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$.A.]S'I'A. I.A .."TS'
.lHs EMPORIUM or
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
OHARLESTON, S. 0,
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
- STABLISIED in the year 1851, in this
' city, has opened. for the inspection of
the publio, the inost Splendid Assortment of
Toys. bolls, Uinie. (Itta Toilet Goods,
beautitul Mawttepioce Ornaments, Ladies'
Work.Bozes. .' t w -f s. &o.. French Con.
feo ionary, Fs'w -. &c., ouittible for.
Presets for ti. -'s t , lolidayo, such as
are ait to be olund in any other establitl.
Ine - otith, at to which the pro. I
- . ICutnasii.t.
up 11) to suith-ou
All packages arz put up with ot. o, a...
will bo sent, per express, to ary addr'ess
upon receipt of Cash, or C. 0 D.
FRED VON SANTEN, Proprietor.
- OF - -
CI.a C T XE X r a,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. III KING ST., CUARLESTON, 8, C.
OW opening one of the best assorted
Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of
fered In many years, 'all qualities from the
lowest grade to the finest Fabrics, all got.
teq 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
Fireign and Amerien Cloths, and. Cisl
- Wmers and Veslings,
which will be made up'to order in the -best
styles, under the care of * first class
. CUTTER FROX EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Pealers.
I'lantation Clothing for Frebdmen, from
Groy English Kersey.
B. W. 1'TUREoUS,.- , wU MATHINSON,
a. w. GALE, w. R. BULLAUT, 0. 0.:R0EioN.
X GALE -& 00.,
46 and. 'WENTWORTB STREET,
CHA LESTON,8. C.,
Carrages, Buggies, Harness, &c.
. ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Robinson & Sons'
Patent Stretched, Cemented and Rivited
rOUBLE and Si ecomprising all desira
ble widthsa. Javery Bolt warranted, to
give perfect satisfaction, and sold at mnu
facturers prices. -- oat 9-Im
J1ENONIC & SELL3
-Impiorters and 'Dealers
MILLINERY, STR AW,
- - AND
North-east corner ilertinI and Mlarkeit s,,
('hA IR.. *sfT N, 8. -0..
N\ I ' deI to 'samilne their ft
,L~ ' , , sortmnenta of d
'Fly pr': ' -. a.'Dress 0app, a
N9: * .. ext designs,.
R9,e.'. itae, ilke,
MDTOQ8APH G4L? R,
t r' I
Fernandina, Jacksonville, and all
the Landings on the St.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 ON9 BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXE'TTER,
ILL SAIL FROM ADGER'S WHARF
FOR THE ABOVE NAMED PLACEp
every Saturday, at 8 o'clock, P. M., until
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Office of the Agency, No.' 17 Van
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
CoRNER QUXEN AND CnURH STREETs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
. W. & S. B. DENNIS, Proprietors.
rT lvospientid HlOTEL will be opened on
the 1st of October,' on the European
system- It has been remodelled and refur
nisied throughout. This Hotel contains
ever ov e iundrod rooms, which will be re
served chiifly for the use of travellers and
transient guests. Competent assistants
have been secured in every department, and
every attention will be paid to ensure com
fort to their customers. The sleeping
rooms are air and clean. The reaturant
will be suppled 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 ohers, will find in It all the
luxuries of a first-class house, combineA'
with the comforts of home. The looatil us
flqbly adapted for business mnen and travel
lers. No pains or expease will be dpared
to give entire satlsfaqton.
sept 18-2m -
Q. W. WILLIAMS& CO,
CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WILLIANS, TAYLOR & CO.,
Liberal cash advances will be made on Cot
Ion consigned to either house.
J. H. BAGGET, & 00,,
FACTORS. 10 ACCOMMODATION VDAflR,
CIA RLESTON, S. C
Give their -attention exclusively to the
ale of ue ,
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Abe:al advances made on consign mepts
forgoy, At.-en & 0s,.
RATS, 'CAPS AD STRAW GOODS,
NO. 26 BAYNE STREE,
CHARLESTON, S. .C.
SchedIale over the South Carolina R. R.
.GENERAL SUP'ITs OFFICE,
CHARLE5TON, S. C., Sept, iil.
3N and after Sunday, September:28d, the
li Pseger Trains of this rot4d 'will run
hfollowing schedule :
ieave Charlegfoa 11.00 a m
trrive at Augusta, , 8.00 p m
trrive at Charleston. 1.00 p m
. 00LUNDIA TRAN.
.eave Charleston, 6.00 a m
trsive at tiolumbia, . l.60''pm
leave Columbia, 10.40 a m
irrive at Charleston, . 7.20 p. m.
HI. T. PE AKE, Gen'l Sup'L.
sept 11..tf .
S-Politics and News,
b and ...oi, '&
Having heW tareet onty irol$ionI is Ntt
r. A. MOOD & U. A. 3M8, Wattee b r's
RlIAIN OIL, Keroseo Ofi~ 4Inoent.rated
Lyin ChrOlp er4, Tnvusnine -Soap,
am - Black,e .~ tienl~ and' Parlor
STOLL, WEBB & M0.,
287 Kig &, 8 dors Below Wentorth
W E have now opened a splendid
- Stock of Spring Goods, English,
Fretch and Amertfan, which are of the
most desirable styles the mdrket4roan afford.
To planters furnishing the Jrmedinen either
for clothing or for 1artef with them, out
wholesale rooins offer eftry inducement.
Plantation goods In every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the city, orders ao
companied with city reference wilt 14bet
with promi6pt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists,, sent to
anpart of the Sta(e. Or stock cosists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Denims, Brown Dejims. Heavy Browb
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleaoed Shirlbge, Bleached aud Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12-4 Plhid Blue
and Stripped ,lue Homespans. VlaeAhed
an4 Brown Drills, Black French Broad
o!p Mosiery.and Gloves, Irish Lineail
te wili,' Towels, Towelings, Line& Dam
ask,.all qualities, - Calicoes, all qfaUltles;
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghais, Fin
Scotch Ginghams, Spring 8ilks-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 Drillo and
Together with every variety to be found
n our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a Wry
small adv#noe on AnIs' prces.
of tih Planters , Morhhants aj* the ii
tens generally of Fairfeld ilstrf, to our
advertisement, and solilit a call from them
shoid they' visit the eity.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 toors below Wentworik.
H. 0. STOLL, Charlpston,
CHARLES WEBB, Ii.
JI. 0. WALKER,
Corner Queen and AeIM Street,
CHARLIRSTgN, S. C.
THIs PoPULAR AND WELL
HKNOWN HOUSE Is now fslly open
for the reception. of visitors, having been
refurnished with New and Ble t Furni
ture thojgjoUt0 k46Eftl to trAveller
accompodat ods and,ooteniaenes as a First
Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of Ihe public Is
Rates of Board perdpy, - $4 O
" per month as may
agreed on. JOSEIPH PURCELL,
feb 24'46-tf Proprietor.
MeGREIGHT' 30I, BZOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
G INS made and repaired. Also, the fA
MeCRIGHT REVERSE G1AT IM.
FISK'S METALLIC RURTAL CASES,
.anew and nest pattern oil hand.
TIN WARE ! TIN-W ARE!!
A LARGE and varied assortment of the
- beth heavy home made Tin- 'Ware, ogt
hdad&and for sale low.
KETCH IN, MeMASTRR & G0,
THE RECOGNIZED 8PB014L!TIES O1
- OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formierly of.- Lon
don. Robert Herbert., M. D., from Phila -.
phia, and Dr. Eugene VSipesa, formerl of
thle London and Paerie Venereal iloapiles.
Permanent and speedy cures ftananteed of
Gonorrhea, Syphitlls, Gleet, Spermatorrhesa
or Belf-Abuse, and of every pessible form
of private diseas, of every #me er. mAtate
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alooaleo Compoead,
'ni unfailing renedy for intemperance I writ.
Mountais of Light, 800 pages, 100 plates,
50 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's'Female MonhI Pills; S1
per box, extra fine $6, a safe ait efeq9mal
remedy, for-al .ivregularit.ies and obesup
tions,. fom whatevereau,se. Dri .jacksoWes
Oriental grating iniment, *2 per bot.
tie. SenW for -circular. Gqunine Fregeh
SAes $1,.0 tow $4,12 for $76 pon:d for r
omlar sad writ.,'you,will prm$tiy r *
a kind, discreet ali'd exlbte er,. 4
dftss-Dr. Jackson, igrqbt p J y~~
pyP. O. Box d86, CI*lnaij, *'o*m
No.1 307. Syosmore Str4e6 fIIIbu
iastswaetions;sent, os py
June -12'66-6me , ""
P Ir esus .
I GKI0ub0fibe9 *il eomerese in the
ber a liy obe " '4
it *ill contain elg ppa qf POW g pp
and Oear I , a&eO1
a voIge of r= a value.
While e4'n ninist ai the.14t rlOIuI
ift6nt4"e frm t u har,he.'ae d
ai, t *111 lso contaln 6 e d.gpt
of So#ele, Mercantile a"d 11 intell'
gVnae, as well as general tflormation oli
literary, solentsdo and agricultural jeots,
tasking a jonal acceptable to the 1 y and
Minletors"throughout the South, so ,
as agents and rocoling dubs6titioA6, wilT
be entitled to a copy.
Fo one copy for six monthr $2 00
For one copy for one year, 4 Ot
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months, $16 00
F6r ten copies to one address, for one
yest, 80 00
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One s uare $2 ,0'; eery subsequent in.
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Contracts made on reasonable termi.
U. S. BIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address " Weekly Recordi" KeyBoxNo. 8,
The Charleston Daily News.
A a native Caroliiladi, the pibliphers
will n turalty look -to the Intetil 4f
their own State, and to that of the Souslb
and as citizens of the United States 04ey will
not be wanting,in tho propee i'oun of des
votion and respect for the'Generalo ern.
ment. Every effort shall be- made to m*e.
the DAIL YNR WSa frst class newspaper,
and in every Way worthy of the patronage
of the public.
Our terms, for the present, will bo'si the
rate of $10 per annum. Subsriptions re
ceived for 8, 6 and 12 months, payable in
Advertising.-One square, ten lines, one
insertion, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Each continuation, Seventy-five cents.
Less than a square, Fifteen i'bede psi
line for irst insertion; Half Price for each
Postmasters and ,others throughout the
country, who may interest themselves in
procuring subscriptions, will be.alowed the
usual per oentage.
CATHCART, McMILLAN& MORTON,
- No. 18 Hoyne St. Charleston, S. C.
the -Viitle i-saus ager,
THE NEW ,YOKl DAY 100K.
A FIRST class weekly paper, in f0vor of.
the Constitution as it is, and the
Union as it was.
The Day Book is not reprinted from a
daily, but is made up expressly for *eekly
circulation, with a careful aInmary of the
news from all the Stq1tos.-ad all parts of
the Worid, with market Reports, Agricul
tural, Finance, Litotature, &a.
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Five copies one ybar, and one to the
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Send for a speoimen copy, which will be
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VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO.,
For saleb albiw de er Ia.ie4.ue
towns cot 24'f65
Sew 9rk Daly News,
1'~and Weekly. T5le No er
,JWere, ews, a great fp:n. ly.news
aper-Bnjamin Wood Pt9prietor---he
lre.beat and cheapest per published
in eesis; ne
copies one yea 1;ada xr oy
to any elub e 4. )lWuIlaon'ntAer4us
year, $80: the Weekkk' Nes is sent to eler.
gymien at $l 69. A en '?
ii w YonK UAIeY Na 'o teal #
copies cf Da ly ant W ? e~ re,
No1,~ D4ly News 86lld4ad
Ps Seas Jp , V. MOW og. . o
bass trl sae r ,square fir*t
A O Son.g, set a. TuaNto
3r 1866. .c
*.?As pring approaches -
Ant. and Roaches
Aom thew hole cos out,
4"dA M*e.tid Al,
n s of carf,
"18 years established in N. Y., City."
"Only infollible remediesknown."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not; dangerous to the, juman Family.'r
"Rats Some out of their holes to die."
fCoMter9" Rat, Roach, r,.. Eto
Is a paste-used for Rets, MAce, Roaches,
Black and Red Ant, &o., &c., &o., &o.
"Coster's" Bed-Bag Exteraala
Is a liquid or wash--used to destroy,
.alsiAs a,*ventive for Bed-Bug*, &o.
costat's" .teerIC 'owder for
Is for Moths, Mosquitooe, Fleas, Bed-.8ts,
Insects on Plants, Fowle, Animals, &o.
SW' ! II zwazI h I I of all worthless
JW See that "osTAR's! usi is on
eaGh Box, ottle, -ad Flak, bWf0's you buy.
jW Ad ress, RX"'Ir & TAP
JW old 484 11fodwayl N. Y.
All Druagists and. Retailer everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward. & Co.,. New Orleans,
INCREASE OF RATS.--The Far.nwer
Gazelte (English) asserta and proves by fig
urea that one pairof "IATS will have apro
geny and decendants no less than 051,060'
in three ye r. Now, unless this Immense
faUilly can be kept down, they would con.
sume more food than would sustai* 6A,000
Soo '"'0o.4a's" i*.aboyeo.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man; who
vgr aids in exterminating rats Is a benpfao
We should like some one ro give uw
l,binefit of their experience i driving
out thcse posts We need something be
.sides dogs, oasp, and trops for thii busines.
-Scirwoo American. .-Y.
N.I See "OosTAa's"advertisement above..
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMNATOR Is.
simple, safe and sure-he most perfect.
RAT-Ification meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat. that ean get, It, properly
prered. will 'eat it, and' every' one that
.ea. it:efl)l dig, generally at seme place a a
distant Ie -posible from were it was taken.
---Lake Aore, MAich, Mirror.
Jg Oee "CosTA's"advertisement above
HOUSEKEEPERS-troubled with vermim
need be no Ion er, If they use"CosTA's'
EgmIngtef'. .W Viasb4 11 loour satis
I'action; and If a boxscost $5, is would have'
nol a; but "Cias ate (~~
breath out of Rats, hIlee,.gseo,A
p ic,qu ker b-e p
,. See "C os raR's"a~dvetrtie
A VQICE FROM THlE FAR WS .~
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