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8.A;1q=_ CMjAXTSY
HE A D QUARTERS, I
Ilia RMPORIUM OF
FANCY GOODR, TOYS, DOLLS GAMES
FCKNCH ONFEM1IONARY,
AND
AT
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
CHAR.sSTON, S, v,
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
STWIL,Sr1ED in the year 1851, 'in- this
.A. el' v. pe openvl. fur the inspection of
the put, , fie uost 8plo0lId Assorttn4nt of
Toys b.lls. Omies, C;tiia Toilet 0oodw,
beau,aul Montiplece Ortiamienta, Ladies'.
Wvork B3oxes. .ewcl Vates, &o., French Con
fo Aooary, FireworksN &a., suitable for
Presents for the coming llolldayA, such as
are not to be found in any other establish
ment in the bouth. tnd1 which the pro
prktor resajvctfully solicits attention.
Accordeons, Harnonicas, Portemonnaies,
Bags, Beads, Combs, Bruibes, Perfumery,
Piprs and Tobecco, Kerosene Oil . and
Lamps in the Greatest Variety, &c.
* A liberal discount will be made -on all
gootis sold to dea.ers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
cnii I pitich esed in 5. $10, $20. $60 and
$1t') int.. p.at lip to suit the coutitry trade
'All p%ckages are put ap with cIre, alld
wil be sent, per expreps. to any add,ess
upon receipt of ("asth. or C. 0 )1
FIRED VON SANiE&N, 1; oprietor.
oct 9-3m
EXTENSIVE STOOK
O F
A T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AT
NO, 319 KING ST., CHARLEPTON, 8. C.
%tOW opening one of the beet assorted
8N Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of.
- fered in -many years, all qualities from tie
lowest grades to the finest Fabries, all got
ten up expressly for this Market, by one
of the largest Manufacturing Houses in the
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign and American Cloths, and Cas
almers and Vestings,
which will be madl up to order iA the beet
styles, under the care of tv6rst class
CUT'ER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dca*s.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, frovi
Grey English Kersey.
a. w. M'Tunvous, WM MATIIEsso4,
Superintendant. Agent.
oct 9-Sm
R. W. GALN, W. It. HELLAMY, 0. 0. noB11oN.
R. Ws -GAJ & 00.1
46 aid 48 "WENTWORT9 STREEVY
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DEALERS IN
Carriages, Bugges, Harness, &c.,
ALSOp AGENTS YOR
* Robinson &, Sons'
Piitnt Stretched, Cemented and Rlivited
*LEA'191ER BEVf/ING.
fOUBLE and Single comprising all desirA
LIble widths. E very Belt Warranted to
give perfeet matisfaction, and'sold nt mianu.
facturera prices. oct 9-8m'
ESTABLISUED_1854.
LENBNIO & S4L
Importers a4Dealers
iN
MILLiNERY, STRAW,
AND
Waatoy G-<m,
North-east corner Meeting and Marketr,,
*CHARLESTCN, 8.0C.
1NVITE the~ Trade to ezamsine- their full
Land varied assoriment oft
1Bonnsets and Hats, trhnmed ad untriw
med.
Ri bonu, of alI.deerlptions, -
Ft et, Weathes*, Dres.api .
Nfet.., Veils, of newet desigias,
Ru6hes, Lapes, Crates, 8ilk -.
C.rsaSltISrt.5,&e., &c, po et),,6
PROTOGRAPH GALLERY,
R.P.GP II.1Gik UlilT STS,
- CHER9LFi$'TON, 8. C. I
Llk4nrenesto all Kinds taken In the
highest pswefsa tif the art,.
oct 11.Sf
'4,,
FOR PALATKA,
Fernandina, Jacks6nille, and all
the Lan 6n the St.
John's River.
THE SPLEN,DID STEAMSHIP
"DIcTATO~Ez,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS N. COXETEER,
.N ILL AILP ROM ADGElR'8 WtARF
FOR TiE AlBOVE NAMEDPLACES
every Saturdny, at 8 o'clock, P. M., until
further orders.
For Frolght or Passage apply5 on board,
or to the.Office of the Agency, No. 17 Van
det horst's Wharf.
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
CO'tNER QUEEN AND OBURUH STREET6,
0HA RIAJS'ON, S. C.,
C. W. & J. B. DENNIS, Proprietos.
i 1118 splendid HOTEL will be opened on
the lpt oW)ctober, on the European
-ty.tein- It haYbeen remodelled and refur
nished throughout. This Hotel contains
evor one hundred rooms, which will be re
servefl chiudy for the use of travellers and
.Ansient guests. Competent asistants
have been secured in every departnentI and
every atteninn will be paid to ensure corn
fort ty 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
tisitors and others, will fnd in it all the
ItIxuries of a first-ikas house "combined
with the comforts or ome. The location is
finelyadpted for business men and travel.
lors No pains or expense will be spared
to give entire satisfaction.
sept.18. 2m
G. W. WILLIAMS& 00.,
3N.ACM EL9,
CRURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAtIOR & CO.,
COMMIS1ION MERCRANTS,
NEW YORK.
Liberal cash avances will be tuado on Cot
ton consigned to either house.
oct 4-2m
J. H. BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTOR&, le ACCONODAXION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C
Give their attentidn exclusively to the
sale of
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libeal.advances made.on consign ments
sept 0-law8mo
F. HORSEY,
SUCCEs8OR TO
Hqrsey, Anion & Co.,
RATS, CAPS. AND STRAW GOODS,
NO. 26 BA.YNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8apt. 18-11
Schedule OVer the South Ibarellas t, R~
* GENERAL SUP'TS tFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S.'O., Sept. 11.
0IN and aft er Sunday, Septemtber 28d, t%e
PJassenger Trains of this -road will run
the follos4ng scbedule :
AUoUSTA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston 11.00 a m
Arrive at Augusta, ,8.00 p m
Leave Auwusta, 4.80 a mn
Arrive at. Charleston, . 1.00 p m
cdt.tuniA TRAIN.
Leave C'harleston 6.00 a m
Arrive at tUolumnbfa, . 1.50 p mn
Leave Columbia, - 1.4Oa m
Arrive at Charleston, . 7.20 ;: tn.
-Politics and News,- i
WEEKLY . .
PW .iRECOR.
A Famitg'Jeunaa,
ensty i laton e Satl
Dik Keregene 01 i oneete
Lnmp laok. Venetian ied and r rier
Matchves. For sale by
KETCillN, MoMASTER & CQ.
.ant 1tfL.
NE W 8 PRIN G' 04
DRY GOODS.
CHARLESTOS HOUSE,
STOLL, WEB1 & 00.,
BAIVROFT'S OLD STAND*
87King# , 3 door* Below Wentworth
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods,".English,.
French and American,- which are of the
most desirable styles the arkets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for batter with them, out
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
.Plantation goode in every variety.
This being a buisy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the city,- orders no
companied with city referenci will meet
with prompt aitention.
N. B. Sanipiles, with price lists, sent to
any part.or the State. Our' stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs. 8tiped Osnaburge,
Blue Denim. Lrown Denitus, Heavy Brown
thirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtinge,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and 'Brnwn
Phirtings,-,6.4, 9L4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespnns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
oloths, Hosiery and Glovps, drish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Tow6 ings, Linen Datn
as)c, all qualities, Calicoes. 'Pl qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fin*
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goo4s,'Warmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drjlls, Fancy Drills and
Cottonades.
Together with every variety to be found
n our line; which we offer at
WUOLESALE AND RETAFL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
zens generally of Fairbeld District, t6 our
advertisement, and solicit a call from theme
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth
Charleston, S. C.
11 C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB,
M. C. WALKEK,
jan 18'06-lyr
MILLS IOUSE,
Corner Queen and Meeting Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T HIS POPULAR AND WELL
IKNOWN HOUSE is now fully open
for the reception of visitors, having been
refurnished Vith New and Elegant Furni
turo througHutpand dffere 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
respectfully solicited.
Rates of Board -per day, . $4 0j
" per month as may
agreed on. JOSEPIS PURCELL,
f6b 24'60-tt Proprietor.
PALL AND _WIN TER
IPOrTATION
. :&"41"4mes
MJn00tery ad Straw Goods,
ARNSItONG, CTOI & Cs
IMPORTans AND DEALNRs or
Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks and Satiun,
Velvets.
Ruches,
Flowers,
Feathers,
Straw Boup#(s,
Ladies' lHats,.
Trimrneed -ad UMlntimed,
Shaker Heeds.
No 237 and Lofts of 289 'Daltlrnere St.,
Waltimore, Md.
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in' the United
States in variety and cheapness Orders
solicited and prompt attention given.
Terms-Cash. aug 28-2mo
letter pmgu* see
THE RECOGNIZED 8FECIALTIS$ OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Loa-.
don, Robert Herbert, M. D,., from Philadol'
phia, and Dr. Eugee Velpean, formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent and speedy cure guaranteed of
Gomorrhea, Syphills. Oleet,.8permatorrhea
or Self-A buse, and of e,ete possible form
of prjvate disease of every name or mature
whatsoever.
DW, Herbert's Anti-Aljpholic Couapound,
an unfailing ro'nedy for mtempetande; write
for particlonars.
Monnlein of Light, 800pes .100 pIbMee,
60 cente, 8 forSI$1,
Dr. ,lekson's Feae M$ hl P Ilile $1
per bon,.etra2nd $6, a s~ n eE ot6ul
remedy, for all irregulavet a,tid ~be
tions, from whaliever oae r. -o 's
Oriental 1nvig.,rating Liaeat, $ pt*r ~t
tie. Send for' ;iroua. -Genusf .$rsaeh
8afes- $1-, 6 ter $4,12' $7.- ~edfor pIe
cule and wtite you willeprwpt1eint
a kind. dis&eet and erx felt answe. Ad.
dese Drs. Jeokion, .H,er 2& & vOt'r, cin'
p ly P. 9.' Box 486, Clnoinuati4 0lol. Oee'
No. 187 Sycamore Street. M ediesu and
instructions sent to any paht of thea oatryv;
Je,ne 12'Ad-rimo
IF R S? ROT US
or tan
aberiee:ildoNdde in the
TOity of Chirlosteal. sarly In%, Novem
bot, a Family Jourdale,o be kaow* as the
WEftuLY BCORD.
It will contain' lghlt. pages of gae' vaper
And clear type,- alde will make When boundi
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While contifting all the lawdst religious'
intel'igente from the Churches at home and
abroad, it will also contain a week dl#est
of selal, mercantile and politicdAitelli
gence, as well as general informatiot on'
literary,. seientiftoand agricultural subjbte,
makJiVg a journal acceptable to tb-oityadd
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No. 18 Hayne St. Charleston, 8. C.
oct 24'66'
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No. 19, D aiI74b(e, t .
oct 24'66
1unr,sJnsD ' unax6 A Apoueroj 5, C.
bets, $4 et
e on 40. et
tiseasente:n
of insertiei~ wil eo U A,
bid. an4 ehuredt eordtql)t a
eet 246
In Old Song, set:toa New Toae
W:, 48661.c
j 4As pring approacher.
Ants and Roaches
From their hole come-out,.
And Mie# and Rate,,
In P Ue of cate,
Gay skip.about."
"118 years eftallished tIn N. Y. CIty."
On InfalliBle refnedies known."
"Fro% from-Pbisonn."
:NoV dangeioiw to the Human tmily.,
"Rath come out of their holes to die."
"6Uo%11er'x99 Buat, React. Me.@ . Ecw
I%fr pasts--used for Rats, Me; Roaehet, 4
AWc and Red Aon Pn, .oc&o.&., mo., &a.
61 Soter" Bed-Bug EKer u na
tor.
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,.
also as a preventive for Bed.Bugs, &e.
46cestair's E etaile Powder wer
o for Moshe, MoWtores, , ,Bed-&W8,
Infects on Planis, Fowls, Anoalit, Uo.
itu . (a -ng sh aab ! Of all worthless
ure e that "COSTAo'i" of S ame ap'o 4
each Box. Bottle,-and Flwsk. beore you buy.
i t Addres, N LYR.COSTAR,
484 Broad way, N. T.
fa,l o e etow,tywuld on
11 Drute giland Retailers everywhere -
South. Barns Ward & Co. New rieaons,
1866.
INCREA8E OF RATM.--The Farmeer
Gasestm (nlh)aer'and proves by fig
ures that one pair of RAA'S will hve 4. pro-e
gen and do ndants-no bis than 61,050
in threo s it. Now, unless this Immense
family can be .ept dowa. they would con
sum mose fod than woul4 sustain 65,00
hsans beings.
SW 86 "COsTAa's" adveriement above.
1866.
- RATS erow BIRDS.-WAT o&vor engag
In shooting small birds is a u reel man - who
ever aids in exterminating rats-is a benefe.
ri . We should like 89me One to give up
the benefit of their experiewase in drivIng
out these poste We need eoi4elhing bqe
sides p , wat, and trap for tiles businer.
-lintts posimefri wee..Y. staen
eeCsaasavrsemn above.
1866.
"0O8TAR'01" RAT EXTEMINATOBL se
imh s naro and gur*the most, peoeetr
RAT.iceation "eeting we have etr:saten.di
ed. Every let thaigeeanget it, poopsty
Preparote will et it, and- st te out hat
ets It will die, generally at pe plac6-as
distant At posble from were o was taken.
-- bea . FMic.ro
~.Se"C osAa's' advertiseinent above
~1866.
Exemiao Wea e usd , t ou At.
it.We-etried poios'he ef' pro.
nothing.;: Uuts "Costa" artieknok the
breah.et ofRat, b iee.lahs, LAnts
andS e-S quihrthnw cnwit t
It isi ra e, ' ll vrtecuty
- -Mekinl.i, Nste

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