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287 king"t.3 dkos Betow Weiworth
E Ve now ope'' ' f3'l'endid1
1. Stock of 4ring - Qad, 1$ng4sh,
Frenoh and Amedab, rhih kro of the
most dealrdble stylos t0 64i16ts can afford.
To planters furniplifug $ e,Freedmen either'
for clothing or foir -bartJ -with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every induoement.
Plantation goods in every war
This being a busy season wititheplantor
and he not able.w visit,the city, orders- so
compapied, w1thAbiti 'ralell( meet
with,ptpWlpt attent!4n L. I
- N. B. Samples, with rice lits sent, 101
Aby part of the S.ate. unrdid6s s
in part.of- '
. 'Whihe 0spburgis, .Stipd Osnaburge,j
Blue' Denims. Brow; D.nitah..lIeav.y 1lrown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown ShirtIngs,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtingst4, -1,94, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid blue
aqd 6tripped IBlue Homespuns, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
ol'oths. Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
- Dress Goods, Doinestio Ginghame, Fine
Sc'otehGinghams, Ering Silks and BYa&
;ikc, Colorid Mushne, in every vailetly,i
Fine Fren'h Muslins, White anl Black
Goods, Fartners' Brown Linen puck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fan6y Drills and
Together with every variety. Xo be foundt
n our line - which we oflYr at.
WHOLESA'LE AND RECTAIL. ,'
All Domestic Ooodx are'sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respect fully call the attention
of the I'ltaterb, Merchapts, and the citi
senv generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from theth
should they visit the dity.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors beloT Wentworth
* Charldston, Sm C.'
H. C. STOLL, Charle.ton,
H. C. WALKER,
Oornek Queen akd'5feetdg Street%
PEARLES.TON I., 8, 0.
'_rHIS POPULAR AND WELL
KNOWN HOUSE is now fully Spoh
"or the reception of visitors, havilig been
efurnished with New and Elegant Ftinil
uri throughout; and offers to the traveller
Itecommodations and conveniences as a First
hse Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the public is
Rates of Board pei gay, $4 0')
6 " 1" ' per month as may
agreed on. JOSEPH PURCEL *
feb 24'66-tf Proprioti
* . ZIEPORATIOI
Mi1muaery nad Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.
ISPORTERS AND DRAT.RS Or
Bon.aet Silks and Satins,
Velvlg, -- '
* ~ St.raw Boennets,
Trimmed and Intrittiaed,
a Shaker Hoods. -
No 237 afl Iofts of 239 Balimore St.,
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and cheapness. Ordgej
solicit,eil and prompt attention gives. .,
Terms---Cash. - aug 28-2mo
*THBE' RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES OF
rof.:Ebert ,erbe, M formerly ofi. Lon
don,Robet Hebert M.D., from Philadel
phia, and Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal liospitatls.
Permanent. and spedy chsres guarat' ed of
Oonorrhea, Syph s. Gleet, SpArnsr* bcha
or Self-Abuse, anW of every hiossible form
Sof private dlsease of every nameq or irature
Dr. Hlerbert's Apt-Alcoholie fompound,
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An Old Song, it to a Nw. Tune
" A. spr'n agpoacher
Ants and .o4
Jrm thewt hor c6ne oUt,'
And Nice and Rats,
In spite of cat%
Gaily 4lip about."
"18years established in N. Y. Cily."
"Only infjpllible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Coster'"aR Mst, Roach, &c.. E7x
Is a paste-'-u:ed for Rats, Atice, Roacheo,
Black and Jied-Ante, &c., &c., &c., &o.
Di a liquid or wash-used fo destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugi, &o
"tostar's"'VVc1tr1c Powder for
Is-for Moths, Nqsquitoe8 Fleas, #ied-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowle, Animals, &o.
MW ! I ! UWARE ! I of all wortliess
3V- See 'that "CosTAn's' annie is on
each Box. Bottle,.and Flask,beforo you buy.
X&- Addressi HENRY.COSTAR,
484 1roadway, N. Y.
All Druggists- and Retailers every5ero
South. Barnes; Ward & Co., New Orlef tn,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer'i
Gazette (English ) asserta and proves by fig
ures that'one pair of RATS will have i pro.
geny and decendants no less than 651,0&0,0
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sine more food tlan would sustain 05,000.
ft- See 'CosrA's"advcr isement 4bove-.
RATS versus BIRDS,-Whoever engages,
'in shooting small birds i*n a cruel man; who
ever aids in exterminating rateis a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give u
the benefit of their experielee in drivins
out thcse pests .We need something bo
vides dogs, cats, and traps for tNis bysinee.
-Scientqic American...Y.' 1'
If. See "CoSTA's"advertisement above.
"COSTAR'S" JAT EXTERMINATOR i
simple, safe and sure-the dost pertet.
RAT-ifloatioit meeting,we.have ever attend
ed. Every Rat, that. can'get it, properly
prepared; will eat it, and every - one Iha.
ets it'will die, generally at some place a s.
distant as possiblo from were it was taken..
- Loki Shore. Mich., Mirror.
&*WSee "CosTA's"advrtisement above .
HfOUSEKEEPER8 Iroubled with veraia.
need be so no longer, if they use "CosTAa's"
Exterinator. We ).ave used it to our satis.
faction ; aind ifta box cos't $6, we would have
it. We ha ve tried poison., burt they effect ed
not hing ; but ."Costar's" artiele kneeks the
breath opit of Rats, iee, Roaches, Ants,
anti Bed-Blugs, quicker than we can write it.
It is in grent demand all over the country.
-Mendinae, Oio, Gasette.
IShe "(.#? ara's" advertiseenent above
.VOICE .PFROM TIHE FAR WEST4.
Speakuing of "CoswAn's" Rut, Roach, Ana
&c., Extermine,or-"mor, grain and pro
visions are dqroyed anmnually in . Ga:r
Couinty by ve u, than would pay for' - ten~
of this Rat. ppd Insect fllIer.--aD,castep
~.,See "CosvAa's"adlvertiser.:ent above,
. FARMERS AND IO'EEPES
should reoleet that hundrs4s of dolgr#
worth of Gra!n, Provision., &o., ,awe an
atmaly destroyed by' Rats, Micle, 'Amat,..aati
other insects andI vermin,411l Qf whiph .eame
be pr.eented. by a fe* dellate.' worth ot
"CosrAa's'' Rat, Roach, AM-it &c., 'Exter..
minator, boug~ht 'and used fireely.'.
8%.8fee "IgosTa'e'f advestidement~ above..
ABr4uIt and, D~ele everywhere
,y Olee .a