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Ereneral Commission Merchant.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO THE
City, will resumo buelut-ee as abovo reforrod to,
and respectfully solicits the former patronage ol his
Monda and tho public in general.
Particular attoiitlon will be directod to orders oxtended
by CAPITALISTS FOR r?K0IIA81;OR,8ALEOF FIRST
OL'SH LANDS ON THE SEABOARD OR INTERIOR OF
TH08. FARR CAPERS,
Novomb-'1 to 0-co No Bl Broad-streot.
T. SAVAGE HEYWAED& SOWS,
8ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 241 Broad*treet, Augusta,
IWILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSION
MENT8. We hold ourselves strictly rtsponslb1*
or an goods for which we have acknowledged the re
oeipts, and will render up sales as speedUy as potslbl*.
?ato?os net insir ed .unless inotructod to do se.
KUrch jj , i . j .. . ? , . ., ... aimo*1
GEO, E. PR1TCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
O - A-LESTON" S. C.
. March g _'_' Amos?
WILBUR & SON,
6___H_X AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFIC** AN'_ BALES ROOMS,
NOB. l8 and 15 Stiite-strcet und ?Vos. 1 and
0___VJE_C.ESTO_?T_, S. Q
? ? Apr? a ;- ?_niwf
M. M. QUINN & BKO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPa_PERS, STATIONERY, ETC..
NO. G ? 7 KINU-STHHET,
OH-.RL-8TON, S. O. "
No. 13? BROAD-BTBBBT,
Tbe latest Issues of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods deliver ed or tor?
warded by Mau or Express.
AU 0A8H O RD EUS will be promptly attended to,
;?. 5. Tronc,..!..,........OUvtrAraiDuri
. /?^OTJp' ?B _*v3vrs_?T_r-_t _r.
General Commission Merchants,
*f USE, CEMENT. PLASTEE PARIS, LATHS, HAT?
J_ and Shingles, Lumber and Timber, Bay and Grain
Nortliwoat corner of
tlovomhnri'a 6mo JQast Btv and Market-streaet.
SPENCER D.C. VAN B?KKELEN
No. 198 WATKU-STUK_T. ?.BW YORK.
PABTIO?LAR ATTENTION GIVFN TO TEE SALS
OF OOITON AND NAVAL STORES.
GEORGE B I-ITOHETT, Charleetou 8. C.
D. D. HOOOTT. Camden, 8. a
A. H. VAK nr.irtut'ygT?, a^il__n"n N O
April I* ' "emoB*
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET 8TS.,
HA8 NOW IN STORE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MARSEILLES, SILK, AND CASHMERE
A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
November 1 lyr
mm BOOK M-MTORV,
SUOH AB RECORDS FOB PUBLIC OFFICE!
Ledgers, Journals, Oaah Docks, Day Dooks, ko., coi
t a uti y on hand, and made to order, and with any da
- ri piton of Ruling. None but the best workmen emplo*
d and the best materials need.
A practica] experience of twenty years In ths abo'
ne,and with facilities ?nsurptssoa, enable mo to wa
BOOK BTNDD?O AND JOB PRINTIN?
? . In A lilla branches, with uew - type,- .sum presses, at
d fanUtes not excelled in this city. t. yer'e Blank
lties, Bonds, Mortftagee, ko,, ko,, on h i d and print.
o order... ?j tutiialyr 1 -seemlier 1?
mH_fWtjTHBRN_R IR POBLIBHED RBOOLARL
_ evory FRIDAY HOKMSu, at Darlington Cou
House, 8, C, by ?JAMBS M. into WN. and Edited by I
W. BOiD. Esq. It has lust commnnoed its 8EVKNT
VOLUME auder yery flattering auspices. It isa Uri
sheet, Is printed on the bett of paper, and the publish
I? determined to apare neither labor nor- expense
mating it worthy ol the larj-i st patronage, . Having
goed and rapidly growing circulation among the Piar
era and Merchants of Darlington District, and o ? 1
Poe He-e country ,i tollem ?ttfon.* luduoemeats to U
Merohtnta ana otners desironiI ol making them te
known throuflh the ned lorn <>( advertlsemei*
INTO 1 OS EAST B__"y
I'llAllLKHKiri, 8. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provision*.
OW Liberal advance? made on couaigon-euts.
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OHABLB8TON, 8. O
B. Is__-Bj.'. B. M. WOBLTsfaVini
Mareil 9 tuno*
JOHN JONG & CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DRAUSR?
FOREIGN ASO DOMESTIC LIQUORI!
BOOKBBY, H?LLOWWABE AND GLASSWARE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIVE, AC,
No. 88 Ii AH K1. 8?KKET
November 1 mwf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Gh^OO ERIE S.
! Eli W. STEFFELS ?CO.
WOULD BE8PE0TFDLL? INFORM TU El li CTJ8
TOM EH? and the public that, in addltlou to their
WHOLESALE AND BEI ALL URuCKiiY at the cornel
oi KInft and George atrvets, th.y have now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 36
Vendue Bange, where they will be able to afford their
onatoniera extra facilities. Their Urn. will comprise
ae formerly :
GEO. W. STEFS-F.N8....T. O. BOKHKB. . . . Is? BAXSEliBEBO
March l8 I lyr
AUSTIN, ANM?S & CO.,
COUNTRY OBDERS PILLED WITH DIHPATCB.
February 1 ?
L. BOWIE & CO.,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW TORE.
February 30 Sino
ABGHIBALD OETTT & CO..
supping and Commission Her?baats.
R[oo. 136 AND 128 MBETINQ-HTREE7
.tos. ?3 ?and 55 HAHKL-gTKKKT,
C1IA KLESTON, 8. C.
A. Getty._? A. Sonder.B. V. Sondai
STYLES k CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
So. 10 VAHDBBHOR8T'8 \V II A li x?
CHARLESTON, 8. a.
D. 0. 8TYLBS..I. F. OABTKb
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THB PURCHASE. SALE ANL
SHIPMENT (to JTarelgn and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, BIOS. LUMBER anti NAVAL STORKS.
AXL.ANT1? WI1A11F, Clitvrleaton, 8, C. '
IJ. WILLIS......A B.CHI80LIV
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HDOHET.
Late copartner o? Mordccal k Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND BTBEBT,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purchase or sale of COTTON. RICK. LUMBER
NAVAL STORE?, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS ooi.fl.gned to our care.
Also, to ?alea of all description a of Merchandise a
" I *ft___<Cata-.
HORDEOAI k DO., E. L AFITTE k CO.,
MARBUALL, BEACH 4 CO., - B 8T0DDAHD ft CO.
8. 8. PA BRA B, BROTHERS ft CO.
Charleston, April 3,156?. April 2
B. A. EARLY, 1 ( J. F. EARL?,
Darlington 0. H., 8. a | lOharleaton, 8. 8.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commlfislon Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OP EAST BAT AND MAB
BET STREETS Charleston 8. 0., and cppoglt.
Uourt Honae, Darlington, 8. C, Will attend to the pni
chaao, sale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL 8TOBBE
and MKRCHANDIBE generally*. Older* and conalni,
menu solicited. (Imo* January 11
j S?OTT ?&c HERIOT,
Brokers ami Commission Merchants?
tVnalkInpton-at.. Columbia, ti. t>.
W. S. BOOTI.p,.W. O. HJsaUO?
Will stive prompt attention to Purchasing, Belling an?
warrUne-ot ?di W^rehaniM?*". .kir>?*?iriTk??v 1"
NSW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
RUGO? PERIODICAL DEPOT
No. 108 Market-street,
? TINE BEt-KOTIOlv OP KB^NOVILB, BY TH
*j\^ moat popular irriters of the day.* A foe aisortmei
if Miscellaneous Reading Matter received by ove?
iteamor and mall. '- \
The trade supplied on the most liberal tern,*.
OW Bena tor CitcT?tt. . Marchi
AFRESH HUPPLV OF OIL? AND COLORS ; AL?
a new ?Ina of BURNINO FLUID, more than JM
to tha old Held and not ?ear as danscro?,?,? Merlll
Patent Bonier and Fluid," snoerlbr to ?suyshfng- y
brousht before the public*. C*ll and ses the. ne
Finid; we will warrant to saUtvfy all of It* cheapnei
It oo*U lesa than any other Oil or Fluid, and no chit
ney* to break or huy. j _
We are holding our stock of Paints, OU* and Glass
.*dact4 prices. Gall at No. 12 Market-?tr-ct
February 23 AUSTIN ft ALBER
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSE!
rwo PERFECTLY TR01PEKED SIHQLH
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHXb
edge to edge, forming oue hoop, and making th?
.TRONCEST AND MOW FLEXIRLE, the IdGHTES*.
VND MOHT DURABLE SPRING made.
They wal not bund or break like the single springs.
iut will -ways pr?serve their
PERFECT AMD BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
Ott HOUSE DRESS.
In fact, they tvre superior to all others, combining
JOMFOET, ECONOMY, LIGHTNE88
BIUDLKY'S DI?PLBX BLLIPTII
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale evorywhore. Manufactured oxoluelvely b
the sole ownors of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
So. 79 CHAMBERS AND NOB. 79 AND Bl READE HT6,
For Bale in Charleston, B. 0., Wholesale and Retail, b*
WM. T. BURGE k CO.
EDWIN BATES ? CO.
KING & GOODRICH.
J. R. READ A CO.
WM. MCCOMB k 00.
E. SCOTT A CO.
DFFERHARDT _ 0AMP8EN.
JA8. B. BETTS.
BTOLL. WEBB k CO.
And all other Merchants who sell first-class SK'BI
in Charleston and throughout the Southern States.
Jannsxy 2S 6m?"
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAS NO EQUAL FOB PRESERVING AND BEAUT
*Y1N G THE COMPLEXI?N AND SKIN.
Bold by Druggists everywhere.
Depot Na 74 Fal ton-street, New York*
KING & CASS_?x_Y, Agents,
?-mary31 wfm?a_to CHARLESTON, S.O.
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
No. l8 BROJVO-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
i GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND HALT* Of
___ REAL Eis TATE In any of the Houthorn States.
ALHO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, Bl.
PAIRING. 4o. OF CITY PROPEHTY Auirus 7
BALTIMORE KI VIM AND SPIKE MOKES.
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
OOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER Bit*
BT8, BOAT 8PIKJ_, Ac.
For farther Information, apply to
BRUSS A BEB, Agents,
No. 84 East Bay, Charleston, a 0.
WHOLES ALB AMD BatTAIX. DEALS- Of
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY<K)ODS TOYS' &?.
vi No. KO? KIMJ-STHKIiT. Charleoron. H.C
A? NEW tOBK PRICKS.
tar Yorkv-o paper copy for two months, and etea
into foin offlof?. lvr Nnvemb- 21
sid Street, onil Hccunci A-enae, New Yoi-.
HOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALERS
_ Alala -ID3.0I .
LUMBER, ' MANUFACTURERS' OF MOULDINGS,
BASH DOOBS, BLINDS, AND BOX BHOOKS.
rurnlng in all its branches. Books containing Port-ni
of ?loal?Lngs sent on applic.ti'?-,
December 27 Xft
PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP !
N. M. QILBRETH,
No. ?01 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP VRTIST
Y*> K8PEOTFULL? SOLICITS ORDERS iTBOH HI
?\, old and new customers.
GLAZIN?"} promptly attend ed to. FJTTT for sale.
THE S??MTER WATCHMAN.
BSTABLISHBD IN 18oO
GILBERT, DARR & CO., Proprietors
PUIILIWIED AT HUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA. ,
8 I Town of flourishing bunine-, and now third )
1 business _poi_ooe In the State.
it affords a mott available medium ut a-i vent oin v.
THK NOW K11 A.
A WEEKLY PAPBR, PUBLI8B_D AT DARLING
/_ TON CO?BT HOUSE, has i-eoenMy been tram
'erred to na by Its origins! proprietors. Located lo ti,
.an>e District, and only one station til?tant from tb
tne*.t railroad cetitre of Florence, our faoflltiae for ron
municatlon with all parts of the connlry, and especial]
.sith the cute? of Charlo-*.ion. Columbia and Wllmintr?.?
*ro_ whloh weareueArlyMul-dlntant, are unsnrr.it? r
The Editor, J. H. NORWOOD. Esq.. was formerlir w
known to the pr?ts of the ?tate as one of the origil
?anders, and for seTeral years Edit?- of the Darling t
Flag, which paper was disonntinued st the b^rUiBtng
the wac As nat?-es of the Sontb wo i*t-*pectf_ly sol i
t share of U?e t-vertli?-et pttronago.
J. L. COOPER A CO., Pul_*het_
Dasi-AtouO. H.. S.O.. Deorn-* ?, lie*.
Deoambat 76 gftga? ___, m
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NBWS
Beg respectfully to retara their thanks to the
publio fer its liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in the future, as in the pant, it shall
be their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. It has now
THE LARGEST (!II,?ilUT?(H\
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and ia
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in tbelStatc-isaued io
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It ia universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It ia
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our Monde have spoken and written to
na concerning the publication of a Tri-Weokly. We
have thought of doing thia for some time, but
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we hare concluded not to do eo until the
commencement of next seaaon.
On tbo first of September we will oommenoe to
publiah a country edition of TH? NEWS, and it
shall be our aim to make the paper the best ovo.
issued in thia State. We intend introducing on.
Uroly new features in this enterprise; it will no1
be a nummary of tho daily, but will be complet*
and original in itself, and we are certain that lti
patrons will be as well pleased with it as ari
our present patrons'pleased with tbo daily.
TERM'S OH? X5_k.I_.Y-:
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HAKE UP YOUR CLURS,
NEW YORK NEWS.
BENJ. WOOD, Editor ami P.oprietor.
THE ONLT RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE PUB-IC.
rIE NEW YORK NEW8 HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four years of blood and terror, lu
assertion of tho sanctity of the Constitution. A patriot
ism sufficiently broad to embrace both sootlons haa been
ita only guide, end It refers now with honest pride toit?
record to show that it bns not turnod to the right or the
left under all the violence of arbitrary power..
Truo to Is principles ss TUENEWH hss been through
the reign of terror, it challenges public confidence lu Its
honesty and ludt-pondence for tho future
Tho politic?! transition of tho prottnt day opens to
I THE NEWS a ntw and wider Hold of lisefiilnesB. Stand
ing now as it al?ays ha?, in tho inviolability of the Cou
I stitutlon, according to tho interpretation of the strict
I conBtmctionlEtB, it preset Is a rallying ground for all, in
both sections, who uro friends of a generous conserva
r beta. AB a true and tried exponent of sectional amity it
occupies a position which mukeB It tho Utting mediator
m holdlug up to tbo party ( f order In both section?, in
terests tuid principle? that gave breadth and vitality to
their alliance. As an intersections! ?gent, devoted to
freedom of election, to trial by jury, to tho sanctity of
the habeas corpus, and oppoBod now, as for four yoars of
terror It hasbeon, to the centralization that dares to
trample on the rights of States, North or South, THE
NEWS places itself as a candidate for support boforo the
gi-t body of this once free peoplo.
The clrcnmstancos of the moment make the disBom
minatlon of the principles of THE NEWB a duty of in
dividual patriotism. Every man who concurs in its
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earnestness of a high trust. Justlfled, nay bound, in
his love of liberty to do so, tho proprietor places the
canvass he makes here of the public generally in the
hands of ?hoto men who give him the approval of their
consciences as his Individu- agents. Evorv reader of
TUBbEWB can not avoid the conviction of duty whlol
ls hero pointed out as the ground of the request, thal he
arges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies
to the oaute of "strict construction," Inters-tional con
ciliation, and all the rights of the cltlxens under the sys
tem, set up by our fathom, of liberty regulated by law.
The proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, upon
good and true Conservatives throughout the country to
discharge to their convictions of political right at this
great orl?is in the oom. try 'a forton es, the duty of giv
ing to the influence of his psper, dally, semi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which it seeks here
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every family in the land. In the matter of LITERA
TURE, the ch.l-st Btoriet of the bett writers are
spread forth in their columns; and more oxcallent lite
rary matter Is f urnUhed In one Issue than can be bad In
many of the exclusively literary Journals of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS ia admirably selected aud con
densed, so aa to give all tho current Intelligence in aa
readtblo a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of the country, and Is slways the latest.
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consequence of the large rrders received by them, ccrtii*
to the valuo of this Journal as the bett medium for ad
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N. York Advertisements?*.
Ho. 4? OHA_B._8-aT. \Hi? No. 31 EKAi*3*iir.
rMPORrERSAJ-TD WHoi_9ALK DEALER? IM 9XJ9U
1 ia?* and1 DOMEaSTK? UARI.WABE. oaSarjt. ???.>.
__S. 1?*? 0UC ?..?..???...?.*". lO.lKXI doxe.? Uto?,
."Jr?.lo B Crown tud Hat??i>t!^,>,__E|W0u'e .._*._?,*,.
can aiannfaottirrv-Oollin?' *.IeB wwttf-oro^'Ciri.-.H?
Garda, &c, ?to,, ?t townnt n?arat.,| rate?.
T__OS. R,- ^OJST.ErW',.
UsVOU.r.n ?.NU UsUaUKS ia
?ln?t?mccrir.i. ''niiin Tea?,, etc.. ?*Wi^,
Y?. ISO ? Iti GREEN WsLtt-m.. VOR. Of MUMAAtT
Importers, Maunfacturers and l>*a.trt\
WHOLKSALK AND RKTA.I1*,
No. 69 P?X.TON-STREET, NEW YOB35,
Beptcrabci 30 .a*?.?
First Pieia?iim Steam Saw-Milte?. 7~
THE FIRST PRIEE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
"Waa mwavrded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
UytboAmcrrlcaa loaUtut?, at itieir Fair, In gc to bro 1XB_
tor the best * ^^
AND triKAAl KINU1KK
ORDERS FOB THESE. GANG 8AW-Ml_,>?, BQBtBM
Mill*, Genera) Mau.?iu??r>, Iroti and bro?n'or?osi.\***v
rorglng*, Railroad Oar?, A.c., Mc, promptly niw-A. _?.
Ire*? GEO. M. CLAPI*. TreMi.it?*,
Newburgh, M. V./e?
L. 0. WAK!), AifMiL
Ho. ?Uberty-at,, (Boom Ho. 8), H ?.
Deoembor ia_ "-?y.
TODD & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS &. FOUNDERS,
linict and Woi'lm, Pntcriiun, New J(r.ke-s.
WAREHOUSE, NO. 4 DEY-BTRa:i?T, N. V.
MANUFA01URER8 OF STATIONARY AN? POR!*.
ABLE STEAM ENGINE? and UolLKliS-. 71_~
temp, low, Oakum, and Kopo Machiner?-; ??hart'??
A ill Uoa-liiK. lion and Bran? ( Bating?, of all ti?1}?*>
athea, Plitulnii Machlnea, Drills; BhipiUK, Hint:?.,: x ?nd
onng Machlnea; Ocar Cutters, Centering, to.llisit* on*
nlt-Outtini* Machines; Chucka of all kinds, .-.(.?tkaj
lid Rubber Belting. Lace Leather, Belt Book a, asr4f
?neral Supplies fur Railroad and other Machias ?lajy?,
adatan & HUOW'B Patent Giivemora. Baw Millo, U .>***->->
tina, Frenaos, Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD k BAFFERTT,
March 30_ly_No. 4 Dey-BUeel. K. _
DAVEGA, YOUNG & M?_ESflIa
LAW AND COLLECTIOS OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
GEORGE B. YOUNG, J NEW YORK,
OKRAHD L. MuKENZIE,"
H AVINO SUOOEEDED TO THF -"OREIQN 0Ol_Be>
TION BOHINE8H of Menai,.. BIRNEY, 1_BJJ.
T1SB k FLANDERS, wo will attend to the eoHeotfc-q tai
paat dne and maturing claim* throughout the VsmaaJ
atea S_? *"???__
COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THE ST ATEO,
January g ,_
WM. A. HINMAN,
SyrANTJFAOTTJREB OF PERFUMERY, OONOatt.
Lu TBATEDFB?1T ESSENCES for Drugglato'*XJS
Oonfoctlouoro' nae, No. 20 Platt-atreet, corner ol Ot?tat*
New York. Fancy Boxes and Basketa for holiday ?ra**
t nts, Bach*]*, Handkerchief Extract*, Pomade*. V_*w
? r Bongo, Toilet Powders, Hair Oil*, Oil Maali. OU
Olvet, Grain Moak In onnoe oaddiea, OH Apple. Ol)
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