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public fer ita liberal support to their Journal, and
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promise that iu tho future, &B in the past, it shall
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any party may ba engage AddUr-aaa
Hew T "" We-vr? Butldlng,
No. 10 OltF HaU Satures .*.* Yort?
JOHN KING & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
On. Reasonable Terms?
At No. 88 llaasol-stroet
Qaf*~\/"i BBL8. SOPER AND EXTRA PLOUH
Q\J\J lOObbls. Brown Sugar, assorted
60 bbls. Crushed Hugar
60 bags Coffee
20 bogs Popper
20 bags Hptco
6 bugs Oingor
6 bales Clovoa
2 cases Nutmegs
26 boxos Ground dinger
200 boxes Adamantine Cundios
26 barrels Horring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxes Cboeso, assorted
100 kits Mackorol
100 y bbls. Mackorel
76 y bbls. Mackerel
60 bbls. Mackerel
25 kits Salmon
60 boxes Codfish
100 kegs snd boxes norring
100 boxoB Soap
200 boxcB Starob
26 bbls. Molasaos
26 bbls. Copporas
60 kegs Epsom Salts
25 cases Cotton Cards
16 casos Wool Cards
26 chests Hyson and E. B. Tea.
A POLL ASSORTMENT OF
Pino Apples, ko., ko.
JOIIN KING & CO.,
March g mwf_No. 88 HA3_t>STR-ET.
. BRANDY. &o.
(.A BBLS. SUPERIOR BOURBON WH18KJ
?_>V_* 60 bbls. Magnolia Whiskey
6 bbls. Gin
100 -oes ? t. Julien Claret
60 C*8CH Champagne, quarts and plata
100 cases Santorne Wine m
- 100 ?Taara Fine Old Bourbon it bia key
100 cases Magnolia Whiskey
60 casos Primrose Whiskoy, super
60 -sea Old Rye \v_nkoy
.100 cases Fine Cordial Oin
60 cases Old Q. Brandy
25 cases Bum, "St. Croix"
600 ?-ses Ale, "Muir k Sons," quarts and pints.
Just received per steamers and schooners, and for
salo low by ?INO. KING k CO.,
Mai-t6_mwf_No. 88 n_el-strt-t.
"I f\fTmi~\ PIEOE8 HOLLOW WARE, OONSI8TTNO
A.\J\J _" of Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Frying Pane, ?ko.
For sale low by JNO. RING A 00.,
March*& No. 88 Hasel-street
JOU ALBANY AMBER CREAM ALE. received
weekly, and for ni e by
?TNO. KING ? OO.
March> m Wi No. 88 Hasol-stroet
?%/-\ ORATES AND HHDB. OF ASSORTED CROOKE
_/Vj RY AND GLASSWARE, Just rocelved and for
sale by ?INO. KING k 00.,
March 5 mwf No. 88 Hasolntroet
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OZXAR_-STO??T, S. O.
0. _?_-TENS.7. K. U. WOH-T-AH?I.
March . _^_8mos
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
0-356OO E_=?I _S3 S.
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD RE8PEOTFU__*T INFORM THEIR OUS
* TOMER8 and the public that, in addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the oorner
of King and George streets, they have now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 28
Vendue Range, where they will be able to afford their
customers extra facllIties. Their firm will oomprise
ano, w. ?__fl-s...... o. no_n_...._ B__>_TB_to.
AUSTIN, ANBRUS & CO.,
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
February li . . ; r,, . j_
"_ CHARLE8T01V, 8. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
ST Liberal advances made en conslgnm-it
GEO, E. PRITCHETT,
COMMIS SION 'MERCHANT
MTH ATLAHTIC V?ARF,
OH ARLE STOW S. O.
G. ET ?mCHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
OHABLESTON, 8. 0.
GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND HALE Ol
REAL EH TATE In any of the SonUiorn S-tas.
_SO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, BE.
PAIRING. Ac OF QITY PROPERTY Au gus %2
BALTIMORE RIVET A_D SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON &. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
. ?_-TCn?f_O_0[B-?- OF
HOOK-EAD RAILROAD BPIB-S, BOILER RTV
BTS, BOAT SPIKE8, Ac,
For forthst info-nation, ap?W to '.?
... ..'. ' Zi BRUNO A* BEE. Agents,
Ho. Si East Bay, Charl?-ton. a &
M?***- ??,';:;-,i 1i?E?a_J_Um____?_
roam w. aoo__..w_. a noOEB-..?ATH'L. ?. SXSLXXKS.
BARDWARE COMMISSION ??ERCI?AWS
o ; CORRAGE. TWINE .-S?) PAK-JAo
TUB BJA&WBlftN SO. f-_ JO?EI?Al?
TB POTLMHHD ?VaRBY a_r?B_i-,MO_H_-.!l_
I the town of EennettinUlN 8, O., bTWL'S. lflOI
T??*Tt_t--Thr- dol?-'a??o_3_aln adrarleoitwenty
dollars lor ten ?soples. Marchi
WILB?R & SON,
("NEKAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Noa. 1 ana
OKAKLESTON, S. O
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. 0")
ILL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, AS
And will bo pleased to seo their friends at
NO. IO HIIYCK'S WHARF,
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TRENHOLM.
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
FACTORS, FORWARDING AGENTS
on_a._t_._is _o_r, s. o
W. O. HENNETT....E. R. LILES... .J. 0. MARSHALL.
RKFEnKNCKs.-Ex- Governor VANCE, Charlotto, N. 0. ;
Hon. THUS. 8. A8HE, Wadesboro', N. O. ; K. P. BAT
TLE, Esq., State Treasurer, Raleigh, N. O. ; MaJ. B. D.
TOWNSEND, Bonnottsville, 8. ?. ; D. MALLOY, Esq.,
Choraw. ti. O.; W. BRANTLEY PETTIGREW. Esq.,
Florence, S. C._lmo?_May 1?
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Late co-partner of Mordecal k Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
QOl East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET.
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purchase or salo of COTTON, RICE. LUMBER
NAVAL 8TORE8, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS consigned to our caro.
Also, to sales of all description-*- of Merchandise a
MORDF.0A1 - CO., E. LA?TTTE & CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO., E. B STODDARD k 00.
8. S. FARRAR, BROTHERS k CO.
Charleston, April 2,18*30._April a
B. A. EARLY, 1 ( ?T. F. EARLY,
Darlington 0. H., 8. O. J \ Charleston, S. 8.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
?VTORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND HAR
_?, KET STREETS Charleston 8. O, and oppoalt?
Oourt House, Darlington, S. 0., Will attend to the pur
ohase, aale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORES
and MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and consign?
manta aoUdted._6mo*_/an nary 11
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
supping and Commission Merchants,
Ellos. 136 AND 128 MEETINQ-STBEET
Moa. ?3 and 55 HASHli-STREKT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
A. Gotty.S3. A. Sondar.8? T. Souder,
STYLES k CARTER,
SHIPPING _ COaiailSSION MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Ho. 10 V_B"_"I.O"8T<a -w11 A a a>.
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Ia. 0. 8TYIaa_..a^.~.I. F. CARTER.
Wekiaotri _ .'
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, C02IMI88IOP? MER "I ANTS,
VAT ILL ATTEND TO THR PURCHASE, BALE ARL
W BHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) o)
OOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC V/IIAltF, Cb_rlaa"n. 8. V.
M. WILLIS.-.A* E. OUTSOLD
T. SAVAGE HEYWABD& SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION HERCHAI?TS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTKNTION PaUD TO CONSIGN.
MENTS. We hold ourselvea ?trlctly responsible
or all gooda for which we hare acknowledged the re
ceipt?, and will render np aalea aa ?poo-lily aa possible.
Good ? nat insured unies? ."trueted to do no.
Marah ? ? ? '??''".- Bmoa
?arHOX-sALB AND BETAU DKA-CB ?
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At No. MO? K ING-BTttiCKT, Charlcrton, ti.O.
AT NEW KORK PRICES,
ajar ?or*r?7lile paper copy for two month?, and ?e_
Ullto this offley?. Ivr Noviimbiiral
NOLEN & STEERS,
.Id Street and Second Avenue, Ife*?r York,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
TM A_ KTHDH OF
LUMBEH, MANUFAOT0I.EI18 OF MOULDING?
8ASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX 8HOOK8. |
Turning In all ita branche?. Booka containing Pattern?
of Moulding? sent on application,
Deoember 37_ i
SCOTT ?Se HERIOT,
Brokers and Commission ?lerobauts,
?Va?lilnf?s:on >??.,Colioiii,bla, S. O.
.Is asa IWOIT,..,.,.,...W. C *asky.is.y?s_
Will give proippl attention ?? Ptircha-dng, Sonir,, ?no
"Mina-of gS_____B ? ^Stffi
M? M. QUINN " ERO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY,! ET<t
. j Ne. BIJH KIW 0-8TR"K _ , >
______ U'&LWS&?? ! S?_J
u??!^.*u*u*r** Qxtptaaa ?UrBym ?khanaV>'^- !
ftiheyript?ona reoelred and Good? 4a___?a* io?*.
s-rsrdod by Mall or Kxpreaa.
AU Oa_H ORDERS wlU he pro?nptljr .?Wndadto.
F?h*ruary ?W ~ %f
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
rv EL LIP
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
IT WO PERFECTLT TEMPERKD SIR-LB
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making tlio
STRONGERT AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEST
AND MOBT DURABLE 8PR1NO mad?.
They will not bend or break like tbo single spring*,
but will always preserve their
PEEFECT AUB BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
0?.OW- ED ASSEMBLAGES
OB HOUSE DRE88. .
In fact, they are superior to all others, combining
OOMFOBT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND
RRIDLBY'S DUPLEX ELLIFTK
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bT
the sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
So. 70 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 70 AND 81 BEADS BT8.
For sale in Oharleaton, S. 0., Wholesale and Retail, bj
WM. T. BURGE k CO.
EDWIN BATES k CO.
KING k OOODRIOH.
J. R. READ k GO.
WM. MoCOMB k 00.
E. SCOTT k CO.
UFFERHABDT A OAMPSEN.
JAS. B. BETTS.
BTOLL, WEBB A 00.
And all other Merchants who sell first-ass SKIRT.
In Charleston and tbironghont the 8onthern .tates.
mm BOOK MANUFACTORY.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICES,
Lodgers, Jo-nais, Cash Books, Day Books, Ac, oon*
t antly on hand, and made to order, and with any dee
ri puen of Ruling. None but the best workmen employ*
d and the best materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years in the above
ne,and with fadilties unaarpassed, enable me to war
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In a Ulta bran oh es, with new type, u*w presses, and
d vantages not excelled in this city. L \ yer*s Blanks.
Hies, Bonds, Mortgages, Ac, ko., on hu.d and printed
o order._ratlislyr_December 14
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisito, Delicate, Saiid Fra
grant Perfume, Distilled from the Bare
and Beautiful Flower from whioh it
takes its name.
Manufactured only by <~_IA_.?-* & S?_"?
BEWAW. OF C??NTERFEim
ASK. FOR PUALONU-TAKK NO OTIIEF.
Sold hy DrufTrl- nen erelly.
Pember, 2v? wslj?
Mo. 108 WA T _I*>r?THEI?T, NEW YORK.
P_&TIOUTi_B ATTKKTION QIYEN TO THE SALE
OF OOTTON AND HAYAL STORES.
?-.?-??.??'.a..ai,. __r__I_KT_"> BY ' jj'J '
OlIOBOE _ S^t__|__S_On*x-e"ton .**. ?* I _
_? at H. P. BUGG-S, Ibu
QU_*N*fl, K1ng-steeet. at which plaoes
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HA8 NO EQUAL FOR PREHERYINQ AND BEAUT
fYING THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Sold by Druggists overywhoro.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-utroot, Now York.
KING- & CASSIDEY, Agents,
January31 wfrnfinio CHARLESTON, S.O.
Or AVcmale Heg ula tor,
Curo Suppressed, Brcestitt and
Painful Menstruation, tireen.
tUcknens, Nt rrous und spinn: Af
fectiunx. Paine in the Eu k, s*vh
Headache, Giddtnetm, mu? :!ij ?i|s
SBSSS that ?prill)' fruin Imfr-ilarl?
by reniovin?.* the- canse urn! nil it,?"
efleets that aiisn from it They
ore perfectly min in ,-,ii ?.-?>,?_
cepl ich ern fit-1 i ;/..., hy dtrte.
(?one, and tirt- ? ??.j hi ndiiiim-'cr,
ns they ore uki!;, sugar eoatsti.
They should lu? in tko handalot*
every Maiden, Wife, nml Mdtber
in the land.
Lntlics enn rulilreu tis in perfect
?.onfldcnci*, and Mate Uielt com
plaints In full, tis we trent all Female Complaints,
anil pronaro Medicines sttltnblo f??r all di?. ates LO
which tiu?y aro subject.-Thirty-two page pamphlet,
In a scaled onvulopo, lYcc.
The C'herokoo Fills aro sold by all ?IrtiRuista nt fl
per box, or six boxes for $5 ; or tlioy aro tem ty
mall, froo of postage, In an ordinary letter, tito
from observation, by addressing thosulc '?roiiririor
Dr. W. B. MESWIN, 37 Walker St., N. Y. '
N. B.-Cherokeo Pills No. 2 are prepared fur
special canes, when milder medicines fall ; tbsaa
oro sont by mail, freo of postngi?, ou receipt of $i
Vi? price of each bow.
Or, Essence of Life,
Curos General Debility, Weak
ness, Hysterics in females,
Palpitation of Ute Heart and
all Nervous Diseases. It r?v
atorcs now Ufo and vigor to the
aged, causing the hot blood of
At the Phenlx rises y0ut_ to course the veins, res
*rr"rT* ?SJSS.M _t_ ?oring th? Organ* of O'enera
nem ?p'-fo ^ ticn^enior?ng Inipotency aad
thl* Elixir rejuven- Dtotlity. restoring Manltness
ate the system and and full rigor, tims proving a
overcome disease- perfect ** Elirir of Lute," re
moving Sterilili/ an?? Barrenness in both sexes. Te
tlio young, inldiile-nced, and aged, there lsno.gr-ter
boon than this " Elixir of Life." It gives a new
le_o of life, causing the *venk and debilitated te
have renewed strength and vigor, and tho entire
system to thrill wlthjoy and pleasure.
Price, ono bottle ti. ; tbreo bottles |5 ; sent by
express to any odd ross.
Oar medicines arc sold and recommended by all
respectable druggists In every part of tho clvlli-d
globo ; some unprincipled dealers, however, try u?
deceive their custom ors by selling cheap and worth
less compounds In ordor to mako money. Be not
deceived-ask for these medicines and take ne
otbors. If tho druggist does not keep them, write
to us, and wo will scud thom bycxpreis, carefully
packed, lYee from observation. Wo will be pie-ed
. to receive letters with full statements in reparil U
any disease with which ladies or gentlemen are
afflicted Address all lotters for medicines, jiatnpla
lets, or advice, to the solo proprietor, _ ?
Or. W. E. MERWIN, 37 Walkor St., N. ?,
May 35 _ f_
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, _t^
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY,
Is aaaignod the publication of
As having the
In the Oity and County,
And Publlahes the Legal Advertisements of nearly ever?
County which has its Advertising done In ?-*__?_!
It Is the ^
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM
In its 8c otton of tho State.
Dally.$10 per t_
Trl-Weekly. 6 *. ?"
Weekly. 3 " ?.
S. W. MASON, '
_dltor and Propriet?r.
THE CARO I-NA TIMES.
PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY, AT ORAHQ-.
BUBO O. H" 8. 0.. by THAD. 0. ANDBKWB.
The only paper published in tbo rich and flouri?h__
District of Or?-gobur?, B. O. Circulation of the tattam
extensive and rapidly lncreasins.
Weekly Paper-one year.W?
Weekly Paper-six months.i? S.
Weekly Paper-threo months. 1
To clubs of ten or more the Paper will be supplied
t* per year for eaob copy.
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at $8 per year for each copy.
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ments of three squares or over. _
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ments of half column or ovar.
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on e column or over. >
Terms cash. ___.
LEGABB * ANDBEWB,
Marah Id _Proprietors.
THE COLUMBIA PII-?NIX
Ortat Reduction ia the Rates of
rE COLUMBIA PH_M_ (PUBLISHED DA1JM
and Tri-We.t-ly) has boon OBKATLY raLAJJflH*
and In tho quantity and quality oi its rerdlng na?
will comparo favorably with any pspor in the BUto. Tfca
subscription price to the Dally Is $10 a year} Trl-Wes*.
.7 *7* U L. _
Tho terms for tracBiont advortieing have bee? KB?
DUOED OVER TWENTY-FIVE PEU CENT. ; W-tofft*
monthly and qnArterly rates havo boon lowero?", tosscfe
sn extent as to place tho columns of tho peper Wit-li
the .-oh of doalora and manuMsurors generally.
JULIAN A, hi-.BY,
"angary 70_Proprietor Columbia Ph?-f__?
?Hoy. THE NSW BRA. _
A WEEKLY PAPEB, ?USLI8HKD AT DABL-W
__L TON COURT HOUSB, has recently been trass?
ferrcd tons by It? original proprietors. Located in tam
tame District, and only ono station distant tromtas
great railroad centre of 5*lor6nco, our f?nHU- * fc__E
munloaUon with au perta of the oountry, ?*^,_f?_*_?
Mth the t?Uea of 0_*rt-ton, OolnmbU and WUagjT*^?
from which .we are noarty equl-dUUnt. aremiJiuTiawe
-**o Editor. J. R. NORWOOD.,Esq.. was /?m _f ?
- **?- .*--*? -*f tho BUte as p?o- _?-J^.j3S**f
aa? a nsw and mrwuiartal BXBTBOSb
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