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('irc'ula; of t e Hollt ?-oo,d Memorial
' ::aar AsNcciation.
1 : "h a' isQ ) . 1 v~ 11 (
:1., in t eblrua::ry next. or)l" the
pIurpn s o Sti rin full Lnds to enlale
t he t t' i''V in there deal. It
ed sIl ieis of thr w l e:ell ot ile. 1te
woaeverate States, ewith 31arr
hmd,l slo(:ild be represenltedl inl this
baizaar. :ls the Ass ociation is inl-}
terestedi equnalyv in all the decea -
ed sold'iers of thle South,? froml
wvhatever ,State they may have
co me, who are buried at holly
An a gennt or agents will be ap
pointed in each State. who will
nlotliv the public" of that State of
their reiadiness to receive contri
butions"of m:oner, or of articles
that mav be disposed of at the ha
It is hoped that in this under
tAking, which appeals a0 touc'h
fngIy to the ladies of the South,
and those who sympathize with
them. there will be manifested a
becoming enthusiasm, and that
ihe bazaar will illustrate how no
Lly these States can enulate each
other in love and good works on
this occasion of so much interest
The f dlowing nami ladies
have leel appoilnted oincers and
an executive committee.
All money and articles of value
from 'Virgi-nia should be trans
nitted to them: contributions
from other States shonid he repor
ted to the State :gents for their
An eftic'ient eemnittee of gen
tlemen will act in concert with
ladies in the careful management
of the fund s.
President-Mrs. Lew isN. Webb.
ice-Presidents--Mrs. LA. ID. Cren -
shaw, Mrs. James Lyons, Mrs. Dr.
IJanall, Mrs. Robert Ould. Sece
tary-Mrs. William Bron~ n. Treas
urer-Mrs. C. (Gennec t. Executive
Committee-Mrs. Dr. C. G. Bar
ney, Mrs. Jefferson Archer, Mrs.
Lucy Walker. Mrs. Wmn.Bell, Mrs.
W. M. Elliott, Mrs. E. F. Sommes.
Miss R. Myers, Miss Issabella
Webb. Mrs. Wellington Goddin,
Mrs. Thomas II. Ellis, Mrs .T. W.
Doswell. Mrs. Dr. ig~gin botham,
Mrs. Alfred IIarris, Mrs. Benja
min Smith, Mrs. R. A. Mayo, Miss
Mary Sherbard. Miss Lizzie Nich
olns, Mrs. Nanni-e Bruce. Mrs. T.
Brockenbrough ,Mrs. Charles Me-'
Gruder, Mrs. J. B. McMurdo, Mrs.
John Pureell, Mrs. Wmn. Jenkins,
Mrs. J. S. Wellford, Mrs. Thomas
I. Wynne, Miss Jennie Ritchie,
Miss A. E. Pellett.
MEssas EniTons: It is surely
unnecessary to add one word to
t he above circular. It is well known
that on the sacred soil which tlhese
women of Virginia are enldeav
ing t o preserve as hallowed ground.
re'sts tihe dust of our brothers from
e'very State in the South. The
graves of over 1.500O Carolinians
cull to us not to neglect the last
resting place ,f those who have
toiled. fougILht an'd died for us. and
we cannot believe that anytbing~
miore than the announcement that
the laies of the bazaar ask assis
tance fronm South Carolina is nee
dled to elicit a liberal response
from our' people. All articles
sent fromt South Carolina will be
appropriatedl to the "South Caroli
na Table." Contribuitions in nmon
cy, fancy articles or refreshments
will be reeeiv-ed up to the 1st of
February, directed to the Agent
of the Hollywood Memorial Ba
zaar, care of Rev. *Wm. Martin,
Columbia, S. C..
Papers in the State favorable to
the enterprise will please copy.
your business. Do not hide your
light under a bushel. Whatever
your occupation or calling may
be, if it needs support from the
public, advertise it thoroug~hly and
efficiently, in some shape or other,
that will arrest public attention.
I freely c-onfess that what success
I have had1 iln life may fairly heC
attributed more t o the publie press
than to nearly all other causes
There may possibly be oeenpa
tions that do not require ad
vertisin&t. bu:t I cannot well con
eeive what they are. Men in bus
ines-. will sometimes tell you that
they hlave tried advertising. andl
that it (id nlot pay. This is only
whenh i advi ig i done prig
lv and 1.~rud~iii~tlv. lion ~nathfe
E. & H. T ANTIONY & Co.,
Manufact'arers of Photographic Miateria1s,
W:rm.FA!. AND n,T?L,.
in nd,iton. to our rnrin buIsiness of PIOTO"
G1tillr MAmEI:IALs we are headquarters
for the fo-ing. viz:4
Ster cscopes & Ste:c sopic Views
Of American anm Foreign Cities and Landscapes,
Gruups. :tatuary, etc.
Strc ;scepic Views of the War.
From negatives made in the vnrious cnmpaigna
and forming a complete.1'hotographic hi.tory of
the great ccn:e't.
Stereoscopic Viewo on Gias.s.
Adapted for either tho Magic Lantern or the
Stpreoscope Our Cat:alogue will be sent to any
address on receipt of Stamp.
We manufacture mere largely than any other
house. about 2 0 varieties from 5, cents to $5)
each. Our ALh UMS have tbe reputation of be
ing superior in beauty and durauility to any
Card Photographs of Generals, Statesmen,
Actors, etc., etc.
Onr Catnguo embraces over FIVE THOU
SA ND dif:'crent eubjects. including reproduc
tions of the most celebrated Engravings, raint
ings. Statues, etc. Catalogues sent on receipt of
'hoto;raphers and others ordering goods C. O.
D., will ,?easc remit 25 per cent of the amount
with their order.
The price and quality of oar goode eannot fahn
to satis y.
Nov. 7 45 tf
DIREC'T F;O1[ A( ENTS AT
S:)LU1LE PACIFIC GAUNO, '75 Cash,
Q0 lt of November, with interest, appror
ed City acceptance.
SWAN I:LAN) GUANO, ,20 Cash, 2.
1st. No vemher, with interest, approved City
BAUC II's PIIOSPIIATE LIME, gv,
a,5 1st November, with interest, ap
proved City acceptanee.
PI(EN IX GUANO, 855 cash.
FLOUR OF BONE, unadulterated and
FARMER'S PLASTER OR GTPSJi,
In offerin, the above Manures to Pilantcrs,
[ do so with every ccnfidrnce, not only
avin.g testimonials fron Planters who have
ased them the past year, but the further
narantee, that every cargo as it arrives
From the Factory, is analyzed by Prof.
IIEPARD of the South Carolina Medical
'oiiege, and the high reputation of thece
nmres fuilly kept up.
J. N. R ODSON,
Jan. 9-- 4t. 02 East Bay, Charleston. S. C.
Dr C. F. PANKiNIN,
Charleston, S. C.
fbe wholesale Dry Goods Business heretofore
conducted in the name of
JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.,
Will hereafter be carried on in the name' of
Milnor, Wilber & Martin,
AT TflE OLD sTAND,
135 Meeting Street,
GUIARlLESTON, S. C.
Ou:r htouse is now in receipt of a full and
eirable stock of Fancy and Domestic Dry
%ods, and we wouhi invite our old friends
end thec trado zeneraEv to an ex.9mination
of our stock.
FACTORS AND PLANTERS
Wil find i' toteir interest to examuine
ustock, as we are pre pared to give them
vry faciity 1r our line to enable them to
ill t heir or2 rs and] lay intheir supplie:s.
Odiers cairofuly and promuptly filled.
i'!r. WM. C. SMALL, late of t!.o firm of
HA M iBEI L.A IN, M ILER & CO., is withj
a andI w ould be pleased if hiis friends will
ic him a call.
N. B.-Messra. NAYLER, SMITH & Co's
?)tiec can be found at otur store [up stairs.]
.JOH[N G. MII-NOR,
T. A. WILBE R,
nov' rn TmJ. J. MARTIN.
P. B. Glass,
'L AIN-ST., (ti few doors west of Main-st,
COLUMPIA, S. C.
Wholesale p u r c h a s e r s,
shools, and Libraries supplied on Special
Orders by mail attended to carefully and
promptly at New York prices.
Blank Books made to any pattern at low
et prices. Nov 7 6mo.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Go01(ISlli a!tld Kinld
ALL kinds of Mill Castings, (Saw and
rist,) Railin;gs for IIouses, Garden, Grave
ards, Suzar Mils, Boilers, Maclhiue Works
ad Agricultural Implements manufaictured.
Drdcrs are solicited and executed Onl cheap
erms. M. GOLDSMITH,
GROVESTEEN & Co.,
PIANO FORTE MANUFA CTURERS,
449 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
These PIANOS received the llighest Award
of Ierit, at the World's l'air, over the best ma
kers from Lou don, Paris, GIermnany, the cities of
New York. I'hiladelphia, Baltimore and 1;oston;
also, the Gold 3Medal at the American Institute,
R. & W. C. Swaffield,
Oh Estab lishedl
Columbia, S. C.
A full alssortlnt of Fall &
Winter (l ot in , for Men
an1d 1>oys, at, very low prices.
M (l)t1i;,r wadr to order (s
ncu'a(l '? short notice.
November 7 .mo.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in English and American
Iron, Steel, Nails, Oastings, Mill Stone%,
Bolting Gloths, Cireular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
T)usekceping and 'Furni sh.ing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
G u nh. Rifles, Pistols. Shot Re!ts,
Poirdcr Flasks, Fourer, Shout, cfe.
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 6m.
C, F. JACKSON,
Main Street, Columbia, 8. C.
(Next door to Messrs. J. & T. R. Agnew,)
Has constantly on hand a full and well
selected stock of
Staplc andl Faney DR Y G OODS.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
and persons visiting the Gity w:ll find it, to
their advantage to give him a c-all.
CALICOES, from 1 ele. to 25ets.
Alpacas and Poplins, from 30o. to 75.
Ladies Kid Gloves, 8l.00.
Break fasn Shawls, from 82.50 to $8.0t0.
La dies eloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.00
lloop Skirts, from $1.0o to $4.00.
My q stock: is too varied to gil'e a
list -in de tail, buit .simply present the
aboi'e a.s a sp)ee;nt'N.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. 7, (mo.
1000 BUS. WHITE CORN,
500 " Mixed Corn,
10 Uhds prime Bacon Sides &Shenld'rs
10 Bags Rangoon Rice,
50 B3arrelh Super. Extra Flours,
50 Sacks Sailt (Liverpool,)
50 Bales Eastern Hay, (Prime,)
To harter for Cotton or Cash,
Grain of all descriptions constantly on
hand. Orders promptly filled.
PROWNE & SCHIRMER,
Main street, Volger's New Store.
Columia, S. C., Nov. 1 196.
Nov. 7 f5 m.
Main -St., Columbia. S. C.,
(Next to }ae~;r and Lowr.ince,)
Calls the attention of the
Trade and the Ladies Visiting Colmubia, to
eomine her superb stock before purchasing
WXholesale and( iRetail.
Ladies Curls and Hair in all shapes.
Nov 7 8mo.
18561 Established [1856
Shermanized. February, 17, 1865
Oppoite J. C. Dial's Hardware Store,
COLUMBIA, S. 0..
Blank Books manufactured in the bet and
moat substantial manner.
Having purobasd Superior Ruling and Pag
ing Machines. Clerks ot Courts, Sheriffs, Ordi
naries, and other Publio Offcers can have their
Blank Booke. and all other work executed in
any style and pattern they may desire, and in
the shortest possqible time. A lrge stock of
Blank Book and other Paper ot the best quality
always on hand. Mucmc, P'eriodicals. Law
Book s, and all other works bound to suit cus
omerss. nov- 7 3m
Graeser & McJimkin,
Commision & IForwarding
WOULD r:-speetfully informn their friends
ndI the public generally uthat they wIll
atteud personally to all business intrusted
to them. They will BUY COTTON ON
ORDER OR SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTS OF THlE COUNTRY, on as favor
able terms as any house in the city. They
are also pr epared to STORE or FORWARD
Cotton, to be sold either in Charleston,
New York, or Liverpool.
Being famnilialr with all necessary details
Philadelphia University of
Medicine and Surgery.
Chartered by the Lei4atare, Feb. 26. 1853.
Amendments to Charter. Feb. 15 180, and
March 15. 18G5.
Two full sessions of Lectures each year,
commencing the first of October, and con,
tinning until April. The Dissecting Rooms
are open, and private lectures and quizzes
continue dnring the entire year. The first
session continues until Christmas, or for
three months, and the second until the first
of April. or three month,; the two constitut
ing one full course of lectures. Examination
of candidates for gtaduation wiHl occur at the
end of each session.
REQUISITES FOR GRADUATIO.-The re,
quisites for gradnation are three sessions of
lectures, and three years study; or four ses
sions, including two years spent at the
THE SYSTFM OF MED7CINE TAUGHT -
The University is a liberal medical school, in
which all branches of medicine and surgery
are taught, including the preparatory studies,
without regard to any sectarian views.
Hence, while they deprecate the exclusive
ness of Allopathy,Homoopathy. Eclecticism,
Hydropathy, etc., they believe that all prin
ciples of enre and therapeutical agents should
be taught in all well-regulated medical
schools, and that every intelligent, honest,
and thorough practitioner is entitled to all
the courtesies and privileges of the profes
sion, without regard to his peculiar notions
FEss.-The fees for a llbranches,including
all the tickets, matriculation, and dissection,
are $60 a session, or $120 per year. Those
who purchase tickets only have to matricu
late once, which makes the second session
$55, including demonstrator's fees, or $115
for a full course. To aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued
five hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-course students, for $75. and to seconds
course students and clergymen for $50, each
constituting the holder a life member, with
the perpetual privileges of the lectures, and
all the teachings of the school. The only
additional fees are a yearly dissecting and
matriculating ticket, each of which's $5.
THE ADVANTAGES OF SCHOLAR5HIPS.
The student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at any time during the year,
attend as long as he chooses,and re enter the
Institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to
enter the University on scholarships, hence
all private tuition fees are saved.
Students, by holding scholarships, can
prosecute other business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present
himself at any time, and receive his degree
as soon as qualified.
In case a student should hold a scholar"
ship and not be able to attend lectures, it
can be transferred to another, thus prevent,
ing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students
wishing to purchase scholarships for them, a
year or more before their attendance at the
University, can secure them by advancing
one-half the price, and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and
benevolent men can bestow great benefit
upon poor young men, by presenting them
a scholarship, and thus enabling them to
obtain an honorable profession.
THE REGULAR FACULTY.
James McClintock, A.M., M D,, Profes
sor of the Principles and Practice of Sur
Wim. Paine, M.D., Professor of the Prin
ciples and practise of }Medicine and Patho
C. S. Gauntt, A.M., M D., Professor of
Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Toxicology.
E. G. Dalton, A.M., M.D., Professor of
H. J. Doucet, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Materia Medica and y'herapeutics.
A . R. Thomas, M D., Professor of Anato,
my, General, Special, Microscopical, and
Joseph S. Longshore, M.D., Professor of
Obsterics, and Diseases of women and Chil,
E. D. Bluekman, M.D., Professor of Mi'
PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A. Livezey, A.M., M.D., Professor of
J. S. Longshore, M.D., Professor of Clini,
F. A. Von Moschzisker, M.D., Professor
of Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
R. H. Kline, M.D., Professor of Malig,.
L. Old:,bue, M.D., Professor of Urine-Pa'.
I. Lukens, M D., D.D.S., Professor of
C. Murphy, M.D., Professor of Medical
W. M. Cornell, M D., LL.D., Professor
of Hygiene and Physical Culture.
R. B. Weaver, A.M., M.D., Demonstra,.
tor of Anatomy.
G. W. Ma~rriott, M D., A M., D.D.,
Registrar and Superintendent.
P.ur:'s PnACnIes or MmeDrcN.-The
work is now complete. It is a royal octavo
of one thousand pages, and contains a full
de.scription of all diseases, including those
of surgery, and of women and children ,to
gether with their pathology, history, symi
temts, and treatmat, and is claimed to be
one of the most complete, elaborate, and
e'xtensive works upon these subjects ever
issued fromi 0:e American press. Pricc, $7;
pota e l- i ets.
Nrw Se,joot Rm:msnIs.-An octavo, eon
tainin g a full description of all the concen :
trated and new remiedies used by all schools
of the priofession, anu-1 a comaplet e alplihetL
ical meteria medien. Price, $5. To those
who order both boo1b, $10, postage pre
UNIVER?SITY ,TOURNAL OF ?tEDICINE
AR D SURGERY.
A Semni-Montly Journal of Medicine, Suir
gery, Physiology, IIygiene, and General
Literature, devoted to the Profession and
The cheapest medical paper in the world,
published every two weeks, at the Univer
sity Building, Ninth Street, south of Wal
Single copies, . . . . $1 00
Five copies to one address, . 4 35
Ten "' " " " . . 7150
Fifteen " " " " . . 9 30
Twenty " " " " . . 10 00
The getter up of the club shall have one
copy gratis. It is also the cheapest adver
tising medium in the world, as it reaches
ne.arly all physicians andl druggists, besides
having a large popular circulation. The
price for advertising is ten cents per line,
seven words mak ing a line. No papers sent
or advertisements inserted unless prepaid.
W. PAIN, M. D., Editor.
Dec. 19 51 Gino. Philadelphia, Pa.
Salisbury, Bro. & Co.,
Extensive Manufacturers and Importers of
Gold, Plated and Oreide
Solid and Nic'kel Silver Ware,
Amlericanl, English and Swiss watches,
CASED BY OURSELVES,
And every description of
Fancy Goods and Yankee Notions.
Especially adapted and designed for South
ern and Western Trade.
Circulars and full descriptive Price Lists
Agents wanted everywhere. Address
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,
61 Dorronce straet,
New York Advertisements.
Depots : 37 & 39 assau, 54,
56 & 58 Liberty St.,
rr Yrk City.
Of R:osewood Pianos and Melodeons, Fine
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Silver Ware,
Gold and Silver Watches, and Ele,
gant Jewelry, consisting of Dia
mond l'ins, Diamoud Rings,
Gol.l Bracelets, Coral,
Jet, Lava, and
Sots, Gold Pens, with Gold and Sil
ver Extension Holders, Sleeve
Buttons. Sets of Studs, Vest
and Neck Chains. Plain
and Chased Gold
Chainz, &c., &c.,
$1,000,000, For One Dollar.
which they need not pay until it is known
what is drawn and its value.
The American Jewelers' Association calls
your attention to the fact of its being the
largest and most popular Jewelry Associa"
tion in the United States. The business is
and always has been conducted in the most
candid and honorable manner. Our rapidly
increasing trade is a sure guarantee of the
appreciation of our patrons for this method
of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods.
The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe,
owing to the late German War and recent
disastrous financial crisis in England, has
caused the failure of a large number of Jew.
elry Houses in London and Paris, obliging
them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice,
in some instances less than one third the
cost of manufacturing We have lately pur
chased very largely of these Bankrupt Goods,
at such extremely low prices, thet we can af
ford to send away Finer Goods, and give bet
ter chances to draw the most valuable prizes
than any other establishment doing a'?simi
lar business. Our aim is to please, and we
respectfully solicit your patronage, as we
are confident of giving the utmost satisfac
tion. During the past year we have forward
ed a number of the most valuable prizes to
all parts of the country. Those who patron
ize us will receive the full valuel of their
money, as no article on our list is worth less.
than One Dollar, retail, and there are no
blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend
on having prompt returns, and the articles
drawn will be immediately sent to any ad,,
dress by return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn
valuable prizes from the American Jewelers'
Association, and have kindly allowed the
use of their names:
Charles J. Hunter, Esq., Treasury Depart
ment, Washington, D. C.,'Piano. value $300;
Miss Anna G. Yates, 52 St. Mark's IPlace,
N. Y., Sewing Machine, value $75; Brig.
Gen. L. L. Hanson, U. S. Vols., Nashville,
Tenn., Silver Tea Set, value $150; Miss Em
ma Hunter, 63 Front St., H arrisburg, Pa.,
Sewing Machine, value $60; Lieut.-Col.
Walter Chittenden, Quartermaster, Louis
ville, Kentucky, Gold Watch,S5value $150;
Win. S. Haines, 247 King St., Charles ton,
S. C., Silver Watch, value $50; IAlexander
Johnson, Esq., Edithr Muskateur Pioneer,
Markateur, Minn.. LadiesiEnameled Watch,
value $150; Samuel Lee, Esq., President Col
orado and Red Bank Mining Company, San
Francisco, Cal., Melodeon, value $200; Aaron
S. Long, Esq., Principal Elkhart Collegiate
Institute, Elkhart, N. J., Diamond Pin,
value $200; R. M. Longstreet, Montgomery,
Ala., Music Box, value $75; Rev. Isaac Van
Duzer, Albany N. Y., Gold Lined Dining
Set, value $300; Miss Clara Lucugner, Day
ton, Ohio, Pianoforte, value $400, and Dia,.
mond Pin, value $175.
Many names could be placed on the List,
but we publish no names without permis,
sion. Our patrons are desired to send Uni
ted States Currency when it is convenient.
Partial List of Articles
Sol for One Dollar Each,
Without regard to value, aid not to he paid
for until von know what von are to receive:
15 Eleg't Rosewood Pianos, from $200 to 450
15 Eleg't Melodeons, Rosew'd Cases 175 to 250
50 First Class Sewing Machines 40 to 300
75 Fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100
150 Fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30
50 Music Boxes 25 to 40
150 Revolving Patent Castors, Silver 20 to 40
e,50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets 20 to 35
400 Sets of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 40
150 Gold Hunt'gCase Watch's, war'td 50 to150
100 Diam'd Rings,clust'rasingle stone 75 to 260
175 Gold Watches 85 to 150
300 Ladies' Watches 60 to 100
500 Silver Watches . 20 to 75
Diamond Pins, Broaches and Ear Drops,
Ladies' Sets of Gold and Coral, Jot and Gold,
Florentine, Mosaic, Lava and Cameo; Sets
of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Plain and
Chased Gold Rings, Gold Thimbles, Lockets,
New style Belt Buckles. Gold Pens and Pen
cils, Fancy Work Boxes, Gold P'ens with
Gold anri Silver Extension Holders, and a
large assortment of Fine Silver Ware and
Jewelry of every description, of the best
make and latest styles.
SA ':wn'ce to O>fain any o f the
alre ar~ticl.* fr OXNE D OL LA R.
!>y jari'/a.aue a $cald'~ emiopevj for
87 Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for
$1; Eleven for S2; Thirtv for $5; Sixtysfive
for $10; one Hundred for $15.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Unequaled inducements offered to Ladies
and Gents who will act as such. Our de'.
scriptive circulars will be sent on applica
Distributions are made in the following
manner:-Certificates naming each article
and its value are placed in sealed envelops,
which are well mixed. One of these envel
ops containing the Certificate or Order for
some article, will be delivered at our offce,
or sent by mail to any address, without re
gard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents.
On receiving the Certifieate the purchaser
will see what article it draws and its value,
and can then send One Dollar, and receive
the article named, or can choose any other
article on our list of the same value.
Purchasers of our Sealed Envelops may in
this manner, obtain an article worth from
one to five hundred dollars. Long Letters
are unnecessary. Have the kindness to
write plain directions. and in chosing differ
cnt articles from those drawn, mention the
** Orders for Sealed Envelops must in
every case be accompanied with the cash
with the name of the person sending, anA
Town, County and St.ate plainly written.
Letters should be addressed to the Man
agers, as follows:
SHERMAN, WATSON & Co.,
37 & 39 Naszau-St., New York City.
October 21 ;imIo.
J. E. sTENHOUSE. ALLAN MAOAULT.
STENIIOUSE & MAC.AULY.
( ommission Merchiants,
For the st.le of Cotton, Cotton Yarns. Sheets.
ings. Nmaa Stores, etc., and for the purchase of
66 Pear'l Street, New York,
1 8 c,G.
Consignments tous from any point in the South
ully protected by Insurance as soon as staippe.d.
Free to Everybody.
A large 6 pp. Catalogue, teaching how to
remove Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches,
We would ca1l special attenti
been recently purchased.
Every purchaser will have full advantagc <
We offer Special inducements to Country
have always on hand,
FULL LINES OF D
which we will sell at small advance on Age
N. B.-Samples and Price Lists sent to a
We also offer, at Retail, the L
in the (
Many Styles of Goods are being sold at I
Refer to City advertisements for price list
December 25 tf 287
Laces, Embroideries, I
We are now opening a full and ampl assc
Trimmed and put up in boxes ; Lace Collars
Clunv, Thread and Maltese Laces, Laces by tl
Caps and Spencers ; Embroidered Collars, Infal
Breakfast Setts, Plain Linen Setts, Evening .I
novelties, to be found in our Laceand Embroic
Beautiful French Boxes, "Ladies Compa
Lubin's Extracts, Superior German Cologne
Brushes, Tortoise Shfll Dressing Combs, Toot:
and Buckles, Seamless Kid-Gloves, Ladies Lisle
Children's Gloves, Hosiery, c;orsets, Hoop Skirt
December 19 263 K
In our Cloak and Shawl Room, we have as ue
sortmient in the city. We haive in our Display
Black Cloth Sacques, and Basques, from .95,00,.
the same. Novelties constantfly being added t<
Plaid all Wool Long and Square Shawls, Lot
fast Shawls, Sontags, Nubias, &c.
dec 19 263 King S
J. R. REA
263 KLYG STREET. C
Finding it necessary to enlarge our Establ
our increasing business, as well as for the bett<
trons, we are now offering, preparatory to th<
ains in order to Reduce Stock.
We invite Special Attention to our Rich D
lins, French Poplins, Mohairs, Empress ClotI
Colored Plaids and Stripes, Rich Dress Silks, B
lish Coburgs, together with many other desirat
Stock, and will be sold at prices below cost of I
PRAT T A WMi
NO. 238 KING STREET,
N. A. PR.\TT1, S. W. WIL
Ch. to late C. S. N. and M. Bureau.
oH 3 MEETUR
Direct Importers of Pux
October 31 3m.
ReStaurant arid Lodgings.N
B. M. ELEASE. Agent. i
3B & CO.,
on to our Stock, which hag
f the late fall in the market.
Merchants, replenishing thet Stocks.
nts prices, for CASh or CIt AC:
,y part of the State.
ARGEST STOCK to select front
STOLL, WEBB & Ca.
King-St., at Bancroft's Old Stand.
'inc Fancy Goods!
rtment of Beautiful Lace Setts, elegantly
in all the new Shapes in Valenciennes,
e yard of all descriptious, Lace Waists,
its' Rmbroidered Robes, Caps and Waists,
)resses, together with many other choice
nions" French Pomades, Powder Boxes,.
Ladies Scarfs and Cravats, Fine Hair
and Nail Brushes, Jet and Steel Clasps,.
, Cloth and Woolen Gloves, Gents'Gloves,
s, &c., &c.
.R. READ & CO.,
int,opposite Ilasel, Charleston, S. 0.
urnl, the largest and most complete As
Roo,m every variety, shape and finish of
to all the Medium and Elegant grades et
g and Square Black MerinoShawls, Break
J. R. READ & 00.
reet, Opposite LHasell, Charleston, 8. C.
UAIR?LEASTOY, S. C.
ih ment for the successful prosecution of
-r accommnodation of our friend4 and pa
Intended Improvement, some Rare Bar
-ess Goods, comprising Elegant Irish Pop
s, Pnplinetts, Mourning ini all varieties,
ae-k and Colored, Erench Merinoes, Eng
le Dress Goods, Marked Down to Reduco
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King-St., Charleston, 8. C.
L8, P ElFUIMKEIIY,
CIIARLESTON, S C.
BoN, P. B. WILSONi.
Chemist to late C.S. Ord..Departn'?.
A X, South Carolina.
e Drugs & Chemicals,
)N, S. '.
H. L. Brantly,
vil Engineer, Architeet and
Offers his services to the citizens of
wherry, and surrounding Districts.
A fter si'. teen years practical experience
his profession, he insures satisfaction to
who may employ him ; the courts are aId
vs satisfied with his Surveys of lands.
1he plats will be perfectly neat and uns
-eDoa. Dem. 19. 1866. 51rf