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._ CHARLESTON DAILY JNTEWS....DECEMBER 9, 1865.
R. A. HEMPSTEAD,
SOLE AGENT FOR
ox iA.eojsr se voqel,
PLAIN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE
Of evory description.
Nos. 118 and 120 Maiden-Lane, New York.
MJNGERBU1ILER & LIN11ERR~
G. lilNHIOKR Si CO.,
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL DEALER8 IN VUL
CANITE JEWELRY, and ARTISTS IN HAIR, No.
691 Broadway, New York.
A. HUNGERB?ULER.JOHN A. LINHEBR.
November 8 wfm3mo
WILBUR & SONT
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFIOE AND SALES ROOMS
Nos. 13 and 15 Stntc-strcet and Nos. 1 and 3
OHARLESTON, 8. C.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER
CHANDISE, either for Public or Private Sale, re
epocUully solicited. Real Estate, in City or Country,
purchased and Bold strictly on commission.
September 27 _
TO THE IL^-DI-ES.
No. 4 Geomo-street, near' Anson.
Stamps, Embroideries and Braidings
ON EVERY VARIETY OF MATERIAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS, TOYS) &c,
At No. 303 KING-STREET, Charlcaton, S.C.,
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
O- Yorkvillo paper copy for two months, and send
bill to this office. lyr November 21
NORTH, ST?ELE & HARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALER8 IN
STATIONERY, PER-FU ME RY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, ?to.
No. 167 Meeting-street, Charleston, S. C.
J. B. Steele. I j C. C. NoHTn,
A. W. Wabdell, Jr. f \ Now York.
October 18 3moB
NOL^aJSTD & CO.,
SUCCESSORS OF A. M'KENSIE A CO.,
SADDLERS & HARNESS MAKERS,
IKPORTERS OF ENGLISH SADDLERY,
LEATHER, WHIPS, TRUNKS, ETC.,
No. 119 MEETING - STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?7NO. O. NOLAND.M. BOLGER.
Lr to of A. McKenslo k Co.
November 13_ lmo
F. S. EDWABDSi
Hope Buildings, No. 39 South Castle-st,
LIBERAL ADVANCE8 MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
OF COTTON. RICE AND NAVAL STORES, by
C. E. WALKER,
November 28 lmo* No. 1 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
E. LAFITTE k CO.,
Office No. 5 BROAD-STREET.
November 28 12*
HOWE, DOUCIN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Grocers,
No. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
a. nowi, in.p. m. DouoiN.e. o. howz.
c. & ?Th?we,
No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
O. HOWZ, ?TB.,..E. o. nowE.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given to
, saloa of Merchandise. Produce purchased on Comxaia
alon, and liberal advances made.
Refer by permission to Messrs. Henby Swrrr k Co.,
No. 116 Broadway; Jiro. M. Smith's Bon k Co., No. 123
Broad-st ; Kemp, Day & Co., No. 116 Wall-st. ; Thomas
& Behuak, No. 108 Broad-st, N. Y. 6mo* August 24
?. H, CHAFEE,
Wholesale Grocer & Commission Merchant,
No. 305 East Bay,
OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
Deoember 4 lmo
WILLIAM B. HERIOT.
No. S49 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RECEIVE DEP0BIT8AND ALLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE
References in New York.
Mossni. DUNCAN, SHERMAN k CO.
^Messrs. HENRY CLEW8 & CO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Western
B. 3. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wall-street.
OEOROE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insur
ance Company. October 20
B. M. BUTLER,
XiA.a?B OF BTTT7T.TTR. ?5b BEE,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
CORNER KERR'S WHARF AND EAST BAY,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION, AS HERETO
FORE, to sale of Grain, Hay, Flour, Provisions,
?utrar, ?Vc. ai?o
PURCHASE OF COTTON, RICE, NAVAL STORES,
A. O. Andbe-wb, President Chamber of Commerce.
Mesara. John Fbaseb k Co., Charleston. 8. O.
Messrs. R. Habebsham k Som, Savannah, Ga.
Messrs. Flkutno k Rowlaxd, Augusto, G?.
Messrs. Williams, Bkk k Co., New York.
Messrs. John Williams k So?*, Baltimore.
Advances made on consignments to New York and
Baltimore. _lmo_Decomber 1
ft fl? f?OTT'R.TFiNAY
BOOK AND STATIONERY DEPOT,
AagutU CHABI.WWO'f. ?. C
GEO. H. WALTER & SON,
UEO. H. WALTER & SON,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
WALTER & 1IEYWARD,
AT POINTS ON THE AUGUSTA BRANCH OF
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
COTTON AND MERCHANDIZE CONSIGNED TO
the above named Housos will bo promptly for
Liberal advances miulo on Consignments to tholr
friends In Charleston, New York or Liverpool, England.
OEO. H. WALTKB.E. H, WALTEB . . .T. B. IIK?WAHI), JR.
James M. Galdwell & Sons,
AVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM NO. ?
Cordes-strcot, to Accommodation Wharf.
Doccmber 1 lmo*
C. A. Clilsolm.K. G. Clklsolm.
II. I.. Clilsolra.
Shipping ??? General Com mission Merchants,
No. 7 O East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE PUR
CHASE, Solo and Shipment of COTTON, RICE, NAVAL
STORES, LUMBER, COAL, Ac.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, on which LIBERAL
ADVANCES WILL BE MADE.
November 16 lmo
STYLES & CARTER,
Orleans Line of Southern Packets,
NO. 19 VANDERHORST'S WHARF.
\: W. Sm ! CHARLESTON. S. C.
Advances niado on consignments.
WM. H. ROBSON & CO., Agents In Now York.
December 2 lmo
K. W. MIKKL.L.WM. A. BOYLE.
MIKELL k BOYLE,
F O K? ~VsT .A. ?Et ID IISTO
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
friends that they are now prepared to re?oive
and forward all MERCHANDISE and COTTON on
either branch of the 8outh Carolina Railroad, and will
follow each terminus respectively.
COTTON received on consignment to Now York and
Liverpool. lmo December 31 <i
H. W. MITCHELL,
Custom House Broker,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
"fT/TLL ATTEND TO 8ALE AND RENTING OF
TT HOUSES, Collection of Accounts, kc. 4c.
Office No. 277 KING-STREET, at Hardwaro Store of
Bissen k Brothor. lmo December 1
WEST k JONES,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS,
and prompt attention given to the tilling of orders.
OFFICE ON BROWN'S WHARF,
z. w. west.w. n. JONES.
November 25 18*
PORCHER & HENRY,
General Commission Merchants,
GRAIN, HAY and OTHER PRODUCE.
F. J. FORCHER will resumo his former business as
CHARLES W. HENRY wUl attend to tho FACTO
OFFICE- VAN'DEHHOHST'S -WHARF.
Fbancis J. Poboheb.Chaules W. Henby.
November 8 lmo*
T. II. Trout.Oliver Amiliury.
TROUT Se AMSBTJBT,
General Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS. HAIR
and Shingles, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Grain.
Northwest corner of
November 20 Orno East Bay and Market-streaet.
W. C. BEE.THEODORE D. JERVEY
WILLIAM C. BEE & CO.,
?To. 18 BAST BAY.
October 6 *_8moa
OF ALL KINDS
BY STEAM POWER,
Nos. 11 ?and 13 Concord-st.,
FORMERLY LOCKWOOD Si JOHNSON.
November 28 IS*
MERCHANTS' HOTEL STABLES.
P. LEE, Proprietor,
NO. 40 SOCIETY-STREET, NEAR KING.
THANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE
ho has received, he begs to Inform the public that
he has extended his business, and is now prepared to
furniBh them with good Carriages, Buggies and Saddle
lloraos. He also provides some very nue and comfort
able Coaches fOr railroad and steamboat calls. Funerals
supplied with good Hearses and Carriages. Also nick
ana lame horses attended to.
November 11_ lmo*
Down Town Book-Store.
MEMOBANDUM BOOKS, LETTER PRESSES,
DAY B00K8. NOTE, LETTER, CAP,
JOUIINAL8, LEDOERS, BILL, LEGAL. RECORD
0A8H BOOKS, AND ENVELOPE PA
RECORD B00K8, PER.
RECEIPT BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER AND OF
OOPYING BOOKS, FIOIAL ENVELOPES.
With a complete assortment of
Quill, Steel ?and Gold Pens,
PENCIL OASES, PEN-HOLDERS,
AHP KVXBY TABIRTK>F
OPEIOE AND SCHOOL STATIONERY.
ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES, POCKET WALLETS
CASH AND DEED BOXES, BANKERS' CASES.
SCHOOL BOOKS IN OREAT VARIETY.
SCHOOL AND LOG SLATES,
By the Caso, Dozen or Singlo One.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS IN GREAT VARIETY.
ENGLISH TOY BOOKS.
The above, with many Articles in my Une, are offered
at low rates, Wholesale and Retail, by
8. O. COURTBNAY,
No. ? Broad-stroot.
O'BRIEN & AIMAR,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 16 MARKET-STREET,
KNOWN AS THE "SAILOR'S HOME,"
HA8 OPENED AT THE OLD STAND, NO. 21
BROAD-STREET, where be will sell
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, BALE ROPE,
PAINT8, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, Ac.
Attlie Lowest Market Price.
Decembor 4 mtliI
J. A. ENSLOW k CO,,
"X XT'ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE SALE
VV or shipment ?if COTTON and other Produce,
and to tho purchase of Merchandise generally.
To tho sale of MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, REAL
E8TATE, BONDS, STOCKS, Ac, Ac, at auction.
Goods for tho Interior will be forwarded with dis
Liberal advances made on consignments.
McsBr? MORDECAI A CO.
Messrs. JAMES M. CALDWELL k CO.
Messrs. JAMES ADO ER k CO.
Messrs. E. LAF1TTE 4 CO.
W. B. UERIOT.
December 5 tuths2mo
MUM'S C-UtRUGB FACTO??.
Repairing of All Kinds Done Promptly,
-?O. 14 HAYNE-STREET AND 33 PINCKNEY-STREET
No. 256 KINO-STREET,
INVITE THE CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE TO
examino their flue stock of PISTOLS of tho celebrated
make of Smith k Wesson, sizes 2 and 3.
THE POND PISTOL,
a desirable and neatly finished article, with Cartridges,
&c. thstulO* _ November 21
C. H. MUCKE?P?SS,
No. 461 King-street,
(Opposite Citadel Square,)
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT
November 7 tuths lmo*
^? MES R. PRINGLE,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO No. 10 ADGER'S
December 2 euituthrt
Keeps constantly on Hand a full assort
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, GiliCS,
CONCENTRATED LYE AND POTASII, WINDOW
GLASS, OIL LAMPS, ?fcc,
At No. 3!d9 ICING-STREET,
Second door below Liborty-street.
September 28 tbstn'luio*
Established in Charleston 1844
IN RESUMING BU8INBSS (AFTER MX MONTHS'
recuperation), bens to solicit the patronage of hie
former friends and the public generally, and promises
his cuitomors to pursuo the same coursoho has adopted
during past years. No. 405 KING-STREET,
December S Oppoeito Burns' Lane.
427....J. B, M'ELHOSE.427
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CAPS AND TRUNKS,
No. 4Q7 King-street,
(Next North of Mrs. Booth's Mil'.nery Establishment,)
CHARLESTON a. C.
November 28 lmo
(Late Foreman for Edgerton k Richards)
No. 53 BROAD-STREET,
CRARLESTi)\, S. O.
B. S. RHETT k SON,"
Factors and Commission Merchants,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE TO
No. 125 East Bay,
A. M. MORELAND,
OFFICE, No. 5 BROAD-STREET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SHIPPING,
SELECTION and 8AMPLINO of COTTON. Re
venue Tax paid, and all necessary papers mado out.
December 7 12
14 JOSEPH A. THOURON, 14
AUCTION & COMMISSION
No. 14 Vendue Bange,
UNDER COLL?N ADE ROW,
Charleston, S. C.
MEROHANDWE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. AND
UNDERWRITER'S BALES, disposed of at Publlo
and Private Bale.
AU bush-ess which may be Intrusted to his care shall
receive prompt attention.
msr Out-dpor sales promptly attended to. Consign
monta Klloited. w?m Smo September 2"
PRACTICAL GAS FITTER & PLUMBER,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 21C KINO-STREET. 1IE
DROAD AND QUEEN._o Doccmbor 7
T. S. & T. O. BTTDD
HAVE REMOVED TO
No. 10 North Adger'8 Wharf.
December 4 niwfl2
R?PER & STONEY,
SUCCESSORS TO O'HEAR, ROPER & STONEY,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
WILL ATTEND TO ANY KIND OF BUSINESS
entrusted to their euro.
RICII'D ROI'ER,.THEO, STONEY.
November 1_ Wfln2S
MAKER AND IMPORTER
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
HAS RECEIVED I1Y RECENT ARRIYAL8 SADDLES
FROM THE BEST TO THE PLAINEST
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS
COLLARS OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES
ENGLISH MOUNTINGS AND STEEL CHIPNKY DITS
Ami nil tho other articles usually found in u Saddlery
Persons in want of the above will find It advantageous
o call at lils Store in BROAD-STREET,
Next hiB Old ?Stand at the corner ot Church
Septonil*??_ tmw amo
11. \V. Coniicr, ) (J. II. -Wilson,
late of S J lato of
H. W. Coskeii k Co. ) ( W. M. k 3. C Mahtin- i Co.
BANKERS & BROKERS,
No. 5 Broad-street,
Deniers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange,
COIN, BANK NOTES, STOCKS, RONDS, ?fee.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY WADE.
DRAW ON NATIONAL BANK OF THE ST.VTE OF
jr. H. BAGQ-BTT <Sc 00_,
Ko. lO Accommodation Wharf, Charleston,
G I IVE THEIR ATTENTION EXCLUSIVELY TO THE
T Sale or Shipment of Long nnd Short Staple Cotton.
Charges on Sales or Shipments limited to aettial expen
ditures and commissions. The largest advauccs made
ou consignments for Liverpool or New York.
December 0 wfmlmo
R. Q. PI?CK?^Y~
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Will attend to Purchase, Salo and Forwarding
Cotton, Rice, ftiral Stores, Lumber, or other
Will also pay special'attention to tho P.irchnso and
Sale of LANDS, BONDS, STOCKS and the RENTING
AND LBAU2TO OF HOUSES AND PLANTATIONS.
OFFICE No. 7 VAXDERHORST WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 13 fmw*2mo
CLAEK & GBUBEB,
Provisions and Wines
OF ALL KINDS.
families & plantations supplied,
At the old Stand of N. M. Poiiteb ?t Co.,
!N"o. 236 King-street,
Thinl ?loor above Market-street,
CHABLESTON, S. O
J. M. CLARK.OEO. H. ORUBER.
November 8 tvfmlmo
AN I\DESTRICTIBLB COATING
IRON. TINAND WOOD.
IT CONSISTS OF SEVENTY-TWO PARTS OXIDE OF
IRON, and twenty-eight parts CEMENT LIME
STONE in the one hundred pounds.
It has much moro body than Red cr White Lead, It is
warranted perfectly water and fire proof, and to with
stand a greater heat on metals, without scaling, than any
other Paint in use.
It Is a perfect cover for all klndB of Iron, Tin or Wood,
work, Out-houses and Canvas Coverings. It prevents
and arrests tho corrosion of metals, and is not affected
by tho action of salt, gases, acids or ammonia.
This paint requires no more oil than dry lead or zinc,
and much less than tho ordinary mineral paints. It Is
free from any waste, and possesses a spreading and
covering power unequalled.
Tormu.?By barrel or half barrel, five cents
pound. CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO.. Agents,
September 8 fmw No. Ill Meeting-street,
[S NOW IN PRESS AND WILL BE ISSUED ABOUT
tho first week in December. It will contain the
X-TEW OONSTIT U 'JL'JLOTSr,
As amended by tbe lato Convention, and all Officers who
have been elected or appointed at the time of publica
tion, together with those Officers who are permanently
established by the United Stat?:s for tho purpose of Col
lecting Custom House duties and the Internal Revenue.
Besides the usual astronomical calculations, there will
be also a variety of other useful matter.
This Almanac, tho 40th year of publication, presents a
fine medium for advertising at reasonable rates. Those
wishing to advertise, or to be supplied with Almanacs
in quantities, will please uddress
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher.
November 10 thstu No. 69 Broad-street.
WHEELEE & WILSON'S
EDOERTON fc RICHARDS HAVE RESUMED THE
Attorney ot the improved WHEELER k WILSON'S
HIOHEST PREMIUM SEWIN? MACHINES, and aro
now prepared to fill orders, as heretofore, at tho Manu
The well-known and acknowledged superiority of
these Machines over all others for manufacturing and
household purposes insures to thoso In want of such an
article of household oconomy that, in obtaining one of
these, they will secure a Machino adapted to all kinds
of family sewing, and to tho uso of seamstresses, dress
makers, tailors, manufacturer? of shirts, collars, skirts,
cloaks, mantillas, clothing, hats, caps, corsets, ladles'
boots and shoes, linen goods, umbrellas, parasols, ko.
They work equally weU upon silk, linen, woolen, and
cotton goods, with silk, cotton, or linen thr?yvd. They
will seam, quilt, gather, hem, fell cord, braid, bind,
and perform any species of sewing, making a beautiful
and perfect stitch, alike on both aides of the article
sewed. EDOERTON k RICHARDS,
November 8_Nos. 32 and A4 Broad-street
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THIS LEADING HOTEL, RENOVATED AND RE
FURNISHED, is now In perfect order for th6 rs
eptlon and accommodation of its old patrons.
Huptcmbor 90 8m<-*
MILLHiE.Y ! t MILLINER! !
Mrs. S. J. Cotchett
INFORMS HER LADY. FRIENDS AND FORMER
patra?a whilst In UOluntbto, that ?ho Iiuk returned
to thin ?:lty. and resumed biwint-sH ut No, *2?;:i Klug
stroi't, opposite Hasel-strcct, over "Read's Lace Store,"
whore she ha? on baud a chuleo selection of
VELVET AND STRAW BONNETS
BEAVER, FELT. LEGHORN.
AND STRAW ROUND HATS,
Comprising all the most fashionable shapes.
FRENCH FEATHERS, Ac.
X?g- Country' orders filled with neatness anil dispatch.
WANTED, A GOOD SILK MILLINER?NONE NEED
apply but with good recommendations.
December fi :i
?M AND STRAW MILLINERY
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
Also, a complete assortment of GENTS', LATHES' and
CHILDREN'S ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HOSIERY;
Ulovi-s, Veils, Head Nets, Belts, Buckles, Crape Collars,
Corsets, Ladles'and Children's Woolen Hoods, Nubias,
Notions and Fancy Goods generally.
Up Stairs---At No. 457 King-street,
SEVENTH HOUSE NORTH OF CALUOUN-STREET.
November 7 lmo
DRY GOODS, &c.
WM. McCOMB & CO.,
No. ?37 King-street,
BETWEEN BEAUFAIK & MARKET-STS.,
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
the public generally, that they are offering their
desirable ami well assorted Stock of FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. The various kind? and prices would ho too
numerous to mention. Those in want of such will find
it to their advantage to give us a call and judge for them
selves. WM. McCOMB k CO..
No. 237 King-street,
(Lambert k Howcll's Old Stand).
Alntof ASSORTED CARPETING. Just received from
Now York Auctions, which we offer at unusually low
figures. wfniO December 0
I. HYMAN & CO.,
.TSTo. 233 King-street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
A nE OPENING TO-DAY A LARGE ASSORTMENT
J.X OF CLOTH AND BEAVER CLOAKS, SACKS,
BASQUES AND SHAWLS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES? AND CENT'S KID GLOVES.
AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CONSISTISU or :
PRINTS, DELAINES, MERINOS, POPLINS,
LONGCLOTHS, BLANKETS, CASSIMERES,
And a large assortment of NOTIONS.
December 7 ' 2*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
HAVE JUST DECEIVED AND SHALL CON
TINUE TO KEEP
AT OUR STORE
Cor. King and Hasel Sis.,
A PULL STOCK OF
FINE AND COARSE
Which we will sell as low aa can bo bought in any
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES,
From which there-will bo no deviation.
The friends of Captain B. W. McTUREOUS, for
merly of the house of Moss. Matthiebsen, O'Haba.
& Co., will find him at this house, ready to servo
them at all times.
MAC?LLAR, WILLIAMS I PARKER,
No. 270 King,
Corner of Hasel-street,
CnARLE-TON, S. C.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING AT
our Store, No. 192 King-street, a full stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Also. Gentlemen'?
Furnishing Goods, kc, which we soU at a low price.
D. 8TRAUSS t BROS.,
November 23 lmo* No. IM Klcg-st.. Charleston.
Merchants of Charleston, and Dealers
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR AT
TENTION to oar stock of HATS, whlcb ere of
our own manufacture, ?Mid espeoiaRy adapted to this
section of country. We eeR our Goods at tho same price?
?bey can be purchase- for in New York by tho case or
Having extensive fc.Ulties for manufacturing, wo defy
competition, in prioe, t?.yle, and quality.
All are respectfully invited to ceil and examine our
gtock. CORBITT k CAS8IDY,
No. 155 Meettng-Btroet, Charleston, 8. 0.
Manufactory at Danbury, ?St
No. 203 Broadway, New York,
No. 165 MeoUng-itroot, Charleston, 8. O.
November 20 xm*