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THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg roBpGctfnlly io return their thanks to the
public for ita liberal eapport to their ?Tournai, and
promise that in the future, as in the past, it ?hall
he thoir aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. It has now
TEE LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper ianued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the?[State-issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It ia universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
11ST ID E 3? E 1ST ID E 3ST T,
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It is
? SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have spoken and written to
as concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
have thought'of doing this for some time, but
owinR to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commoneo to
publish a country edition of THE NEWS, and it
shall be our aim to make the paper tho best ever
issued in thia Stale. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of tho daily, but will be complete
aad original in itself, and we are certain that its
patrons will be as well pleased with it as are
our present patrons pleased with the daily.
i?B?jbKt? oar? :D.?ftj:ivsr s
Six months. 5.(AI
Three months. 2.50
CATHCART, It?ILUl & MORTON
No. 10 HAYNE-STREET,
OUARLK?TON, S. <J.
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Pioprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE 3PXJBLIO.
THE NEW YORK NEWS HAS BATTLED AGAIN8T
despotism for four year? of blood and terror, in
assertion ol' the sanctity of tbo Constitution. A patriot
ism sufficiently broad to embrace both section? baa been
Its only guide, and itrofer? now with honest pride to Ita
record to ?bow tbat It bau not turned to tbe right or the
left under all the violence of arbitrary power.
Truo to is principles as THE NEWS has beon through
the reign of terror, it challenges public confidence in its
honesty and independence for the future.
The political transition of the prcmnt day opens to
THE NEWS a new and wider field of usefulness. Stand
ing now a? it always has, cn the inviolability of tho Con
stitution, according to tbe interpretation of the strict
conslructlonists, it preset is a rallying ground for ali.
both sections, who aro friends of a generous consr.-vo
jj tiam. AB a truo and tried exponent of sectional scully it
\ occupies a position which make? it the fitting mediator j
In holding up to tho party cf order in both Bectlons, In
terests and principles tbat gave breadth and vitality to
] their alliance. As an lntorsectlonal agent, devoted to
freedom of election, to trial by jury, to the sanctity of I
the habeas corpus, and opposed now, as for four yoars of
terror it has been, to the centralization that dares to
trample on tho right? of States, North or South, THE
NEWS place? itself os a candidato for support before tho
great body of this once free people.
The circumstances of the moment make the diesem
ruination of the principies of THE NEWS ?duty or lu.
dividual patriotism. Every mau who concur? in Ita
doctrine munt, If he entertain a true senae of freedom,
do io lu uo spirit of indiff?rence, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bound, lu
bia love of liberty to do so, the proprietor places th? I
eanvass be make? here of tbe public generally in the
hand? of ihose men who give him the approval of their I
consclencea a? bia individual agent?. Every reader of |
THE I? EW8 can not avoid the conviction of duty which
is here pointed out a? the gronnd of tho reautst, that he
urge? 1U tlrJ?l? for a wider support upon all of his I
friends and neighbors who give their ?axnest ?ympathlea
to the canto of "strict construction," intersectlonal con
oiliatlon, and all the right?of the cUixeas under the sys
tem, ?et up by our father?, of liberty regulated by law.
Tbe proprietor of THE NEWS calla, tbereforo, upon
good and truo Conservative? throughout the country to
discharge to their convlctlcn? of political right at this
great criai? in the cone try's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to the influence of hi? paper, dally, ?emi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which it ?eek? here
through the service of Its individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
The? e two Journals are made up with special refer? '
ence to the wanta of country subscribers, and contain
such a variety of matter as to render them welcome to
every family In the land. Ia the matter of LITERA.
TUBE, the choicest stories of the best writers are
spread forth in their columns; and more excellent lite
rary matter la furnished in one issue than can be bad in
many of the exclusively literary journals of the day,
| The GENERAL NEWS is admirably ?elected oxd con
densed, so as to give all the current Intelligence In as
readable a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of tho country, and is always the latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE l8 carefully pre
pared, and includes reliable MAUKET RKFOBTS from all
points, which aro not excelled by any journal in this
Bead the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL I
LIBERTY, and we will ?ead them SPECIMEN COPIES
NEW s OBS DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub.
sorlber?.$10 per annum
NEW YOEE DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
?criben...$6 for 6 month?,
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FBEDAY.
One Copy one year.$ 4 00
Three Coplea one y ear.10.00
Five Coplea one year.l8 00
Tea Copies ono year. 80.00
Twenty Copie? one year.65.00
To Clergymen one year. 8.00
lad aa EXTRA COPE* to any CLUB OF TEN,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
On? Copy one year.$ 3.00
Three Coplea one year. B.C0
Five Coplea one y?ar. 8..B
Ten Copie? oue year. 17.00
Twenty Copie? one year.80.00
To Clergymen one year. 1.60
Aad aa EX TRA COPY to any CLUB OF TEN.
Any person ?ending . CLUB of FI FT Y for THE SEMI.
WEEKLY or WEEKLY NEWS will be entitled to TBE
DAILY NEWS FliEB FOR ONE YEAB. The asme of
the Postofflce and Stat? should in all cases bo plainly
?Tritton. To loBure safety la remittance, money order?
SPECIMEN COPIES SEN* FREE.
Tot Ntw YORK NEWS IS now taken 'throughout the
Southern 8tatC8, and the undisputed fact that it has a
larger circulation lu the South than the 'Journal? of the
New York Press combined, ?* ill insure the attention of
the commercial publio and tho publio generally.
Advertisers now availing themselves o? the opportu
nity to make known their business through the column
of THK NEW YonK NEWS, are convinced of the import
ance of ita great circulation throughout the Hduth, In
consequent? of the large rrders rooelved byihem, certify
to the value of this Journal a? tho best medium for ad
vertlslng, ?nd the publio generally depending upon pub
licity to secure aa extension of business oorameasur?te
with enterprise, should not fall to beoome acquainted
with the unquestionable advantages to be derived from
announcing, through tho columns of Ibis popular Journal,
whatever relates to commercial or financial mattara, no'
matter vhat may be the particular business In ?aloa
any party may b* engaged. Address
?Vow York Wtrtra Mutldlats;,
Mo. 1? City Hall Squar?, Now York.
N. York Advertisements.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
A GLORIOUS RESULT.
THESE ARE AS MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOH
rtJNE as Uioo wen* gateways to the ancient Thebes.
Your ambitious warrior Is for carrying bis way with the
aabre; your aspiring politician for scheming his way by
intrigue and consummate art But there Is ODO grand
broad path to the goal, along whloh nothing base can
travel. It Is the path set apart for the marob of talent,
energy, and noble purpose; and though full of obstacles,
It contain? none that a brave man cannot surmount
This fact has been exemplified In innumerable In
stances, butin few more forcibly than in the rise and
progress of DIL HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
For over Alteen years Its course has been onward and
upward, scsttsrilag blessings at every step until It now
stand? on the topmost roanas of the lead f fane, as
HOOFLAND'S GERM?N BITTERS
Ia a positiv? remedy for
DISEASES RESULTING FROM
DISORDER OF THL.LIVER and
DIGESTIVE ORGAN ?
And is the only certain and safo
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN OASES'OF DEBILITY.
By the use- of this Bitters
WEAKENED AND DEBILITATED FRAMES Bl
COME RENEWED WITH ALL THE VIGOR
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, and the patient In
a short time regains
Vigor, Health, and Strength.
t OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING BYMPTOMB/
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs!
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
In the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, ?Swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Difflcnlt Breath-.
lug, Fluttering at the j
CThOatitlBg <"" Suffocating
Sensation when in i JjjUsg Poe>
tore, Dnllnsss of Vision,
Webs before the Sight Fever
add Dull Pains In the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest Limbs, Etc, Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning Ia
the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, end
great Depression of Spirits.
THAT THESE BITTERS
CCHrAIN NO BUM OB WHISKY,
AND CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS.
IS NOT A
BUT A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE
FREE FROM ALCOHOLIO STIMULANT OB INJURI
It cannot Insidiously introduce the vice of Drunken
ness into the bosom of your families-to your wife, yon
children, or your friends.
Or others whose systems have become Impaired by hard
ships or disease, will find in this Bitters a tonto thatw
restore them to all their original vigor.
These Bitters have performed more cures I
GIVEN BETTER SATI8FACTIONI
HAVE MORE TESTIMONY!
HAVE MOHR RESPECTABLE (PEOPLE TO VOUCH
FOR THRU I
Than any other article In the market We defy any one
to contradict this assertion,
AND WILL PAY $1000
To any one that wlU produce a Certificate published by
as that Is not ?inunia
READ WHO BAY'i BO.
FROM THE HON. THOMAG ... FLORENCE.
WAHHINHTON, January 1, IBtA
Gentlemen'.'-Having stated It verbally to yon, I have
no hesitation In writing the fact that I experienced
marked benefit from your Hoofland's German Bittere,
During a long and tedious session of Congress, pressing
and onerous dutlos nearly prostrated me. A kind friend
suggested the nae of the preparation I baye named. I
took bis advice, and the result waa improvement of
health, renewed energy, and that particular relief I so
much needed and obtained. Others may be similarly
advantaged, li they desire to be.
Truly your friend? THOMAS B. FLORENOK.
From Rev. W. P. Bolgfried, Pstrtor of Twelfth Baptls
PHiutDsxpniA., December M, 1863.- Messrs. Joues A
Evans -Gentlemen:-I havo recently been labering an
der the distressing afreets of indigestion, accompanied
by a prostration of tho nervous system. Numerous
remedies were recommended by friends and some of
them tested, but without relief. Your Hoofland's Ger
man Bitters were recommended by persons who bsd
tried them, and whose favorable mention of the Bitters
induced mo also to try them. I must confess that I bad
an aversion to patent medicines, from tbe "thousand
and one" quack "Bitters," whose only sim seems te be
to palm ofrsweeteni?d and drugged liqnor upon the com
munity. In a sly wey; and tho tendency of whfeb, I
fear, Is to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning that yours was really a medicinal preparation,
I took it with happy effect Ita set%a not only upon
the stomach but upon the nervo^g gyitem, was prompt
and gratifying. I feel that \ naTe dsrived great and per
manont benefit from tit, xtsti ot a few bottles. Vory rei
peotfolly yours. |s D> SEIQFBIBD,
No? 2Si Sbackjunaxon-Btteet
Bee that tito signature'of "0. M. JACKSON" Ia on the
WRAPPEB of each bottle.
PBINOIPAL OFF?OE AND MANUFACTORY,
No. 6&1 Arch-street.
JOKES & EVANS.
SUCCESSORS TO O. M. JACKSON * 00.
For sale by Druggists and Desle?s In every town m
theUnltod?tttea. tbm ly October!?
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUT
TYING THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Sold by DruggUtB ovorywhero.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street, New York.
KING & CASSLDEY, Agents,
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
r WO I'tCUKEtTLY TEMPERED) SIN OLD
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the
STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEST
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bend or break like the Bingie spring?,
but will always preserve their
PERFECT ASD BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
Ia fact, they are superior to all other?, combining
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS
BRADLEYS DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For ?ale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively b?
the ?ola owner? of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY k CARY,
Ho. 7? CHAMBERS AND Noa. 79 AND 81 READE 8TB..
For aale lo Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale ?ad RetalL by
WM. T. BURGE & CO.
EDWIN BATE8 k CO.
RING k GOODRICH.
J. R. READ k CO.
WM. MCCOMB & co.
E. SCOTT k CO.
UFFEBHABDT h CAMPEEN.
JAS. B. BETTS.
STOLL. WEBB k CO.
And all other Merchants who ?eil first-class 8BIRT
la Charleston and throughout the Southern State?,
January IA ?mo
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AGENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND BALK 01
REAL Esl'ATL In any of the Southern ata tea,
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTINO, BJ?.
PAIRING, ko. OF OITY I'KOPK ii TY Autrui? 99
BALTIMORE KI YET AM) SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON &. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
HOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, ROLLER BTV
ET8, ROAT SPIERS, otc.
Tor furthar Information, apply to
BRUNS k BEE, Agent?,
No. M East Bay, Charleston, 8. 0.
March 8 8mo?
WH0LE8ALB AMD EBTAXL- DXAXXB ?
BHLLINERF AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At No. ?6? KING-HTRKKT. Citarle ?tun, B.C.
AT NEW HORK PRICK?,
aW Yortrville paper copy for two month?, ?ad seat
unto this office- Iw Nov?imla?r.I
NOLEN & STEERS,
?Ska Btreot ?ntl Second Avenue, New York,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBB
Xa ?U. sOKD B O*
LUMBER. MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDINGS,
BASH DOORS, BUNDS, AND BOX 8HOOES.
Turning ia all ita branche?. Books containing Pattern?
oi Moulding? ?eaton application,
December 27 lyr
PUTTY UP M?UTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
Ko. iOl Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP VRT?S1,
T) ?8PE0TFULLY BOLIOlTo ORDERS FRCM HU
Li old ?ad new customer*.
GLAZING promptly ?ttehttM to, FJTTY for sale.
THE S?MTER WATCHMAN.
HBTABLt?HED IN I860.
GILBERT, 'D?RRITCOH Proprietors.
PUBLISHED AT BUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA, i
Town ?f Tlourlshing busines?, and BOW Uilrd It
business ?m'pSrtance in tue State.
It affords a moat available medium o? ?clvextlslnit.
TI1K MOW BKA.
A TWEKLY PAPER, PUBLISHED AT DARLING
A. TON COURT HOUSE, has recently been trans
ferraiTto us by Us original proprietors. Located lo th?
lame District, and only one station distant'frota tht
great railroad centre of Florene?, our facilities for com
munication with oil part? of the conn try, arid especially
with the eitle? of Oharleaton, Columbia and Wilmington
from which we are nearly eon 1-dl ?tant, are oxsnrpai a D
The Editor. 3. H. NORWOOD, Esq., wa? fbrraerty w
known to the press of the HUte as one of the orlg in
i founders, and for soveral years Editor of the Darling i
I Flag, which paper was dltocmttnued at the beginning
the war. A? native? of the South wa r*sp?*tfully ?ol ic
a ?hare of the ad var? laing patronage.
J. L. COOPER 4k CO., atabllfjut?.
DarHagiou a IL. a a, DscemUr 50,19?.
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMXISbiO*
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos. ltt und 15 State-street Rud NOB. 1 tat.
OHAKLESTON. S- O
April it_ ^iwf
M. M. QUIN??liR07,~
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 5 is 7 KING-KTllliET,
OHARLBSTON, S. 0_,
JfO. 1 3 7 B KO A D-H T K K K T,
The latest Issues of the preSB always on hand.
Subscription?, received snd Goods delivered or tor.
?arded by Mall or Express.
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attanded to.
February 27 ly
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS ii CO.
WOULD RE8PS0TFTJLLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS and the public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OROCRBY at the corner
of King and George streets, thby have now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE st No. 38
Vendue Range, where they will be able to afford their
customers extra faculties. Their firm will oompriss
OJEO. W. STXT7KN8....r. 0. S0UNKB....L. EnHUENIlEIU?.
March 13_ lyr
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
N0. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
T. SAVAGE HEYWARD & SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
[WILL SELL AT
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 as speedily as possible.
Goods not insured unless InBtructed to do BO.
GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
COMMIS SION [MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON' S. O.
WILLIAM B. HERIOT &C0
No. 04=9 Kmg-street,
CIIAULKBTON, 8. O.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEBEBL
DEAL IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC B2
MARK COLLECTIONS AND PBOHPT BB
References In Kew Yorkt
Messrs. DUNCAN, 8HRRMAN k CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS & CO.
BXOHABD LATHERS, Esq., President Greet Westen
B, J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 WaU-street.
GjaWRGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Instu
tnoe Company. October 90
A? S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
COBNEB MEETING AND MABKET 8TS.,
HAS NOW IN STORE A PULL ASSORTMENT OP
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MARSEILLES, BILE, AND CASHMERE
A FU LL ASSORTMENT OP -
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 6001)8.
November 1 lyr
For the Han-dkerchief.
A Most Exquisito, D?licat?, and Era
grant Perfumo, Distilled from the Rare
and Ben-?: If" 1 Flower from which it
takes its name.
Monufucturou only hy TI A ?LOH St SON.
BEWAP?: OF S??HTERFEII'S.
ASK FOR ptTAL?rr?a-TAXE NO OU?ES.
Said'br Drnjejlrt? ffenerailr.
L. BOWIE & CO.,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
Febru?r%17 BR0ADwAY. NEW YORK.
ISAAC E. HERTZ. . EUGENE UUOHatT.
Late co-partner or Mordocal 4 Co. *uu*"" ???a* .
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO
SOI East Bay?,
COUNEB CUMUEHLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THB
purcbaso or salo of COTTON HIPV trinitii
and to V ESSELS consigned to our caro
AUCTION. "*le8 0t *U dcacrlP,lonB ta Merchandise ?
MORDEOAI k CO., E. LAFITTE k CO
MABBHALL, BEACH k CO., E. B 8TODDABD * CO.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MEECHARTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUB0HA8E. BAL? ANO
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ana Dom^Uc Portal?*
OOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL BTOBEsT
ATLANTIC WIIA11F, Charleston, S. O.
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Ho. 19 VARDEIIHORST'8 WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
L. O. STYLES.i. p. OARTHB.
February a _
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
WA O I? ESA IJB ?DSL?tXaBLMasV
Shipping anil Commission Mcruimiits.
HK>fl. 126 AND 128 MEETINO-HTItEH?
Mo?. 63 ami 5S IIASKL-STUKKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
As Oetty.Ka A. Sonder.S. T. Stvadar*
' COMMISSION MC1IM,
OHARLESTON, S. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
HW Liberal advance? made on consignments.
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMAM?,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OHABLBSTOIQ-, S. O.
u aumaaKJiB.J. a. u. ?wonvnuma,
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIQN AND DOMESTIC LIQTJOBs)
ROOEERY, HiJLLOWWABE AND GLASSWARE.
BHTLDINO MATERIALS, LIME, fco.
No. 88 HASKL BTREEV
November 1 mwf
B. A. EARLY, 1 f 3.T. EARLY,
Darlington 0. II., 8. 0. J IOharleston, B. 8,
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAB*
RET STREETS Oharlestoa B. O., and oppoattfl
Oonrt House, Darlington, B. C, Will attend to the JtW?t
ohac?, ?al? and shipment of COTTON, NATAL BTORE?.
.ad BEROHANDIflB generally. Orders and consle?.
ment? ?olicited._too*_January li
V. Ba Trout.Oliver Amabmrjr
TROUT ?SE AMSBTTZLrVST,
General Commission Merchants*
AND DKALKH8 IN
LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS, HAXB
and Shingles, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Urala
Northwest oorner of
Norember M teto East Bay and Mavrhet*sr???j?,
SPENCER?. C. VAOOKKELEN
Mo. 108 WATKK-BTUKKT, NEW YORK?
PARTIOTJLAR ATTENTION OIVBN TO THE BALM
OF OOTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
* REPRESENTED BY
OSOROE E. FRITOHBTT, Charleston a C.
D. D. HOOOTT, Camden, 8. 0.
A H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. O.
SOOTT ?5c HHRIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merehasts?
Washlngton-st., Columbia, ?. O.
ft. ?.eOOTT.m.?j........... O. IlsMRf.
Will giro prompt ?Mention to Purchasing, Bellin?; ana,
wardlag of alf Mcrchandlae._NoTetnUfsfaO
NBW BOOKS! NKW BOOKS!
?TXTST RECBl V LUD
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT,
No. 108 Market-street,
AFINE SELECTION OF NEW NOVELS, BY THQ
most popular writers of the day. A fine a?iortm?a
jf msoell?neons Beading Batter received bj onry
tteamer and mall.
The trade supplied on the moat liberal tenca.
sW Bead for Circular. March*
AFRESH SUPPLY OF OILS AND COLORS ; ALIJO,
a new kind of BURNIKO FLUID, more than equa
to the old fluid and not neara? dangerous. MeilR? a
Patent Burner and Fluid, ?apeiior to anything ya
brought btiort? the publia Call and aee the wSm
fluid; sr? will warrant to satisfy all of Ita oheap&ean.
It cost? lets ?han any oth6r Oil or Flald, and BO bhhaV
nrys to break or boy.
Wo ?re holding our ?took of Paint?, Oil? and Claaa at
reduced isleos. ?Hall ?t No, ?a Iilarket-?tr??V
y?bmary?B_AUSTIN k ALBBB
<D<Q? *? ? A VI- AOKNTB WA NT Kui <M
iJJs?O .?eU a new ?ad wonderful BEWMOBAOHIBB
?aW0??lycls?apiMM?tO?TUM?>?. aUadlMlal SHAW St &jSi
MsVVatt?. Mito. ^vUmhmSr