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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 April 1866

N. York Advertisements. B. H. OBER, New ?orfc. B. P. OBER, JOSEPH 8. NANSON, St Louis. A. G. OBER, r. D. ATWATEB, New-Orleans. OBER, NANSON & CO., Commission Merchants. 5a 58 BRO AD-STREET, NEW YORK. Nureox. OBER ft Co., St. Louis ODES, ATWATKB ft Co., Noir Orleans. T XBBRAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN I j MENT8 OF COTTON to our bocees either tn New fort, flew Orleans, or St Louis, or < our triends tr Knrope. ?ta tb ITT_'KttnUertf A. J. LEKCHE. BtASXnrAOTUSSB AND DEALS B IS Ali ElatOS OT Traveling Bags, Ladle?' French SSVtC??:? etc., etc., No. 66 CORTLANDT-8TREET * .vg iv ro&K. f JW ALL O BD EES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO/ Qc tobt,- _*titb<?> ' TECOS. :R- ^GaSTE^W, M POETES Aim D?ALES jfL^*f Pine Urocerles. Choice Te au.' etc., etc.. No*. 360 A 282 GREENWICH*!.. COB. Ot MUBJUL2 NEW YORE! f Ncr* 31 ber \ thstmUuo GASTEN & STOvfaLL. DEALERS nsr \* BOOTS ANO S??0/ES. HOS. 23 MURKAY AMD 37 WARBEN STUF.HT8. N. V ROBERT GASTEN, .1 8. A HTOWBLL, lette of Gesten. Dickson ft...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 April 1866

PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS' C'OLTTMIT. SOUTHERN IMPORTING AST) M ANUF A CT UKIN G DRUG HOUSE, No. 238 King-street. PRUT & WILSON BROTHERS, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, No. 238 KING-STREET, FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKET-8T. Charleston. S. C. aw. WILSON. f P. B. WILSON.. [Graduate Os* {? Phlla. Oou>ge I of Pharmacy. A Chemist to lato G8.0rd.Dip't Tie Proprietops are Native Georgians. K. A. PRATT, Chemist t J laue OL 8. Mitre and Mining Bu? reau. DRUGS. No. 238 KING-ST. CHEMICALS. No. 238 King-st , PATENT MEDICINES, No. 238 King-street. 1 H EG EM Mi'S COD LIVER OIL. HEGEMAN*S ELIXIR OF BABE, HEGEMAN'B FESRATED ELIXIR, HEGEMAN'B DIABRHOA REMEDY, EEG EM AN'8 LOZENGES AND D ASTILES, No. 238 King-street. HOSTETTEB'S BIT IKES, HOSTETTK1V8 BITTERS. Ko. 238 King-street. DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS, No. 238 King-street. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. HOOFLAND'B GERMAN BITTERS, No. 238 King-street. HELMBOLD *S BUCHU, HELMBOLD'S BUOBU, | No. 238 King-...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 10 April 1866

PERUVIAN GUANO, TO ARRIVE PER SC HR. S. N. SMITH. ?fre TOSS GENUINE PEED VI AN GUANO, TO AB I O BITE per schooner 8. N. Smith, and expected in ?a few days. For sale by HENRY OOBIA & CO., April 10 _No. 2C Vcndne Bange. PERUVIAN GUANO. TO ARRIVE. fr tr\ TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, TO ARRIVE. FOB .OV/ sale by HENBY COBIA A CO., April 6_4_No. 26 Vendue Range. B AU ?H'S PHOSPHATE, S60 FER TON". Clf\ TON8 OF THE ABOVE STAN DARD MANURE', 4U\J now landing, and for sale at the above price, ?Ith a liberal discount if five or more tons are taken. J. N. ROBSON, April IO tuths3 No. 62 EAST BAY". PERUVIAN GUANO* DIRECT FROM THE AGENT; WARRANT FD GENUINE. SEESE'S PACIFIC GC INO. BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE OF LIME, Received on consignment, and for sale by J. N. ROBSON, April 7_stutb3_No. 62 East Bay. RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME. f)fsfiT?NB NOW LANDING. ORDERS CAN SE | jUXJKJ immediately filled. Apply to B. S. RHETT A SON. Exchange-street, back of Old Post?nico. April 10_5_ KETTLE WELL'S JREIsTOVATOR. "1f \ TON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGEAPH? Later from Europe. ADVANCE IN COTTON. Hew Tobx, April 16.?The steamship City of New York has arrived, with dates to the 5th lust. Cotton had advanced K d, but the improvement had been partly lost. Sales in two (2) days, eighteen thousand (18,000) Dales. Consols unchanged. United States 5-20's, 72J? to 72*. Tho French troops are to be withdrawn from Mexico. Hon. A. H. Stephen*. Before the Recon struction Committee. Wash rsoxoK, April 1 A?Among the testimony report ed to-day from tho Committee on Reconstruction was that of Alexander H. Siethens. He taid that he had conversed freely with the prominent men of Georgia, and met with a great many pruminon* and influential men at Milledgeville, rfbt concocted with the Legislature. Ho gave it as his decided opinion, from conversations and correspondence, ihat sn overwhelming majority of the people of Georgia are exceedingly anxiou...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

The Daily News. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 17, 1666. VIRGINIA ITEMS. HABEAS COEPUB case tW alexandria. Thomas Javinb, srrestea last summer by the United States military authorities, and imprisoned in the slave jail at Alexandria, Va., was brought out the other day before Judge Underwood on a habeas enrpos writ. The Provost Marshal returned that beheld Javiusby the rutbority of the President of tbe United states, whereupon the Judge said that the writ cf habeas corpus was not restored by the recent proclamation of Piesi dent Johnson, and that Captain Hambrick having made a return, under oath, that he retained the said JavinB as a prisoner under the authority of the President of the United States, he was estopped from making any fur ther inquiry into the matter, and therefcre remanded Ja vins back to the cut tody ol Captain Hambrick. Javlns is charged with having injured a negro boy last summer. Tbe Washington Chronicle of Thursday saya: 'Judge Underwood decided, in substance, that the pe...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

The Daily ISTews TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1866. COMMERCIAL. Exports. NEW YOBE?Per sehr D 0 H?lse?79 bales rjp'and Cot ton, 6 bales Cotton Pickings, 26 packages Furniture, 10 bales Hots, 207 bundles and cases Paper, 16 bbls Herrings, 17 bbls Ale, 18 cases Ale, 53 chests Tea, 51 bbls Peanuts, 75 cases and casks Hardware, 23 kegs Nails, 22 bundles Steel, 2 bbls Twine, kc, 152 COi'8 Hope, 2 packt ges Marlin, 27 casks Cutlery, Files, 75 empty Aie Bbls. 1 chest Clothing, lot Cypress and Oak Staves, 41 had.-, tierces ano bbls Old iron, aud 1 cask Lead. FAIRHAVEX, CONN?Per sclir Eclipse-150,000 fu.t[ Pitch Pine Timber. The Charleston Cotton Market, In consequence of the very light stock of Cotton on the market, the heavy decline at Liverpool announced by the Saxonia had no porcepable action on the mar ket here. The small sales yesterday, say some sixty to ! eighty bales, were made at prices tndica'ing but little decline. Mobile Market. MOBILE, April 12.?Corrox.?There was a general demand ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 17, 1666. COMMERCIAL. Exports. NEW YORK?Per sehr D 0 Halse?79 bales Up'and Cot ton, 6 bales Cotton Pickings, 26 packages Furniture, 10 bales Moss, 207 bundles aud cases Paper, if. bbls Herrings, 17 bbls Ale, IS cases Aie, 53 chests Tea, 51 bbls Peanuts, 75 cases and casks Hardware, 23 kegs Kails, 22 bundles Stcol. 2 bbls Twine. Ac, 152 coi's Hope, 2 pack?gee Mar;in, 27 casks Cutlery, Files, 75 empty Ale Bbls. 1 chest Clothing, lot Cypress and Oak Staves, 41 hhds, tierces ano bbls Old iron, and 1 cask Lead. FAIRHAVEX, COS'S?Per fear Eclipse-160,000 fc.t Pitch Pint Timber. Trie Charleston Cotton Market. Lu consequence of tho very light stock of Cotton on the market, the heavy decline at Liverpool announced by the Saxonia had no porcep?ble action ou !he mar ket here. The small sales yesterday, say some sixty to I eighty bales, were made at prices indica'ing but little decline. Mobile Market. MOBILE, April 12 ?Cotton.?There was a general demand throughout the d?y,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

THE tSlRLBSTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART; Editor. CATHCART, McMLLAN & MORTON, proprietors! No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS-CASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY?TWELVE MONTHS.S10.00 DAILY?SIX MONTHS.5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS.? ?> SINGLE OOPEES.5 cent? XO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent* LARGEST CmC?LATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 9f IB hi T.IST OF1 LETTERS re mainins In the Fostoffice at the end of each -week ie jmbliehed officially in TH H3 T3AIX.Y NEWS every Fri day morning;. lSTews Summary. There are 37,000 churches in the United States. They will hold 14,000,000 people. A young lady just out of her teens is the Latin and Greek Professor of a Kansas College. The revenue of the English Established Church is annually $300,000,000. There are twenty thou sand clergymen. .On the 23d ult., a fire occurred in the City of Mexico, which destroyed property to the amount of $300,000. * The Tycoon has sent several young Japanese to Russia to learn the language, and to study naval and military...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

The Daily ?STews. TUESDAY MOBNLXQ, APRIL 17, i860. LARGEST CIRCULATION Ci THE STATE. tlRGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT. ? THE LIST OF1 LETTERS re maining; in the JPo s t office? nt the end of each weel* is pnhlished officially ixa THE DAILY NEWS every Fri day morning. A?BNTS. The following are the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect ing Agent. T0WN3END & NORTH, BookseBers and Stationers, Colombia, S. 0. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwefl, 8. 0. F. M. TRIMMTER, Spartan Once, Spartanbnrg, S. C. ?f. T. DuBOIS, Marion. 0. S. HABBY, Bandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla. PATRICE & HUYEY, Maoon, Georgia. B. A. MCKNIGHT, UnionviHe, 1. B. ALLEN. Chester C. H., S. 0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New South," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE, GrahamviUe P. 0., Beaufort, S. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0. S. L. DARR, Somter, B. 0. THAD. a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a C. J. T. HERS HM AN, "Journal office," Camden, S. 0. i. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," DarUngton, 8. 0. M. M. QDTNN &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

N. YorkAjvertisements. AT G. W SWEDES & CAMPBELL'S, ESTABLISHED. No. 263 BOWERY. N. Y., :842. ? TT. KINDS OF F?RINI T?RE AT WHOLESALE Ajtad Retail; LOOKING GLASSES, BEDDING, &c, below auctien prices. * ?- Orders faithfully and promptly attended to by m?U. _tnths3mos_April M SPEiVCERD.C. VANBOKKELEN COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. l?S WATKR-STREET, NEW YORK. PARTICULAR ATTENTION GJVSN TO THE SALE OF COTTON AND-NAVAL 8TORE3. REPRESENTED BY GEORGE E PRITOHLTT, Charleston S. 0. D. D. HOOOTT. Camden, S. C. A H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. C. April 14_6moa* E. REMINGTON & SONS, MANUFACTUREES OF REVOLVERS, RIFLES. MUSKETS AND CARBINES, FOB THE UNITED 3tatoa Service. Also, Pocket ana Belt Revolvera, Bepeating Pistols, Rifle Canes. Revolving Rifles, Rifle and Shot Gun Barrels, and G an Materials generally. Bold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout the country. In these days of honse-breaclns and robbery every bonse, store, bank, and office, should have one of HEM' INGTON9' REVOLVERS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

FIEE, MARINE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY. TUPPER & LANE, ni Planters' and Mechanics' Bank Building, No. 133 East Bay-street. EEPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES, of the highest standing and respon sibility : 8ECCRITY INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York. Cash Capital and Assets.$1.600,000. PHCENIX INS7RANCE COMPANY, of New lork. Cash Capital and Assets.S1.5O0.0U0 NTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., of New l ork. - Cash Capital and Assets.,.$1,200,000. MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York. Cash Capital and Assets.$1,000.000. NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., of New York. Cash Capital and Assets.$800,000. GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW York. .$3,000.000. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, OF THE UNITED STA lES.$2,000,000. aggregate: cash capital OF OVER Ten Millions of Dollars. ?-FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND RISES TAKEN as LOW AS OTHER GOOD COMPANIES, and LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID AT THIS AGENCY. a A. LANE..SAML. Y. TUPPER. March 1? lmo fire wmm aw?. THE london and lancashire fire Mtm m...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 April 1866

25 YELLOW PINE LUMBER. %* i\r\f\ FEET BEST YELLOW PTNE LUM /4.UUU BEB, consisting of: 3 inch PLANE 1% inch Plant (12 to 20 inches wido) 3 by 4 inch) 3 by 5 rnob \ BcantUng 3 by S inch) 1 by 3 Inch I T-,h? 1 by 4 inch} LfUh8 For sal* by GAILLABD 4 minott, April 17 2 No. 7 Vanderhorafs Wharf. LUMBER! LUMBER! 0f\ r\l\n FEET ltf FLOORING BOARDS, OW. L/ from 1 to 8 inches wide 40 000 feet 3 inch Plank 20,000 feet 3x5 and 4x6 Scantling. Landing anl for sale at Dereefa Whaif. Apply at our office, or to Agent on Whatf. ^ JNO. 8. RIGOS * CO., Commission Merchants, April 16 3 Corner Broad-street and East Bay. COTTON, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORKS. WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on shipments of produce to our ?tends in Boston, New York Baltimore and Liverpool. cohen, HAN0KEL.V. co.. No 46 Eas?t Bar, corner Boyco's Whaif. April 16_"_Imo GENUINE COLLINS* AXES. JUST KECEIVBD PER STEAMER. ?.fT rOZES UEAVT SAMUEL W. COLLINS* AXES ??O 25 aozeq Medl im Samuel W. CoRlns'Axes. For sale at $19 ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 133.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. BT TELEGBAPH. Washington Xewi. WASHINGTON, April 18.-Attorney-General SPEED, having recommended that the bonds captured by Gen. SHKBTDAN at Shreveport, which had been deposited by the * t iw Orleans banka with the State Auditor of Louis? iane be returned, the Secretary of the Treisury has telegraphed Gov. WKLLS that he will cause the bonds which may be identified as belonging to the banks, to be delivered to the 8tate Auditor, or any duly authorized agent at Washington, or will send the same to the State Auditor on receiving advices from tho Governor, at the risk of the State. The bonds amount to two millions. Sending Troops to thc Blaine Frontier. PORTLAND, ME , April 18.-The Government has char? tered tho steamer Regulator to tike a company of Regu? lar Troops to some point, probably Eastport, and she will leave on the arrival of thu noon train, whioh is ex? pected to bring Gem MEADE...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

The Daily lESTews. THURSDAY MOBBING. APBLL 19, 1866. Methodist Episcopal General Conference. ADDRESS OF THE BISHOPS. DEAS BRETHREN: We hail with feeliings of devout gratitude the opening of another session of the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Circumstances connected with the late unhappy war have prevented us from an earlier meeting; and now that we are permitted by Divine Providence to assemble, the important interests that will engage our attention demand that, with all sobriety and prayerfulness, we address ourselves to their consideration. We have to review the operations of the Church for eight years-embradnT a period during which important and startling events have crowded on^each other in rapid succestion. When the last general Conference closed, we anticipated an earlier reunMffcn this city; but the well-known condition of thiarsnrt the time ap? pointed in regular order for our mewng, precluded our convening here. And ever since, until within th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

The Daily News. THURSDAY MORNING, APRILJj^ 1866. COMMERCIAL. Exporta. BOSTON-Fer brig Manzanilla-90,000 feet Pitch Pine Timber, 18,500 feet 1,'i-inch Pine Flooring Boards. BANGOB, ME-Per sehr A C Austin-165.000 feet Pitch Pine Timber, 19,000 feet Sawed Lumber. The Charleston Cotton Market. There bel?g an increased supply of the staple on the market, yesterday buyers were enabled to operate to a greater extent than on tho two previous days, and some 350 bales were sold during the day, prices being rather in favor of the purchaser. We quote : Ordinary to Good Ordinary.28@32 Low Mid liing.33@34 Middling.35@ Strict Middling.36@ Good Middling.37@ Orangebarg Market. OBANGEBUBG April 17.- COTTON.-The price has receded in the last few days five cents. The highest point reachod on Tuesdsy last was for Middling to Strict Middling, 26 cents per pound and 28 cents for Good Midd Ung. The bulk of the stock in the bands of planters being held over for shipment or to wait the development of the fut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

THE CuiR-LBSTOiV BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHCART; EDITOR. CATHCART, McJLlXLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. TERMS-CASH. 8TJB80BLPTCON. j)sJLT -TWkLYE MONTH8........110.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.5.00 ?AXLY-?HRKE MONTHS.?.50 BINGLE COPTES.5 cent? TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITY? mr THE LIST OF LETTES18 re m iinina; in tho Postofnoe at the end of each week ia published officially in THU! DAILY NEWS every Fri? day morning. News Summary. New Orleans papers at this time have many columns filled with "Hotel Arrivals." The city is full of strang? ers, and everything is said to wear a busy aspect. ff. The Jacksonville (Fla.) Time* says that thousands of negro children are now educated in that State by their present employers, who were slaveholders. The imports of Montreal last month were $3,131,319, aa against $1,613,193 for the same month of last year. The increase of dnty ls about $300.000. A new line of telegraph is being co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

The Daily ISTews. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 18G6. LOCAL MATTERS. ?W SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -? MEBSBS. BOINEST Si BuitKE Lave kindly laid upon our table the Now York dailies of the latest dates, Waverly Magazine, the Sunday Mercury, and tie Army and Navy Journal. THE FOLLOWING Messages are at the Telegraph Office awaiting ?"elivery, in consequence of a want of better address, viz: JAS. L. CLANTON, HENBT DUFFY, JOHN E. KnRB, QUICK PASSAGE.-Tho steam ship Gen. J. K. Barnes, Which left here on Saturday, the 14th Inst, with a large number of troops, for New York, arrived on Mondaynight, the 16th inst, making the passage in a trifle over two days. ICE AT EVKBY PERSON'S Doon - Messrs. TBOCT A AXSBUBY have had constructed an ice house on Patton's Wr .rf, in which they have placed about three hundred tine of superior Eastern ice They expect shortly to make arrangements by which they will deliver it to the door of every citizen, in small quantities or otherwise, at prices about tho ?am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

LOUIS D. ^SAUSSURE, MOOR & COMMISSION MERCHANT, FOB TEE SALE AND PURCHASE OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c., AND SALE OF Cotton, Narai Stores and Produce. OFFICE NO. 23 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C. March 27 tuths9 tUSSmo EDWARD N. THURSTON, 5K)JiJLEBLI?BOBEBTSON, BLACKLOCK 4 00, F -A. O T O R AND COMISSION MERCHANT, CORNER VANDERHORST WHARF AND EAST BA1 CHARLESTON, S. C. January 12_ L. BOWIE & CO., COMMISSION AND GROCERY MERCHANTS, NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW TOBE. Tebrairy 20_8m0 JOHN 6. MILNOR & CO., AUCTION ABD <J OMMIS SION MERCHANTS, No. 135 Meeting-street. Charleston. S. C., -T?JTLLL RESUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, AN I - would solicit oonaJgninenU of MERCHANDISE of til d assripUou a, el to er for Pabilo or Prrrate Sal?. ?Lf Particular attention paid to all out-door sales, ?fsnaary 90 C AL O E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUCHET. Cato c o-partner of Mordecai A Co. ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO., S2?1 East Bay, CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET, AUGTI?NEERS, GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

420 NEW GOODS! 420 King-street, Three Doors South of Calhoun. JUST OPENED, LADIES' WHITE HOSE, 8oper, at 20 cts. A lot of CHALELES Foulard, at 30 cts. 8uper 3-4 and 1-4 Slate and Brown Linen3. Extra Heavy White Linen Brilia New York Mills Longclotu, 4-4, at 40 eta Huckaback, B. E. and Bnssla Diapers. Silk Parasols in variety, at $1.25. Black Silk Cloaks, very low. Light Colored Barege Shawls. 0-4 and 10-4 Bleached Sheeting. More of that fine 8-4 Barege for Shawls and Cloaks. Plaid, Barege Nainsook, and Swiss Muslins. J. GOU ?KOP. April 7_Imo SPRL\G ii\D WWW GOODS. THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST BET CR NED from tbe North, takes this method of informing the public that he ls receiving a lull assortment of CLOTHS, CASS8IMERES, COATINGS AND VESTINGS of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted to Spring and Summer wear. These goods having been purchased recently, and at very low figures, persons wishing anything in my line will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I ha...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 April 1866

CLARETS, CORDIALS, OLIVE OIL, &c. CASES "N. JOHN8TON k SON8' " "ST. JULIEN" CL ABET Oases "N. Johnston 4 Sons' " "St Loubes" Clarets Caaes Brandenburg Freres "St Estepbe" Claret Caa s Focklnck's Maraschino Cordial Cases Fockiock's Bed and White Curacao Cordial Cases Bordeaux Cordials, assorted, "BIM.Lia A Co." Cases "Brandenburg Freres" Olive Oil Cases Pa n? Pois and Champignons, Just received and for sale by April 19_ths2_D. PAUL A CO. CAHtiSEd MEATS, SYRUPS, JEL LIES, &c. CASES ASS'D MEATS / Veal, Mutton, Beef-a-Ia-mod?, IN 3 LB. CANS. ( Beef and San ?aga Meat OASES ASS'D S?BUP3 {JggS. ffip?e.0* OA8E3 ASS'D JELLIES (Apple, Petch, Quince, Orange. IN PINT AND HALF- < Lemon, Bed currant, Rasp P1>T JABS. ( oerry, Cherry and Plum. ALSO, 13 cases "Imitation English" CHEESE 10 cases Italian Mao caroni Landing from steamer Saragosa, and for sale by D. PAUL A CO, April 19_ths2_No. 47 Broad Btreet CANNED MEATS. OfT C - SES BEEP, IN 2 POUND OAN3 ?Vt} 25 cases Motton, in 3 pound...

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