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1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
?WO PERFECTLY TEMPERED BIMGb_
BBAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHBB
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making tb?
BTRONGEHT AND MOBT FLEXIBLE, the LIGHT-ii
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING mad?.
They wUl not bend or break like the sin;;lo springs,
but wiU always preserv? their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In fact, they are superior to aU others, combining
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIQHTNE8S
BRIM'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively by
the sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS. BRADLEY At CARY,
No. 79 CEAMBEBS AND NOS. ig AND Bl BEADS 8T8.
for sale In Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale and Retell, try
WM. T. BURGE A 00.
EDWIN BATES k CO.
KING k GOODRICH.
3. R. BEAD St CO.
WM. MCCOMB k co.
E. 800TT k 00.
CTFFEBHABDT k CAMPHEN.
JAB. B. BETTS.
STOLL, WEBB k OO.
And all other Morohants who seU first-ass HKIRT.
In Gh_ leaton and throughout the Southon? Stetes.
Jsnuary 7S ?nae
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
? \\_?K***_ <8S?-? **?X
HAS NO EQUAL FOB TRESER VINO AND BEAUT
("Na THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Bold by Druggists everywhere,
V epot No, 74 Fulton-street, New York.
KING & CASSIDEY, Agents.
?Tannery 3? wfmGmo CHARLESTON. 8.0.
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
AGENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALE 01
REAL ES TATE in any oi the Southern State?.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE BALE, BENTTNG, Bl?
PAIRING, ka. OF QTTY PBOPBBTT Augu? 72
BALTIMORE RIYET AJSD SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON &. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004. Baltimore. Maryland,
OOK-HEAD RAILROAD 8PIEB8, BOILEB BIV
_; BT8, BOAT SPIKES, Ae.
Bot farther Information, apply to
BRUNS A BEE, Agente,
Ho. 84 East Bay, Charleston, 8. 0.
.. Wno__AI_ AND RBTAIL 9*_I_B XH
BJ-LLIHERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
4? Ho. S?6i* KIN O-STilKKT, Charleston, H .O.
o I ai ti. i AX MEW IOBK PBIOBB.
ew-Eorlt-ille j^per copy tor Kttb, B*,on_s, and seatd
ltJl_ti_ioffice.".'..'. "'IW' ''.ro Novemb-M
NOLEN & STEERS,
BBd Street and Second A-re?_*ae, Bear York,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALEBB
m AU. niIBB or
LUMBEB, MAHUPA0TDRER8 OF MOULD-'GB,
SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX BHOOE8.
Turning In all Its branches. Books containing Patterns
of Mouldings sent on appUoavH?**-.
Deo?mt?r 87 lyr
PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
No. ?01 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP \RTIST,
T> E3PEOTFULLY BOLIOITS OBDEBB FBOM B_
JCL old and new onstomers.
GLAZING promptly attend ?sd to. V JTTY ter sala,
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN.
ESTABLISHED ITST 106O
GILBERT, DARR & CO., Proprietor?
."PUBLISHED AT SUMTER. 80UTH CAROLINA, ?
I; Town of flourishing business, and now third ti
bis-ess importarico in the H"at?>. '
' It affords a most awilablo ni-lum ut alvaitlalnj.
tanaarv-.? '-?.i?..-- .?'????_
. THEAiBW -KA.
A WEEKLY PAPBK, PUBLISHED AT DARLINO
' __. ?ON;COUBT BO?S?,' has recently been trans
ferred to*as by,1U original proprietor?. Iaoeated in thi
same District, and only one station distent from th?
great railroad centre of Florence, our facilities for com
mun!-tlon with all parts of the country, and especially
with tho dues of Charleston, Columbia and Wilmington
?Prom which we are nearly eqnl-dlstent, ore __nrpasae
The Editor, 3. H. NOBWOOD, Esq., was formerly w
known to the press of the Btste as ona of the origin
I _m_li-, axsmthfaetaiaX years Editor of the Darling v
I Flag, which "pap- was dl?<aonU?usd at tho beginning
tb ? war. As natives ef the &>utb we respectfuUy Ml le
a share of the advert?alng patronage.
3. L. COOPER A OO., Pnbllsh-s.
D*?ltofrtou ?X S_J. Ox December a3,186?.
Dsosmbsr 98 MB ?___ m
T. SAVAGE HEYWABD& SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
5 WILL BELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
MENTS. Wo hold eurt-ves strictly responsible
or all goo4s for wblch wo baVe acknowledged the re.
celpts, and wUl render up sales as speedily as possible,
Qoous not insured unies? Instructed to do se.
. GEO, ETPRITCHETT,
COMMIS SION MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON* S. O.
WILLIAM B. HERIOT & Cd)
No. 349 __ing-street,
CIlAKliESTON, 8. O.
BEOEIVE DKFOSITSAND ALLOW INTER?S?
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMEBTIO E_.|
HAKE OOKLEOTIONB AND PBOMPT BE
References In Ham York.
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN A CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS ?_ CO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Westen
li. J. HOWLAND. Esq., No". 80 Wall-street.
GBOBGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Intt?
nee Company. ' October 30
WILBUR & SON,
HENERAL AUCTIONEERS & CQMMISSIOJ>
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos? 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 ant)
OHARLB8TON, S. O.
M. M. QUINN & BKO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 597 K1KG-STREET,
OHABL-STON, S. C7..
t?o. 137 BRO AD-STREET,
The latest lssnss of the press always on he.id.
BubocripUons reoelred and Goods delivered or tor
.rarded by Mail or Express.
AU CASH OBDEBS will be promptly attanded to.
Febrnary 71 If
V. 0. Trout.OllTsrAmtb-T
TROUT Se a___v?fS_JTJ_-_",
General Commission Merchants,
AND OKA LK, IIS UI
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARI8, LATHS, HAU
and Shingles. Lamber and Timber, Hay and Grail
Northwest corn or of
g??-mab- M arno nest Ba- and Marke'-tHreset.
SPENCER D. C. VAN BOKKELEN
*Jo. 108 WATK11-8THEET, NJ_*W YOIIK,
PABTIOULAB ATTENTION GIVRN TO THE SALE
OF COTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
GEORGE E. PBITOHBTT. Chsrleston 8. O.
D. D. HOOOTT. Csmden, 8. O.
A H. VAN BOEKELEN, Wilmington, N. O.
April li Amos*
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET 8TS.,
HAS NOW IN 8TOBE A FULL A880RTMENT OF
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLOBED
DUCK AND DKILLS
MARSEILLES, SILK, AND CASHMERE
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FUBNISBING GOODS.
No-remla- 1 lyr
?IT BOOK M1FAITOR?,
SUCH A8 RECORDS FOB PUBLIC OFFICES,
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Boobs, Day Books, ko., con
t a ntly on hand, and made to order, and with any das?
rl ptlon of Ruling. Bone but the beat workmen employ?
1 and the best materials used.
A pnvoti- l experience of twenty years In the abo*??
ne, and with faclUtlos unsurpiiaeod, enable me to war
nt ?t.tlB-cti on.
BOOK BINDING AND JQB PRINTING
In a lilts tranches, with new type, nsw presses, anti
d ramages not excelled In this city. L y We Rl?a_e,
ttles, Bonds, Mortgages,, s.o., 4a, onhi.d and print?
o order. tnUislyr ? Deoembea 1? ?
<_f>?v A -AV?-AUKNTR WANTKD TO
TO ?50 sell a new and wonderful SEWING M ?VOH IN A
the ctUyehsapoM _*?_._ Addreaa SHAW A OLAB1,
Bldd?oo?d Maia. September li
L. BOWIE & CO..
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY. NEW YOBK.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
w~_? o :__t&_a.x,:_ _)s_a._k__is3,
Stopping and Commission Meruhanis.
N;OO. 126 AND 128 MEETING-STREET
Nos. b3 Rii.l KO nASEL-STRBET,
CII AUIaESTON. ?S. C.
.?. Getty.K. A, Soutier.S. T. Sondai
STYLES k CARTER,
SU.FP1NG & COMMISSION MERU! Aim
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
MO. 1*8 VAN--"HORST'S VVHAUi?.
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
h.V. OTT-SB.I. F. CARTER.
WILLIS k CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMIISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domotrtio Forte) ol
OOTTON, BIOS, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Clmrlciton, 8. O.
B. WILLIS.A. B.0H18OI
UAAO E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Late co-partner ol Mordocal k Co.
ISAAC E, HERTZ 8s CO.,
Q?1 East Bay,
CORNER CUMBEBIaAND 8TREET,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purebaT or sale of COTTON, RICE.' LUMBER
NAVAL BIOREfc?, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS consigned to our care.
Also, to sales of all descriptions of Merchandise a
MORDEOAI k CO., E. IaAFITTE k CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.. K. B STOBDABD k CO.
a 8. FARRAR, BROTHEIiS k CO.
Charleston, April 2. 18110._April 2
D. A. EARLY, 1 I ?I. F. EARLY,
Darlington O. H., 8,0,| | Charleston, B. a.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Fonrarding and Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAI AND MAB
KET STREETS Obarleston 8. O., and opposlu
Oonxt House, Darlington, B. O, Will attend to the pur
obase, sale and shipment of OOTTON, NAVAL STORES,
and MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and co"lgn
mente "Belted._Amo* j January jj
SCOTT ?_ HERIOT,
Brokers and C0m_.ss.0D Merchants,
WaabingtoD-at.. Columbia, 8. ii.
BJ. B. eooTT.w. a __ox
Will give prompt attention to Pi-trohasing, Belling an??
warftim" nilli 1 Morclianrllr.? Nn??mbsr?'
NEW BOOKS! MEW BOOKS !
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT,
No. 108 Market-street,
A FINE SELECTION OF NEW NOVELS, BY THE
/V. moat popular writers of the day. A fine aassortrnen
if Miscellaneous Reading Matter received by erery
steamer and mall. ?
The trade anppllod on the most liberal terms.
OW Bend for Circular. Marchi
CltARIaKBTOIV, 8. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
OW Liberal advances made on consignment??.
MEHRTENS Se WOELTMANN,
AND '' ??.?Oj
No. 187 EAST BAT.
OHABLBSTON, S. O.
a. _T_?T_a?.......'......... XT. _ WOHLTUAsTB.
March?. ? \, _^__8_oa
JOHN KING 8s CO,
D_P0_T_RS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
. i PBOVISIONa . , - ?
?LOUR -I. V J.
t POBEION AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
,_ , 8EGAB8 .
ROCKEBY, HOLLOW WARE AND OLA88WARE.
.? txao, .
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, aro.
No. ?B ilAttKL STREBT
Norember 1 _towt
WHOLESAIiE AND BETAIL
QBoo m_?*I _* S.
GBO. W. STEPPERS & CO.
WOULD B1_PE0TFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS and the public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the corn ?sr
of King and George streets, th*y hare now opened .
WHOLESALE AND 0OMMI8SION BOUSE at No. 23
Vendue Range, where they will bo able to afford their
onatomers extra toolillie?. Their firm will oomprlse
eso. w, sr"r?im....y. o. Bo?un_....u BBznntrasBs.
March 10 . V-j_lyr
AUSTIN, ANDRUS k CO,,
HO. 181 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORD EES FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
ftl .. ?: i . ' ,' a.I
. f. FRESH SUPPLY OF OILS AND: OOLOSS, ALBO,
X_ ?new kind?af BURNING:FLUID, moro?tbia eon?
to the old flold and not near ?s dant erons. Mall]'?
Patent Burner and ?loid, s?perlo.' to aoythliig ya
brought before the, pnbllo. ?0_ : and sea the. ne?*
?.?Id; we will ?*sn_t to satisfy all of It? oheaptuw?,
II costa leas than any other OH or -?-la, ?_l TO chlm
noys to break ov buy.
we arc holding our ?*o_ol Paints, Oils and Glas? s?
reduced price*. QaU at No. _ _u-ketjtr-aat,
Fobrnatyl? AUSTIN k J___
THE PUBLISHERS OF
TUB CUARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg respectfully io return their thanks to the
public for ita liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in the future, as in tho pant, it shall
be their aim lo make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. It hae now
THE LARGEST IMMUN
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in tho_State - iesued In
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It ia universally conceded that
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j owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
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HORACE W. LOVE & CO..
l"lo. s?n I'ltrr-sci-crt, New York.
ORDERS FOR ALLEIND8 OF HARDWARE proms?
attended to .,
Cotton and other 8onthorn products receive?! on aOB?
romont, or In payment. _lyr_September m
DICKER30N, REED & CO.
r__TE_ O? AMD OataLEBS IH
XTOP^TE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, 2IN0
all other artloles for tinners nae.
No. 29 and 81 0LIFF-8T., oor. FULTON, .
?Vptember 30_i~_New York.
DEHHICK80N ?5. BAUTaUKTT,
_TER AND RAO DEALERS,
No? 30 Bsjekmsan-strcst, N. Y.
) HINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
4, Papers, Straw and Blndors' Boards, Tarred Booflnfl
Paper, Paper Manufacturera' Snpplles, and all k__ o
Paper-mill Machinery. Paper of every description mad?
to order. Bsge taken in exchange for Paper. Order? by
Mall promptly attended to._lyr October 28
N0. 48 0<_-BEB8-ST. ANT? No. 21 READE-8T.
fMPORTEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOB?
JL EIGN and DOME8TIO HARDWARE, Cutlery Gone,
Plstols and Gun Trtmmtiiars. 10,000 dozon Hoes,
"Brade'a" Orowu and Put-t Scovlls-Elwell's and Amw?
oan manuiacturo-Colons' Axes, Whltteraore'a Cotton
(lards, ko., ko., at lowest market rates.
?Tannery 8_ emp
LATHROP, LUD1N6T?N k CO,,
N0. 330 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
OFFER TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBER B
AND RETAILERS, at the lowest market price?,
FOR CASH, a very largo and attractive stock of DRESS
GOODS, CLOTHB. NOTIONS, HOSIERY, WHIT?,
GOODS. &0._fmwamo_ Fobruary 8
TKOS- _^- -"O-lSTE^sV",
mrouTEn AND D*~_B ra
aVtnm Ororcrlc?, Choice Tea?, etc., ?te,
.vc?, aoo _ aea GREENWICH-ST.. COR. OFMURRAT
RAFFERTY _ McHUQH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealer!,
WHOLK8A1.E _D "UTAH.,
No. 69 l?TJauTON-8T__?T, NEW YORK.
First _ remium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL.
Waa a-a-axdod to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
By the American Instituto, at their Fair, in October, lB6s\
for the beat
AND STEAM ENGINE
OBDEBS FOB THESE, GANG SAWMILL-., SUGAR
Mills, General Mtwihlnery, Iron and Brass Casting?,
Forgings, Railroad Cars, &o., Ac, promptly filled. Ad*
.treaa GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. 0. WARD, Agent,
No. "Liberty-at-, (RoomNo. 8), N. Y.
TODD _ RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDER^
Offlecand Work?, Patcrion, New?TerseWa
WAREHOUSE, NO. A DEY-STREET, N. Y.
.ft a- ANUFAOTTJI.ER8 OF STATIONARY AND PORT*
_L ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax,
Vemp, Tow, Oaknm, and Rope Machinery; ShafUnf,
dill Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings of all kinds i
.athes, Flaning Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
lorfng Machines; Gear Cutters, Centering, Milling and
lolt-Ontting Machines; Chucka of all klndu, Leather
ed Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and
en eral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops.
nason k Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Milln, Cotton
lins, Presses, kc, constantly on hand.
March 30_ly_No. i Doy-Btreet, N. Y.
DAVEGA, YOUNG k Mc KENZIE,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAYEGA. 1
GEORGE B* YOUNG, J NEW YORE,
GERARD I?, MCKENZIE, )
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF FOREIGN OOL1_0?
T?ON BUSINESS of Mesar.. BIRNEY, PRHH?
TISS k FLANDEB8, we will attend to the oollsotion Of,
past due and maturing claims throughout the On_st?
ates a-3 Ociada.
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATE A
WH. A. HINMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF PEBFUMSBY, OONOJO?
TBATED FBUTT ESSENCES for Druggists* and
Oonfcctioncrs' tue, No. 30 Platt-atreet, comer of Gold,.
New York. Fancy Boxes and Basket? for holiday pre
i nts. Sach?is, HandFerohlef Bxtraots, Pomades, Vin?.
arBoujie, Toilet Powders, Hair Oil?, OU Musk, Ou
?l-rot, Grain Musk In Olino? caddies. 011 Apple, Oof ?
Banana, Butyrle Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts In bulk to suit BBBaBBBBaa,
A oomploto Catalogue will be forwarded by mail on ap.
pli cation._6_"_ Jannary _
MANHOOD AND THE VIOOB OF TOUVsl
restored In four weeks, by D6 RIOORD'S _,
SEN CB OF LIFE. br. Rlcord (of Paris), after yean o
earnest ?oUottataon, bas at length acceded to the -raunota ,
reqnasU of the American pnbllo, and appointed an AMI
In New York fbrjhe sale of his valued and hlghly-prls?*??,
Esawnoe of -reV5 This wonderful ?gent will ree_rfl.
manhood to the most shattered constitutions, whethss)
arUlng from exoesse?, the effect? of climate, or natur?
cause*. The time required to cure the mort lnveterraa?.
oaae la four week?; and U used according to printed _.
. trn?tions, which are very ?Imple, failure 1? Imposai**??*,
This life-restoring remedy should be taken by all abotJt
to marry, M Ita effect are permanent It 1? acknowledged
hy the medloal press to be the grfaatest discovery errat
made. Ita developing pow er s are miraculous. Buceaa*i
in every ?Mae la as certain as that solenoe overthrows Bf>
noranoe. Or. Bloord'? Easence of Lila la sold ia.
ease?, with mil lnstruc?ons for nee, at $*, or (our qoass?
litios In one for JO. and will bo sent to any p*?xt, c_cf_y
packed,, on BsBtBai ?of ram l?tanos to his .ecre.lltert aamL
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