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READ QUARTERS,. I
nIs EMPORIUld Or
?McI GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GNES
FRENCH CONFECTIONARY,
ANb
AT
290 KING STRE T,
('hr-er ,1onP belo-v Weutworth.)
0 Y.u. 1. 1s..la .$O, Seo,
VON SANT.N'8,. AZAAR,
JSTABL.SH ED in thg year 1851, iA this
XA cit y, hat opened, for the inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Astortalen of
Toys, Dqlls, Games, China Toilet Cloodi,
beautiful Mantlepiece Ornamelts, Lades'
Work-Boxes. Jewel Cases, &o., Ffebdh Con.
f4otkonary, Fireworks#, &c., suitable .fqr
Presents for pho coming Holidays, such ds
aranot to be found i any other establish
;pent in the Sbuth, and to wbich the pro.
pIrietor respeotfully solicits attention.,
A.,jordeons, Harmonicas, Portemounales,
Bags, Beads, Combs, Brushes, Perfamery,
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene -Oil and
Lamps in the Greatest Variety, &o.
A liberal discount will be made on all
goods sold to des.ers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORS
can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, $60 a'nd
$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.
oct 9-8m
EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF
0 M.a O NM 3E X M% r
AT
WHOLFSALE AND RETAIL
AT
NO. II1 KING MT, CHARLESTON. 9. C.
O e of the best assorted
N Sto c os Flland Winter Clothing, of
fered in many years, all qualities from the
lowest grades to the finest Fabrics, alli got
ten up expressly for this Market,. b * one
of the largest Manufacturing Houses lathe
country. Also, a Full Assortment of -e
GENTS 1VVRNISHING GOO.
And a Urge stock of
voreign ed Alnerlcan Cloths, and Cas
slimers and Vestifug9,
which will be mado up to order in' the best
styles, under the care of a ere-olas
CUTTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount nade'tp Dea'ers.
Plantation Clothing for Freemeqp, from
Orey English Kersey.
M. W. M'TURROUS, wX MAT[IXssOS,
Superintendant. Agest,
eat 9-8m
1. w. CIALI, W. H. BILLAMYi . o. .Exsox.
R. We GALE & CO.,
4. and 48 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DTALERS IN
Carriages, Buggles, Harness, &c.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Robinrson & Sons'
lijtcn& Stretched, Cemented nd ui'ited
LEATHER BEI/I1NG.
fOt1BLE and Single comprising all desira
1)ble widths. Every Belt warranted to
give perfeot saisfaction, and sold at ma,t.
facturers prices. .oct, 9-am
ESTABLISHE~D 1854.
RDd~..g~~ Dealers
IN ..
MILLUNE aY, STRAW,
North-east corner Meelgadlarke; Is,,
CHARL4STON, 8& C..
1INVITE ste Trade,to examine their flIl
and varied ssortroent of ..
Bionnet,. and Hats, trimmed and untrim
med,
Ribbons, of all desertltons,
Flowers, Feathergy Df60s Caber
Nets, Velis, of newest, desigEns,
Ruehes, Laces, .Crapes,'Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &t,., &o-' , oct 9.4w
JESSE II. DOELLW
PMI0VGRAPK GALLERY,
if..,L 15 &0N ElET 8T8.,
-C0Z1 TON, 8. 0,
Like4,,fale. KIsde siken ii!a t
highe1e*ES5Rof lhe art.
set1 ilta
MSDUMM1U,
Fernandina, JacksonvOle, and all
the AAk%n the St.
ToAi0a
1000 TOP(S, UR F4N,
CAPTA1 V~~.~X1fER,
WIl"WA%kIQ4~R. WHARF
O I NE A % i M1)D i ACE8
every Saturday, at 8 o'clock, P. M., until,
further orders.
For Fh tor e 1. on boord,
or to th We fI81O ,6 17 Van-.
derhogpt's Wharf.
. J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
sept M-tt
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
CORNSE QUEN AND CHUCU STUERTS,
q,UARLESTON, . C.,
C. W. & J. B. DENNIS, Prop!tetorS.
HIS splendid IOTEL will be "pened on
the 1st bf ootbber, othe European
system It has been remodelled and refur
nished throughout. This Hotel. ponto)nu
ever'one hundred -rooms, which Will be to
served chiefly for #heope of travellers and
transient guesta. Competent assistants
have lien aeoure4 id of&.* dejartment, and
every atteatilon wIliArp1id to qnstkre com
fort to their odstoliners. The "leeping
rooms are airy and tiean. The r'tlyant
will be sbpplied with the'bet lar the &iar
ket affords. Porters .4l1 ajpays be ready
to attend each arriiil and departure of
trains. The travelling publip, travsiebt
visitors and -others, will Mnd in it all ,tht
laidries of a first-class house, combin
*iih the o6ndorte Whome.' The looitioi
iely adapl.dfor business men and trael
lNo Dhis or.eense wixlpebnp"r
to 1ite b1*6 'tatisfotok.
C6, W 8T.V LESTVNf?V.
WILLIAS,' TA CO.,
COMMISSION a MeCtA S,
NEW YORI.
Liberal,cashdyvanes. will be made on Cot
ton.onsis toeithr hus.
Oct 4-Nm
FIC*1L~t 10 '111do"AlR~TAF
pHA E , Sq .
Give theib atten deiclusively to the
sale of . - I - ad: -t -' . .
EONGA.D- B&AR8TAPLE,COTTON
Libe&al 'advAinceV ade on onsign ments
sept 6-1a48m'4
F% IIORSEY,
SUCCESOR TO
NO. 21, BAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
sapt 18-im
Schedule over the Booth Canri a I, R.
*GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CH ARLEsTON, S. C., Sey#,. '11,
OlN and.after Suoday, September 28d, the
the fo g eT in of this road .*wjll n
AUGUSTA TR.AIJ. -
Leave Charleston 11. 0
Arrive af Auigusta,8
Leave Augusta, 4.80 a m
Arrive at Chiar,)eeton, . ~ .00 p m
COLUMBIA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston,a 6.06 m
Arrive at Uolumbia, 6
Leave ColumbzA, a1(
Arrive at Charlestopus 7.20 p. m.
-U. T. PEAKE, Genrtgu t.
-Polities and Newsarm
1 0
V. A. MOOn a U. s
Machmy
~RAIN OIL, Kersen On Cmtrated
AL, lrome Green, T e~efn Soap,
iinBl#, VeaetaM4 and Parlow
U2M.T N,MoMASTER & CO.
sept 11-i(
'DIT GOOD
CHARLEWTON HOUS.E,
STOLL, WXRB & C0.
BANCIROFT'S OLD STANDs
$87 Ks'fg ., Ai.3 dees B9lotoWestWdorfA
P ave n'o opened. a splendid
Stooi of Opring Goods,' ENrillAh,
French and American, which ae of te
most desirable style. whe markett'aaaaffrd;
To planters furnishing the Freedmou,either
for clothing or for batter with them,- our
wholal9.jyeoms offer every Inducoment.'
PlantatigQiods in e variety., . % j ,.
This beft a busy season ,with the planteri
an4 he n9t pble to visit the city,. orlers, ase
companied with, .ity reference. will. meet
wi promm p ilop. 1.tcs
. Samples, vilth prie Uli, sent to
any part of the State. Our stook consists
in part of
White Oinaburghs'. Stripqd Osnaburge,
Blue De town.Dim. He, rpn
Shirn 18 ajai ki rowa 1 ,I
B leah rtings, Bleached and Brown
hlrtl e -4, 9-4, 10-4, 12-4 Plaid -Elae
and l pped Blue Homespun&. Bleacit(d
and rawk- Drills, Black Frenoh Broad
cloths. Henery and Gloves, -Irish Linen by
the pie^- . Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, a11 qualities, Calicoes. .all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghamse, Fine
8otch Gingbams, 'Spring Silka and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fin-e French Muslins, White and. Black
Goods, Farers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Cottonades.
'Together with every variety to be found
n bir line; which wo offer at
WHOLKSALS AND ET I .
All-Dometo Goodl a're gold -at a very
small advance on Agents' P I
We wouild respeetfullycaft o-attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
Bens generally of Fairield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from then
ehguld they visit B
6. 287 191 elow Weptworth,
If. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLESW$ !" 6
H. C. WALKM, ,
jan 18'66-lyr
MILLS HO'SpM,
Crp r ueen gp4 9fefing Streets,
oil ' tt i2 t -N-, a. 0.
tHIA 'OPULAR AND..WELL
KNOWN HOUS is now folly open
for the reception of visitors havin been
refurn hqd Iitb im aI urni
ture t gloqti- lJA to Yeller
accomm ations a conveniences as a F1t,
Cass' Hotel, 'os to bi eqtWaiky%y NfUl
or South. The patronage of the public I
Reatst dflst -erdkyt 6 0j
" per - iponth as may
agred on. JOSEPH PURCELL,
feb 'O6-t ,2 - Proprieqv.
MoCRIG1TVGIN SOP,
ESTALISHD I, 1800.
QINS made and repaired. Also, the fa
U mous
McCREIGiT REVER0 GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC UUIAL CASES,
anew and neat pattern on hand.
aug 21-6muo
TIN WARE ! TIN WARE !!
A AREand varie-A assortment of the
LAbest 99yhome inad~e Tin Ware, on
hbaand for dale low. M A4E O
cot 18-tf
THE BEQOGNIZED 8PECIALITIES OP
- OUR DAY.
'sf W UfgbeEtJsoksen, fbrme6rly ofLp
on, Robert Herbert, Mi.. D., frona Philadel
ha,.aldd . Eutgene Velpeau, forpnerly 9f
te London and Paris Venereal Hiespitals.
Permsanent and speedy onresguarantae'd of
4Qonorrhea, 8yphillis, Giese, 8permatorrhosa
S elf-Abuse, and of every7 possibl. ,form
~toe disase Qf every name or nature
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No Dall News Building,
co9,d'Qty Ha1J8qigrp4 Y, CTty.
PUtggargagg a pgaR3.9@i a, Q,a
JYr .$ M.' Bh@W#
ber.,t$d. Ad isat~ pet square.g Bra
inei $1.80; .e~s gua ssee.
oflse)o6iifbet ned until-'Wm
bid, and okawped acoordipgly.
eat 248ag
Qd S4g to a New Tuge
erb 1866. 4
From their hol, come !NI
And Mice end Rate,.
a 'eevf Catou.
Gaily sk p about.
"18 years established in N. Y. Cit
"Only infallible remedies w .1
"Free fron4osons.1
"Not dangerous to the Humn Pamily."'
"Rats come out of their holes to dia"
"Coater'a" Blat, Rtkae. re.. EZI
ter',
Is a paste-used for Rai, kies, Roachei,
Black andRed 4nt,' &o., &6., &Od. e.
"Cooter's" -e4.e kxersalssw
ter.
Is-a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as -preventive for Bd-dBugs, &e.
t'ostar's"Electrie Powder 1 -
h for 1oths, ibiquitoes, Fieas, Bed-.Rugs
Insects on Platts, 'owle, Animals, &o. -
-! 11 BAWAZZ I! -Iof' all wrthIese.
a-"CosusA's" name is om.
eo Box, Bottle, and Flask, befoe buy..
M Addre", ME art .Coe9 ,
484 Ureidway, N. T..
sold
By- -
Drrlsegsts and Retailers everywhere,
2h.. Brne, Ward & Co., New Orleans,.
1866.
1IJCRU AOE OF , RATS.-The Parmer'
QasXte (Zoglish asserte and proves by Ig
ures that one pai of RATS will have a pro
eny and deeendants no less than 6,050o
in three ye to. Now, unless this immens4
family can be kept dowi, they would. eon
sum mot e food than woufd alstain 66,006
human beings.
Beo8.."Cosua's"advertisement above..
iAt8 veerssDs.-Whever engages
in shooliag email birds is a creel man.: who
ev aids inetermnating rats # a benefao
e shouldolite some one to give at
"lnefit of their experieae is drieig
t'these psta We need softhedAing be
si4 do4s ald tpp for this busia*es..
s'a" dverthiement above.
1~. 8660
A"COSTAW'"RAT EXTERMINATOR Ids
simple. sae and iture-the most 'perrecto
RA T-ifcation ppeeiisg we have ever end4
tRv.eny. Rat that an .got . ,it,,poperly
rtapa'ed,'will eat It, and every one hat
at It-wi die, geogrally at some i place a a.
idstant as posible from were it was lakerr.
I.Lke Shore. MichA. 35irror.
ee"Cosra's "advertisemnn abot.e
* ~ 1866..
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with,
need be so no longer, if they use **CosTaa'
(Uepinaoa' Wghb,s 4it eour satis
raction ; and if a box eostP,* woul4haves
I4. We ha!. tfied pofpope, bug Ibey etee;4
nothing; but- "Cosit's" article kgoe
breath eat of Rats, Mile, Rosehgus, Aa
and Bed4-Bgs quickee than we can *IteWr
J31, ic nn all oers the eusry
~.See "C oSTa's" adsrtisemmnttbt e
Aua
~ty i W
I sould reoUsot that hu* e~durb
hew#i u
See e t la see

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