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_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....NOVEMBER 2, 1865.
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
?_>._7ic_:_ts
IV. E. Corner or Kitig nml Iluncl-strects,
Entrance ou IlascUstreet.
aOLD.SILVEK AN- CXCI! VSOI? BOUGHT AND SOLD,
BLVtAL:; ?IAMBS FOR SALE.
Octobcr2_ Imo
"SAML. C. BLACK,
No. 5 BROAD-STREET (Up Stair.*.),
STOCK, REAL ESTATE BROKER
AHD
COMMISSION AGENT GENERALLY.
WILL BUY AND SELL STOCKS, BONDS. COIN,
Exchange, Ban!. N.'iw- CouponsaudReal Estatj,
October '?0 __Imo
M. P. MATHESON,
(I?.TE OF H. Vf. C?INNER k CO.)
33 r oker,
AND DEALER IN COIN, BANK NOTES, AND
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANt.E,
l?o. 9 BROAD-STREET.
October 20_Ugjg
WILUAMB. HEBIOT k CO,
BANKERS
AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
No. ?2-4? King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
BECEIVB deposits and allow interest
THEREON.
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX
CHANGE.
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE
TURNS.
References in New Yorks
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN ft CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS k CO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esei., President Great Wealcrn
Insurance Company.
B. J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wall-street.
GEORGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Inmir
anco Company. _October 20
BRANCH, SONS & CO,,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
AUGUSTA, G A.
-^iTFICE FOR TUE rilESENT AT OEOROIA n.VII?OAD DANK.
THOS. BRANCH & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 90 MAIN-STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
THOS. BRANCH & SONS,
Bankers and Commission Merchants,
SYCAMORE-STREET, PETERSBURG, TA.
DEALERS IN COIN, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
EXCHANGE, Southorn Bank Notes, Stocks and
Bonds.
Interest allowed on Deposits. CoRcctions made
throughout tin- United States, aud special attention given
to the redemption of Soulhorn Bank Notes for Banks'
accounts.
Liberal advances made on consignments of Cotton,
Tobacco, and other products, to their correspondents in
Baltimore, Now York, Liverpool, Bremen and Antwerp.
OST THE UNDERSIGNED, FOR THE LAST TWEN
TY-FIVE years an Officer of the Bank of Augusta, can
now bo found at tho Office of Messrs. Boancii, Sons k
Co., Bankers and Brokers, Augusta, Go., ?'hero ho will
bo pleased to see bis friends and tho public generally,
Ele dgin g his efforts to give satisfaction to all who may
ivor him with their patronage. Money will be received
on deposit, and Checks paid.
GEO. W. MORGAN, Cashier.
October 17 uthslmo
PETIT & BLYDEN,
Co-unission aud Forwanliiig Merchant?,
_STo. 1 _=3 _v?eetii_g-st.
IFOR THE PRESENT),
CHARLESTON, S. C,
1??TILL ATTEND TO THE SALE OF COTTON AND
W PRODUCE. AND TO THE PURCHASE OF MER
CHANDISE GENERALLY.
Parties consigning goods to our care must place us in
fonds to defray expenses thereon, before gooda are for
warded.
EDMUND W. PETIT.CHRISTOPHER BLYDEN.
October 23_lmo
NORTH, STELLE & WAR.DELL,
WnOLBSAI?. D?U?BS _f ,
FANCY GOODS.
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.
THo. 107 Meeting _trcet, Charleston, S. C.
J. B. ST?E_E. | I C. C. NOBTH,
A. W. Wabdel^, Jr. ( | Now York.
October 18 * Smos
ROBINSON 8s NELSON,
NO. 200 KING-STREET,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT 01
LADIES' AND GENTS*
BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS,
WHICH THEY OFFER TO SELL LOW.
October 21_lmo*
W. B. WILLIAMS,
(LATE OF OA?DWELL, BLAKELT. k <X). AND BLVKELY I
' vi i.i. r a _s, )
FACTOR AND COMMISSION ME.RC1IAN1
No. 5 EXCHANGE-STREET, .
October 30 lmo? CHARLESTON, S. C.
HOWE, D0UCIN & CO.,
Commission ZVf ^reliants
Ship Chandlers and Grocers,
So. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
O. HOWE, J_.P. M. DOUCIN.E. 0. BOWJ
c. & ?Th?we,
Commission Merchants,
No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
-O. HOWE, JB.e. o. HOW1
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention giver| t
gales of Merchandise Produoo purchased on Comi?fj
al?n, and liberal advance*? made.
Refer by permission to Mcsstb. Hkkby Swift _ Co
No. 115 Broadway; Jko. M. Smith's Son _ Co., No. 1?
Broad-st; Kbmp, Dax k Co., No. 110 WaU-st.; Thomj
k Bkwham, No. 108 Broad-st., N. Y. Orno* August 24
?LNEY &~Co7
No. 11 VENDUE RANGE,
General Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN t
LIME, CEMENT,
CALOn>_D AND LAND PLASTER,
LATHS, HAIR,
WHITE PINE.JWHITEWOOD oa POPLA1
OAK AND ASH LUMBER, 4c., kc
Gee?. W. oiuiy . h. b. Olnoy....C. C. Ola?
October a , - ?m
THADDEUS STREET,
Commission Merchant,
No. 74 East Bay.
CHARLESTON. 9. C.
November 1
T. S. & T. G. BUDD,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
No. 13 VANDERHORST'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
-\XTILL RECEIVE CONSIGNMENTS OF MEROHAN
> V DISE nnd PRoDUtJE. net ns Agenta for Stcaniors
and ouil Vessels, recelTO au.l forward goods por Ilall
rood, ship cotton to the North and Europe, niako ad
vances ou the sumo when consigned to our Mends; fill
orders for Cotton, Hice, Naval Store?, Ac.
November 1 __
J. ___. E-STSLOW?,
(Late of lue firm of Mordscat k Co.,)
Has resumed the
Auction, SUfislng and-Commission Business
At No. l.'i.-> Enst Hay,
One door north of Um union Bank. Libor.il advance!
maelo on consignments.
October 31_ B
BROWNE & SCfflRMER,
FORWARDING
AND
Commission Merchants.
W. K. BROWNE, IF. M. SCHIRMER.
Orangoburg, 8. C. No. 0 Exchange-street,
Charleston, S. C.
ON THE COMPLETION OF THE SOUTH CAROLI
NA RAILROAD to Hopkins'and Columbia, wo will
continue business at each placo respectively.
References.?John Fraser & Co. Charleston. S. C. ;
W. I?. Hall, Charleston, S, C. ? T. Sarago Uoyward k
Sons, Anguslu, Qa. lmo* Oetobor 9
HERIOT BROTHERS,
General Co_ii_.ission Merchants,
Lo. 9 EXCHANGE-STREET,
RACE OF OLD POST-OFFICE.
JOHN R. UEUIOT. Jit.B. M. HERIOT.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
OF COTTON, NAVAL STORES and other produco,
Refehkncer? Vf. R. HERIOT k CO.. Charleston, H.
C; DEHEREST & WYOANT, New York; HARMON
D. HULL A- CO., Now York, JOHN SLEIOHT. rough
keepslc. N. Y. lmo October 2
WILLIAM ROM,"
(late hbxbi Kissaooa & co.)
General Commission Merchant,
AND
Agent of Merchants? Use of Vessels,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Octobsr 1 lmo
G. H. &" J. 6. MOFFETT,
COTTON FACTORS
Anil Forwureliim Commission Mercliniit?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON
Cotton, Naval Stores, and Produce of all
kinds.
G. H. MOFFETT.J. O. MOFFETT.
October 17 lmo*
W. C. BEE.THEODORE D. JERVEY
WILLIAM C. BEE & CO.,
F_-_C T ORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ko. 18 EAST BAT.
October 6 3mos
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SHIP k STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 126 AND 128 MEETING-STREET
AND Nos. 53 AND 65 HASEL-STREET,
< hmimton, 8. O.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON OON8IGNMENTS.
August 15_
WILBUR k SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and 8
(tfiulmers-streot,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER
CHANDD3E, either for Public or Private Sale, re
spectfully solicited. Real Estate, In City or Country,
purchased and sold strictly on commission,
September '27
33. McC_-_:_--_*,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION,
AND
tJeneral Collecting Agent,
OFFICE No. 61 BROAD-STREET,
f'HAltl.HSTO.V, S. C,
HAS RESUMED BU8INE88, AND 80LICrTS THE
confidence of his frionds and former patrons,
heretofore so extensively bestowed.
Strict personal attention given to the purchase and
salo of HEAL E8TATE, Stocks, Bonds, Foreign E_
change, Government and Personal Securities, Merchan
dise, kc, exclusively on comiuiAlon.
Ont-door Sales at Auction promptly executed.
Agencies and Consignments of Merchandise solicited.
Houses Bented, Rents and Aocounts collected, ai
heretofore
Advances on property placed In hands for sale.
October 26 lmo
WILLIAM M. PELOT,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
For the Present, 54 Bcaufulii-strett, Firs
House West from Corner of Coniliig-st.
WILL PURCHASE OR SELL PLANTATIONS
FARMS, HOU8E!3 AND LOTS, GOLD AND 8H
VER. STOCKS AND B0ND8, HORSES AND VEHICLES
HOUHEHOLD FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, GROOB
RIES, or any other commodity. Out-door sales am
consignments solicited.
Hour ' n Rented at shortest notice.
BKFEBBN0E8:
Hon. . Jlam Alkon, Messrs. Willis k Chlsolrq, An
thouy 3. bolinas, Esq., Charleston, 8. 0.
B. T. Rodgcra, Esq., Frederick A. Ford, Esq., J. C
Btveduiaii, Alken, S. O.
Messrs. Atkinson & Shecut, J. Alma Pelot, Eeq., Bet
Jam In S . Pelot, Esq., F. C. Barbor k Son, Augusta, Oa.
Siberia Ott, Esq., Morohant, Now York.
October 10 tuths
JAS. B. GAHILL,
OENERAh
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines & Liquor*
No. 171 Broad-street,
AlMiUHTA, GEORGIA.
CONBIGNUKNTS SOLICITED.
Beptomber 1 Smoa
MIKELL & BOYLE,
For^varcling
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HOPKINS' TURN-OUT, S. C. R. R.
STRICT ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGNMENTS
of all MERCHANDISE for elthor Greenville or
Charlotte Road, or any point in interior of State. Ordors
for tho Shipment and Purchasing of Cotton solicit??,
K. W. MIKIit?,.W_. A. 110K.E.
Novoinbor 1 Imo*1*
JACOB S. SCHIRMER,
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Rice
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. IS Nor tu. Commercial Wharf,
October ?IO lmo_CHARLESTON. 9. 0.
ROBERTSON, BLACKLOCK & CO.
Factors and Commission merchants,
Vanderliorst's Wharf,
CIIAU-TCSTON, S. C.
Alexander nonrnTPos.?roan e. blacsmok.
i:i>\v.m;i> N. TltUll:ROW.
October 2G lmo
JOS. B. RUSSELL.CUAS. S. ELLIS.
RUSSELL & ELLIS,
Commission Merchants,
Wilmington, N. C.
October 30 Guio*
CHAS. W. HENRY,
Factor & Commission Merchant,
Vanderliorst's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 24 lmo*
FACTORS.
JAMES M. CALDWELL & SONS,
_STo. 5 Cordes-street,
BET. EAST BAY * KBRE'I WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oetobor 20 lmo
"WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS.
"ITriLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALE ANU
\V SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic PorU) ol
COTTON, RICE, LU.MUEIt and NAVAL STORE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R.CUISOLM.
October 2(?
NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
AUCTIONEERS',
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
S. W. cor. Meeting ami TVcntworth-strcets,
(ii\i;i,i*,sTov. s. c.
M. H. NATH-N.USUEL OTTOLENGUI.
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO _LL
consign-?cnts entrusted to them, and rcfljicct?il
ly solicit a share ol patronage.
Will koop constantly on hand all styles ol light Vohl
cleu and Harness.
Agouin for Leather Delling and Fire-engine Hois.
REFERENCES.
Meas. O. W. Williams _ Co. Moss. IIewiit Cobia k Co.
Mess. Mabuil?_,, Beach ic Co. Mess. Willis _ Ch_ol_.
October 16
J. M. EASON,
Commission Agent,
No. 9 EXCHANUE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Ootolx?' 10
B. M. MARSHALL,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION ACrENT,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT HIS OLD STAND,
No. S3 Broad-street. Attends to the BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE, Ac,
Ac. Also to the RENTING ot HOUSES. Sopterabor 6
T1WR-ER, SOHLE & CO.,
K EAL E S TAT E
_STo. __ State-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAMES D. THURBER.CHARLES C. BOULE.
Ootober 25 lmo*
H. L. JEFFERS & GO,,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
FORWARDING AGENTS,
For tlio preannt, can bo found at
_SJ"o. 80 East Bay.
October 6 lmo*
B. S. RHETT & SON
FACTORS
AND
General Commission Merchants
HAVE RESUMED BUSINESS AT THEIR OLI
STAND,
Ho. O MIODLE ATLANTIC WHARF*.
October 3 to tin lmo*
LUMSDEN & _TGEE,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
H AVINO BUILT A LARGE STORE HOUSE IN Till
most central part of tho city, convenient to tb
different Railroads and Hotels, aro prepared to roceIt
Cotton and other Produce and Merchandise f-oneraUj
TO BE SOLD EITHER AT AUCTION OR PRIVAT]
BALE.
Wo -will also give strict attention to the STORETNO Ol
FORWARD?40 of all gootla directed to our care.
J. L. LUMSDEN.JOHN W. McGEE,
Columbia, S. O. Lato of Richmond, Vs
R_r_bnoi? : H. T. Peake, Esq. Charleston, S. 0.
RufunM. JolniRon, Veil, Columbia, S. C. ; lion. T. C
Peri?i, Abbeville, 8. C,;Mobob H. Orinnell, E?q., No?
York-, Messrs. J. k F. Dawson, Charleston, 8. 0. ; O. W
Williams _ Co., Charleston, S. C. ; Oov. B. F. Perry.
September 28 thstu lmo*
E. B. STODDABD & CO,,
W1IOI,K8jU,K DBA?BBS IK
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKi
AT THEIR. OLD STAND,
No. 1G5 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
nrUKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR Rl
1_ SUMPTION of business, find invite tho attentio
of purchasers to their Stock, which is noir complete.
Boptember M
WILLIAM GURNET,
Wholesale Grocer
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 102 EAST I3_-_Y,
CHARLESTON, S . C .
BUTTER, CHEESE AND PROVISIONS.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
October 11 lino
G. DAVIS 85 CO.,
DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
AND
FINE GROCERIES,
No. 243 King-street, in the Bend.
JJ?-ALL ORDERS BY MAIL OR EXPRESS
PROMPTLY ?VITEN DED TO.
ei.MlUIKL.UAVl.-j.W. W. FATSTTK.
October 21 lmo
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
October 21
W, H. CHAFEE,"
Wholcsnle Grocer & Commission Merchant,
No. 205 Ea?t Bay,
OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
October 10 lmo
E. & G. M. COFFIN,
Collection Agents,
Assembly-street, near Washington,
COLUMBIA, S. O.
WILL ATTEND TO THE COLLECTION OF B-.LS,
NOTES, DRAFTS. RENTS AND INTERESTS and
dues of aU kind*?. Remittances promptly made.
October 28 stuthlniey*
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
L. C. CLIFFORD.J. FR/VSER MATHEWES.
AUCTIONEERS,
Brokers mid Commission Merchants,
WILL ATTEND TO THE TURCIIASE AND SALE OP
HOUSES and LANDS, Bouda, Stocka, Produce,
Furniture, Ac.
ALSO,
Tho RENTING of HOUSES.
RecelvUiK und Forwarding oidora solii-ltcd. Ofllcc No.
31?? BRO.VD-.VTREET. lmo October 11
LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
AUCTIONEERS
A>l>
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(Successors to U. k A. P. Ciildevoll _ Co.)
Nos. 140 AND 142 W___i-?-STR1_3T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
H. Z. LATJREY.R. M. ALEXANDER.
October C lmo
SHACKELFORD k FRASER,
(ACCOMMODATION WHARF),
CHARLESTON, S. C,
FRASER k SHACKELFORD,
GEORGETOWN, S. C,
Commission and Shipping
MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN COTTON. RICE, AND NAVAI
STORES. Prompt attention given to the Sale, Pur
chase, or Shipment of Produce and General Merchan
dise.
Vf. Vf. SHACKELFORD, S. S. FRASER,
Charleston, S. C. Georgetown, 8- C.
October 3 _ lm?>*
fu_T?_TFrau_OT
Timber, Lumber and Wood Merchants,
(TORRE'S STEAM SAW MILL)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
George Tapper.Jun. G. Thunton
WELL PURCHASE, OR RECEIVE ON CONSIGN
MENT for sale, TIMBER, LUMBF.K. WOOD,
Shingle? and Laths. lmo October 5
C. N. AVERILL & SON,
Auction and General Commission
M E H C H_-__Sr TS 9
No. 20 HAY1YE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OS- Rofor to G. W. WiLi_v_s k Co.
0. N. AVERILL.J. H. .'^ERILL
October 6 i mo*
ROBERTSON & HAIG,
Receiving and Forwarding Agents,
BRANCHVTLLE, S. C.
Hbhry C. Robertson, ) IR. M. Haio,
Charleston, 8. C. ) ( Charleston, S. C
WE WOULD INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND PA
TRONS In CharlcHtou and August?, that wo wil
follow the S. C. Railroad from Branchvllle to Augusta
and are now prepared to Receive and Forward Cottoi
and MerchancUzo. There will bo no delay In tho tr?ne
portation of MerchaneUzo, as we have secured wagons t
run between Branchvllle and Johnson'sT. O. auffielen
to move nil Freight. tuf? October 17
T . J. MOISE &. CO.,
(T. J. MOISE.J. H. MOSES
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 100 WATER-ST., NEW YORK.
THE SUBSCRIBER, LATE OF THE FIRM OF T. J
& O H. MOISE 4 00., Charleston, S. C, ha
formed a copartnership, as above, for the purpose c
conducting a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS ii
the city of New York.
His Firm will be prepared to males tho usual advance
upon COTTON, NAVAL 8TORES, and PRODUCE gene
r_ly.
A long experience In bnylng, and a thorough know!
odgo of the New York market, will enable him to offei
with confidence, his services as a PURCHASER o:
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF OOOD8.
AU orders, whether large or small, w_i rcoe?v
PROMPT AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION. FREIGH'
ARRANGEMENTS will bo made, and every advantag
socurod which will conduce to tho lnterost of those wh
_vor him with their bus?iess. T. J. MOISE.
? BBFBBBlfOKS:
GEO. W. WILLIAMS _ CO., Charleston.
JOHM CHEESBOROUGH, Cashlor Bank Charleeto:
Charleston.
TH08. BRANCH k SONS, Petersburg.
W. H. STARK, 8avannah.
MULLER _ SENN, Columbia.
8TUROEH, BENNETT k CO., Now York.
W. B. MEEKER, Cashier Bank New York, New York.
J. B. WILSON, Richmond.
WILCOX k HAND, Augusto
JAMES SEYMOUR, Macon.
October 91 stuth lmo
W. BROOKBANKS,
PRACTICAL GAS FITTER k PLUMBEE
-_LL8 HOUSE, ENTRANCE ON Q?EEN-ST.
August 14
Dr- GEO. E. Tit??SCOT.
OFFICE N?>. 9 WENTWORTH-TRKET. BES-OENCE
No. 80 Mcetiii'--:'t:*o: t. lraii** Kovo?iberl
~~DR. WM. T WRAGG,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
N o. 21 Enst B a 11 o r y.
October 2f> thatut*
MUCKE?FUSS & SHAFFERr
SURGEON DENTISTS,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR DE?.TAL ROOMS TO NO.
4-ii K1NU-STREKT (up stalls), opposite ?..indul
t*?*uarc. tuUta imo*> Octntorlfl
B. A. EODEIGU?S, M. B~
SURGEON DENTIST,.
BOUiia NOIl_HWE5T CORNER OP SOCIETX
AND -lEETINO-STREETS.
Octolx-r 13 lmo*
J. R. SOLOMONS, M. D^
DENTIST,
II ASEL- STREET,
NEXT CATHOLIC C II ? I'. C II.
October C lino*
A. XV. B?kel.A. _ '. turn Voo-nlcn?
fit. W. ECKEL & CO.,
Apothecaries and Chemists,
No. -15 -_-s-sti*<eet, N-ciu* Market,
Charleston, So. Ca.
OUR STOCK COMPRISES A FULL ASSORTMENT
of every article apiK.-rta?iinw to tho buatncsfl, all of tho
FIRST QU ALITV, &ud at rcayoiiable prices.
Prescription** prepared at all hours of the tliy and
night, lmo October 20
New Drug Store
AT FLORENCE, S.C.
"-IT/T, RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS,
V T an?l lUu Publia generally, that wo an; now receiv
ing, and will >soeii o_cr, at wholesale and rct?il, the larg
est and Ix-Ht ?.elected stock of fine Mcillo?ios, Oh?uicals.
Paints, Oil?, Dye Str.f?, Perfumery, Soaps, IJru<?b?;8, kc,
in fact, ?-very article usually found in a nm-tVclost Drug
store.
Our stock lias been ? elected fr.mi Mm larffOOl importing
houses of Haw York and Philadelphia, by one of ex?
perienco; consequently wo fool no Uesltottou in warrant
lng every article as Iilluk strictly pure.
PrcscriptlotiH will be accurately and neally compound
cd, at all hours of the day ami night.
October 21 JARRATT, BACOT .* CO.
Messrs. McCRADY & SON,
Attorneys at Law,
HAVE RESUMED TUE PRACTICE OF THEIR PRO
FESSION", and for tho present may be found at No. CO
MEETING-STREET, next tho South Carolina Sooioty
Hall. Oct>?jrr25
WILLIAM EHETT,
ATTORNEY & MAGISTRATE,
X?. 30 DROAD-STllEE'l'.
October H
G. BAILEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J8_- OFFICE No. 33 BR?AD-ST11EET.
October \C, lm
I_. W. SPEATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE OVER M-AY - CA_??___*, IIASKL-STKEET,
NEXT DOOR TO POST-OFFICE.
He will act as Agent' In procuring PARDONS- and ad>
listing CLAIMS on Treasury Department.
August lti
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AGENTS FOR
Orleans Line of Southern Packets,
NO. 19 VANDERHORSTS WHARF.
?" ? -Utrat, } CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Advances made on con.signmoata.
WM. H. BOBSON & Co., Agenta in New York.
October 9 lmo
H. T. PETERS,
U. S. Licensed. Lottery,
AOEXT FOU THE -AXAOZRS OF THE DELAWARE, KBK
TI.-CKV AND IIIH-SOUIU STATE I.OTTEHIES,
OFFICE No. 36 ftUEEN-STREET.
Combination?Three number plan draws every day.
Havana plan Lottery draws tho lost day of every month.
Whole tickets, $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2.G0; Eighths,
$1.25. Address H. T. - ETERS, No. 36 Queen-st.,
Octobor 10_lmo_Or Key Bor 52 V. O.
D. O'NEILL & SONS,
?ANTJFACT-BERS AND D-ALEIIS IS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 375 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK O?
FINE FITR AND WOOL HAT8,
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
September 21_?no?
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
C0BNEB KIN? AND S0fII?TV-STS.
-O??
THE ABOVE HOTEL HAS BEEN COMPLETEL!
renovated and refttrnlshed, and is now open for 'the pa
tronage of the public, under an entirely now manage
ment.
A BAR, fitted up with the latest and most modern im
provements, is attached to tho Houbo, where may always
be found LIQUORS of the moat superior quality in tno
Olty.
LIQUOR con bo obtained at tho table, and will ?loo
be furnished In tho rooms at all boars and all days of
tho week, if desired.
Mr. H. H. PARSONS, formorly connected with th?
Pavilion Hotel, Is attached to tin? Hotel, and would bo
gait?led to meet any of his old friends.
LORING & BENNETT, Proprietors.
August 24 3mo
GILMOR HOUSE,
MONUMENT SQUARE,
Baltimore, Md.
THIS FIRST GLASS HOTEL nAS BEEN NEW__
furnished throughout, and 1? now opon for the re
oeptlon of guest?. KIRKLAND At CO.
October 4_lmo
METROPOLITANHOTEL
LATE BROWN'S,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THIS LEA-INQ HOTEL, RENOVATED AN_ RB.
FUBNISHED, is ho* - in perfect order for tho r?.
option and accommotlatlon of Its old patrons.
September 90 3*_o

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