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JOHN KING & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS .
OFFER FOR SALE,
On Reasonable Terms?
At No. 88 Hascl-streot,
Q/^ii*-V DHLS. SOPER AND EXTRA FLOUR
fjUU 100 bola. Brown Sugar, assorted
60 bbls. Crushed Sugar
60 buga I'nii'.-J
20 bag? Poppor
20 bags Splco
6 bags Oltiiior
6 balea Cloves
2 caseB Nut-rgs
25 boxea Uriiiuid Ginger
200boxes Adamantine Candles
26 barrels Herring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxos Clicoso, assorted
100 kits Mackerel
100 y bblB. Mackorel
75 },' bbls. Mnckorel
50 bbls. Mackerel
25 kits Salmon
60 boxea Codfish
100 kegs aud boxes Honing
100 boxes Soap
200 boxes BUrch
25 bbls. Molr.sscB
25 bbls. CopperaB
60 kegs Epsom Salta
25 casos Cotton Carda
15 caaes Wool Cards
25 chests Ryson aud E. B. Tea.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Pino Apples, ko., ko.
JOHN KING & CO.,
March6_mwf_No. 88 HA8EL-STREET.
fr f~\ BBLS. 8?PERIOR BOURBON WHISKEY
?U60 bbla. Magnolia Whiskey
6 bbls. Gin
100 oaaos ?-1. Julien Clarot
60 oases Champagne, quarts and pinta
100 cases Sauteruo Wine fjk
100 cases Fine Old Bourbon^?lilskoy
100 casos Magnolia Whinkoy
60 casos Primroso Whiskey, super
60 casos Old Rye Whiskey
100 cases Fino Cordial Oin
60 can OB Old Q. Brandy
25 cases Rum, "St. Croix"
600 cases Ale, "Muir & Sons," quarts and pints.
Jost received per steamers and schooners, and foi
B_.? low by ?INO. KING A OO.,
March 6 mwf * No. 88 Hasel-street.
1 j~\j~\f\ PIECES HOLLOW WARE, CONSISTING
JLvJ _??_<* of Pots, O vu UK, Spldors, Frying Pans, Ac.
For sale low by JNO. KINO k CO.,
Marchi 5 No. 88 Hasol-atreet.
C)j~\r\ BBLS. AMSDELL BROS. CELEBRATED
?_V/ _/ ALBANY AMBER CREAM ALE. received
weekly, and for sale by
JNO. KING <-? GO.
March?_mwi_No. 88 Haeel-stroet.
MOCKERY AND^ LGASSWARB,
(T%/-\ CRATES AND HHDB. OF AS90RTED CROOKE.
JU\J RY AND GLASSWARE, just received and for
sale by JNO. KING A OO.,
March 5_ mwf_No. 88 Hasel-street.
ISTO 1O?3 23.__.ST ___*__?__
CHARL-?TON, 8? C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions,
to* IA boral advances made on consignments.
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OHAR-BBTON, S. O.
B. _____"".I. V. BL WOHLTMAITH.
March 9 . amos
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS _ WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQOOBf
BOCKERY, HOLLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME,.Ac.
No. 68 liAS_L. ?TllKET
Novomber 1 mwf
O-IROO W:Bil _a s.
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TU?IR CUS
TOMERS and the publlo that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the corner
of King and George strcota, tiny have now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 28
Vendue Ranga, where thoy will be able to afford their
ona to mer. extra facilities. Their firm will comprise
OEO. W. ffI-_r?*XN8....F. 0. Sa_ KB ....It, DE-DEHB_- .
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
COMMIS SION ?MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON' S. C.
March 9 ("moa*
C. B. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND BALE 01
REAL ESTATE In any of the SonUicrn States.
?O AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, B?>
PAIRCNO. Ao. OF CITY PllOPEUTY Autrua 71
BALTIMORE RIVET AND SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004. Ballimore, Maryland,
TTOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER BXV*
J?L -TU, BOAT SPIKES, Ac.
Wow faxt-- 1_-?metloc. apply to
BRUN8 k BRIE, Agenta,
Ho. B4 East Bay. Oharleaton. a O,
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM.
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. a,)
TT7TLL CONTINUE BU-1N-38 IN CHARLESTON, AS
And will be plva&cd to seo theil frienda at
NU. IO III? YCli'M IVI IA It F.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. O. TRENHOLM.
W. O. BE^S[__TT & CO.,
FACTOR?, FORWARDING AGENTS
CHABLBHTON", S. O -
W. O. BENNETT....E. R. LILES. ...J. O.MARSHALL.
RisrKi-NC?B.-Ex- Ooveruor VANUE, Charlolto. N. O. ;
Hon. THuS B. AStlE. Wudesboro', N. C; K. P. BAT
TLE, Enq.. Stato Treasurer, Raleigh, N. 0. ; MaJ. B. D.
TOWNSEND, Bonnet-ville, S ?J.; D. MALLOY, Esq.,
Chcraw, 8. C; W. BRANTLEY PETTIGREW, _M.,
Florecer, S C. Imo* May 14
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE BUCHET.
Late co-partner of Mordecai A Co.
ISAAC ?. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
, GENERAL COMMISSION
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THi
purchase or Bale of COTTON, RICE. LUMBER
NAVAL STORE*, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS consigned to our caro.
Alvo, to sales of all descriptions of Merchandise B
MORDEOAI A CO., E. LAFITTE A CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO., E. B 8TODDARD k CO.
8. S. FARRAR. BROTHERS & CO.
Charleston, April 2, I860._April a
B. A. EARLY, ? I J. F. EARLY,
Darlington O. n., 8. 0. J I Charleston, 8. 8,
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
YTORTHWESTOORNER-GFEABT BAY AND MAR
_1 KET STREETS Charleston B. 0., and opposlb
Uourt House, Darlington, 8. 0., Will attend to the pot
ebano, sale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORE*
uid MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and consign
ments solicited. 6mo* January 11
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO..
Shipping ami Commission Merctots,
RiOB. 120 AND 128 MEETING-STBKE'J
WAKEH OOBES :
Moa. b3 and 55 HASBL-STREET,
CHARLESTO-, S. (J.
A. Oetty.K. A. Sonder.B. Ta Boud.r
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCIlAim
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
MO. IO VANDKllHOasT'S WHARP
CHARLESTON, 3. O.
L. 0. STYLES.I. F. CARTER
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
l STILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SAT.*. AN1
W SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestie Porta) ol
UOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Clin.rlci.ton, S. C.
I. WILLIS.A. R.0HTBOLS!
WILBUR & SON,
(JENERAL AUCTIONEERS & C0MMXSSI01
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and No?. 1 and
0____._STON, S. O.
April a_ mwf
T. SAVAGE HEYWABD& SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad _treet, Augusta,
WILL SELL AX
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN.
MENTS. We hold ourselves strictly responsible
or au goods for which we have acknowledged the re
ceipts, and will render up sales as speedily aa posaibit.
Goooa nat Insured uni eau Instructed to do se.
WHO__AI_ AND RETAIL D___B IN
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At No. noa KlNG-STBEKT,C!iarlMHjn, S.O.
AT NEW SORE PRICES,
JEaT* York ??111 e paper oopy for two months, and ment
i lllto _____ 1-' Novembers!
NOLEN & STEERS,
?3d Street and Second Avenue, New York,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IM Alt KINDS OF
LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS OP MOULE?INCB,
SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX 8HOOE8.
Taxnlng In all Its branches. Books containing Tatternt
of Mouldings aenlon appl-ati**,
Deoembar IT lyr
SCOTT _B HERIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
Washington???*.. Columbia, 8. C.
w. m. RooTT.....w. o. nsnioi
Will give prompt attention Purchaalng, Belling an?*
waifilin<7 nf allMeroha .lia? 'Mf?mh.r >
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholeisale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
Mo. ??7 KIHO-8TREET,
OHABLBSTON, O. <J_,
Ho. 137 BIIOAD-HTUKKT,
(Opposite Monument- e troct,)
__TJ_r TJSTA _-__.
Ilia lal-t Usueii of the presa always on buna.
Subscriptions rooclvod and Gooda delivered or tor.
rardedby Mailor Express.
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAH NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUT
TYING THE COMPLEXION AND SEIN.
Bold by Druggists every wlioro.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street, Now York.
KINO & CASSIDEY, Agents,
*i intimo CHARLESTON. 8.Q.
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
EACH HOOF BEING COMPOSED
TWO PERFECT!.Y TEMPK11K? HIFI UM?
BRAIDED TIOHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
odgo to edge, forming ouo hoop, and making thi
?TR0NOE8T AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEfi?
?.NI) MOST DURABLE SPUING made.
They will not bend or break Uko the single spring*,
out will always preservo their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In fact, they are superior to all others, combining
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS
BRADLEYS DUPLEX ELLLPTK
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively b
ihe solo owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY k CARY,
So. 70 CHAMBRES AND NOB. 79 AND 81 READE STS.
For sale in Charleston, 8. O., Wholesale and Retail, b?
WM. T. BURGE k CO.
EDWIN BATES k CO.
KING k GOODRICH.
3. R. BEAD & CO.
WM. HoCOMB k CO.
E. SCOTT k CO.
UFFF.RHARDT k OAMP8EN.
JAR. B. BETTS.
STOLL. WEBB k GO.
And el, other Merchant? who sell first-class SEIR1
in Charleston and throughout the Southern States.
January art im"
MUNT BOOK ?tUniuRi.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOB PUBLIC OFFICER
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, &c, con
t m ntly on hand, and mado to.order, and with any des
rl ption o f Ruling. None but the boat workmen employ
d and the best materials used.
A practical experience of twonty years in tho abovt
ne, and with facilities una?passed, enable me to war
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTIN6
In a lilts branches, with new type, i JW presses, and
d ventases not excelled In ibis city. L < y cr'a Blanks,
11 los. Bonds, Mortgages, &c, &c., on h i d and printed
o order. iutlislyr December 14
SPENCER D.C. VAN BOKKELEN
No. 108 WATER-STREET, NEW YORK.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION G1VFN TO THE SALE
OF-OOTTON AND NAVAL 8TORE9.
GEORGE E PR1T0HKTT, Chsrleston 8. 0.
D. D. HOCOTT, Camden, 8. O.
A H. VAN BORKELEN, Wilmington, N. O.
April 14 6mos*
THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX
Great Redaction in the Rates of Ad ve?*?
THE COLUMBIA PfiflSNTX (PUBLISHED DATL?
and Tri-WcoVly) has boen GREATLY ENLARGED,
and In the quantity and quality oi its rerdlng matt?!
win compare favorably with any paper in the State. Th?
subscription price to tho Daily is $10 a year, Tri-Week
The terms for transient sdvertlslng have been RE
DUOED OVBB TWBNTY-FTVE PER CENT, j while th?
monthly and quarterly rates have been lowered to snob
air extent as to place the columns of the paper wit air
thi .each of dtslors and manufacturer? generally.
JULIAN A- tELBY.
?anusry Vs Proprietor Columbi? ??hoards.
A a>AVi-aUiCrsTH gCTWsP jg
, aril a new and wonderful SEWING MACHINE
tta?tmt'?ctaap.tat>?Jtossawa4.. ?ddteeo OlrLkW ?fc CLARK
W -- I ?-?v. MM
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CnABLESTON DAILY NEWS
Bog respectfully to retnru their thanks to the
public fer ita liberal support to their Journal, and
promiso that in tho future, ae in tho past, it bhall
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WIIOL.H.HAl.H. AND UJK.TAIJL,
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Beptember 35 _ _ ,T?
DAV?GA, YOIJNI. A M?_EJNZIE,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 3? ami til Tarli How.
ISAAC DA VEGA,
GEORGE ii. YOI- .
GKKABD L. MuKliNZIi.',
QKOB?B_ B. YOUNO. J HEW YORE.
H AVINO SUCCEEDED TO THF voBEION t?OXJMO?
TION BUSINESS Of Messt?-. BIRNK?. PBKW??
riHH & FLANDEB8, we will Attend to the collection Of
pant (Int; and maturing claims throughout 'be united
COMMISSIONERS POR ALI. THE STATE A
WM. A. HINMA?T"
MANUFACTURER jOF PERFUMERY, OONOa_ta
TRATED FRUIT EBHENCKB lor Drngglata* ?ntl
Confectioners' nae, No. 20 Platt-etrr.pt, ..orner ol Gold.
New York Fancy Boxes Mid B-kel? tor holiday pre
? nts, auct)<:ls, H&ndkorcblef Extra? Is. Pomades, Vino
i r ltoui:o, Toilet Powders. Hair i ?Is, Ol. Mnsk, OH
Olvet, Grain Musit In ounce caddie? Oil Apple. Olf
Uanana, Bntyrlo Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts In bulk to salt purchaser ??
A oomplote Oat-ogne will be forwarded by mall on ap.
plication. Amos Jannary M
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIBBT PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Waa awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
Ey the Amerlcan Inn ti tate, at their Fair, In October, 1801
for the best
AND STEAM ENGINE
ORDERS FOR THESE. GANG HAW-MILL*. BUGAB
Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings
JTorgings, Railroad Oars, Ac, 4c, |>roniptiy Ulled. Ad
ATMS GEO. M. CLAPP, Trea-nnror,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. O. WAltU, Agent,
Ko. 6B Liberty-st., (Room No. jj), N. Y.
Peoember 13_ lyr
TODD & RAFFERTf,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
OflL-c-ia<l WnrkB, Paterson, ?V? \v Jersey. '
WAREHOU8E, KO. 4 DEY-8TREET, K. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF BTATIONARY AND PORT
ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax,
lerap, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machiner] ; Shafting,
aill Gearing, Iron and Brass (".'aslings of all hinds;
atb.es, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
;oring Machines; Gear Critters, Centering, Milling and
olt-Outtlng Mnohlncs; Cbncks of all kinds, Leather
Bd Rubber Belting, Laoe Leather, Bell Hooks, and
'?ineraTBnpplies for Bailroad and other Mucblne Shops.
Ddson A Snow's Patent Governors. Kaw MU-? Oottoa
lina, Presses, &c, oonataiilly on band.
TODD ?j RAFFERTY,
March 20_ly_No. 4 Pey-Btraet, H. Y.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON k CO,,
N0. 330 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
FFER TO 80UTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBEB
AND RETAILERS, at the lowest market prioe
FOB CASH, a very large and attractive ?took of DREB
GOODS, CLOTHS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, WHIT?.
QOODfl. ko._frawarno_February B
JAMES CONNER'S ?SONS'
United States Type Foundry
??Ma Jib, 1*0 mtitl 3*4 Centre.-trcet, New Vork,
Corner of fleade-atrcet.
THE TYPE ON WHIOH THIS PAPER IS PRINTBO
irora the above? ??"oandrr- . 1v Octn-??ir ?
<KANTJFA?CTURER'S HARDWARE HOUBI
EOBACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. ?16 Cliff-Street, New York.
ORDERS FOB ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE promBflEf
Cotton and other Southern products received on MC
gnment, or In payment. lyr September ?J
DICKEBSON. REED & CO.
IMP__?- OF _TD DKAI__ _
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, __IO
all other articles for tinners nee.
No. 39 and 81 OLIFF-8T., cor. FULTON,
Beptember M_lyr_Kew York,
D-IURICKSON - DARTLKTT,
?APEB AND BAG DEALERS,
No. SO Beeltiimn-itrtet, N. V.
JRINTrNO, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
_ Papers, Straw and Bindera' Boards, Tarred Roofing
Paper, Paper Manufacturers' Snpplies, and all kind? o
Paper-mlU Machinery. Paper of every description mad?
io order. Bags taken in exchange for Paper. Orden by
__ promptly attend??-, to._lyr_October 38
SHELDON, H0YT& CO.,
Ho. 48 0HAMBER8-8T. AND No. 31 READE-ST.
?MPORTEBS -NO WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOB?
ERIN sod DOMESTIC HARDWARE. Cntlery, Qnno,
pistols and Gnn Trimmings. 10,000 dosen Hoc a,
"Brade's" Crown and Patent Soovtls-Elwell's ana Ames??
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MANHOOD ANO THK VI6UK OK YOI __[
restored In four wooka, by Dr. RICORD'B 10
dENCE OF LIFE. l>r. Rico rd (of Paris), siter years .
earnest solicitation, has st length seceded to the earnest
requeata of the American public, and appointed an AMI
In New York for the sale of his valued and highly-prised
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Uti- In one-f or f 9. and will be sent to any pert, oarerote
racked, OB rooelpt of nroll-no* to his aco?edited igest.
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