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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY 4, 1866.
1?AKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK,
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEW8 H?4fl BATTLED AOA1N8T
despotism for four ycars of blood and terror, in
assertion of the sanctity of the Constitution. A patriot
ism sufficiently broad to embrace both sections has been
ItB only guide, and it refers now with honeBt pride toita
record to show that it bas not turned to tbe right ortbe
left under all the violence of arbitrary powor.
True to is principles as THENEWS hss been thro'iR.i
the reign of terror, it challenges public confidence in its
honesty and iudepondence for the future.
Tho political transition of the pr?tent day opens to
THE NEW? a new and wider fluid of usefulness. Stand
ing now as it always has, en tbe Inviolability of the Con
stitution, according to tho interpretation of the strict
coiiBtructlonlste, it presents a rallying ground for all, in
both sections, who aro friendo of a generous conserva
tism. As o true and tried exponent of sectional amity it
occupies a position which makes it the fitting mediator
in holding up to the party of order in both sections, in
terests and principles that gave breadth and vitality to
their alliance. As an intersectlonal ?gent, devoted to
freedom of election, to trial by Jury, to the sanctity of
e habeas corpus, and opposed now, as for four years of
rror it has been, to tbe centralization that dares to
mplo on thp rights of States, North or South, THE
WS places Itself as a candidate for support before the
t body of this once free people.
The circumstances of the moment make tho diesem
ation of the principles of THE NEWS a duty of In?
[vidual patriotism. Every man who concurs in its
octrlno mast, if he entertain a true sense of freedom,
0 so in no spirit of indiff?rence, but rather with the
restneBS of a high trust. Justified, nay bound, in
love of liberty to do so, the proprietor places tbe
anvass he mottes here of tbe public generally In the
1 lands of I hose men who give him the approval of their
consciences as his Individual agents. Every reader of
EN EWS can not avoid the conviction of doty which
ire pointed oat as the ground of the request, that be
Us clalntH for a wider support upon all of his
and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies
cause of "strict construction," intersectlonal con
ion, and all the rights of the citizens nndor the sys
set up by our fathers, of liberty regulated by law.
proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, apon
and true Conservatives throughout the country to
rgo to their convictions of political right at thit
t crisis in tbo country's fortunes, the duty of giv
o tho influence of his paper, dally, semi-weekly, or
; the wider power for good which It seeks here
h the service of its. individual supporters.
[ WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
?esb two Journals are made up with special refer
to the wants of country subscribers, and contain
a variety of matter ss to render them welcomo to
* family In the land. In the matter of LITERA
\K, the choicest stories of the boat writers are
forth in their columns; and moro excellent lite
latter la furnished fn one issue than can be had in
of the exclusively literary journals of tho day.
IENERAL NEWS is admirably selected and con
led, so as to giro all the current intelligence in as
able a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
every part of the country, and is always the latest.
30MMBRCIAL INTELLIGENCE Is carefully pre
1, and includes reliable Market Repobts from all
Is, whlcn are not exceUed by any journal iu this
|d tho names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
STY, and we will sond thorn SPECIMEN COPIES
CORK DalLY NEWS, to Mall Sub
lbers.$10 pc- annum
?OHK DAILY NEWS, to Mail Bub
ibera.$5 for 6 months.
iHED EVERY TUESDAY AN?) FRIDAY.
10 fopy ono year.'..$ 4 00
ree Copies ono year.10.00
ve Copies one year.:,. 15 .00
in Copies ono year.30.00
venty Copies one year....'..85.00
1 Clergy tu en ono year. . 8.00
, EXTRA COP I to any OLDB OF TEN.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDfTESDAY.
no Copy one year.$ 2.00
bree Copies one year. 6.C0
lye Copies one year. 8.76
en Copies ono year. 17.00
verity Copies ono year. 80.00
> Clergymen one year. 1.60
an EX l RA COPY to any CLUB OFTEN.
person sending a OLTJB of FIFTY for THE 8EMI
ELY or WEEKLY HEWS will bo entitled to THI
^Y NEWS FltBB FOR ONE YEAR. The name o
'ostofnee and State ?hould in all cases be pistol?
To insure safety in remit tan ex, money orden
??referable. . j
SPEOIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
1 N?~ Yobk News Is now taken throughout tb
norn Stateu, and the undisputed fact that it has 1
circulation In tho South than the journals of tb
York Trenn combined, v HI Insure the a?tontion 0
-unerclal public and tho publio generally.
vertlsers now availing themselves of the opportu
to make known their business through the column
im Nsw Yobk Nit wo, are convinced of the lmporl
of its great circulation throughout tho South, 1
jnence of the large Tdera received by theia, certif
duo of thIs Journal as the best medium for &<J
9g, and-tbo pabilo.generally doponillng ?bbn phi:
ta aseare an' extension of business oommeusorat
enterprise,, should not fall to become. acquaint?
the naqu?s?l mablo advantages to be derived fror
ma ro^at??W to commercial or financial an at tora, n
1 what may be the particular bunlnsus In wh?o
--?arty may bo engaged. Addreta
?tevr York itewo BnUdltaar,
No. 19 City Ball Sonar?, Nat* York.
N. York Advertisements.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
A GLORIOUS RESULT.
THESE ABE AS MANY BOADS TO FAME AND FOR
?UNE a? there were gateways to tbe ancient Tbeboa.
Your ambitious warrior 1? for carrying his way with the
abro; your aspiring politician for scheming hi? way by
intrigue and oonsummato art. But there is. one grand
broad path to the goal, ?long which nothing base can
travel. It 1? the path set apart for the march of talent,
energy, and noble purpose; and though full of obstacle?,
It. contains none that.a bravo man cannot surmount
Tbl? fact has boon eXempUfied In Innumerable in*
stances, but In few more forcibly than In tbe rise and
progress of DR. HOOFLAND'fl GERMAN BITTERS
Por over fifteen years its coarse he? been onward and
upward, scattering blessings st every ?top until It now
stands on tl-.o topmost round? of tbe ladd t faino, as
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is a positive remedy for
DISEASES RESULTING FROM
DISORDER OF THL|LIVER and
And Is the only certain and safo
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN CA8E8JOF DEBILITY.]
By the use of this Bitter?
WEf^ENED AND DEBILITATED FRAMES BB
COMB RENEWED WITH AT.T. THE YIOOB
Impaired constitution? are rebuilt, and tbe patient In
abort time regains
Vigor, Health, and. Strength.
E OBSEBYE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS,'
Resulting from Disorder? of the Digestive Organs!
Constipation, Inward PUes, Fulness of Blood to the
Head, Aoldlty of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
in tbe Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink,
log or flattering at tbe Pit of the
Stomach, bwlmmlng of the Head,
Harried and Difficult Breath,
log, Flu tiering at the.
Ohoaklng or Suffocating
Sensation when In a Lying Pos
ture, DnUness of Vision,
Webs before the Sight, Fever
add Dull PalnB In the Head, Defi
ciency of PoraplraUoD, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes, Pain in tbe Side, Back,
Chest, Limbs, Etc, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning m
tbe Flesh, Constant Imagining? of Evil, and
great Depression of Spirit?.
THAT THESE BITTERS
CONTAIN NO BUM OR WHISKY,
AND CAN'T MAXE DRUNKARDS.
IB NOT A
BUT A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE
FBEE FBOM ALCOHOLIC STIMULANT OR INJURI
It cannot insidiously Introduce the vioe o? Drnnkan
ness into tbe bosom of your famille??to your wife, y our
ohildren, or your friend?.
Or other? whose ey stem b bave become Impaired by hard,
ships or disease, will find in this Bitten a tonlo that will
restore tbem to all their original vigor.
Thcae Bitters have performed more corea 1
GIVEN BETTEB SATISFACTION I
HAVE MORE TESTIMONY I i
HAYE MORE RESPECTABLE fPEOPLE TO VOUCH
Than any other article In the market We defy any one
to contradict this assertion,
AMD WILL PAY $1000
To any one that will produce a CertiflCAte published by
tu that l? not amum**.
HEAD WHO SATS BO. "
FBOM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
Wahhin'itoh, January 1,1864.
Qentlemea;?Having stated it verbally to yon, I have
no hesitation in writing the fact, that I experienced
marked benefit from your-JIoofland's German Bitters.
During a long and tedious session of Congress, pressing
and onerous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind friend
suggested the ase of the preparation I have named. I
took his advice, and the result was improvement of
health, renewed energy, and that particular relief I do
much needed and obtained. Other? may be similarly
advantaged, if they desire to be.
Truly yoar friond, THOMAS B. FLOBENOE.
From Bot. W. D. Selgfried, Pastor of Twelfth' Baptist
PHtLaDBLTHiA, December 26, 1863.?Mesan. Jone? A
Evan??G-sntlomon :?I have recently been laboring un
der the distressing effects Of ' Indigestion, accompanied
by a prostration of the-nervous system. Numerous
romodlcs were recommended by friends and some of
them tested, bat without relief. Yoar HooQand'? Oer
man Bitter? ware rccommondod by persona who had
tried them, and whose favorable mention of the Bitter?
Induced me olio to try them. - I mn?t confess that J had
an aversion to patent medicines, from the "thousand
and one" quack "Bitters," whose only aim seem? te be
to palm off sweetened and dragged liquor apon the cem
m unity, la a ?ly way; and toe tendency of which, 1
fear, 1? to mako many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning that yours was really a medicinal preparation,
I took it with happy effect. It? action not only upoa
the stomach bnt upon the nervob? system, mi prompt
and gratifying. I feel thst I have derived great and per
m?nent benefit from the tue of a few bottles. Very res
peotfolly your?, W. D. SBIGFBIBD,
No. 25*. Shaokamaxon-street
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT?*.
See that tho signature of "O. M. JACEHON" la ou th.?
WRAPPER of each bottle.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY,
No; 681 Aroh-street.
JONES & EVANS.
SUCCESSORS TO 0. M. JACKSON A CO.
Wot ?ale by Druggist? and Dosier? In eyesry towa li
tb> United BU.Ua. tfcmly Oofcbef?
N. York Advertisements
THE PATENT BOOT AND SHOE,
WOODEN SOLE AND HEEL
WILL OUTWEAR THREE PAIR OF THE OLE
style. Ouco worn, yov ?-111 uever bay any other,
Particularly adapted to the Laboring Classes.
THE UNIOi, ROOT AND 8HOE COMPANY,
No. Ut* _e-f-.at.rect. New Voi-U.
Jannary 81_ wfm8mo
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Force, suction aM Lilting FnmiK
OP EVERY DE80RIPTI0N :
STjKAM AND GAS PIPEI,
Pipe and Steam Fittings,
ARD ZVSSX DUOBimoH OS
Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitten
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES.
JOHN B. FULLEE,
Bo.? DK?-8TKKKT. NKW YOIII4.
November 10_ fmwlyr
wmm MACE? ?0?.
J. B. SCHENCK, Agent,:
No. TO ?I1AIDKN LANE, NEW YORK,
OFFERS POR BALE
PORTARLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENOINEB
of all Bizca, OIRODLAR SAW MIXL8 of the mos
approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 30,000
feet of Lumber per day: REYNOLDS' TURBINE WA?
TER WHEELS, and all kin do of Machinery for TCorkir?
Wood and Iron, viz:
Steam and Oas Pipe*
Steam and Water Ouagoi|
Upright Reserving Mills !
Circular Reserving Mills
Shafting Pullrys and Hangers
Rubber Leather Belting?
Circular Saw Benches <
Power Morticing Machines
Blind Slat Tenoning Machines'!
Daniela1 Planing Machine?
Gray k Wood's Planing Machines
Woodworth Planing Machinen
Boring Machines ,
Foot Morticing Machines
Leather and Rubber Hose
Plumbing and Oas Fitting
Wright's Patent Scroll Saws
Patent Belt Scroll Saws
Rotary and Mining Pompa,
Every description of Machinery and Railway SnppH?.,.
COTTON GINS of the most approved construction.
B?YLAN & TUERS,
MANUFACTURERS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL.
ERB in, WHITE LEAD. ZINC PA1NT8, COLORS
No. 98 MAIDEN LANE,
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
March 31 wfm lyr
CottoB Gins! -Lotion (Mas. Cotton ttioi
Taylor, Brown, Eagle. Southern
Emory & Craven, MoOharty
WITH ENGINES, HORSE -- WEBB, AND
15VERY THING COMPLETE FOR RUNNING
IN STORE, ?AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE
SHIPMENT AT THE LOWEST RATES, BY)
JOHN B. FULLEE,
No. 8 Dev-street
October 80_awl lyr
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!
FROST, CLARK & CO.
No. 73 IIOWEKY, NKW YORK,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERB IN ASI
FDRNITUEB OF THE FINEST QUALITY SOLI
LE88 THAN SROADWAY PRICES, and as low a
can be purchased at any other bouse in the Union.
Qoods purchased of oar bouse are GUARANTEED A
B. W. FROST,.H. B. CLARK
3. B. CLARK, Jn.
March 20 mwfSmo
HAGAFS MAGNOLIA BALM.
jr?HIS 18 THE MOST DELIOIITFUL AND EXTRA
JL ORDINARY article ever dlacovered. It changea
the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture
of ravishing. beauty, Imparting the marble purity o
youth, and the dii-t??^?* appearance so Inviting in the
oily belle of fashion. 11 removes tan, freckles, pimple?
and roughness from the sain, leaving the complexion
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no materia
cjurlons to the skin. Patronized by Aotressss and
Opera Singers. It is-what every lady should bava. Sold
everywhere. Retail price 50 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all orders to DKMAS BARNES k CO.,
October 80 mwalyr New York?
AS?? do MAGNOLIA.
ATO?ET DI?LIOHTI THE LADIES' TREAHDRD
and gentlemsn's boon I The "sweetest thing"
snd largest ouantlty. Manufactured from the rieb
Southern Uagnolla, Used for bathing the face and per?
sen, to "rentrer the skin soft and fresh, to prevent ernp.
lions, to perfumo clothing, Ac.
It overcome.? tho unpleasant odor of peraplntlo**.
It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac
It cures nervoos headache and allays lnflamm?tto*o,
It ooola, aoftens, and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yield? a subdued and lasting perfume.
I* ottres mosquito bite? and stings of Insect?.
It contains no material In* m-lou?, to the skin.
Patronised by Aotresaett and Opera Singers. II
what every lady should bare. Sold e^*erywbera. -Z-f]
the Mamat.Ua Water once, and yon -aro) use no other Oo
logne, Perfamiry, or Toilet Water ef Un?ar As.
DEM AS DARNES k OO.
Props, Exclusive Agents, N. I
October SO mvflyi
.' r, .!. ;.',' ; .' - fj '" I
rKPOATfxa or numen, \mawm aicd owbeae
Toys, Fancy floods, China k Ffarworlu
MANVWACtVEEE OF TRANSPARENT SLATES
Nerember?O :,..'.... . fmtrlyi
WILBUR & SON,
??ISEKAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSIOS
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
Nos. 18 and 15 Statc-strcot and Nob. 1 and
3 Cliiiliuors-.st root,
OKCAJEil^BSTOTSr, S- O
AprU a mwf
M.?. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. S?7 KINO-HTREKT,
OHARLESTON, S. O.
I? o . 137 BROAD-aTRBET,
The latest issue? of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions recolvcd and Good? delivered or tor
rarded by Mall or Express.
AU CASH ORDEata will be promptly attended to.
Februory 27 ly
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
O-E/OO !E IR,I?E S.
GEO. Ws STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TBE1B CUS
TOMERS and the public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the corner
of Ring and George streets, they have now opened s
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION BOUSE at No. 38
Vendue Rango, where they will be able to afford their
ouiUnnor? extra faculties. Their Arm will comprise
oto. w. BTzmrttB....'r. a. Bonmot.... x,. diixsbnbebq.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
6E0. E. PRITCHETT.
COMMIS SION [MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON' S. C.
March B omos*
WILLIAM R. HEBIOT & CO
No. 249 King-street,
CIIARLE8T?N, 8. C.
BKOE1TE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTER?S1)
DEAL LN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC E2
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PBOMPT BB
H.eferei?cea In !Yew York?
If era*. DUNCAN, BHRBMAN A CO.
ICessi?. HENBY CLEWS k CO.
BIOHABD LATHERS, Esq., President Great 'Westen
B. 1. ROWLAND, Esq., No. 80 WaU-ntreet.
OEOBGE T. HOPE, Esq., President OonUnentsl Insur
vue Company. October 90
T. SAVAGE HE Y WAED& SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION HEBCBANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Angosta,
.WILL SELL AT
MONDAYS, WED NES DAYS,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
MENTS. We hold ourselves strictly responsible
or all goods for which wo have acknowledged the re
ceipts, and will render up sales no speedily as possible
Goods not insured unless instructed to do so.
March 0 Brnos
A. S. HULL, Agent.
DRAPER AND TAILOR.
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET STB.?
HAS NOW IN STORE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FBENOH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MARSEILLES, RILE, AND 0A8HMEHE
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
November 1 lyr
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant PertV.me, Diatilled from the Bare
and Boauf ifnl Flower from which it
takes its name.- .
Manufacture?! only by ^SIAI.OW & SON,
BEWAPR OF CODUTESFEim
ASS FOB T> aLONS-TAKE NO OTHFI.
Bo?4 by Draetiris ?-enerslbr.
Dumber30 I *.!. \'!w*7>V
DJAAO E. HKETZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Lato co-partuor of Mordocal k Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
201 East Bay,
OORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purchase or sale of COTTON, RICE, LUMBER,
NAVAL SrOREt-?, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
and to VESSELS consigned to our care.
Also, to ?alcB of all descriptions of Mcrchandlso at
MORDEOAI k CO., E. -_FJTTE & CO.,
MAH8IIALL, DEAOH k CO., E. 11 STODDARD k CO.,
S. 8. FARRAR, BROTHERS k CO.
Charleston, April 2, 1866. April 2
L. BOWIE & 00.,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW YOBK.
February 30 ?mo
B. A. EARLY, 1 f 3. F. EARLY,
Darlington 0. H.. S. O. ) \0har!ooton, 8. B.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding an?! Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST OORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAR
SET 8TREETS Charleston 8. 0., and oppoeitt
Court IIoust', Darlington, S. O, Will attend to tho par
chase, salo and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORES
and MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and consign,
menta sollolted. Cmo* January 11
a?. JJ. Trout.OliverAmsbary
TROUT ?Se AMSBTJRY,
Geno?al Commission Merchants,
AND DKALKRS IN
LIME, DEMENT, PLASTER PARI?, LATHS, HAH
and Shingles, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Grali.
Northwest corner of
November "J Orno East Bay and Market-Ptrcae?.
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
fir ILL ATTEND TO THE PTJROHABB, SALB ANL
VV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestlo Port?) oJ
COTTON, BIOE, LUMBER and NAV^L STORES.
ATLANTIC WIIAIll', Charleston, 8. O.
B. WILLIS.A, B. CHISOLM
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT?
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
No. 19 VAND1BIOBIVI WIIAUP,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
L.O. STYLES.-.,_.I. F. CABTEB,
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping; and Commission Hcrtats.
Ho o. 126 AND 128 MEET1NG-8TBKK?
Nos. ?S and B5 HABBIa-STXlB'ST,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
A. Getty.B. A. Sonder.8. T. Sonder
Deoembf r 33
CHARLE8T?.1, B. C.
Butter. Cheese and Provision a.
BE- Liberal advances made on consignments.
HEARTENS k WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY.
OHABLESXON, B_ O.
S. mm.S. S, M. WOHLTMAITH.
March fl 8mos
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
ROCKERY, HOLLO?WARE AND OLASSWAR?
BUILDDIQ MATERIALS, LIME, Ac.
No. 88 HAS?I. STREET
November 1 mwf
SPENCERD. C. VAN BOKKELEN
No. 198 WATISU-BTIllSET, NAIV YORK.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION OIVKN TO THE BALE
OF OOTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
GEORGE E. PRITOHETT, Charleston B. 0.
D. D. HOOOTT, Oamden, 8. O.
A. B. VAN ROEKELBN, -Wilmington, N. O.
April 14 -9moB*>
sooTT ?se i~eLuxor,
Brokers and Commission Merchant?
iVa-.-b.ln?to*a-3t.. Columbia, B. U.
W. s. sooTT.? . .w. a njmiox
Will give propapt attention to Pun*_?g, Belling ?tot'
vardliur nf**?fMercrtariillsA. Nftvamr??? 9 '
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT,
No. 108 Market-street,
A FINE BELEOTION OF NEW NOVELS, BY THE
i_ most popular writers of tho day. A fine asaortmeil
of Mlsoellaneons Beading Matter received by ever?
steamer and mall.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
BE" 8??*? ?r Circular. _ Marohl
AFRESH SUPPLY OF OILS AND COLORS ? ALBO.
? new k ind of BURNING FLUID, more than Mttti
to the old fluid and not near as dangerous. Merill'i
Patent Burner and Finit., superior to anythlngr re
brought before the publia Call and see the neu
Finid; we will warrant to satisfy all of Its cheapnota
ItcoiU less than any other Oil or Fluid, and ne chlm
ncys to break or buy.
We ere holding our stock of Paints, Olla and Olts? a
reduced prions. Cali at No. 43 Maraet-itrcet,
FfebrnaryM_AU8TD? k AZBtM
OlCit' A DAVI-AOBHT8 WANTKU *I*C
Se only ?EBB? BEB wJEEBBMo ttdaxtsa BBAW k CLARl
I?*t*rstord ?Stsrn. tnt^tmlmU
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAB
HAS NO EQUAL FOB PBE8ERVINQAND B.lADDt*
TYING THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Sold by Druggists ovory where
Depot No. 74 Fulton-stroot, Now York.
KING & CASSIDEY, Agents,
January 31_wfm6mo CHARLESTON, ao?
1866. FOR 1866. ^866.
EACH HOOF BEING COMPOSED '
VWO PERFEOTLT TEHPERED SIN GDI ;
BBAIDEB TIOHTLT AND FIRMLY TOGETHBH ,'
edge to edge, forming ono hoop, and making tea
STRONGEST AND M08T FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTBHI
AND MOST DURABLE SPUING made.
They wiU not bend or break like the ?ingle spring?,
but will always preserve their .
PEEFECT AHD BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.;
RAILBOAD CARS ?
OB HOUSE DRESS.
So tact, they are superior to all other?, oomblnlng [
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS ABU
BRADLBY'S DIPLEX BLLIPTIB
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For tale everywhere. Manufactured exoluslveiy Irf*
the ?ol? owner? of the Patent.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CART,
HO. 79 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS SIB,,.
For ?ale la Charleston, S. 0., Wholesale and Retan, toy
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EDWIN BATES k 00.
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JAS. B. BETTS.
BTOLL, WEBB k CO.
And all other Merchants who ?oil nrst-olaas SKIBTfe
In Charleston and throughout the Nouthern State?.
PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP !
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland.
OOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER HIV?
BTfl, BOAT 8PIKE?, Ao.
For further information, apply to
k BEE, Agenta,
No. 84 Esat Bay. Charleston, a C
N. M. GILBRETH,
No. iOl Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP UmST,
RESPECTFULLY 80LI01T8 ORDERS FROM HO
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly ?.tended to. P'JTTY for ?ais?.
0. E. CHICHEBTEE, .
aEAL ESTATE RROKEB,
No. 18 BR0AD-8TREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
AGENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALB OF
REAL ESTATE In any of the Southern 8 ta tea*.
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FAIRING. Ao. OF PITY PROPERTY_Angus g
BALTIMORE RIVET AMD SPIKE WORKS.
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GILBERT, DARR & CO., Proprietor* i
DUBL?8HED AT 8UMTER, SOUTH OAKOUH?, t\ ?
_ Totvnol flourishing business, ?nd now third Sa*
businus imp?rtanos in the State.
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