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- 'ESTABTmm 180
I.petet Urn30iers
MIUM
MILLANERY, STRAW,
AND
North-oet ceraer eeting asd Markeigts,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 NVIT1 the Tade to examine their fall
and varied assort ment of
Bonnets and nats, .triuse4k and u6trim
mod,
Ribbons, of all degoriptions,
Flowers, Feathers, Drese Cape.
Nets, Veils, of newest designs,
Ruohes, Laces, Crapes, Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &a., &o. oat 9'6m
SA3qrTA CLAs
R AnQUART.RS, I
all RKrttim or
FINCT. GOD, TUS, DOLL, GANU
FRENCH CONFECTIONARL,
AND
AT
o90 KING #EET,
(Thrao doors below Wentworth.)
O-9631ABSTOMP Be 00
YON UANTEN'S BAZAARk..
STABLI&8JED in the year 1851, in this
I city, has opened, for the inspection of
the publio, the most, Spledd Aesortment of
Toys, Dolls, 0smes% China Toilet Goods,
beautiful Mentleplece rnamenks, Ladies'
Wook-Boxes. Jewel Cases, &e., French Con.
ic.ioaary, Fireworks, ke., suitable for
. FaVeets for the ooming 1Ildays, such as
ae not to be found in any other establish.
ment in the South, and Wo whish the pro
,prietor respeetfally selfots aiteation.
Accordeons, larmontones Ptlemonnaies,
Bags, Beads, Comls, Brshe, ?erniery,
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene Oil and
Lamps in the Ureatest Vuriety, '&o.
A liberal discount *111 be made on all
goods sold' to.deaAers, aM
TOS AND FIREWORKS
can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, $60 and
$100 lots, put, up to suit the conetry trade.
All packages ara put, up with care, and
will be sent, V&r express, to any address
upon receipt ef' 'b. or d.. o.,D.
F4tBDj VON SANT1N0 Proprietor.
oot. 9-M..
or.
AT
WIOL1!ALE AND REMAIL
AT
NO, II KING T-,,, CHAULEU N, 8, C,
N OW opening one of the best assorted
Stock of Fall and Winces Clothing, of
fered in mAny years, all qnalitles from the
lowest grades to the inest Fabrics, all 'ot
ton up expressly for this Market, by one
of the largest Manufacturing Houses in the
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING 000E.
And a large stock of
Foreig and Amerleap Cloths, and Cai
limers and Testi2g,
which will be made up to order iin the best
styles, dader the care of a first class
CUTTFaR FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, flrom
Grey Etoglish Kersey.
9. W. M'TU53oU5, Was NATNI5ssoN,
* Superintendant. .Agent.
oct 9-3m
". W. O&634 V.. es.I,aUT, 0. *.. enJNeos.
R. We.ALE &O0.,
Al- and- 4 WU?TNSITR 8TBlBT,
* DB,4.RLM1TON, 8. C.,
DEA5,ERa JN
4arrages, Jugges Hres, &c.
ALSO1 A(1JNT4 OB,
. Robinson & Sons'
S'atent Birntehed. Cismented and Larsted
LEATIIB% BLTING.
~,U8LU and 6I ,soarisig ll dgera
4Jble widths 5ss~fIwarranted te
wperfetsatetlem andaold at saa.
tgrets prices. ..et 9--m
JJ N.QLL'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
1. 3, e0L lI3G& 3*33T SW,,
01 7aIN, s. C.
I,ikene lake. la t
UMaMUMm bA"ovi% , M l
'he Madfl~ on the SL~
Ab ZEver.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Irv
"'DIOT.A.TOE,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS . CXIT)U ER
W ILL SAIL FROM ADOBR'8 WIIARY
FOR TilE ABOVE NAMED PLACES
every Saturday, at 84o'oleek, P. M., until
furtber orders.
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Office of the Agency, No. 17 Van
derhora's Wharf.
sept 29-ifJ. D. AIKEN & GO., Agents.
. PLANTERS' HOTEL,
CoBNKR QUWFN AND OtUnCtIsTR9ET6,
CIARLESTO, S. C..
C. W. 4. 1. B, DRNNIS, Proprietors.
T IlI splendid HOTEL will be opened or
the Ist of October, on the European
system- I6 has been remodelled and refur
nished throughout. This lotol containi
ever one htindred rooms, which will be ro
.served chiely for the use of travellers and
transient guests. Competent assistantA
have been secured in every depnrtment, And
every attention will be paid to ensure com
fort to tbelr 6ustomers. The tleeping
rooms are iviry and clean. Tite resturan
will be supplied with the hent fare the mar,
ket affords. 1portews will always be readj
to attend etch 4rtival And departure o
trains. The travelling public, transien
visitors and others, will find in it all tht
luxuries of a first-easa house combine<
with the comforts of houve. The location ii
finely adapted for business men and travel
lers. No pains or exofenso will be pare<
to give enf ire sat isfact ion.
sept 18. 2mn
G. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
'EAOTO:EI.,
(MURCIIA T., CHA1L1STON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
saZW YOWr.
Liberal 'aah 4vaneelwil be e.as-on ot
tot consigt tibitidt se.
ootk 4-2m
I. ..BAGGET, & CO.
FACTO, 10 ACCORIJU1afN f"WIAP
CHARLESTON, t. 0
Give their attention exolusively to th
-sale of
LONG ANDY8IIORT STAPL19 CeTTON
Libeal advafces mad. on 0onsignmenti
IUCC.88R TO
Horsy, -A'em & Co.,
11TE, CMs AND STWs GOODS,
NO, 2r 11AYYE STRRE7,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sept 18-1m
8hedule overv the South Carolina S. I.
GENER AL SUJPtTs OFFICE,
CHAEzaEsTONt, S..C.,SoIs. 11.
AN and after 8unday, September 28sil thi
JPasenger Trains of tii k-oad will rut
the following sebedule:::
A UoUs'1 TRA 3N.
Leave Charleston l.6
Arrive at Augusta, --8.00
Leave Austusta, . 4.80
Arrive at Claarleston. 1.00 y m
Leave.Cbqrlestot, - ni
Arrive at Uolumbia,
LeiveColuni, 10.40aui
Arrive nt Ohaleton, 7.20 p. m.
set H-tI. T. PEAKCE,.0Oen'l Sup't,
d -Polities and Newsy
I ~,A1asily.ieras1,
IN ONE M A WOTH EET,
. aisi elss Weltrmesisatheae
Machinery O0i,
T'MN OI 15e e atte4
Ma eis. r'~RtM i?U&
inp alwto .aag
essa ,4t
piEWSPAING809D
DRY 900D8
CHARLFATON 'HOUaE,
6T=14 WEB A 00.s
MAMMROFT's OLD STANDe
287 ing At., 8 doors Below Wenttorth
E have now opened a aplidid
;relStock of Spring Goods, Znglish,
Prenob and American, which are of the
oft d6sirable styles'the market, can afford,
o planters flurnishing the Freedmen eithem
o' clothingor f9r batter with them, out
wholesale rooms offer every inducement,
Plantation goods in every variety.
Tiis being a busy season with the plesi
and he not able to visit the city, ordevs so.
comp0hied.with oity reference *111 meel
with ptompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price'iets,, seat Itc
any part of ihe State. Our stock censisto
in pKr of- --
Wh,rm* Oanaburgh.- 8Atried naburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Denias. Heavy 1rq*
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleaohed ShIrtings, 1iehed and browr
Shirtings, 6.4, 9-4, .10-4, 12-4 Plaid Blut
and Stripped Blue .1omespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black Frencli Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, frish Linen bj
the piece, ,Towels, Towelings, Linen Vam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all quaHitA
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghms, Fin
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Bilks and Blao
Silks, Colored Mushus, .I every variety,
Fine French Muslins, While and Blac
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm,
era' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills ant
Cottonados.
- Toelther with every variety to be fount
nour line; which we offer at,
WIIOLESALVAND RICTA1I,
All Docaestie Goods- are sold at a verj
smell advenee on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attentiot
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi
xens generally of Fairbeld District, to oni
advertisement. and solicit a call from them
should they visit the olty.
STOLL. WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Weatwortl
Charleston, 8. C.
I. 0. STOL L, ftarleslon
CH A RLES WEBB,
It. 0. WALKER.,
Jan 18'U6-Iyr
MILIMS iOUME,
Corner Queen and Neeting Streetm,
CHARZEST'W,- S. 0
HIS POPUAR AND WELI
I." -KNOWN HOUSE is now fully opml
for tho reception o(Aiitors, havingj beei
refurnished with 1* and Elegant Furni
ture throughout; aiVoffers to thetfatvelld
0acon,modations an nyen6nees a Firs
Class Hotel, not to hy any Nortl
or South. ,The patropge of the public I
respectfully solicited.
Rates of Board per day, 40
" 4 " per month as may
agreed an. JOSEPH IM'RCM,L,
feb 24'66-itt , Proprietor.
MoCREIGHTS GIN sHOP,
ISTABLISD IM 1800.
GINS made and repaired. Also, the ft
mous
NeCIGIT REBERO' I? MIL,
FISjVS METALLIC..BURiiL CA89',
a new and neat, pattern on hand.
aug 21-.fano
A Li RGE and variei Essuost:Aentof, th
* ibest heavy home made Tin Ware, o
handiand fbr sate low.
KETCHIN, MIMASTER & g.O.
oct 18-ti'
1iB MtEGOGNkZND 'N aL OJ
OUR~ DAT.
*Prof. Egbort Jackson, fermerly of. (,on
don, iRolert flerbert, M1. 'I., from liiladel
phia, and Dr. Eugene Velpeaw, formerlyo
the London and Paris Veatereel Hospital.
Permanent and speedy cures gnatanteed- o
Gonorrhea, Syph:is, Gleet, 8permatorrhcee
or Self-A buse, and of every possible form
of private.4Isease of evety; tmse er asturt
whatsoever.
Dr. lIerbert's.inui-Alchollo Conspound
an unfailing remnedy for inteusperanoe; wrrit<
for particulars.
ulistain of ,Ight, 800 pages, 100 plates
per ox, extra fne $5,. a(s -4efeetnu
remedy, for All hrregulerIst an4obetrue
tions, from whatever qase, )r. ,)aekson'
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er~ da
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ber, 4) jrz;'y Jotls to ba know a as the
It will contain eight Page of $ne paper
and clear type, and will ,j& when bound,
a volume of peredanent v..*
Whe containing all the latest religions
intpoov from the hurches at )ome and
abro I will also contain a weekly digest
of-solial, mercantile and politic. intelli.
gence, as welleas general Information on
literary, scientific and agrieullural subjects,
making a jourtal acceptable to the city and
couniry reader.
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as agents and reeAng subsrpLionk, wil
be entitled t,o a copy.
TaRs.
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oct 24'5.
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A will naearally loo% ft-the interest of
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Propristors,
.No. 18 Ilayne St. i0harleston, 8. C.
oct 24'66
r The wMerPanVs Iper.
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Ii l0t. WQ0JD,
p o 10, Cli 1U W 1m*. CT;y,
oct, 24'88
lfesams wauzsT At b3IdaW#90s, 5. 0.,
berm, H0 Adve w.n 0 , p
wit be fat nul untl patd or, andb
charged soeordiagly. Te(aseet advertise.
mneuts must bie paid for in advance. Adver.
tisements not misvkd~fd# 'atdIM0 rb
of insettlen
bkt,'1h44aeseeag.
A OM Sog, set to a Nw Tant
1866. .
"As sprng approei" ee
Ants and Rouchee
Mar hols #.me ou,
. An MWie and Rate,
iht of cal.
(Mlyskb about."
"18i i es(ablished in N. V. C'ity.
",On ifA41lible romwedles known.'
"Frewi om ro%irt:"
"No d'augerous to Ne, Human Family.10
"Nas 4ome out of their holes to die."
"Joeera"' Ra, eosel, Ae.. Eser
Is a Maste-used for Bai, Min, Roache,
Blaek and Rod Ans,-&c., &e., &o., &a.
"Voster'%" Dd-Dug Eutsataeam
11 a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive fbr BedBus, &e.
"Costar'r" E1ectric Powjer f'sr
I m"ects
Is for Moths, Moqtoesi, Plea.,' Bed-Beap,
Insects on PAti, Fowls, Animals, &a.
jW- 1 1 1 BNwAas I I I of all worthless'
umit ation..
AW See that "CoNaA'" name is oe
each Ho3. Bottle, and Vlask-before you buy.
g'Address, g g (gA,
roed a y, N. Y.
- Sold
.g~ By
All Drugists and Retailers everywheme
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleasm,.
ba.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATG.-The Fairet',
Gazelt.(nglish amserts and proves by fig
ures that one pai tof AAT8 will have a pro.
ny and derondants no less than otil,060
in nhree yet rs. Now, unless this immense
family con be kept dowe.,t4R would con
Pume moi e f,od t1ad would atain 66,000
human beings. '
SW 8ee "UosTAR's"advertisemont above.
1866.
RATS weraw DIRD8..-Whoever engAges
in "1oo1ing small birdl Ii a cruel nuin : who
ever a,da IU esrminating rats is a benet%..'
tor. We *Pho*ld like slime one to give ui
tile benefit 6f their experience in driviug
out, three pests We need something be
sides dogs, cat, aid (rapo for this businem.
-&eien1$c Anserican. N. .
B..8ee 'CosTA 's"'merertisement above.
1866.'
-COSTAR'8" RAT XXTEMWINATOL is
siml e, safe and Sure-the most perfket
RiGA ieation tnepting we bav ever attend
04. ety a ,as. can get It, -properly
prepared. will eat 11. and - etery one 1hat
enit it *ill diei #Oieraly at somte place as
distant as possble from were at w40 takes.
Lvke Shorte. i4, Mirror.
AW See "Cos&Aa's"adveriieent aboy*
1866.
IlOUSEKRt1R8.tyQubled with vermia
need boaso no.ivunr. ff they use '('oe-ma'es"
Exterainat,. Wehave use4 it, to our seatiS
faction; ande if a box cost, *e would have
it. WYe have trised poisons, lit 'iy e'ect ed
nothing;;. Ru6 "Cost ar's" artele knoeks the
breath out of Rats, *ic , Roaches, Ante,
tand Bed-Bugs, quic. .jhn we esa tIte It.
Itikiihwe desnu l over the o'ntry.
-- nda, Ohio, Gauugis..
See. "U eeTAa's"advertise,neRt aboee
A VOICE FROM THES FAR M~
Speak' g'ef ''CoelrAz'? 'R 4
&o., Extestin SbLs4 4 n
visions are td '~muly5 r
~Conmyb vermia, Ih oulaad e 'A 1
~Se"CohTsmd'e'!4 emeV
P%#MERS AND IIO00EKRPEttto -
skon1tles.eqet tItat bueadrede of 46)hit
worth ef aL'sa Pmaisem ,9., are en ~
msydestewpdlt 5t. i,Ante, and
etes inseew. auSnd ',lNMeh- e.g
be prmve4 y.d lIVwre. ed
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