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TOYS AND FANCY GOODS,
I ' "AT
sro. eai KING STREET,
OPTO WU SANTA OLAUS HEADQUARTERS.
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PBICES
DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
. GO EARLY AMD MAKE YOTJB SELECTIONS,
HAIR OILS, AO.
JEAM MABIE FARINA'S
COBNSB KINO AND VA* DER BORST STREETS.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS !
Toe Subscriber -win clare ant at Reduced Prices j
a pretty assortment or DOLLS.
CHARLES A. LENO NICK,
declM ND. 81 HAYNS STREET.
, LS A LABOE AND VARIED STOCK OF
kW. 268 KINO STREET,
. CORSER BEA UFA IN".
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
flJnwe, ?flt?uaiB, Sft.
TJ S SES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
PHYSICIANS SADDLE BAGS.
Family Medioine eheste.
THE BEST FOB FAMILY USE.
Mattson's Family Syringe.
HARP RUBBER SYRINGES
?^????!? Si?*? "V
I RESPECTFULLY CALL TBS ATTENTION OF
THE TRADE TO MY LARGE ASSORT?
DRUGGISTS1 GLASS WARE
y^ORKS, PILL BOXES
and ererythlntr pertaining to tue Department of |
K TIMM articles "Vin be sold at the LOWEST
FIGURES, and satisfaction garantee d.
No. 181 Meeting Street?
?jina, &mkex2i Ut.
CHUTA, GLASS ASF CK0CKEKT7
AT THSG OLD STAND,
KING STREET, OORNKR OF LTBERTT STREET.
TM SnMsrlber would respectfully inform his !
irteiSa and tao punUc tatt bis stock ls now com
glWi CHINA, QLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
wnltaand Facey (Ulna. Glass and Fancy Cblna
1 ^o^lns^n?^^*^ ?aboWELL, Afenu
QFFICE SINKING FUND COMMISSION,
COMPTROLLER-GE NEB AL'S OFFICE,)
COLUMBIA, s. 0., December 14,18T2. f
The following Minutes from the Records of the
"Sinking Fnnd Commission" are published for J
the information of a l concerned :
Resolved, That the Secretary of this Board be
instructed by publication in the Columbia Daily
Union and THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, to j
give notice of the organization of the "Sinking
Fund Commission," and that persons having bu?
siness with the Board will hereafter call upon the |
Secretary at the omeo of tbe Comptroller-Gene*
Resolved, That the Secretary also, by sncb pub?
lication, notify p mles who are Indebted for pur?
chases made from the. former Board, that they
will be required to pay any Instalments nowt
hereafter to become due, to the Treasurer of this
Board. & L. HOGS, Comptroller Genersl,
decis-3 And Secretary of 3. F. 0.
iOiiHl) r?, Jnrje.rrj. *??.
NO- 289 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
THEY ARE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AS HAS
EVEB BEEN PRESENTED TO THE CHARLES- j
NO. 289 KING STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS promptly filled, and satis
action guaranteed. novie-stntbSmos
F. KOLDEWEY respectfully calls the attention
cf his customers and the public to his now very
full and choice assortment of STERLING SILVER?
WARE, GOLD WATCHES AND SOLID JEWELRY
To a beautiful piece of art, a MECHANICAL
CLOCK WITH A MOVING FARM SCENE. Which f
will be raffled shortly, , and for which chances
may still be had.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS are repaired as usual
in the very best manner, at reasonable prices,
and the work WARRANTED.
P. KOLDEWEY. No. 803 Elng street,
Third door above Wentworth street.
Pianos, ?rgano, &z.
PIANOS AND ORGANS, "
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
OHARLES L. MoOLENAHAN,
Plato and M usia store,
sep8-4moo_Nrt. 101 King street.
BALES ROOMS BEAUT AIN STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KING.
Jnet received a select lot or new PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and for sale low for cash,
or to rent conditionally, the rent applied aa pur?
chase money. An excellent opportunity ls now
offered to purchasers to secure a fine, wen-toned
instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the par?
ch A ser.
On band and to 1er, Pianofortes at red o ced rates.
Musical Instruments and Mut-lcal Merchandise,
together with t he latest fashionable Music con?
stantly recelvlog. Ordera for tuning and repair
In g promptly attended to.
nov28-Btnthlmo HENRY SLEGLING.
EJDOTS, 5 as I) es ano Bunas.
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS, NEWELS,
AND ALL KINDS OF FANCY GLASS.
LARGE STOCK-LOWEST RATHS
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
SEND FOR ESTIMATE AND PRIOE LISTS.
KEOGH ft THORNE.
|254 AND 236 CANAL 8TRE ET
deoO-Tyr New York City. .
(lailotuig, (Ootlimg, &z.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GESTS? FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GKOODS AND PRICES
COR, UNG AND WENTWORTH STS.,
IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
960t0, ?ljO?s, Sfs.
CHASE & CUTTINO,
BOOT, SHOE AMD TRUNK
XVO. 24,0 JKEVG STREET,
OPPOSITE THE WAVERLY HOUSE.
We invite the attention of the public to oar
large and varied Stock of Gents', Ladles', Boys',
Hisses', Youths', Children's and Infants' BOOTS
AND SHOES. Also, a l?rge assortment of
TRUNKS, BAGS, VALISES AND SATCHELS.
All of which we offer at prices defying compet?.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
368 KING STREET,
CORNER OP GEORGE STREET,
Respectfully solicit the continuance or
the patronage so liberally bestowed on
them by the citizens of, Charleston and
one ot the Arm eas jost returned from
th" North, and purchased in Boston just
before the large dre there; all of which we
offer to the Wholesale Buyers at great ad?
vantages and guarantee them e saving of
at least io to ti per cent.
We are offering all of our p u rob asea now
at less than former prices, and regardless
to the ad van ce of prices now. .
To our Retail Customers we would say
that as heretofore we shall do our best to
please them by polite attention and cour?
No trouble to show gooda We keep
only a good quality of Boots and Shoes,
and prices that defy comp?tition.
Oar motte ls, LARGE SALES AND
AS A SPECIALTY 1
To Hot hera we wonld say that we con?
tinue to keep a larae stock of that celebra?
ted SILVER TIPPED SHOE, of Philadel?
Constantly on hand and receiving by
every steamer from Philadelphia a fine
and well selected stock of Hand-sewed
Boots and Shoes, for Ladles; Gents, Hisses
and Children, of the best Philadelphia
manufacture, all of which we guarantee
to give satisfaction, and would respectful?
ly solicit a call at
ELIAS & BEOS.,
No. 368 KING STREET,
CORSER OF GEORGE STREET.
J. KINSLEY, CHARLES NEWHOCSB, R. H.
HUCKENFUSS, will be pleased to walt on their!
Cloding ano Jnmi?ijmg ?co??.
J. H. LAWTON,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Corner of King and Harket streets,
OF THE CELEBRATED
181,260 SOLD IN 1871.
52,784 MOSE THAN AM OTHES CO.
NO. 186 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
No. 275 King Street.
~ We aaa!l oner MONDAY, and every a
^ day until Chris tm aa, the Finest and f<
A most Extensive Collect lo n or OOODS ?
* offered In this city, expressly select- ^
H ed for the coming HOLIDAYS. M
Fine French Gros Grain BLACK SILK, rrom $l 26
j Fine French Oros Grain Oelored silks, from
$176 to $2 50
I Fine French Silk Sateens
I Irish and French Poplins.
I Fun Assortment of PLAIDS, Poplins, Alpaca,
from 26 cents np
Pull Lines of Mourning Goods.
A NICE PRESENT.
We are offering for the Holidays
Fine English BR?SSELS at $160, worth fl 76
Fine French Velvet Carpets at is, worth $4
Fin e English-Body Brasa els at $2 26, worth $2 76.
Great Redaction has been made in Ingrain Two
and Three-ply Carpeta.
KID GLOVES !
Foll Assortment of the Celebrated OheUIey ETD
GLOVES, each pair gu?rante ed.
A good One Button GLOVE, $1
A good Two Button Glove, $126.
NEW FOLL LISES OF HOSIERY. HANDKER?
CHIEFS, LACE COLLARS.
Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Ladles' Underwear,
Flowers, Feathers, Jet Ornaments, Bows,
Ties, Neck Handkerchiefs.
FINE SELECTION OF
SHAWLS AID CLOAKS.
Offered, at greatly reduced prices.
For Gents' wear we oller Birgalna in Fine
French and German CLOTH 4, Oassimeres, Doe?
skins, Ac. Best selection in the city.
BLANKETS, Flannels, reduced in price.
Full Assortment of Linen and Domestic Goods.
FURS, in large variety.
Our Wholesale Department consists of the best
selection of Domestio Goods, Farmers' Supplies,
Fancy Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ac, ito.
Great Bargain? ?re ofltored tm m'l ot oar Depart?
LOUIS COHEN ft CO.,
246 AND 248 KING ST.,
Between Hasel nod Market Streets,
Beg leave respectfully to announce that having
annexed the building Ko. 216 King street to their
Old Stand, they can, with the Increased facilities
triey now enjoy, offer to their customers and
the Public generally GOODS in their line with
corresponding advantages to buyers.
OUR STOCK OF
which wilt be at alt times round complete, con?
DRESS GOODS, SILKS
SASH AND TRIMMING RIBBONS
* SHAWLS, HOSIERY
And a complete Stock of
LINEN TA BL? NOS, TOWEL8,
NAPKINS, DOYLIES, AO
Particular attention ls requested to our full |
Unes of Ladies'
8ILK SCARFS AND FICHUS,
in ali Colors, Shades and Styles.
Attention is also directed to onr large Unes of |
Suitable Xor Presents.
A call is respectfully- requested.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
decl6-14 No. 348 KINO STREBT.
?an?s ?coba, Notions, &t.
JOHN S. FAIRLY ft GO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY & WHITE GOODS,
No, 37 KAYNE STREET,
Desire to call tlae attention or Merchants visit?
ing the city at thl B time to their very ATTRACT?
IVE STOCK Of
AND OT HER OOODS 8UITABLE
FO A THE HOLIDAYS.
Their mm Al Stock la also very FOLL AND DE?
SIRABLE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Tfioy
solicit fro an their eua to mors and the Trade gen.
eraiiy the, favor or an early eau. decll-10
fiero toare, ^.gticn?nral implements, 4&r.
HART * CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $ltf 25.
Or if the Dixon Swee ? be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
prioe $16 86.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERT & SGNS, as weir as
ALSO A PULL LINE OF
F AIR]BANK'S SOCLES*.
BURDICK'S HAT AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Beoeipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES, POTWARE,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES, TINWARE,
HOOP IRON, NAILS, WOODWARE,
PLOUGH STEEL, HOPE, BEST FISH LINES
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES, SEINE TWINE,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS, FISH HOOKS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS, BOLTING CLOTH.
HABT Ac O O .,
89 Hayne Street, and Corner of King and Market.
octl-fatOBDAfl CHA.RLJggrrON', g. c.
(Engines, ifladjiiurrj, Ut.
SMITJa & VALE,
MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS,
SHOPS EAST END BASEL STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES,
HENEREY'S IMP ROTED MCCARTHY OINS, with or wlthoot h la Attachment for Feeding,
CORN AND SUGAR MILLS, _
COTTON P^8ES.OHISERT QP ^Y DE80R!PTION,
Having purchased all the Patterns of tue late WILLIAM S. HENEREY, we are PW"^T*"
orders for all Machinery iormerly made by him. _
fiats, Cape, Ut.
HATINO ADDED TO MT UMBRELLA
Tn? tale of Men's and Boys'
BATS AND GAPS,
T wm keep on band a Large Stock of
THB LATEST STYLES
wu len I will sell st the very lowest prices, for
cash. Before purchasing $5 Dress ??Ilk Hats,
examine what I am selling at $4 60, and extra
fine quality at $5 60 and lt.
Umbrellas of all kinds always on hand, made
to order or repaired at shortest notice, and a|
large stock or Walking canes.
JOHN B. JOHNSON,
No. SOI King Street, 4 doora abeve Wentworth.
O. O. I?LETV<9?-E,
NO. 201 KINO STREET,
Invites the attention of the Public to his
FINE STOCK OF
HITS, CAPS MD FURS.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS
201 King Stroet.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We nave appointed Kearn. H.BXATC?*00
Sol? Agents for Charleston for^u ?^ebrated
Brand of PUKE KENTUCKY WHISRET8, bott
BYE8 and BOURBON. . M
Theee Whiskeys are guaranteed pare KENTuua.1
COPPER DISTILLED, f re? from aUoompo'ondim
Durl?es, and Mani? recommended by eminent
chemists tor medical ase. The Brand ia patented
to Pr^?lnmngemen?.o?BB ^ ?
Lo ula ville, Ky.
We respect fnuy Inform oar friends and cn? tom
era that we keep constar:?y on hand a full eopplj
of the above already ^m^^a^^m
eya, and oner same to the trade at-' dtrtUlern
angti-ftQthemo NO. IM East Bay.
FB LIVEBPOOL-THBEE HUOTfiETJ
The American - Bark INVESTIGATOR,
James W. Ford, Commander, being of
small capacity, wants three hundred bales i
to complete Cargo and sau promptly.- Apply to
COBEN A WELLS. Agents,
deolS 2 181 East Bay. op st airs.
jp OR LIVERPOOL.0
The' Al Iron-Bark MAGNET, WmVJfca.
Brown, Master, will have dispatch for tneflH
aboveport. . .
For Freight Engagements apply to
GIBBF8 A BARNWELL,
dec 18 North Atlantic Wharf.
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamship CB .* ?PI- >N,
R. W. LOCK wood, Commander, will sail from
Adgsr'd Sooth wharf, on SATURDAY, the Slat
instant, st ll o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage engagement* apply to
decia-thsa JAMKS ADOBE A CO.. Agents,
j?1 OR NEW YORK. I
ON THURSDAT, 19TH DECEMBER, AT
10 O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IBON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BCK)MS ALL ON DZOK.
The Splendid New Iron Stdewheel sreamahip
SOOTH CABOLINA, Becsett, Commander, will
tall for New fork on TH mum AY. io h December,
ar. io o'clock A. M., from Pier No. 8, union
Through Billa of Lading to liverpool and the
New England cities as uauaL
- MW insurance fey steamers or tels imex per
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap*
ply to WAGNER, HUGER ACO., Na at Broad
street, or to WM. A, COURTENAY, Na 1 Union
m?E PHILADELPHIA tBON STEAM
1 ^ ^ LIN E.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
I . - . v . ;;?. ?Uti
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,.
Are now regularly on tho Line,' ^S???^??
class sea connection between Phjladetpbuv BM
Charleston, and tn alliance with Railroad Compa?
nies at both termini, afford rapid tranapoTta?oa
to and from all points in the Cotton States, en*
to and from Cincinnati, St Lools, Chicago and the
principal cities of the Northwest. Beeya, ravf
dence and the Eastern Manufsottirtng Centres.
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, *0th December,
at half-past io o'clock A. M. _
MW The VIRGINIA will follow. ?.
W. P. CLYDE * 00., oeneral At^sttT?to. U
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.!
pOB BA L__T I MO/
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADINO ISSUED lUctl ant
PHLLA.DKLPHIA. COSTO fi,
AND THE CITIES OF TEE bi ORTH WEST.
The Fine S teams hip M A R YLAN D, J. V. Johnson,
Commenter, will sall foe Baltimore, ea SATURDAY,
'JU: December, at 1 o'olock P. M. in^f+i-a'
MW PhHadelphia Freights forward ed to that
City hy railroad from Baltimore without addi.
donal insurance, and Consigne*? ara: allowed
ample time toaample and tell, their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passat? apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
deens Na 8 Union Wharvea.
[jjS O R S AV ANN A H,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
, The Splendid Side-Wheel steamers
DICTATOR and CITY POINT will,
leave Southern Wharf as above.
No extra charge made for Meals and state
For Freight and Pa'sage apjrty to
RAVENED A 00.,
Corner Tanderhorst's Wharf ana East Bey.
HANGE OP SCHEDULE
FOR GEORGETOWN. 8.0., TOUCHING AT 801TH
ISLAND. WAVERLY, REITH FIELD
AND WEYMOUTH MILLS.
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
- . c- ? - .1.
On and after 1st December, the - -'air^a?
Steamer EMILIE, Captain O, ajasfBflKi
White, will leave Charleston at above every SoU
DAY and WBONRHDAY NIGHTS, at 9 o'clock. And
returning, leave Georgetown every TURSDAY and
FiiiDAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'clock. _
Freight received every SATURDAY and WBDNRS
All Freight and wharf ag? must be prepaid.
No Freight received after sunset. j- -
Duplicate receipts required with ah shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
SHAOEELFOBD A KEA.LY, Agenta,"
North Atlantic Wharf.
A. MOBGAN, Agent, Georgetown, 8. a
oot7-tathf 8mos ._.
The splendid Side-wheel Steamers,
DICTATOR. Captain L? H. Ctoxetter. J
CITY POINT, Captain Fil^rerald, -
Charleston every TUESDAY, THURSDAY ana BUW
DAY EYfNDfo, at 8 o'clock precisely, for
^G^REEN COVE SPRINGS,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Connecting at Palatia with steamers for
the Oclawaha River and with the Steamer STAR?
LIGHT for Enterprise, Mellon vine, and all p?tate
on the Upper SL John'? and Indian Rivera.
These One Steamer?, bout in New York, espe?
cially adapted for the Florida trade, are furnished
with every comfort and convenience, and ?rara
the CHEAPEST. SAFEST AND MOST COMFORT?
ABLE HEANS OF REACHING FLORIDA, They
provide a flrstclass tobie, ^?"S&SSgt
rortable Staterooms, and make1 NO EXTBA
CHARGE FOR H ii AIS ANO BTATtWOOtaBj
They land almost tt tue doors of.the principal
Hotels of aU above peinte, tavmg the tovaUd^sa?
tou^t the dangers and discomforts of frequent
choSct at Fernandina with Florida Railroad
icfffi&wiatS interior, and with Railroad
for mw Orleans aid Havana, via Cedar Keys.
rot Freight *JggtfM?.
Garner yanderhortt't Wharf andi
fflrgqg ann IBeoiiragt. '
? FITLEB'S VEGETABLE RHKD
HATIC SYRUP. : ? :
Warranted under oath never to have fa?edto
cure, 28,600 Oertlfloatet or testimonials c? ewe,
including Rev. c. H. Ewing. Modta, Ponsyrvsacia;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuj^ PhDadei
pula; the wife of Rev. J. B. P?^*^*?*?'
im, se. ?mtr.