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_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....NOVEMBER 15, 1865.
s ?Si?*., two.
Of. CARTOONS WHITE, BLACK AND COLORED
?O TAFFETA RIBBON S
35 cartoons ?Lick mid While Bonnet Ribboui
20 eartocti*? Fancy Bound Ribbons
UUO ?lor.en L-Mliee' Whit? Cotton Hose
UDO dozen Heut'? Brows Half Hose
100 dozen Lot-loft' and Gent'* Gloves
CO dozen Clent't? Merino Vesta
Prints, DeLnines, Bleached LengcloUiP.
Received per Steamer Albambra, and for suie by
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
NO 1 HAYNE-STREET,
Immediately opp. Me-mrs. G. W. Williams k Co.
FANCY AND STRAW MILLINERY
""OF THE LATEST STYLES.
Also, a complete assortment of GENTS', LADIES' and
CHILDREN'S ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HOSIERY;
Gloves, Veils, Head Neta, Belts, Buckles, Crape Collars,
<'ornrtH, Ladle?' and Children's Woolen Hoods, Nubias,
Notions and Fancy Good? generally.
Up Stairs?At No..457 King-street,
SEVENTH HOU8E NORTH OF CALHOUN-STREET.
?gbrt7d??y & od.,
No. 26 HAYNE-STREET,
Adjoining Charleston Hotel.
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND FANCY
Of every Description,
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND:
BLANK, BUSINESS AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS
Cap, Legal, BRI, Letter and Note PAPERS
Envelopes, all Bizee?Clotb-llned and Legal
Gold, Steel, Rubber and Quill Pens
Copying Presses, Copying Books and Letter Files
Ink and Sponge Stande, Letter Scales
Taber'B, Eagle's and Carpenter's Lead Pencils, Ac, Ac.
| Twine and Paper Bags, for all Trades.
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING,
IK ALL ITS BRANCHES.
-T SOLE AGENTS FOR
i "New Tort Sbipr? & Commercial List."
J?-TRADE OF CITY MERCHANTS SOLICITED.
JOS"COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
143-PRIOES WARRANTED TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
November 7 12
HAS RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL GOODS
requisite in bis line of business, which he offers,
as usual, cheap.
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC 8EQARS
CIOARETTOS and LADIES' 8EGARS
LORD-LARD'S, SOLACE, and other brands
CHEWING TOBACCO, at reduced pikes
BNUFF, in Jars, Potties, and Bladders
TURKISH TOBACCO, in Bladders, and all o'.ber
brands in present demand
PIPES ? Mcersbauni and Imitation, Eava,
.China, Briar, Rosewood, Boxwood,and
all other kinds. A large and well
Tot sale, wholesale and retail, at the
CHEAP SEGAR STORE
No. 392 KING-STREET,
A few doors above George-street.
November 1 lmo
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
Formerly of No. 29!Hayne-Strect.
JUST RECEIVED "AND NOW IN STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY.
No. 163 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
October'?1 . lmo
Banking House of L. Gambrill.
CHARLESTON, S. C. October.., 1??5.
THE UNDEHSrONEJ) 18 PREPARED TO DO A
GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS, and lnwlnR se
cured one of Ltlllcs' Patent Chilled Iron Fire and Bur
clar Prool Hafcs, ig now prepared to receive Deposits, to
be checked for at the will of the depositor. Interest of
five per cent, pur annnm, however, will be allowed on
balances of one thousand dollars and upwards. Check
Books will be furnished customers. I have appointed
Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND my Attorney and Cashier.
|Ho will assist mo In that capacity in carrying on my bu
Bslness. A portion of the business of the community is
|aoliclt?r1. _,. GAMBRILL.
October 34 luo
EROCKERY AT WHOLESALE,
AT So. 11 HAVNK-STnEICT,
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
FORRESTON & McLEAN,
JOBBERS AND DEALEHS IN GERMAN. FRENCH.
Enulish and American TOYS. Hosiery, Trimmings
and Fancy ?oodn, Hats, Capo, Fire Work? and Yankee
621 King-st, near the Upper Guard House,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
T. P. FORRESTON.Vf. McLEAN.
November 13 _ _ 0*
muilisr ITUBE !
LATEST AND MOST DURABLE STYLES.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Nob. 180 and 138 MEETISG-STHEET,
Noa. 63 and 55 HA8EL-STREET.
KESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR PATRONS THAT
they wlU receive, on tho 18th Instant, tho SIXTH
CARGO of dcsirablu COTTAGE FURNITURE, at which
time they will bo prepared to supply them at their usual
moderate rates. November 9
Fire Insurance Comp'v
OF NE XV YORK.
Fire Insurance Comp'v
OF NEW YORK.
RI8K8 ON DWELLINGS.. STORES, 8TOCK8 OF
Goods, Cotton In Store, and in land Transporte
Uon, taken at low rates.
Dosses promptly adjusted and paid.
SIMONS k FORD. Agents,
October 25 32 No. 90 Hasel-street
FIRE AND MATURE
16 3 Meeting-street,
REPRESENTING iSIX FIR8T CLASS NEW YORK
CITY COMPANIES, of long and undoubted standing,
with aggregate Cash Capital of
Ten Millions of Dollars.
FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION
RISKS taken on as favorable terms as any responsible
Company, and losses promptly settled.
TIPPER Si LANE, Agent?,
No. 163 MEETING-STREET.
October 2. lmo*
OLD SOUTHERN EXCHANGE
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND POPULAR
IS NOW OPEN.
AND THE BEST MEALS TO BE HAD IN CHARL
TON, is what this place has always been celebrated
and we are pledged to keep up the reputation.
Cull and see for yourself at
No. 125 Meetingf-st.
October 23 _
"LIVE OAK CLUB HOUSE.'1
No. 33 GEORGE-STREET
Free Lunch at 11 A. HI. and O P. M.,
13 very Day.
Dinners and Suppers to Order,"
IN THE LIVE OAK STYLE.
Lodging ibr Gentlemen.
October 19 lmo
CORNER KING AND 80CIET?-STS.
THE ABOVE HOTEL HAS BEEN COMPLETEL1
renovated and refuniished, and is now open for the pa
tronage of the public, under an entirely new manage
A BAR, fitted up with the latest and most modera Im
provements, is attached to the House, where may alwayi
be found LIQUORS of the most superior quality In the
LIQUOR can be obtained at the table, and will also
t>e furnished La the rooms at all hours and all daya of
he week, U desired.
Mr. H. H. PARSONS, formerly connected with th?
Pavilion Hotel, lu attached to the Hotel, and would be
jratiflod to meet any of his old friends.
- TORINO & BENNETT, Proprietors.
August 21 3mo
'rUIE OLD GLOBE HOTEL, CORNER BROAD AND
JL Jackson streets, having passed into the hands of
,V. C. HEWITT, hito of the "Hewitt Houso," Va., has
jeeu thoroughly renovated, and 1h now Open for the re
'option of visitors to tho city. He wiU bo most happy
o see his old friends and the traveling public goncrally
it tho GLOBE, where they will receive every attention,
md meet with the very best accommodation tho South
:rn country can afford.
Vf. C. HEWITT. Proprietor.
Col. G. H. Sonus, Clerk. lmo November 4
NEW YORK HOTELf
No. 383 King-Street.
FE UNDERSIGNED HAS THE PLEA8URE TO AN
NOUNCE to tho citizens of Charleston, strangers
rrlvinn here, and the general public, that ho has estab
ished himsolf in the above desirable locality, and la pre
>ared to accommodate them with good rooms and ex
ellont board at REASONABLE PRICKS. Ho has also
.lways on bond a CHOICE SELECTION of FINE
VINE8, LIQUORS and 8EOAR.H. at Wholesale and R?V
ail, and puro WINES and LIQUORS bottled expressly
or family use.
All goods guaranteed as represented. Call and boo.
October 80 lmo M. M?_LAUOHLIN.
WASHIHOTOlNr, D. C.
rHI8 LEADING HOTEL, BENOVATED AND .RE
PURNISUBD, la now in perfect order tor the re
ption and accommodation of its old patrons.
September 30 8mo
MAOULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL
FINE CLOTHING HOUSE,
HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 1C9 MEETING-STREET
NO. 270 KING-STREET,
CORKER OF HASEL,
O H A. H, X.E.S T O 3ST, S. O
NO. 159 MEETING-STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
CLOTHS AND CASSIAIKRES
BLANKETS AND EI.A.V.MCLS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAINES AND PRINTS
PLAIN AND PLAID LINSEYS
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
BROWN & BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Sontag's and Nubias.
A COMPLETE STOCK OP
TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TRADE.
rE SUBSCRIBER "WILL SELL HIS CLOTH8 AND
CAS8IMEREB by tbe yard. AR tbat are in want of
a good article will und it to tbeir interest to examine bis
Always In Store, a choice assortment o? FURNISHING
GOODS, for gcntlemen'a wear.
A.. S. HULL, ^a-g't,
AT WELCH'S OLD STAND,
Corner Meeting and Market streets.
November 1 lyr
BIRD'S OLD STORE,
NO. 249 KING-STREET.
J. R. BIGELOW
Offers for Sale at No. 349 Klng-atre? ?, a com
plete n m sort mnit of
Boots, Stationery, ana Fancy Goods,
INCLUDING PAPER OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. EN
VELOPES of all colora and nixes, Pena, Pendle. Inks,
Instand*, Slates, Blank Books, Memorandum Books,
Playing Cards, Wallets, rocket Knives, Paper Hangings,
?c. ; School, Miscellaneous and Juvenile Books, Dong
noee. Song Books, Dream Books, Chessmen, Cbeqnera;
a complete assortment of Photograph Albums, Photo
graph Ctrds (colored and plain), Colored Lithographs
and Pictures, Paper Doll?, Ac.?oil of which will be sold
it the lowea leash prioes. Fresh invoices of stock re
ceived ivory week. Blank Books of every description
made to order. When you desire anything in the Book,
stationery and Fancy Goods Uno, please call at No. 249
KING-STREET (Bird's Old Store).
November4 _ 18_J. K. BIOELOW.
Down Town Bobk-Store.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, LETTER PRE88E8,
DAY B00K8, NOTE, LETTER, CAP,
JOURNALS, LEDGERS, BILL, LEGAL, RECORD
SASH BOOKS, AND ENVELOPE PA?
ItECORD BOOKS. PER.
RECEIPT BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER AND OF
30P?ING BOOKS, FICIAL ENVELOPES.
'With a complete assortment of
Quill, Steel and. Gold Pens,
PENCIL CASES, PEN-HOLDERS,
AKD KVZBY VARIETY. OP
OFFICE AND SCHOOL STATIONERY.
ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES, POCKET WALLEYS
CASH AND DEED BOJCES, BANKERS' CASES.
SCHOOL BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
SCHOOL AND LOG SLATES,
By tbo Caso, Dozen or Single One.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS IN GREAT VARIETY,
ENGLISH TOY BOOKS.
The above, with many Articles in my Une, aro offered
it low rates, Wbolesolo and Uetsil, by
S. O. COURTENAY,
October 18 No. 9 Broad-street
FBEE?AN * POND?T
?oiler-makers, Blacksmiths, Machinists and
B0TLER8 AND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIP.
TION BUILT AND REPAIRED.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS executed with dis
EAST END OF PINCKNEY-STREET.
/iBOrKICi Fa-tBMAH.AUGUSTUS F. Pu.-IDT.
Octo jtr 16 Lao*
No. 203 East Bay,
WHITE LEADS ZINCS
COLORS, DRY AND IN OIL.
LINSEED, RAW AND BOILED
LARD, WHALE, SrERM
TANNER8, OF ALL GRADES
KEROSENE, IN CANS AND BARRELS.
ENGLISH COACH BODY
JAPAN, BROWN AND BLACK.
vJ_T~ J_<ELS S?
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
SINGLE AND DOUBLE THICK.
PAINT, DUST, SCRUB
FLOOR, STREET, ?Vc*.
STAND, HAND, HALL
With all Fixtures, snch as Chimncye, Burners, Ac.
OF ALL SIZES.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
RAILROAD DEPOT FAMILY
COAL BUTCHERS, Ac.
PLATFORMS OF ALL SIZES
From 400 to 4000 lbe.
PIRE, BURGLAR & D1MP PROOF
THE ONLY SURE PROTECTION FROM FIRE
TO FURCH-A. SE:
ROSIN and TURPENTINE.
THE HIGHEST CASH PBICE8 WILL BE PAID FOB
the above article* at
MOSES GOLDSMITH ?Si SON'S,
October 23_lmo_No. 4 Vendne Range.
Nos. 39 ?and 40 Park Row.
ALL KIND OF MERCHANDISE PURCHASED.
Exporicxued and competent buyers engaged.
Orders filled promptly and faithfully at the lowest
prices, and purchase? made only from first-claBS and
Orders will be fliled, PAYABLE ON DELTVERV. when
a sufficient sum is remitted to cover Freight and Com
Commissions on sums not exceeding $100_C per ct.
Commissions on sums exceeding $100.2J, per ct.
Address ? I8AAC DA VEGA, .
November 4 P. O. Dox 1708 New York.
OLD NEWSPAPER 8, LARGE AND SMALL.
She et *, Northern and Southern, at 30 and SO cent?
per hundred, at this Office. October 10
No. 298 King-street
ONE DOOR FROM WENTWORTfL
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS H15
JL Mends and tbe public that he has just wCBlrwl ?
full and ?elect assortment of
INDIA RUBBER GOODS
Wool Siirfaciv-Colors Gray, Mixed nod RJMfv
Boots and Shoes?.
EMMELED CARRIAGE CLOTHS.
PIANO AND MKI.OIIKON COVER*1.
INDIA RUBBER SHEETIN6.
ALL* ARTICLES FOR MEDICAL AND ROMEt
COMBS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
ELASTIC BANDS, RINGS, RULERS
FENCILS, PIPES, PIPE BOWLS, TIPE STEMS
MATCH BOXES, SEGAR CASES, KNITTING
CROCHET HOOKS, TATTING SHUTTLE?
BONNET PINS, BUTTONS, CANEH
VULCANITE JEWELRY in all variety
BALLS, DOLLS AND TOYS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Ai-so. FANCY SOAPS. PERFUMERY AND SEOARSz
HAIR BRU8HE8, TOOTH BRUSHES. NAIL BRUSB_E8_
Ac, Ac. ,
COUNTRY ORDERS solicited, and fiUcd with ^roanpt
ncss and dispatch, at LOW PRICES, by
F. C. JACOBS,
No. 298 KING-STREET.
November 6 Imo
AMERICAN LAND COMPANY
Central Office, No. 57 Broadway, TS, V.
JOHN A. ANDREW, Rresidont,
FRANK E. HOWE, Vice President,
L. W. WINCHESTER, Treasurer,
GEORGE CABOT WARD,
OFFERS ITS 8ERVICE8 IN THE PURCHASE, SAL__,
LEASE OR EXCHANGE of City or Country Pro
perty In the South and West; or in procuring Worknn*n_
Superintendents, Tenants, or Partners from tho North
or from Europe. Full information furnished upon 1a
qniry of THURBER, SOULE k CO., Agents.
No. 4 State-street (up-stalrs).
October 25 lmo* Charleston, S. C
HARRAL, NICHOLS & CO.,
M_NurAO!um_us, ?uronTEim and dealeiis r_r
Saddlei y, Saddlery Hardware, Coach ana'
Harness Trimmings, &c, Ac.
H-sel-strcet, South side, Second door East of Kinp,
CHARLESTON, ft. C.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE RESUMED THEI_t
business at the above named stand, and hope soonto
U?* fully pre;?ared to lurnisb their former enstoiiier- andl
(I'leudH \vitn all sue i goods as are usually kept in their
line of biiRiiieKS. liuo* October 1?
Ir?RR & WONSON'S
[Patent ?Vtetalic or Copper
OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VESSELS WILL FIK1X*
it to their advantage to give this VALUA-UUK
PAINT a trial. Sold by ROBINSON A: NELSON?
No. 200 King-street, Charleston, a. C
October 21 Imo*
^TeTsLATE ! SLATE I
WHOLESALE SLATE DEALER,
Sole Agent for the Following Celebrated'
EAGLE SLATE CO., VERMONT.
LEIIIGH SLATE CO., PEJiSSYLVASl-,
CHAPMAN SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA
Coiineb 10th Avenue and 12th-?trebt, Nrir
TeIUIANCE SQUABE, BO?TAIiO, N. Y.
CoBNEIt PSA??-. AND WASHINGTON - STQHSX-i
ORDERS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO THE NEW
YORK AGENCY, or left at the Slate Yard of DEM
AKEST & RUMLY, on East Bay. between Wentv/orl-i
and Hosel.streets, who are tbe only Agents in Charleston
authorized to receive orders for Slate from the above
named Quarries. "Jr/ios* September 20
HOLDERS OF MERCHANDISE
WHO WISH TO REALIZE IMMEDIATELY, \VlI_i,
consult their Interests by consigning the same to
JAB. B. CAHILL.
! General Commission Merchant;
September 11 amos Au un s ta. Ga
RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT
SUPPLIES, COAL OIL AND PAINTS.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES.
IKON NAILS AND SPIKES, EVERY SIZE AND QUALITY?LEATHER
Belting, Circular Saws, and Machinery in General,
MILL 6AW FILES, AND EVERYTHING CONNECTED WITH ENGINEER8' SUPPLIES.
R. C. BARKLEY.
November 1 VENN PECK.