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SAJsr.A. 0LA.] S'
Nis usroitux of
FANCY GOOD, T0191 DOLLS, GAE
20 KING STIRET
(Three doors below Wetlaworth.)
CHARLESTON, -B, 0.
VON SANTEN'S AZAAR,
- fEOKLIjHjD in the year 1851, In this
xJ city, ha opened, for the inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Assortment of
Toy, Doll. Games, China Toilet Goods,
beautifuL kantlepiece Ornamenta, Ladles'
Work-B46, Jewel C*ses, &., French Con
footionay, Fireworks, &e.', suitable for'
Presents for lie 'oming Holidays, such a.
are not to be found in tky other establish
ment in the South, and to which the pro
prietor respectfully solicits attention.
Accordeons, Harmonicas, Portemonnales,
tags, Beads, Combs, Brushes,. Perfumery,
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene Oil and
La,sp in the Greatest Variety, &a.
A liberal discount will be made on all
goods sold to dealers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, $60 and
*100 lots, put up to suit the country trade.
All packages ara put up with care, and
will be sent, per express, to any address
upon receipt of Cash, or C. 0. D.
FRED. VON SANTEN, Proprietor.
WHOLWLE AND BEV'AIL
N0, 11 KING ST., CI11LESTON, A. C.
OW 'opening ,ote of te best isorted
89. Stk of Fall and Winter Clothing, of.
fered'in many yes, all qua,ities frou; the
lowest grades in th.t tinest, Fabrics, all got
ten up exprnnssly for (his Market, by one
of the largest Mauimfacturing Houses in the
'coulivi. Also, a Full Asorihmeat of
GENTM FURNISIONO GOS.
And a large stock of
foreign and Aifrioa CAths, and Cas
. simOr and Vetlng1,
w*kh will be made up to order in the best
-stles, under the oars of a frst class
rjUTTvER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plntation Clothing for Freedmen, from
10fty English Komsy.
S. W. dfsltoe, WX kEaTruassox,
%L W. ALs it. . 3S1UA$Y, . . ,911101.
R. W GALE & 00.,
Al and 48 WENTWOTi TSERT,
6A RLESTO 84 C.,
DEALZR8 If -
Car a, Buggies, Harness, &
. ALSO) AG*NTS FOR
INIat8Stretched, Cmolnted and lvUie
l hEATHER BELTINIO.
fOUBLE and Single comprising all desira
Jble wdths. Every Belt watranted tc
* give perfect satisfaction, andi sold at mann,
facturers prices. .oct 9-3m
Importers and Dealers
Northast seraer leellag sad larkel ti,
OUARLESTON, 8. C.
i1NVITE the Trade to examine their ful
and varIed assortrost of.
BDonnet. antd'tate, trimmed and untrlm
Itibben., of saddisl4ptlons,-.
Pwre, Feasss,1ress Gaps,
,Veils, of aewest designs,.
bed, Laces, Craes, S8 k,
Corsets, kirt., tog .&e.- oct 9.y
,JESSE IT. BOLLF!B'- '
ee f StiUdBs tken Ia th
theliqop o t0 t
TJE SPLINDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
iAPTAIN LOUIS M. 00X ER,
W ILL aAIL FROM ADGER'S. WHARF.
FOR THE A-BOVE NAbED PLACES,
every Saturday,-at 4 o'clock, P. bl., until
furthet orders. - '
Por Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Ofie of the Agency, No. 17 Van
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
CORNER QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS,
QHARLESTON, S. O.,
C. W. k . B. DENNIS, Proprietors.
HIS splendid HOTEL will bo opened on
the lst of October, on the European
system- It has been rerhodelled and refur
nished throughout. This Hotel contains
over one hundred rooms, which will be re
served chiefly for the use of travellers, and
transient guests. Competent, Assistants
have beeh secured in every department, and
every attention will be paid to Onbure com
fort to their customers. The sleeping
rooms are airy and clean. The resturant,
will be supplied with the best- fare the mar
ket affords. Porters will always be ready
to attend each arrival and departure of
trains. The travelling public, transient
visitors and others, will find in rit all the
luxuries of , first-class house, ooqjabined
with the comforts of home. The loodton is
finely adapted for businesp men and travel
lors. No pains or expense'will be spated
to give entire satisfaction.
G. W. WIT21AMS& 00.,
CRIJACR ST, CIRBESTON, 8. 6.
WULIAN,- TAYLOR & 00.,
Liberal-cash advances will e mpde on Cot
ton oo611 ed to either hous4.
3. H. BAGGET, & do.,
FiCTift 10 ACCONNODATION WIMP,
CHARLEATON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND 84011JTAPLE COTTON
Liberal advances, made - o consgu meats
Horsey, Anton & Co.,
1AT, CAPS AND ITRAW GOODS,
NO. 26 HAYNB STRErT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Rce4dle over the hoah Carelu I. .
* GENERAL. 80PTS OFFICE,
CMARLUSTIn 8. C., Sept. 11.
O0N and after Bunday, September 28d, the
Passnger Trains of this road will rus
the following schedule
Leave Charleston11.00 a ni
Arrive at Augusta, 8.00p ni
Leave Autowsta, 4.80 a xi
Arrive at Charleston, 1.00 p xi
Leave Charleston, 6.00 a xi
Arrive at Uolumnbia, 1.60 p ax
Leave Coluebia, 10.40 a m
Arrive at.Charleston, 7.20 p. m.
set1-fH. T. PE AKE, Gen'l Sup't.
--Polities aid NeW,-~
AIN ffi Keosees, b 0el
Lye,Chroe Gren, u(1ino ' p,
Liet Black, -Venetian an tp
.Z ETCHIN, MoMASTIR & 00.
TOLL, WEBB & 00.,
13ANCROFT's OLD STAND&
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentworth
W E have now opened a eplon4id
8took of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which ore of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not. able to visit the city, orders ac
qompanied with city reference will meet
with prompt atteftion.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of thd State. Our stock consists
ini pt of-.
White- Osnaburghs, Striped Ostaburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. I(eaty Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and 3town
Shirtings, 6.4, 9.4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue lomespuns. -Bleached
and Brown Drills. Black French Broad
oloths. ,Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Lineh Dam.
ask,. stl qualities, Calicoes, all qualitles,
Dress Goods, Domestio Oinghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown, Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
- Together with every variety to be found
n our line; which we offer at
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
All Dotnestic -Goods are sold at. a tery
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
zens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No.'7 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth.
Charleston, S. C.
It. . SfOLL, Charleston,
C H A ItL,ES WEBB,
H. il. WALY4i1t.
Corner Queen and Meeting Streetm,
0xARLkSTON, ,S C.
1 HIS POPULAR AND WELL
'KNOWN HOUSE is now fully open
for the reception of visitors, 'having been
refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
ture throughout; and offers to the traveller
accommodations and conveniences as a First
Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the public is
Rates of Board per dayj. '44 J
s " Lper month as may
agreed on. JOSEPH PURCELL,
feb 24'66-tt . Prpprietor.
lUllUimery asi$ 5tra* 60.ds
ARMSTR0N VATOR A co.
IMPoaTuMs A) -DNATNS- Or
Bonne Silks and Satins,
Tritmmed and Untrimmed,
N' 87 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St..,
Offer a Sleek nnsurpassed in the United
States in variety and cheapness. Orders
solited and prompt attesntion given..
Terms--Qaah. -;.. aug 28-2mo
TflE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES OF
.Prof. Egbert Jackson, fiirmerly of Lon..
don, Robert Herbert, Mi. D., from Philei
phia, and Dr. Eu gene Velpeau, formerly of
the London and Paris, Venereal Hlospip.
Permanent and speedy eures guarat of
Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Gleet, Bperamelerlma
or Self-Abuse, and of story possible form
ef private disease of every-iame or est0re
- -Pr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compound,
ana unfailing retedy fos intemperneO' write
Mountain of Light, 800 pegwl, 100 plates,
80 cents, 8 for $1 '
Dr.' Jackson's 1emalqeS fogkSUy Pilisi $1
pet' box, exft'a flm ,a afe'-and effeetuni
remedy, for all Megterals nd obesruo
tioIns, from whatiever disup~ ' Jaekson'g
Oriental Invtgerating Liimetr $2 ewbot
tle. Send for ofr nas'.. ' no ench
SIfts 5i 6 for $4,12 fd/r511 Setid for dira
olilar and write you will oIpI veoeire
a kind, di aee ndp:l,41awj, Ad
ds'ess Dii. ;~ksb ffoe & o,o p..
pyP. 0. Box 488, GaIbt~ho,4o
010 *osmore Street; e4Mnw ad
instrsoam seat to ay part of the country
jun 1 m.
Wco~& l' cor d.
T HE o ubscribers. ill comnenco in the
City of Chagleston, early in Novem
ber, ! Family'Journal, to be known as the
WID LY RECOItD.
it Till 6o1t'alh eight pages of fine pape'r
and oleaF type, and will make whea- bound,
a volume of pvriunnent value'.
While containing all the latdti ieligious
intel'igeo9e from the Churcheg at' hom'o and
abroad, it will also contain a 0eekly d'igest
of soolal,- mercantile and pofitical ifelli'
gence; as well as general taformaatiot odr
literary, scientific and agricultural subjects,
making a journal aoeptable# to the city and
Ministers throughout the South, acting
is agents and receiving subsoriptiovs, will
be entitled to a copy.
For one copy for sin months, $2 00
For ofie copy for one year, 4 00
For ton copies to one address. for six
months, $16 00
For ten copies to qne address, for one
y eare ' 80 00
Alf subscriptions to date from the first of
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Contracts made on-reasonable terms.
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Address "Weekly Record," KeyBox No. 3.
T12e Obal-lestosz Daily News.
A S native C4olinians, the itublishers
will naturally look to the interost of
their own State, and to that of the South:
and as citizens o,f the United States they will
not be,wanting in the proper amount of de
votion and respect for 1he (Ieneral Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made to ma'ke
the DAILYA.B W'a Sfirt.class newspaper,
and in every *ay worthy of' the patronage
of the publid.
quir terms, for the present, will be .at the
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procurin; supsriptions. will be showed the
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No. 18 Hayno St. Chuleston, 8. C.
Tke W Itte N1 an's Paper.
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news from all the States, and JlV parts of
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'wenty copies to on a4raa , ) 00
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-VAN BVRIE, HORTON & CO.,
No. 182 Nassau Street, New York.
For sale tay all ntews dealers in cities and
towns oct 24'85
lNew Work Daffy NVews.
jAILt and Weekly. The New York
.LWeeMy News, a great flamily news-)
per-Benjamin Wood Proprietor-the
lgast, besfr and cheapest paper published
iNew York. Single copidir, 6 cents ; one
copy one year $2; three copies one year,'
$6 60; fie oe as- ne yeanr, $8 76; ten
copies one ye($17; and- an extra copy
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year; $80 41 Weekiu NeaWis sent to eler.
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oopies of Daily bdWeely News sent, free.(
BliN. WOOD, *
-Daily News Building,
No. 19, Oity Hall8Squaro, N. Y. City.
oct 24 '6
PUBLIS#uF. WSELY ATD4RLIN.G?oX, 5. 0.,
MSof'aubari #a-4subsribs c
bers, $'4. Adveutisemaents pW square, tsat
inser(1n, -$1.60 ; eadb- suhseuent'4nsr., a
Adv eine~mnte noQt p aid for 5n advande
will be otinued utpit paI( ' - . be
obarg4cdting1. !bcea ady'dtiae.
:nen mt6 be fe4 or e4ae, Me tI
of Itin 1)1be .U asi t5 j9.
bid, and cbal'4s.Nngly.
n Old Sqng set to a New Tun
.T 1866. g
V, "As epring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes.cbmp oY41,
AAd lice aAd Rdes- .
In spite of cate,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years j4(Sbislhed in N. Y., C4ty."
"Only infaIMAe remedies known."
"Free frotdP leons."
"Not dangetons t9 the Human Family."
"Rats come t%t of their holes to die."
'Coste' $t, Reazch. &c..'Ex.
In& paste"Usied fo Ate, fiee liaches,
Black and Red A ne, &c., &c.,&c.,&c.7
-Coster's" Bed-Bag Exescmsag.
Tq ai liquid or wash-used to destrof,
alao as a prpventive for led-Bugs, &.
'C'ostar''? EIlctri PoYuwder ,dW
Is for' Moths, Mosquitor8, Pleas., Red-B.ug.,
Inect on Plnts, Fote, 4nimals, &a.
fJI- ! E! BWAIC I I! of all worthless
4&- See that "CosvAR'1e. name is Otif
tach Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
&Mi Address, igNph.RcOsrAR,
, Iod 481 Uiroad way, N. Y.
All Druegists and Retailerp everywhere
3outh. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Ortcans,
INCREASE OF PIAT.' -The Farmer'?
7Uzelte (English) assen a) '- oves by fig
ires that one pairof 1.%''8 will haveapro.
jeny and deeedants no 1ess than 51,051)
n, three years. Now, iilvss this Ifnmense
amily can e kept down; they would con
ume more Vbod than would sastain 65,000
-M&"Bee WtA n's"advertisement'above..
1. IATS versus DIRDS.-Whoevei- engages'
n Rilooting siall birds is a crnel nann ; who
ivor ai( tttextet'riidating live is a benelho
or. We should like so4pe one to give tu
ie bene.'L of their e#glenrce in driving
ut thte 4 s Wp le4 somethinj be
ides dog. nt'.tndapotor this bu ne.
U ee -(03TAL'S" itertisement above..
"COSTAR'8" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
impIs safe and sure-the most p'erfet
A -4eifltion meeting we have e*- attt4d
d. E4ry Rat that can got I,1 prop-ly
ireparWd,' wil eat Liind every one that
sit it will die, generally at some plie6 a w
listant as possible from were it was taken.
-Lake 8I,ere. Mich, ivor.
mm"S4 "OosvAu adbtim above
HOUSEKEEPERS lropbled with vermin
eed be so no longer, if they utse "Cosi'A's"'
Extermninator. Wehaveused it to our.%atis
actiont; and if a box cst $3, re would ltv
t.' We have tried poisons, bitt they e#td.
othing ; but "Costar's" article knoqk the'
ireath -but of Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ans,
nd Bed-Bugs, qieker than we can~ 4ite~ it.
t in In great demand all over the e'ostyy
-Mendmna,. Ohlot Gasette.
g See8"C 605AR's" advertisernant abov.
A VOICE PROM TiH E PAIL
ipeaking of "CosARa's" Rat, R
to. Exterminator-.-"inore aI
lsionsato destroyed .anuali
~ounff by vermin, than would
f this Iat and Insect Kifer
3,. See "Costa's"advertisemaenta
FARid@Rd AND HOUSEKR~8
hould renolleet, that huadreds' of''#blts
rorth of Omain,sPreiI~h &@,, ate sa
u$all destroyed.by Bai Mie, Au a
I,her insects n4 voyii..-all op"i '
e prteated dy~ olee'V wrth' of
Cosran's" Ra,I6e,, , '*o , Est4v
~Inaorbu b.aa~ frwely,
i , See' eriem'
juta -~~ ' New W