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JOHN KING & CO.
OFFER FOR SAXE,
Ori Rea-sonablo Terms?
At No. 88 Hascl-strcct,
Q/"_?*"? RUES. SOPER AND EXTRA FLOOn
tj\J\_? mo bills. Brown Sugar, assorted
60 bills. Crushed Sugar
nu boj-s Coff
20 haga Peppor
20 bugs Spico
5 bags Glugor
6 bales Cloves
2 cases Nutmegs
26 boiL.o f'round Glngor
2U0 boxen Adamantluo Candles
26 barrels Berring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxos Cheese, assorted
100 kits Mackerol
100 y bble. Mackerel
76 y libia. Mackerel
60 bbls. Mackorel
23 kits Salmon
60 boxes Codfish
100 kegs aud boxes Herring
100 boxes Soap
900 boxes Starch
25 bbls. Molasses
26 bbls. Copperas
60 kegs Epsom Salts
25 cases Cotton Carda
16 casos Wool Cards
36 chests Hyson and E. B. Tea.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Pino Apples, Ac, Ac
JOHN KING & CO..
March 6_mwf_No, 88 HABF.L-8TREET.
ef^\ BBLS. SUPERIOR BOURR0N WHISKEY
?DV_/ 60 bbls. Magnolia Wl-lskey
100 oases t-t. Jullon Claret
60 oaors Champagne, quarts and pinta
100 oases Sautorue Wlno m
100 cases Finn Old Bourbori*' lit-toy
100 cases Magnolia Whiskey
i 60 cases Prlmroso Whiskey, super
60 cases Old Ryo ***b(Bkoy
100 cases Fino Cortllal Gin
60 cases Old Q. Brandy
25 casos Rum, "St. Croix"
600 casos Ale, "Muir A Sons," cmarta and pints.
Just recoived par steamar s aud schooners, and foi
sale low by JNO. KING k CO.,
March 6_mwf_No. 88 Haael-street.
1 /~1f"~i/'">i PIEOB8 HOLLOW WARE, CONSISTING
_._?*-?._' of Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Frying Pans, Ac.
For sale low by JNO. HING k CO.,
Marchi 6_No. 88 Hnscl-street
6)tT\f\ BBLS. AM8DELL BROS. OELEBBATED
AU\J\J ALBANY AMBEB OBKAM ALE. received
weekly, and for sale by
JNO. KING a OO.
Maroh?_rowt_No. 88 Has?l-etreet.
?KIM M_ L?ASSWMB,
C*??T_ OBATES AND HHD8. OF ABSOBTED OBOOK
_a\J BY AND GLASSWARE, Jost received and for
?ale by JNO. KING k CO.,
Ma?b S mwf No. 88 Hasel-stroet?
?J WILLIAM GURNEY,
2STO 1O?3 _3__JBT jB_r_T_r
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
ter Liberal advanoes made on consignment
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMAM,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OHARLESTOKT, S_ O
m. __-TEKS.t. H. M. worn-__?f.
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOR*
ROOKERY, HOLLOW WAKE AND OLABSWABE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, fco.
l?o. 88 HABEL sTREET
No vero bor 1 mwf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD BE6PE0TFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS and the public that, in addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY st tbo oorner
of King end George streets, they have now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 38
Vendne Bange, where they will be able to afford their
customers extra taoUlUes. Their firm will comprise
ama. w. ?!_-_?....*? o. BOBI_B...._ BH_>_I_-a.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
February It _
GEO. E, PRITCHETT,
1 COMMIS SION [MERCHANT
HORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. O.
March U _emoa *
0. E. CHICHESTER,"
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 .BROAD-STREET.
C-Al.LH?TON, B. 0.
AGENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND BAUS Ol'
BEAL ESTATE In any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, IIB?
PAIRING, ?to. Ol' CITS* PROPERTY Aagus 72_
BALTIMORE RIVET AND SPIKE WORKS.
R. W_. TYSON ?. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
HOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER Bl??
UTS, BOAT SPIKES, Ac
For furt-cr Information, apply to
BBUNB A BEE, Agents,
90. 84 Eist Bay, Cbarleston, 8, a
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Late co-psrtnor o( Mord-al A Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER OUMBEBLAND STREET,
?\I7TLL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO TI
TT purchase or sale o? rO'lTON, RICK. LUMBER
NAVAL STORE.*?, and MERCHANDISE OE?_KALL?
and to VESSELS consigned to our care.
Also, to sales of all descriptions of Merchsndlso s
MORDEOAI & CO., E. LAF1TTE A CO.,
MAR8UALL, BEACH it CO., E. B STOLDARD & 00.
8. 8. FARRAR. BROTHERS A CO.
Charleston, April 2, 18110._April 3
B. A. EARLY, 1 1 J. F. EARLY,
Darlington C. II., 8. O. J 1 Charl?-ton, 8. 8.
II. A. & J. F. EARLY,
ForrrurdiHg uud Commission Merchants,
NORTH-WEST COBNEB OF EAST BAY AND MAB
KET STREETS Charleston 8. O., and opposlt.
Oonrt Honso, Darlington, B. O, Will attend to the pur
ohase, sale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STOBBe
and MEBCHANDI8E gonn rally. Orders and oonsigo
ment? solicited. Orno? January 11
COURTENAY * TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. 0.,)
TTJTILL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, A8
And will be pleased to s<^ their friends st
NO. 10 BOYCE'S WHARP*.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. O. TRENHOLM.
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
FACTORS, FORWARDING AGENTS
CHARLE8T055", S- O.
VI. O. BENNETT... .E. B. LILES... .J. O. MARSHALL.
REFERENCES.-Ex- Governor VANCE, Charlotte, N. C. ;
Hon. TH08. 8. ABHE, Wadesboro', N. O.; K. P. RAT
TLE, Etiq., State Treasurer, Raleigh, N. 0. ; MaJ. B. D.
TOWN8END, Bennettsville, 8. O. ; D. MALLOY, Esq.,
Ob?ra w, 8. O.; Vf. BRANTLEY PETTIGREW, Esq.,
Florence, 8 ?._lmo*_May 14
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO..
WKOLSSALB P*R A T.*R*F?tB,
Shipping anti Commission HercMts,
N[oa. 136 AND 128 MEETINO-BTBEET
liai, b3 and SB IIASBL-STREET,
?11ARLESTON, S. C.
A. Gatty.K. A. Sonder.S. T. Homler
STYLES & CARTER,
?HIPPING _ COMMISSION MERCHANTE
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Ho. IB VA-DKRIIOHST'8 WBAEF,
CHARLESTON, B. O.
L.O. STYLES.I. F. CARTER
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) ol
'OTTON, BICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORER
ATLANTIC W11 A UK. Charleston, S. O.
I. WILLIS.A. R.0HI80LX
WTLBUil & SON,
?ENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
0__.______j?T02Nr, s. o.
April 3 mwf
T. SAVAGE HEY WARD & SONS,
QENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Aagosta,
(WILL BELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
HHNT8. We bold ourselves strictly responsible
or AU goods for wblcb we bavs? acknowledged the re
ceipts, sad will render np sales as speedily as possible?
Qooos net Insured unless lost-acted to do DO.
March 9 8mos
SPENCER D. C. TAN BOKKELEN
COMMISSION MERCHANT, ?
No. 108 WATKR-PTHEET, NJBW YORK.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALB
OF COTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
GEOBGE K. PBITOBETT, Charleston 8. 0.
D. D. HOOOTT, Camden, 8. O.
A H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. 0.
April 14 6moB?
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
Ho. ?917 It I N Q-8TUEBT,
OHABLBSTON, S. O.,
Mo. 13Y nilO A D-8TREET,
(Opposite Monom ont-street.)
Tbe latest lssnes of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or tot
?arded by Mall or Expross.
AU CASH OBDEB8 wUl be promptly attended to.
\BW BOOKS!JEW BOOKS!!
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT.
No. 108 Market-street,
AFENE SELECTION OF NSW NOVELB, BY THE
most popular writers of the day. A line ateo rimen
of Misoslianeons Reading Matter received by even
steamer and malL .__
The trade supplied on the moat liberal terca s.
KkT Bend for Circular. MJ_CJ?1
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAH
J \*?SSNWa m* **>X
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEATT
rSTNO THE COMPLEXION AND 8KIN.
Sold by Druggists every where.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-stroot, Now York.
KING & CA8SIDEY, Agentq
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
SACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
tWl) PERFECTLY TEII1PERKD SINOLQ
BRAIDEJ' TIOHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHEh
edge to edge, forming ouo hoop, sud makin? te?
STRONGEST Ah D MOST FLEXIBLE, tho LIGHTEST
AND MOST DURABIJS SPRING modo.
They will not bond or break Uko the Gin lo springs
eut will always preserve their
PERFECT AHD BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In faot, they are superior to all othora, oomblnlng
OOMTORT, ECONOMY. LIGHTNESS AND
BRADLBV'S DUPLEX ELUPTII
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For salo everywhere. Manufaotnred exclusively b;
?he solo owners of the Patent.
WESTS, BRADLEY k CART,
So. 70 OH AMBERS AND Noa. 70 AND 81 BEADS STS.
For ?ale In Charleston, 8. C, Wholesale and Retail, b?
WM. T. BURGE & CO.
EDVVTN BATES k OO.
KING k GOODRICH.
3. B. BEAD ft CO.
wit. MCCOMB & oo.
K. SCOTT ft CO.
UFFEBHABDT ft CAMP8EN.
JAH. B. BETTS.
8TOLL. WEBB ft OO.
And all other Meroh&nta who sell first-class 8EIBT
n Charleston ana throughout the Southern Htateo.
SCOTT ?le HHKIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
Washlngton-st.. GolsXiubla, H. V.
W. B. SOOTT.-.
Will give prompt attention
.... .......W. O. UKDIOI
Purchasing, Sclllna un
WnOIiZ8AIa*E AND BETAU. WBAT.wn IH
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS ?fco.
At No. M6? KlNO-STllKiCT, Charleston, tt.ii.
Ar NEW KORK PRIOEH.
aw Yorkvllle paper copy for two months, and tent
I ?Ita this office- IVT NovntnboT ?1
NOLEN 8s STEERS,
.8d Street and Second Avena?, New York.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
iK aux ani?a or
LTJMBEB, MANUFACTURERS OF MOTTLDINGa
SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX 8HOOBS.
Turning In all ita branches. Booka containing Pattern?
of Moulding? sent on spplioaMnn,
December 27 IVT
PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
No. 201 Market-street,
HOUSE, SION, AND SHIP limST,
T> E8PEOTFULLY SOLICITS ORDI.BS FROM BL
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to. FJTTY for sale.
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, Ga.,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY,
Is a ea ig nod tho pnblioation of
AB having tho
In the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly every
County which lus Its Advertising done In Savavannah.
It Is the
BEST ADVEETI3ING MEDIUM
In Its Section of the 8t?to.
Dally.110 per Annum
Tri-Woekly. ? " "
VisfikXy. .? " "
S. W. MASON,
Editor and Proprietor.
April 27 - ____ _
BW THE WEEKLY BEOORD OAa? BE PUB
PHASED ?I B.l>, BUGG'S, A?arket-etroo?, ?^d M.. ~M.
QUINK'S, Kln?-Btreet, at which placea ne.-sb*.*. ?.; ??n b?
?TeT-No papers ?Wll be sold iron. UteOtnor? Hkjiv.
Mt-eat December 1??
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS
Bog respectfully to return their thanke to the
public fer ita liberal Bupport to tbeir Journal, an?
- ___!__-E!_rj_-.: K ?-...? .
promiso thal in tho future, as in tho pa?t, it Bhall
bo their aim to make
: MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in tho country. It has now
THIS LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in tho State, and ia
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the_?tate-issued in
folio form of eight page",, and the eizo of the New
It is universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the Routh. It ia
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friend? have epeken and written to
tu concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
have thought of doing this for eomo time, but
owing to the general ?Lia arrangeai ont of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commence to
pnbliah a country edition of THB NEWS, and it
shall bo our aim to make the paper the best ever
issned in this State, We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will be complete
and original in itself, and we are cortain that ita
patrons will bo as woli ploasod with it as are
*mr preeentfpatrons pleased with tho daily.
TB-tivre o_* __. __3__*
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CHARLESTON, & 0.
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW TOKE NEWS,
BEiVJ. WOOD, Editor and P/oprietor.
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despotism for four yea ra of blood anti terror, in
assertion of the sanctity of tbo Constitution. A patriot
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Ita only gnldc, and It refers now with boncst pride to its
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No. 19 City BaM Square. Nsw York.
N. York Apaisements?
First ^remiTim Steam Saw-Mi?s"
THE Fl lisT~PRIZlt,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
Oy the American Institute, st ttiolr Fair, lu Octobtw, IBU
for the best
AND STEAM ENGIN*
ORDERS FOR THESE, i>ANri ?* ?."v.-?.n.J.,, BVQAJt
Mills, General Machinery, iron und Urass i:.-k-.W?H(a
rorglngs, Railroad Cars, Ac., &o., prouiptlv OJlnl. ?au
Mots GEO. M. CLAPP, Tritkoursr,
Newburgh, N. Y.. eat..
L. 0. WARD, An???,
No. 6GLtborty.?t., (Room No. 8>, ?."?.
TODD & RAFFERTF,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS-,
Ofllce and Worin, Paterson, IVevJentf.
WAREHOUSE, NO. i DEY-8TREET, N. F.
.??-ANUFAOTDRERS OF STATIONARY AND -POST.
O? ABLE STEAM ENOINK? ?lld BOILKRSr^
lemp. Tow, Outturn, and Kopo Machiner* . l'T i rikaijr
Dill Geatlna, iron niul Bra?. i:nBtlnRs of'all aUa?at>c
.the?, Planton Machines, Drill?; Bhaping, Hlo??,-oi? aam
orlng Machines; Gear Cutters, Ox UTI n ? MUllinr aatal
olt-Cuitliig Mschlnes; Chucks of all kimi?. J.eatkSsr
od Rubber Belting, Laco Leather, Iii it Hooka, aft?,
eneral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine? fib pan.
ndson A Snow's Fatent Governors. Kaw Mill? Uoltoa
lins, Presses, Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD & RAFFERTY.
March 10_ly_No. j Dey-Htree?, K. T.
LATHROP, WDINGTON k CO^
NO. 330 BROADU'AV, KEW ?0BK,
OFFER TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBaOB.
AND BETA7LER8, at the lowest market prlo?
FOR CASH, a very largo and attractive stock of JURES
GOOD8, 0LOTH8, NOTION8, HOSIERY, WHITE?,
GOODS. Ar. fmw3mo Ki'lirnnjy 0
JAMES CONNlWiTiAs^ "
United States Type Foundry
I PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE.
1 atoa. >?rs, ;.'-? and 3*4 Crnrr?*.itr(et, N???-r VoriK-,
. Corner ot Ken.<l?*.*treet.
j THE TYPE ON WHIOIf IBIS PAPXB ia l^-.INTaTO
frou? the above .?oundrv tv Ootavra?. ?
MlXUFACTUREB'aS HARDWARE H Of ?Ka
HORACE W. LOVE & CO r
No. ?IO C11 IT-strm. New York.
ORDERS FOB ALT. KIND8 OF HARDWARE pi- invfcw
attendod to "^
Cotton and other Southern products received ere aast,
gnment, or in payment. lyr_Soptemlvr sa
DICEERSON, REED & COT"
slCPOBTatmS OF ARD DasAXEBS IB
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ?sX??S
?all other article? for tanners use.
No. 29 and 81 CLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON,
September 35_lyr_New Yorke?
DERRICK80.1 ?V BARTLETT,
?APER AND RAG DEALEBB,
Ko. 80 Ba?samtxn-?tr??t, N. Y.
JBrNTTNG, WR1TTNO, WRAPPING AND COLORBS
T Papers, 8traw and Bindera' Boards, Tarred rt'-^maj
Paper, Bauer Manufacturers' Supplies, and au kind* .
paper-mlll Machinery. Paper of every description mada
IO order. Baga taken In exchange for Paper. Orders, 19
??ail promptly attended to._lyr_October??
SHELDON, H0YT& CO.,
Ho. 48 OHAMBERS-ST. ANB No. ti READE-BT.
? IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN !
?DON and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, Cutlery, l
Pistola and Gun Trimming?. 10,000 dozen Horn,
??Brade's" Crown and Patent Scovils-Elwell'? and Am***
can manufacture--Collins' Axes, Whlttemore's Ctottca
Garda, &c ko,, at lowest market rates.
January a ?Vino
T3E3COS. JR. AuCSHSTE^sV?
EMPOUTin AMD aaasakaaaal IH
ann? Oroeerles, Cholea Teas, ?te, ote?,
Not. 260 di 3?3 GREENWICH-ST.. COR. OF MUUBAXtT
RAFFERTY & MoHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealt?.
WHOLESALE AND Id?TAl??,
No. 69 F?LTON-BTBEET, NEW YORK?
Beptember 38 ty*
DAVEGA, YOUNG & M?KENZ1&
LAI ANO COLLECTIO? OFFICE.
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC PA VEGA, 1
GEORGE B. YOUNG, J NEW YORK.
GKBARD L. MCKENZIE,)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF ?TOBEIGNOOLLfOa
TION BUSINESS of Mesar st. BIRNEY, PBJaSs
TIBS k FLANDERS, we will attend to the collection ?0
psat due and maturlng olaima thronghout the Untta?t
COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THB STATE*
WM. A. HINMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF PERFUMERY, OONOHW?
TRATED FRUIT ES3EN0E8 for Druggist?- saal
Oonfectloners' use, No. 30 Platt-street, comer o? Qowa,
New Fork. Fancy Boxes and Baskets for hoUday ?.?.?>
i nts, Sachets, Uandkerohlef Extrada, Pomade?, Ywtm
s r Bouge, Tollet Powders, Hair Olia, OU Musk, OM
Civet, Grain Musk in ounce caddies, OU Apple. OB
Banana, Bntyrie Ether.
Fine Han ilkorohle/Extracte in bulk to suit punlniisy
A oom pie te Catalogue will be forwarded by mai} flBSfkv
M Ait HOOD AND THE VIOOB OP YOUWJS
restored In fonr weeks, by Dr. RICORD'B B9L
8ENOE OF LIFE. Dr. Bloord (of Pari?), after y
earnest solid tatton, baa at length acceded to the i
requests of the American public, and appointed aa
in New Fork for the sale of his valued and highly-;
stataenoe of Life. This wonderful agent will
manhood to the moat shattered constitution", i
arising from excesses, the effects of climate, or i
causes. The time required to oure the moot in?
oaae la four weeks; and U used aoocrdlng to printos.1
?tractions, which aro very simple, failure Is lmpoesfiass.
This IHe-restorlng remedy should be taken by all s"
to marry, aa Ita effect are permanent. It is acknowle
by tile medical presa to be the greatest discovery
made. Ita developing powers are miraculous. But
In every case Is aa certain aa that science overthrow? fa.
noranoe. Vt. Bioord's Baaenoe of Life is sohl MB'
outee, with ta'.' Instrnotlons for use, at $8, or four quaflw
tltiea in one for $9 and will beeenttoany part, c?rtama?*
p?oke?L on reoaipt of remittance to hU ttocrtAHeA ?*,?.!
. Claw t^UUims>stossaU*am*e%
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
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THE KASTKIIW MO. OA. JOIIIXI.AL.
TB FOBLIBHED HVKRY SATURDAY MORNING 1
JL the town of BkmnettsvUle. 0. O. byW.F. K. Hal
DBBSON. Prcorlotor. . __
Term*.-.Three dollara uer annamlu advaoooit war
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