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CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WE'BB 00.,n
kANCR OFT'8 0 Si-iNi,
287 Kag 'Si., 3 dooWs Be ntworth
W E have nbw opened a splendid
% toq of Spring Qoods, Epglish,
Frnoh and Atn6rtost, which aie of the
most desirable sty,ls the mar4etq oan afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or. for barter with th'em, our
wholesale rogrs offer eiery, indupement.
Plantation goods in, every variety.
This being a busy season withithe planter
and.he not able to visit the city, orders ao.
companie4 with city , rfereno swT nieet
with romv tt6ntion. ,
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of tho SLate. Our stock codisists
in part of-,
Whi,e OsuaburghE. Striped Oiaburge,
Blue Denini. Brown D-nims, Ileavy Brown
Shirtings, Fibe Sea Island Pr6wn Shirtinge,
Bleaohed Shirtings. Bleamlied and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, 1-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Blaok Fresch Broad
cloths, Hosiery a9d Moves, Irish Linen by
the piece,. Towels, Toweliags, Lipen Dam
ask, all qualities, Caliebes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Volnestio- Ging44snpJ no
Scotih Ginghams, Spring 8ikkad- ck
Silks, Colored Muslns, ip every .vbiety,
Fine French Muslin, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Bro'wn Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
eot tonadles,
Together with every variety to be found
:A our.lino; which we offer at
WHOLSAL.F AND RETAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a' very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
*f the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
2ens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the alty.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 Kipjg8t., 8,4qore below Wentworth.
Ohirleston E. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charlestob,
CRARLES WEBD; I
N. C. WALKER, ,1
j n 18'66-lyr
MILLS HOUSE,
Corner Queen aid Meeting Streets,
#RARLESTON,' S. C.
THIS POPULAR AND WELL
KNOWN HOUSE is now fulj~ open
for the reoeptf,n of visitors, -havi been
- refurnished with New and E0egant Furni
ture throughout; and offers to the traveller
asoonmodations and oonv#nlences as a First
Class Hot*l, not to be equalled by any North
er South. The pafronage of the tubHid6 Is
respeetfully solicited.
Rated of Board per day, $4 0)
" "1 per month as may
greed on. . . JOSgPn PURCELL,
feb 24'6--tf Proprietor.
a FALL AND WINTER
ZiPORTAToN
MIlisery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & 60.
. IMPSoaT1s AND DEALORS Of
Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Velvets, .
Fnohe,s,
Flowers,
Feathers,
8traw Bonnets,
-Ladies' Hats,
Trimmed and Untr ined,
Shaker Uoods.
,No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Baltimore, Md.
Offer a'8Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety andl cheapness.. Orders
solia.ed and prompt, attention giyon.
Tornis--Cash. aug 28-2mo
'THE .RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES O
OUR DAY.
Pr. Eghert Jackson, . formerly of - Lon
don. Robert- ieprbert, AI. .D., from Phil!idel.
p),ia, and Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formie of
the L6ndoi, an,l Paris Vencieal Hlospitalt.
Periuanent and .pidy nu,rea guaranteed of
Gornor h,ea..Syphi'ht.. Glleet Sperm--torrhoen
of' Sef-Ahbuse, and of e.verf posilble forn
of private lisoase of every name er nature
.whatsoever
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcohojio,Compound,
3s.'u nlghpe4, fgr. qigtqeeanee ;:rrite
fg partibulars.
--.otsntain of Light, 800Opages, 100 gates,
56.aents q~
-Dr. J n's p , y PI, $i
pi* box find h *d eof ul
remey,- 19?$15ties id bbWiso
' ls, from fatates da . .Ja '
Oriental I Ig4tegItaikas , $2 pebt
tre.: Sen formalslw0 nine nobh
.ales $1, fo I for$74 Send oiv
cilar and r ' ']] tly raeieve
tress Drs. Jackson, Herbert & Co., or ilm-,
0.ffice
inst MAIQ e s ndy
.t ngla4eiSiadme .I .'7eaMarA.
*INNSBORO'
BY ,
Gaillard, Desportes & Co.
The people of the Distrietwre
r'espectisslfy eel IcItbd to give
tie's E-tW6"tlaeirstpport.
A District Pa.pershlonl .
filukIM-sWA.Y '99eve y
W e to ilsd
Olsta'Ict.
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oct g4'65
The White Mank's Paper.
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Time Sosathersser,
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bId, hd charged' foNngly.
. nt2.4'6K
in id' Song, set to a New Tuiv%
67 1866. ,
"4A8 spring approahm.
Ants and Roachee
From thetr holes come out,.
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
-Gaily 8k i> about."
"18 ears established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible rcmedios known."
"Free from Pqisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
SC40%ey'" at, RoacIm',&c.. -Ex.
tea's,
Is a psto-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
ilack and Red A n1e, &o., &o., &o., &o.
-Ctboer's" l3ed-Hng Eteir:ii saa
torn%.
I.a-liquid or wash:--used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Red-lugs, &a
i-i-topur's" E' ietric Powder Ros
Is for Moth#, Aoeguitoes, Fleas, lied-Bugs,
Insecte on Plants, 11owls, Animals, &o.
AW- ! I ! BzwAnE I I ! of all warthless
mitation.
fi- See that "COSTAR'S" nmime is 'on
ich Box. 'lottig, and Flask, beforo you buy.
ftW Address, HERRYR.COSTAR,
484 13roadffay, N. Y..
SW- Sold:
biy' By
All Dr.gists and Retalers everywhere -
louth. Barnes, Ward &sco., New Orleans,,
Aa.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The PWrner't
azette (English) asserts and proves by fig
tres that one pair of RATS will have a pro - -
,eny and deopdanats no less than 651,05o,
n three years. Now, unless this immenso
amily can be kept down, thy would con
unie more food thou would sustain 65,000
miman beings.
CO See 'CosTAn's"avert isement above.
1866.e
RATS versus 1IRDS.-Whoeve engages,
n shooting small birds is a ctuel n n: who
ver alida in,ext erminating rate is a benefao
or. We should like sbnmo one to give ut
he bnelit of their experience In drivivi
tlt these pests We need sonething ho-.
idea dogs, cati, and traps for this busineo.
-Scientic American. . Y.
US.. See "CosTA n's" ad%wrt isement above..
1866.
"COSTAR'S" HAT EXTERMNATOR is;
hnple, safe and oure-the nsust perfect
LAT-ifloation meeting we have ever attend
d. Every Rat thht. can get it, properly
repAred will eat it, and every one that
ats it will die, generally at some plco a a
bo8tant as possible from were it was taken
-Lake Shore. Nich., Mirror.
fa'88e "Co11a'A" advertisenent above.
1866.
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with fetemia
seed be so no longer. If theyg use "CoeTaR's"
-ixtermiInator. Wehavrenued ie~t'tour' satm.
uction ; uind if a box coat $.5, we would have
t; Wo.have tried poisons, but tbey effeeted
aothiing a hut. "Costar's" article knoecks the
>reatih out "I' Rats, Mioe. RoacheT, Ants,
nd Bled-Bugs, quicker than we can write it.
t Is in great. denand all over the sountry.
- Mendina, OhIO, Oasette.
09.800eo"CowrAn's" advertIsement above
* .1866.
A V.O!dE 'PROM THE FAR WEST.-.
ipeakinig of "Cosvta's" Rat, Roaeh, Ant
co., Exterminator--"more grain and pre
'star.c tro deostroyed ,annually la, Gsam
ount.y by vermin, than would pay fee ton
f this Rt4t and Insect Kile..anelr
WVie., heral. e.Inut
#@. See "Cosvat'4"advertisernent abqug
1866.
FAIR3BER8 AND) I QUSHEKEEPEPRS
hould rdeolleet that b'undi-d's of dolliera I
rorth of Girain, Previsins, -&e., are an
ually detoedb Nipe. Anis, aa
ther ises and yo .'all of whieh eain
e prevented My' a daW lldre- worth oL
CoaTA s's'- lat, Roea, At, &e,, .Rtato.
uinator, bou htt and f ~4ireely.
S. ee " Ogvan's' (vertisemaent above.
A ri nDaeoverywhere
BARNE ,WARD& CO.,
Whoul.nile 4gents,
June~'~-l , New Orlesmas, Lq.
june 5d-lyr
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