose, and would burn the letter T, or'
the old lloma n FUKon the cheek of each
of these rascal--, that by these presents all
men might know them.
WANTED, Br A RK8PKCTABI.E WHITE
WOMAN, a situation as WET NURSE. For fur
ther particulars apnly at No. 0 VERNON-STREET.
July 30 1
WA S T IC D , A CAPABLE COOK-ON K
who can come well rec tmmended and under
stands her business. Apply at H ABEL-STREET, third
door below Ausou-street. July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LAUV, A SI rUA
TION aa TEAOUER, either tn the city or coun
try. For further particulars, Inquire at thia office.
WANTED TO HIRE, A SMALL HOUSE,
containing 4 rooma. Address A. B., Courier
Office, staUng rent, location, kc. July 10
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MIN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has ioma knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been In tbat business on his own account. He will
study the tntereat of his employer, and is willina to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflce, or apply at this office. June ll
FOR. SALK .-A No. 1 FAMILY HORSE,
warranted sound aud gentle. Apply
?. W. COU. QUEEN AND STATE ST8.
FOR SALE, AN IMPROVED SILVER
PLAT h D SODA WATER APPARATUS, with Foun
tains and Gas Generator complete. Apply at this office.
HOUSE AND LOT ?OR SALE IV THE
town or Aiken. 8. C. ; Lot frouting 160 lent
on Newberry street, and running back 200 feet, adjoin
lug lot of Henry Weasels, Esq On tbe premises are a
t io-story trame House, containing seven rooms,
double piazza in fron', kitchen, stab'e, and all neces
sary outbuildings, new and in good order; a fl e well
uf water loO feet deep, large garden, with grape vines,
petob and plum trees, Ac, no.
For particular?, terms, ac, inquire of
WILT IAMB A ''OVERT, 'bur le st on, 8. O ,
Or by mall, to JAB. FER ROIS, Aiken, 8. O.
LOST, STOLEN, tte.
COW I OST.-MTRAYKI?, PROM SOUTH.
E \8T corner cf Lambell and Legare street, a RED
COW, with white back and looped horus Any infor
mation respecting her will be thankfully received.
July 80_I*_PATRICK LEDDY.
NOTICE.-LOST OR MISLAID, FOUR
BONDS of the South Carolina Bailroad Company,
dated 1st October, 18*3, numbered ISO, 100, 101, 102;
each for $600; payable ten y ars after date.
All persons are cautioned against pnrchastrg or
trading for tbe said Bonds, ss aa appllosUon will be
made to the Company tor a renewal ol the same.
July 18 Wfmfl AUGUS1 UP FLUB.
TO RENT, &o.
TO RIO XT, THAT MOST DESIRABLE
RESIDENCE on Rutledge Avenue, opposite Dough,
ty'at o.t. Apply to FINOKNEY BROS..
Jul;. 20 fmw_North Atlantio Wharf.
nrtO HEAT VERY LOW, FOR TWO
nv nth? from Asgnst 1st, a neat COTTAGE, four
4 kitchen. in tou th west portion of tba city ;
'.ed if required, Apply at this offlou.
MAGNETIC IKON Clim PAN V OK SOUTH
THS SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHARE
HOLDERS lu this Company wi) be held on Mon
day, the 6th of Augiut prox . st 5 o'clock V. M , a tho
offlceof WILLIAM B HRiIOl'wOo.. ho 37 Broad
street, wheo a statement of the affairs of tho Company
will be laid beforo tho meeting.
By ord-T of the President.
July 16 10, 23, 30, ac
THE UNDBR8IONED HAVING THl.-? DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tho styler* SHEPHERD,
DOO A COHEN, for manufacturing UN WARE of all
descriptions." They will also dealt n stoves, Grates an I
Hou.e Furnishing O ooda, at No. 422 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANOIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1866. McDUFF COHEN.
July 17 Imo*
COPAKTNBtiMIUP N OTIC K.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO KO HE EXISTING
under tho name and style of A08TIN A ALBEE
has thia day dissolved, according to ai tides of agree
ment. (8igned.) EA KL hu AUSTIN.
CH A KI.IH H. ALBEE.
THE I'NDhlHSlO' KD
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND OLA8S BUt*INEsH. Mr UEOKOE W. WAR
REN. The business will uo'catter be conducted in the
name ot ALBEE A WARREN, No. i> MARKE r
STREKr. OHARLE8 H. ALuEE.
DISSOLU I ION.
TUE FIRM OF HUGER AND HA8ELL 18 THIS DAV
dissolved by mutual cousent.
Tho business will hereafter be conducted by C. K.
HUGER, who is authorized to settle tho affairs of U10
lulu Pi rm.
0. K. HUGER, 1 _ ,_,
BENTLEY D. H ABELL, J ?pncral Partnera.
M. K. JESUP & CO., Special i'Artncrs.
July 17_ 10
MIDWAY SCHOOL,. COA KLOTTES VlbLK,
WILDON 0. N. CARR. . ) Asaoria'o
JAMES M. GARNE IT, M. A.. (Ui.iv. Vs., j Primtpals.
rpHb SECOND SESSION OF THU SCHOOL WILL
A begin on th? lat Monday iii september, and will
end June 30th, 1867. Tho Course ol Stu ly is designed
to preparo boys for tho University of Vi-ginia, or any
other Ci llego or for tlio practtcd business of lifo ;
anecia! attention ls given to lustructiun in English
Studies and Bookkeep! g.
Torms: For Uoard and Tuition for naif Beaton $151,
pa? obie In advance. Washing and Fnel luruistud at
actual cost. Each pupil will bring bis own towels.
For circulars and Luther particulars, address
WILSON C. N CA UR.
JAMES M. GARNETT. M. A..
Junction, Hanover Co., Va.
July 25 wfm3*
BOA lt I)i\ ii -'I'tVo OU 'lilitKK GENTLE
MEN, or a Lady and G-nt eiuan, can be accom
modated with BOARD, by applying at No. 12 WENT
WORTH STREET, three doors below Anson. July 24
BOUGHT BY P. H. EEOLEB,
July 27 fmw3 No 10 Broad-street.
I 8HARE8 HOME LOAN AND BUILDING A8
L\J BOGIA HON STOCK.
Apply at this office. July 13
HRS. RAOUL & LYNAM
HAVE/RECENTLY RErEIWD A LARGE STOCK OF
DHUO8. SOAP. PERFUMERY 4ND PKOPKIE
TART AND FANCY AlvTIOLrH, wbich they offer at
Wholesale and Retail. They would call special atten
tion to the following :
Flax Seed (ground)
Pu Iv. Liquorice
Medicine Cheats (Plantat'n)
Medicine Chests (ship nae)
I annie Acid
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWO TH?RTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWEN
TY-FIVE loog, very little naed. Will be aold low,
if applied for lmmedlatelv, at
WILLIAM 1. HFNEREY'S,
July 0 mwf No. 314 Meeting-street.
MCCARTHY COTTON GINS.
THE 8UBSORIBER IS NO * MANUFACTURING
theBo GINS, and ia prepared to fill orders for the
coming crop. WILLIAM 8. HENESSY,
July 9 mwflmo No. 814 Meeting-street.
DR. M. GREENLAND
HAVING TAKEN THE DRUG STORE, NO. 45 CAL
HOUN BTREET, corner of Mlddie. and having
pruoared a fresh supply of DRUGS, . EDICIN?, PER
FUMERY and DYE 8TUFF8, respectfully offer? the
same to his friends and the community, and hopea by
strict attention lo meet their patronage.
Physicians prescriptions promptly und carefully com
pounded, mwfll July 9
PEBEOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT ANY
WILLIAM fi. Will LD EN & CO.,
Jone 15 fmw2mos No. 255 KING-STREET.
. FOB SALE BY
WILLIAM 6. WIIILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING-STREET.
WATCHES AND JEWELRV REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
Jnne IB fmw2moa
FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILf IA M G. WHILDEIf & co.,
No. 255 KINO AND No. ll HAYNE-STREBT.
Jnne 16 fmw2moa
CUE LEATHER AND WAI
BONE AND IVORY OOUNTEBS
BILLIARD HALLS, GOBS, Aa
WILLIAM G. WAUDEN & CO.,
Jnne 16 fmw?moi Na 265 KING-STREBT.
PLATED AND BTLVEB 8POONP
FORKS. CASTORS TEA TRAYS
DISH COVERS, TABLE MATS
TABLE OUTUERY and
For ?ale by WILLO W- WARE.
WILLIAM G. WB1LDRN 4 CO.,
Jone 16 fmwtmoa No. Mi KING-STREET.
GENERA I. TAX OFFICE.
CITY. PANK. Jnly 23d. 1866
-?"IA! NOTICE.-THE BOOKS OF THIS Or FICE WILL
' a dosed on the lat day of August
FLEET WO D L ANNE AU,
T. C. BU PhUip'a and Bi. Michael's.
BALL ! BALL! BALL !
MT. PLEASANT HOUSE.
TO BE OIVKN THIS DAY, JOLY 30TH. COM
MKNCI.NO at 10 o'clo.k P. M. MULLER'S I1AND
h N( i AGED. ADMITTANCE, $1. btoanier leaves Market
Wharf at 1 and 3 P. M. J. F. ME if EH at CO.
July 80 1*
HO! FOR TUB ISSI
I7M8HING TACKLE. A LATtOE ASSORTMENT,
auch as Keino Twine, Not Yaru. sh. Imp and
Mullet Nets, Band and Eoot Linea. Knitting Thread,
thimbles, Swivels, urn**, Huir. Kiln ?nd Cotton Fish
Linea complete; Limerick, UU?KU rtowo, Kirby, Sheep
Head Whitlu*, Puss und Shark HOOKK; bloats, Spoon
bobs, Spinnern, Heels ami Hmm. Also, a complete stock
of Housekeeping a? d UinMorV Hardware, Plantation
Toola, Reap Hookx and Straw ..nt'ors. Atc., Ac, Ac.
Agent lor National Lev livers and BroFch-Loadlng
Piatols, at factory prices, at wholesale and retail.
SAM'L K. M ?lt HALL,
. , No ;no Klug street,
J?'y 30_2_Third door below Society.
ITU Fl Y CENT FRACTIONAL C RRENCY, WITB
; tho Vignette of a Early upon them, uro taken at
par at KINSMAN'S KALOON, in exchange for ICE
CREAM, CAKES, FRENCH CONFECTIONERY, Ac.
No. 279 KING-STREET.
N. B-NO MOTILA i EM OR C >UMTEBF?IT CUR
RENCY ?ill he taken ut ?my price 2 July 2?
ICE CREAM !
TUE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
Iii? for m- r customers, ?ml the public generally,
that he ha-" roopone<l, for the ?canon, h's SALOON, No.
8ft CALHOUN-8 i BEET, Opposite Elisabeth, wlioro ho
will be happy to aerv? them. Having attentive attend?
ants, hlH . floris will bc to please. The quality'Ol his
Cream N too we I known for rommel t
Families supplied as usual in (ju lUtltlea to ault, at all
PIC NICS, MAROONS. Ac. supplied at tho shortest
In all case?, Cr am, quality a'.il quantity, warrauied.
No chargo if the < renn; iiou't pi - v. HS recommendsd.
July 2H_2* HENRY I.A ROOMS.
" DURHAM "
TBE FIRST OF THE GENUINE ARTICLE EVER
offered In Charleston. Smokers are invited to
call and samp'e ihm supero Tob teco, EUER or CHAOOE,
at FE:1RENB ?CH'S. No S Uroad-streot. TOQNI'S,
Meeting-str. ot, and at ' LA CRIuLLA, "King-sir.et. It
may be had at wholesale at the atore of J. A. QUACK
ENBUSH, Ko. 120 Ka-t B?y.
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
July 26 6* -SOLE AGENTS IN CHARLESTON.
Q/-\/~V OASE' IMPORTED CLARETS OF FAVOR
OVJV/ ITE brands, for sale at Now York prices.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO..
Mo. 259 KIN G-STREET,
July 23 mwf OPPOSITE HABEL.
w. s. C.
CLUB HOUSE GIN.
PURE, SOFT AND UNEQUALLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & C0.r
No. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTER8 IN THE UNITED STATES^
This Brand Established at Rotterdam,.
Holland, in 1785.
THE EXTENT TO WHICH VARIOUS BRANDS OiT
SPURIOUS OINS are sold in this country makes it the
bounden duty of the publio to IN VES 1IGATE THE
MERITS OF THE STIMULANTS OFFERED FOB
SALS, and wo beg leave to state that the CLUB HOUSE
OIN is the same as ORIGINALLY INTRODUCED into
this market under that name TWELVE YEARS SINCE
by the proprietors, BLANKEN HEY M ft 00., ROTTER
DAM, HOLLAND, whom we have tho honor to repre
sent; and we are fully prepared to supply the TRADE
on the most favored terms with an article without its
equal in the market, being the PURE ARTICLE in lt?
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION AND FL WOE, snob
as sold by the FIRST-OLASS DEALERS In Holland..
England, and all over tho world.
No further proof ls wanted of Us SUPERIORITY than
to know that lt is recommended for its purity by
MEDICAL MEN OF THE HIGHEST STANDING, who
acknowledge that the CLUB HOUSE OIN possesses
more MEDICINAL PROPERTIES than any Oin placed
before- tho public; and, therefore, particularly recom
mend lt as an article that only requires to be known and'
tested to be appreciated..
Wm. 8. CORWIX & CO.,
NO. 259 KING-STREET,
Joly 28 mwf OPPOSITE HABEL.
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES &fORT?R
WEST I8TST BETW^7&8AVES NEY, YORK.
MO. W. OLAKK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?1 AV IN G TAKEN THE SOLE A GUNOY OF THY
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TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in barrels And halt barrels.