OCR Interpretation


The Charleston daily news. (Charleston, S.C.) 1865-1873, December 12, 1865, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026994/1865-12-12/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

_CHARLESTON" "DAILY NEWS....PECEMBER V2, i?65.
WILLIAM B, HER10T,
AND
GENERAL AGENT,
No. 249 King-street,
CIIARLKSTON, S. C.
DECEIVE DEpOSItT?WaLLOW INTEREST
THEREON.
DEAL IN FOREIGN ?VND DOMESTIC EX
<OHANGE.
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE
TURN?.
References Ist New York?
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN k CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS k CO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Orcat Western
Hnauranco Company.
B. ?L HOWLAND, Esq... No. 80 Wall-street.
GEOKCE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insur
ance Company, October 20
B. H. BARMN,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
OFFICE, IIHOWX'S WHARF (Up Stairs),
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 20 Hiio*
JOS. B. RUSSELL.CHAS. S. ELLIS.
RUSSELL & ELLIS,
Co mmission Merchants,
Wilmington, N. C.
October 30 3nios*
THADDEUS STREET,
Commission Merchant,
No. 74 East Bay.
CIIAULESTO.V. S.C.
November 1
J. M. E-ABOJST,
C ommission Agent
K0. ' 9 EXCIIANG E-STEEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 19
R. M. BUTLER,
3L.?.TE OF DBTJX3L.EH, Sc BEE,
Commission Merchant,
CHARLESTOX, S. C,
CORNER KERB'S WHARF AND EAST BAY,
**C1TDLL OIVB SPECIAL ATTENTION, AS HERETO
W PORE, to salo ol'Oral?, Hay, Flour, Provisions,
?Aunar. . ?;< . also
PURCHASE OF COTTON, RICE, NAVAL STORES,
Xiunibcr, kc
REFERENCES:
A. O. AsnnEws. President Chamber of Commerce.
Messrs. Jons l'l* askii fc Co., Cbarlcston, S. C.
Messrs. R. Haui-.h-siiam 4: Sos, Savannah, Ga.
Messrs. sfUOtaa k Rowland, Augusta, Oa.
Messrs. Williams, Bxc ?V Co., New York.
Messrs. Jons Williams k Hos. Baltimore.
Advances made on consignments to New York and
"Baltimore, lmo_December 1
EUGENE pTj?RVEY,
Custom House Broker,
OFFICE CORNER VANDERHORST WHARF AND EAST
BAY.
All Custom House Business attended to with neatness
jnd dispatch. Charges moderato.
Befers to Messrs. JOHN FRASER .? CO., CH.VRLES
T. MITCHELL, and W.M. 0. BEE k CO.
November 24_lmo
" HENRY WILLIS,
DXCHANGE BUOKER..
NO. 70 BROAD-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER. HAS LOCATED HIS OFFICE AT
tho Old Stand, where bo lias been since 1838 (ex
Tjopt ?luring the war). He is prepared to pay tho highest
-prices for GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS. CORPORA
OTON BILLS, COUPOXS.QUARTERMASTER'S VOUCH
ERS; also, to negotiate Loans. In short, to do and per
J." orm all business with dispatch appertaining to his
ofBoe. lmo* November 14
SCREVIN & NISBET,
PRODUCE BROKERS,
""" fTT" ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OF COTTON,
W RICE, NAVAL, SI ORES, Ac, and Sample, Class,
Mark and SHIP THE SAME.
Offl co No. 109 EAST BAY, next South of tho Courior
Offlco. December 6
NOTICE.
LAND .AGENT,
AUCTIONEER,
General Commission Merchant.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO THE
City, will resume business as above referred to,
and respectfully solicita the former patronage of his
Xxlonds and the public In general.
Particular attention wUl bo directed to orders extondod
*>y CAPrTALISTB FOR PURCHASE OR?ALE OF FERST
?LASS LANDS ON THE SEABOARD OR INTERIOR OF
" JCHE STATE.
THOS. FABR CAPERS,
November S tu Office No. 61 Broad-street.
J. A. ENSLOW k CO,,
AUCTIONEERS, FACTORS,
Oo??iraission IVtercliants
AND
FORWARDING AGENTS,
^ixriLL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE SALE
v/V or shipment of COTTON and other Produce,
:?nd to the purchase of Merchandise generally.
ALSO,
To tho sale of MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, REAL
B8TATE, BONDS, STOCKS, ?Va, 4c, at auction.
Goods for the interior will bo forwarded with dis
patch.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
RKFEBBMOES:
Messrs MOBDECAI k CO.
Messrs. JAME8 M. CALDWELL k CO.
Messrs. JAMES ADGER k CO.
Messrs. E. LAFITTE k CO.
W. B. HERIOT.
December 5 _tuths2.no
07BRIEN Sl AIMAR,
AUCTION k COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
aSo. 16 MARKET-STREET,
OPPOSITE STATE-8TREET,
KNOWN AS THE "SAILOR'S HOME,"
December 0
WILBUR k SON,
?ENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS
ISos. 13 and 15 St at ( .street and Nos. 1 and 8
Chalmers-street?,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
ALL DESCRD?TIONS OF P?ODUOE OB MER
CHANDISE, either for Public or Private Bale, ro
?pectiuUy solicited. Real Estate, in City orConntrj*,
-purebir.cd and sold strictly on commission.
September 37
"wThTchafee,
Wholesnlc Grocer & Commission Merchant,
No. aO? Eost Bay,
?PPO-UTE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
December ? lmn
CART & KOPPF,
Francis O. Cart.U.C. M. __.o_??r.
F _-_. O T O X. S
AND
Commission Merchants,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
December D
H, W. MITCHELL,
Custom. House Broiler,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
WILL ATTEND TO SALE AND RENTING OF
HOUSES. Collection of Accounts, Ac. Ac.
Office No. 277 KINO-STREKT, at Hardware Store of
Disscll A Brother. lino_December 1
James M. Caldwell & Sons,
FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM NO. 5
Cordcs-street, to Accommodation Wharf.
Dor cinber 1__*_____
WILLIS k CHISOLH,
FACTORS, COMilIISSIOK MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS.
-f IT ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
W SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC* 1VIIARF. Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R.CHISOL-J.
October 25 _
^e?t?jon?sT
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
Forwarding Agents.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS,
ami prompt attention given to the tilling of orders.
OFFICE ON BROWN'S WHARF.
K. ff. WEST.W. II. JONES.
November 26- 18*
W. C. BtE.>.THEODORE D. JERVEY
WILLIAM C. BEE & CO.,
FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.No. 18 EAST ilAV.
October 6 Smos
JAMES R. PRINGLE,
FACTOR AM) COMMISSION MERCHANT
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO No. 10 ADGER'S
WHARF.
Dtcembcr 2 smtuthB
C. A. CLnisoliu.it. G. Clilsoliii.
Ji. L. Chlsolm.
CIIISOLM "BROTHERS,
Shipping- & tieneral Commission Jlerchauts,
No. 7 O East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE PUR
CHASE, Salo and Shipment of COTTON, RIOE, NAVAL
STORES, LUMBER, COAL, Ac.
CONSIGNMENTS 80LICITED, on which LIBERAL
ADVANCES WILL BE MADE.
November 16 lmo
archib-?iITgetty & c?~
W HOT-. ES-A. LE D"EATiKRS,
Shipping and CofflDiissiou Mercbaiits..
Nos. 12G AND 128 MEETING-STREET.
irATtEHOusEs :
Nos. 53 and 55 HASEL-STRE-ET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 3_
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AGENTS FOR
Orleans Line of Southern Packets,
NO. 19 VANDERHORSrS WHARF,
i.' .*.' -__?_? ) CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Advances made on consignments,
WM. H. ROBSON k CO., Agents In New York.
December 2 lmo
E. W. MIKELL.vru. A. BOTLX.
M1KELL & BOYLE,
_?" O K, NA7-__. IS, 3D 13ST a
AST)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WOULD BESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
ftienda that thoy are now prepared to receive
and forward all MERCHANDISE and COTTON on
either branch of the South Carolins Railroad, and will
follow each terminas respectively.
COTTON received on consignment to New York and
Liverpool. lmo December 31
T. B. Tront.(HlverAiuohury,
TBOTTT ?ate AM8BTJRY,
General Commission Merchants,
AND DiJAhEBS IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS. HAIR
and ShinglcB, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Grain.
Northwest corner of
November 20 6mo East Bay and Market-streset.
~A. M. MORELAND,
COTTON B R O K R R,
OFFICE, No. 5 BROAD-STREET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SHIPPING,
SELECTION and 8AMPLING of COTTON. Re
venue Tax paid, and all necessary papers made out
Decomber 7 12
GEO. II. WALTER & SON,
FORWARDING AGENTS,
HOPKINS' TURN-OUT.
GEO. H. WALTER & SON,
FORWARDING AGENTS,
OBANGEBURG, S. 0.
WALTER TuEITWARD,
FORWARDING AGENTS,
AT POINTS ON THE AUGUSTA BBANOH OF
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. .
COTTON AND MERCHANDIZE CONSIGNED TO
the above named Houses will be promptly for
warded.
Liberal advances made on Consignments to their
friends in Charleston, New York or Liverpool, England.
OKO. H. W-JLTl-a.....-, B. W-I/T-i*._T. S. HKTWAfiD, o%\
December 8_ lmo
E. LAFI?TE FCftT
Office No. 5 BROAD-STREET.
November 28 .J_*
MRS. S. J. COTCHETT,
Fasliioi?able Bonnet Emporium
AND
FANCY MILLINERY (?OODS,
No. 2C:i KINU ST., OPP. HASEL, CHARLESTON, ' ). C.
T_n? s_c_f__iiis,
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH NEATNESS AND
DISPATCH._stuthl._December 9
F. HOESEY,
No. 274 KINO-STREET,
NEXT NORTH OF HASEL,
(llAlU.r.STOV, s. c.
OFFERS A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FUR AND
WOOL HATS, Velvet, Felt, Cloth nnd Glazed
CArs, for Mon and Doys. stuth3* Diverubcr 0
WHOLESALE AND It-TAIL DEALER IK
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS, TOYS, &c,
At No. 203 KING-STREET, Clint lcston, S.O.,
AT NEW YORK TRICES.
OW Yorkvllle i>apcr cojiy for two months, anil senil
bill to this office, lyr November 21
NORTH, Sl^L?&^W/VRDELLr
WHOLESALE DEALEH3 IN
FANCY GOODS,
STATIONERY, PEBFUME11Y, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, ?fcc.
No. 1(>7 Meeting-street, Charleston, S. C.
J. B. Stf.ele. } l C. C. Nouth,
A. W. Waiidell, Jr. | ( New York.
October 18 3mos
CHAPIN'S CiRRUCE FACTORY.
Repairing of All Kinds Done Promptly,
BY
I_. CH-cYZPIjNT,
NOv 14 H-VYNE-STREET AND 33 FINGEN EY-STREET
November 23
w?llJamTs~hto?7_
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
Established in Charleston 1844.
IN RESUMING BUSINESS (AFTER HX MONTHS'
recuperation), begs to solicit tho patronage of his
former friends nnd tho public geiicrally, and promises
his customers to pursue the samo course ho hus mlopted
during past years. No. 403 KINO-STREET,
December S Opposite Uiirns' Lane.
Y. ^mLES?AS,
(Lato Foreinnii for Edgorton A Richards)
' MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 52 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 25
FBEEKAN, PUNDT ft CO.,
Bollci'-uinkcrs, IHaeksniiths, Machinists nuil
Consulting- Engineers.
BOILERS AND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIP
TION buUt and repaired.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS executed with dis
patch.
EAST END OP PINCKNEY-8TREET.
November 23 liuo
KB. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE dealers IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 165 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR RE
SUMPTION of business, and invite tho attention
of purchasers to their Stock, which is now complete.
September 25
J. W. CARMALT,
Importer and Dealer in.
PAINTS
OILS
SPIRITS TURPENTINE
KEROSENE OIL
VARNISHES, Ac, &o.
No. 60 EAST BAY,
Corner of Boyce's Wharf,
And Immediately opposite his old stand.
November 25
I_. WEISKOFF
Keep? constantly on hand a fall assort
ment of
Points, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glues,
CONCENTRATED LYE AND POTASH, WINDOW
OLASB, OIL LAMPS, ?so.,
At No. SSO KINO-STREET,
Second door below Liberty-street
September M_thstnUmo*
REMOVAL.
DANIEL H. SILCOX
HAS REMOVED HI8 FURNITURE STORE TO THE
CORNER OF KINO AND CLIFFORD 8TBEET8.
in the spacious building erected by the lateWm. En
aton, expressly for that business, where he hopes to
meet his former friends and patrons, and by strict at
tention to business merit a share of their patronage.
On hand and constantly receiving, a fall supply of
Cottage Sets, Parlor ana Dining Sets.
IN MAHOGANY AND WALNUT.
CHAMBER SETS.
IN MAHOGANY AND WALNUT.
With every variety of FURNITURE, at the LOWEST
CASH PRICE. lmo December 0
REMOVAL.
W. BROOKBANKS
PRACTICAL GAS FITTER & PLUMBER,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 316 K-NO-STREET, BE
BROAD AND QUEEN. 0 December 7
SCOTT Sc I33E-_*IOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
Wasliiugtoii-.it., Columbia, 8. C. ' (
W. 1. SCOTT.Vf. 0. IIEB-OT.
Will give prompt attention to Purchasing, Belling and
Forwarding of aU Merchandize._November 20
HOWE, DOUCIN & CO.,
Oommissibn Merchants
Ship Chandlers and Grocers,
No. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
a HOWE, JB.P. M. D0?CIN._. 0. ROWS.
a & ?Th?we,
Commission Merchants,
No. 71 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
0. HOW-, ?l.E. O. HOWE.
ConslRn-aente solicited. Prompt attention given to
ules of Merchandise. Produce purchased on Comr_is
lon, and Uberal advances made.
Refer by permission to Messrs. Hkkrt Swnrr k Co.,
No. 110 Broadway; Jxo. M. Smith's So? ft CO., No. 12
Broad-st. ; K-sup, Dax ft Co., No. 116 Wall-tt; Tuomas
AB-hh-M. No.l08Broad^t..N. Y. too? August M
METROPOLITAN HOTEL
LATE BBOWN %
WASHINGTON, B. 0.
THIS LEADING HOTEL, RENOVATED AND RE
FURNISHED, is now In perfect order for the re
eptlon and accommodation of its old patrons.
September 80 8mo
i
nE-oj^EisriisrGr
or'TiiK
OLD SOUTHERN EXCHANGE
THIS OLD E8TADLISHED AND POPULAR
RESTAURANT
IS NOW OPEN.
FINE I. HI Hi) us
C1IOICK SEOiIRS
I KKsn OYSTERS
AND THE BEST MEALS TO RE HAD IN CHARL
TON, is what this placo lias always been celebrated
and wo aro ple<lged to koep up tho reputation.
CaU nud seo for yourself at
No. 125 Meeting-st.
October 2!)
RESTAURANT.
STEPHEN ELDRED
HAS OPENED A RESTAURANT AT NO. 15'! EA8T
BAY, When will be found ALES, WINES AND
LIQUOIIS of the best (imillly.
FREE LUNCH between the hours Of 11 and 1 o'clock.
Hah ALSO IN Hack STORK,
A fine assortment of OLD LIQUORS, which ho wiU
dispose of by tho barrel or in smaller ?-uautltk-s.
December 4
ASHER I). COHEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 04- Broad-street,
"WEST COURT HOUSE.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS STATE NEW YORK.
December II lm '
RUTLEDGE A YOUNG\~
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. 26 Broad-street (Up Stairs).
BBS*. BVOBB BCTLSDOI.BSHOT KOWAHO YOl'sr.?
December 5 tur,
WILLIAM RHETT,
ATTORNEY AND MAGISTRATE,
Ko. 30 BROAD-STKEET.
November 28
Messrs. McCRADY & SON,
Attorneys at Law,
HAVE RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF THEIR PRO
FESSION, and for tho present may bo found at No. 6C
MEETING-STREET, next tho South Carolina Soelett
Hall._October 26
W. L. T. PR?NCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITORAIN EQUITY,
OFFICE AT CHERAW, S. C.
PRACTICES IN THE COURTS FOR CHESTERFIELD,
MARLBORO', DARLINGTON, ond MARION.
November 13 lmo
^ LAW NOTICE.
BREWSTER& SPRATT,
Attorneys Rt Law niul Solicitors In Equity,
fVmaEKO. 8* HABEL-8TBBET, UP STAIRS, NEXT
DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. November 7
P. S. EDWARDS,
Hope Buildings, No. 39 South Castle-si,
LIVE It IM) O L.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
OF COTTON. RICE AND NAVAL STORES, by
C. E. WALKER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
November 28 lmo* No. 7 Vandcrhorst's Wharf.
THOMPSON & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
Commission Merchants,
No. 11? EAST BAY.
IN STORE AND RECEIVING DY EVERY STEAMER,
a full supply of GROCERIES,
CONBIBTIXQ OF:
OFFER,
SUGAR,
DUTTER,
LARD,
CHEESE,
FLOUR.
Aim,
A general supply of GROCERIES.
November 29
C. MADSEN,
MANUFACTURER OF HAVANA AND FINE DO
MESTic CIGARS, which, In proportion to quali
ty, I amable to sell cheaper than any other house in the
city, In quantities to suit purchasers, at
NO. 62 SO0IETY-8TRBET,
Second door from King-st., opposite Merchants' Hotel.
ALSO,
Dealer In LEAF TOBACCO.
November 14 lmo*
isTOi,A-isrr) & co.,
successors or A. U'XXMBIK A CO.,
SADDLERS & HARNESS MAKERS,
ALSO
IHPORTERS OF ENGLISH SADDLERY,
LEATHER, "WHIPS, TRUNKS, ETC.,
No. 110 MEETING - STREET,
NEAB UABEBT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JNO- O. NOLAND..M. BOLGER.
Lrto of A. MoKensie k Co.
November 13 lmo
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NO. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
RErt. L Eh l ATE In any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, RE
PAIRING. Ac. cl-OITYPROPEiay. A-:/ st 22
E?BEEAI
AMARGO DE CASTILLA BITTERS
FOR SALB BY
CAHILL & CO.,
?OI.E A UK NTS,
CORNER EAST BAT and LODGE ALLET.
September 27_I_
WOOD TURNING
OF ALL KINDS
BY STEAM POWER,
Nos. 11 and 13 Concord-st.,
FORJIEHhV -LOCKWOOD Si JOHNSON.
November 88_Iff*
"T?TTY UP jJTJTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
No-101 Market-street,
HOUSE* SI?N/AN1) SHIP ARTIST,
T> KSPECTFDLLY SOLICITS ORDERS ?ROM HIS
JLt, old and no?* customers. _
OLAZIRGpr?mptlr attended to. PUTT'S for sale.
Nove-Baber 18
D. O'NEILL & SONS,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SI LOES,
No. 375 King-street,
CIIAKLEMTOX, S. ?.
CONSTANTLY OS HAND A LARGE STOCKOF
FINE FUR MD WOOL HATS
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
December 5 stuth lino
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Sewing1 Machines.
EDOERTON ft RICHARDS HAVE RESUMED THE
A?, m y .?f Hiq Improved WHEELER & WILSON'S
HIGHEST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINER, nml aro
sow prepared t?> ni! orden, us heretofore, ;.t tue Miimt
fncturcr?" pri?es.
Tho wll-know? and Ocktiowlcilged superiority of
these Ma?*hiu?*s overol] others for manufacturiug and
household purpose? lutures to Umso in ?rant ?>f sm.li un
article of ltotiseliolil economy that, in obtaining one of
these, they will Rccnro a Machine adapted to ?ill kinds
of family aewing, ami to'the us? of neaiiiBtrcs-ea, ilross
umkorH, tailor*, nuumf-ulurers of skirts, collars, skirts,
cloaks, mantillas, clothing, hats, cap.-?, corsets, ladlca'
boots and shot's, linrn (foods, umbrellas, parasols, Ac.
They work equally well upon hilk, limn, woolen, and
cotton ?,'ootls, with silk, cotton, or linen thread. They
will Maun, ?jullt, gather, hem, foil, cord, braid, bina,
nml perform any apeeh-s of sewing, making a beautiful
and perfect stitch, aliko on both sides of Hie article
sewed. EDOERTON k RICHARDS,
November s Nos. 39 ami ?M Broad-street.
WlIO-ESALlT DI?UG IKKSB,
JOHN ASHHURST,
.SLTEIUXTENDENT,
Formerly or No. 2?) Haync-Strcet.
JUST RECEIVED AMI NOW IX STORE
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
PEIlFU-IERY
131?USHES
PAINTS
OILS
WINDOW GLASS
KEROSENE OIL
LAMPS, &o.
AGENTS FOR
?RAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
STERLING'S AMBROSIA,
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY.
MORGAN BROTHERS,
Wholesale T>ru&gi&t&,
No. 153 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
December 4
SEGARS,PIPES
Tobacco, etc.
L . L O RE .ZT
HAS RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL GOODS
reiv-lait?* In his line of business, which ho offers,
as usual, cheap.
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SUGARS
CIGARETTOES and LADIES' SEOAR9
LORILLARD'S, SOLACE, and other brands
CHEWING TOliACCO, at reduced prices
8NDFF, in Jars, Dottles, and Rladdcrs
TURKISH TOBACCO, lu Bladder., and all other
brands in present deinaud
PIPES?Mcorschauin and Imitation, Lava,
Chins, Briar, Rosewood, Boxwood, and
all other kinds. A large and well
selected stock.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
CHEAP SEGAR STORE
No. 392 KING-STREET,
A few doors above George-street.
December 4_
427 J. B. M'ELHOSE.427
DEAIKUIN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CAPS AND TRUNKS.
No. 427 King-street,
(Next North of Mrs. Booth's MlUlnery Establishment,)
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
November 28 lmo
Down TownJBook-Store.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, LETTER PRESSES,
DAY BOOKS, NOTE. LETTER, CAP,
JOURNALS, LEDGERS, BILL, LEGAL, RECORD
CASH BOOKS. AND ENVELOPE PA.
RECORD BOOKS, FER.
RECEIPT BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER AND OC
CUPYING BOOKS, FICIAL ENVELOPES.
With a complete assortment of
Quill, Steel and Gold Pens,
PENCIL CASES, PEN-HOLDERS,
AND EVER. VABIETY'OP
OFFICE AND SCHOOL STATIONERY.
ENGLISH POCKET KNIVES, POCKET WALLETS
AND LETTER-CASES.
CASH AND DEED BUSES, BANKERS' CASES.
SCHOOL BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
SCHOOL AND LOG SLATES,
By tho Caso, Dozen or Single One.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS IN GREAT VARIETY.
ENGLISH TOY BOOKS.
Tho above, with many Articles in my line, are offered
at low rates, Wholesale a_d Retail, by
8. O. CO?RTE1?AY,
. No. g Broad-street.
New Drug1 Store
AT FLORENCE, S.C.
WE RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS,
and the Pnblio generally, that wo are now rec-iv
Ing, and will soen offer, at wholesale and retail, the buy
out and best selected stock of flee Medicines, Chemical-,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, ko.,
In fact, every article usually found in a first-class Drug
tore.
Our stock has been selected from tho largest Importing
houses o? New York and Philadelphia, by one of ex?
pcrionce; consequently we feel no lffesitation In warrant
1er every article aa being strictly pure.
Prescriptions will be accurately and neatly compound
cd, at all hours of the day and night.
October 21 JABBATT, BACOT & 00.

xml | txt