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EST ABIR.n3
Impori., a snic
MiLLINERY, 8TAWo
AW4D
North-cast corner Metting ant Market suq
0HARLESTON, 8. O
NVITE the Trade to exa ther
and varied assortment o7nethb
Bonnets and Hats, trimmed sal tri
med, -
Ribbons, of alt desp*i4sg'
Flower#, Feathers, bress Cape,
Nets, Veils, of dowest deuil ,
Ruehes, Laces, Crepe, eic".
Corsets, Skirts,-&d., &c. eet96m
EXTENSIVE XMTOO1
OF
AT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. AT
g0 219 LIM ST,, CUBELIM N, 0, -
OW opening-one of the Oest assorted
Stook of Fall wind Winter Clothisg, of
%red in matry years, all qualities from thi
rowest grdes te the fest Pabis, all' gt,
;en up expresslr fot thiS rlet, b . ond
ef the large$rs lant Reusei the
eountry. Alae;a ul AAsortaesk of
GiUIS FUMVEING G00OOB,
A2d a PSge stock of
forefsa /Maerlew ttt and M t
01mrs * Usslg,
which will be we& up to orderla the best
styles, undet th# sW@ of 6 firstei
CUr7B FrOm EUPIL
A Liberal Discount made to Deeirs.
Plantation Clothing for lree" , from
Orey EngliahKarsey.
3. W. 'TUSUOUN, WA TMressaom,
Superintendant. . gnt,
oct 9-8m
His SMPORIUM Of
FANCY GOODS, TOMl, VOL4G, BAI
FRENCH 0ONFET1ONARY,
AND
AT
290 KING ATNEET
(Three doors below WatWorth.)
TowSANT o s fAriAAi
F STABbl8IIEID in the year 1961, in tMs
j city, has opened, for the IAspetion of
the public, the moot Splendid Assortment of
Toys, Dolls, Games Cninn. oilet Goodu,
beautiful Mantleplece Orwaments, Lades'
Work-Boxes, Jewel Cases, As., French Con
foctionary, Fireworkf Ae,, suitable for
Presents for the coming Molidays, such as
are not to be found in any other establish
ment in the South, ad t6 whiah the 'pro.
prietor respectfully sollolte attention.
Accordeons, Psimcik%v, Fortemonnales,
Bags, Dosles,(Qambe,9rp,-Pi1lsfmy
Pipes and Tobacco, Reersn Oil ahi
Lamps in the Greatest Vinriety,.Ac.
A liberal djsomnnt will- be sade~ on mlM
goods sold to dealers, and
eent be putcosed in $6, $10, $20, $80 and
$100 lots, put up to suit the nogatry trade.
All packages are put up with oars, and
will be.sent, per ezpfesA te aby' sdifess
upon receipt of Cash, or 0. 0. D.
FitBED.VYON SANTEN, Propeete.
M. W. GAL, W. N. DamtS, 0.0o. nosadolw.
BR-W GALE & O00.
45 and 48 WERTWORTN STREET,
ateo/k6lWif VOs
Robimues &mSoa'
LEAle5 1/ G.
resprices. ost 9-4m
PHOTOGRAPH GAI.ERY,
Li up fall 1R 6 ##ke it he
highoi $o(~ o Doe
age p
dotRs qun AsND onC- sfti.
0 0 o1; J A ,& t W N.:U., .ef o
O,- W, a a. 5. PIf1II0, te ri*tn,
Wk lMiendlia ddAbLW bf 4 ..401a ba
L . t enf" 4Iobe 1 SOLd
stem t a be en eolel t IandM
04 . hou. This Notel oontd*t
s" 4hun ed rooms, which will -e- IV
dhIety for the use of travealt and
gest. Competent titan.
have been secured in every depavses&t,
every attentioa will be paid to ensre oom.
*111 be a p wit, h he fere k4a
ket ae z tts Will e be
F tor thej
at sead Ortola
Is anhot 't~ the
ziuries of a-drst-dw b011, ebied
#ith the 1wmfrts of honm. T66he9tfleki
fnely adapted for business men A tmel
er.No aisor expense will be eae
to giveostir dsrdb&.
sept 10-2m
G,s W. Wil.TAN 004,
CRUICK IT,, M 1188594, S. C.
WILIAS, TAYW9g A 00.
NEW YORK.
Liberal cash advances will be tisde on Cot
ton consignd to either house.
oot- 4-2m
F. liOIRStY,
avcrowo TO
' 41te" & 90,
kTS, CA IND swati* sook
J.'. 26 NAk Ar",
O0A*LEM1t'Mb, 8. 0.
ept.li-a
FACTIM . IMI MIM.-W&ABF,
CHARLESTON, 4
Give their att00 t- the
GAND11O WSpLik M'61T
el adv*%o .n4e oi .o meate
wept 6-1aw*s
NE W P f?tX0O:' ORD
DUI .1, OODS
CJaMtemeO! RotJE,
JOA& AM &O
28 X*g .,8 doMVA -WisMtetr
W hove so.a en*a
a"of 'tp%m &s a"l
ftech iand .APmerleai wb are oi
most desirable sWes t*marete q= aftd,
To,planters frbing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, out
wholesale rooms offer every induceant.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This beinga busy season with the- per
and Oe b t v"tttheity, OVer9 "-.
eofabl=d *Ity 1e-rene it bat
with prompt attention.
N. D. P l rith prloe lists, sent t
ap of th uie stook isoies
I" fts ,ad"W
SkIrting, 6 b aZ1W i!es
andSt~p~dglu RdeIs.Bleeied
and Brown Drills, Blak French Broad
cloths. Hcetp'y and Ioves, Irish Linen by
the-pice. Towels, oweliegg., Linen Dana
sek all quake, Calloq al qualitie,
Sdoteka Gifegham., Sp ilDke and Black
Silks, Clyt in, te very variet,
Fine ~renob I~I.~ Whit.epd: Pak
Goods, Farmer Brown Linen I)usk Farm.
era' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Cottonades.
as tqebe found
All Domesto: Gods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' priese.
We would respectflally call the astitecn
of the Pbnatere,. Merchants, and the cii.
sens gennRy of Faiaeld DEuvdes, to our
adyeteestsad~ solicit a ewli *Woa them
should:they 9s0( the oity.
- mws WUS iQ
Weo. WV Wiqi..,-#5dwwgbequwest
*~C STOLL tn,s. c
e istms 6is
*.E.-&AL US TOII, . .
tar'e 6 y ra
6 ir brna Qus seeft su Nobtab
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''WEEKLY I
RECORD.
A ranny IlatawL
t,.L MOOD 1V. & *MD, ibasris *"'e.
Kachiny Oil
fDRAN-0f6 erusese . OGnentrated
.T. , Chrme Green, -arpent i.e Soap,
Lamp Ilack. Venetian Red and Parlor
Matohes. For sale by
KETCHIN, MoMA8TER & Co.
Wept 1---t f.
THE RE000NIZB5 SPUCIALITIBS OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don, Robett lerbert, M, D.; from Philadel
phia, and- Dr. lug... Velpeau, formerly of
the I,ondon and Pits '9enereal. Hospitals.
Permanent.and spd cures guaranteed of
Gonorre,,8yphIlie, Gleet, 8permaterrhoaa
omSefke ad. of ever pwele form
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o4*~dr all 1rregulrties and obetrwae
hatMe er cause, D'r. Jaokcsn'g
r at I Jnme.t, Mprer bot
e a.Geisine Uree
k* $1. It, fe'4,12 for $7. Seind for eir
esta4 y*,ou will peo:up0y reesive
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Am Old Sog, st to a New Tu
er 1866.
A Asepring approacher
Ant and Roaches
Arom 1A,- hnrek -.e,
And Mice anQ' Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
.NATOR3.
"18'ears establidhied in N. Y. City."
"ly iafallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
6Conterta"' Ant, Roach, &c.. lxa
ter's,
Is a pdMte!-fd for Rdt1, Afce, Roaches,
Bla6f and Red Ants, &c., &o., &c., &o.
"Coster's" Red-Bug ExterAinua
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive. for Bed-Bugs, &c.
#$Costar's" Electric Powder for'
Is for Moth*, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
In8ects on Plant8, Fotels, Animals, &0.
SJW- I II- kWAAN I I ! of all worthless
imitation.
SW See that "COaRAa's" name I@ OU'
each Box, lottle, and 11ask, before you buy.
Ai- Alldress, INRYR. COSTAR,
484 Uroadfway, N. Y.
All tiugists and Retilerk everywhere
South. Daiies, W01d-&-Co.,-NeW'Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCREABF dF RATS.-Tfib fArmer
Gasette (English) asserfs Ad proves by fig
ures t hat one pair of RATHYil)ate a pro!
geny and decendants no less- than" 6t1,050
in threeiyrg.' Now, unless thininimeuse'
family can be kept down, they' wotild con
sume more food4han would sustaid'8f,0001
human being4.
See "Cos1ra's"advertiSement above'
1866.
RATS versus BIR-DS.--Whoever engs ea
in shooting small birds is a crnel man; 0
ever aids in exterminating rate is a beneWh
tor. We should like some one to give uj
the benefit of their experience in driving
out these posts We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this -busineMw.
--,Veientic American. N. .
' 3.. See "CosTAa's" advertisement above.
18666.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR ls
im pIe, safe and ture--the most perfect.
RA T-ification meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat, tha, can get it, properly
prepred, will eat it, and every one that,
eatnit willdie, enerally at some plaae a
dislat as pwere t, wa taken.
--Lake BA ore, MicA , Mirror.
IS See "Cosra's" advertisement above
186G.
IIOUSEMEEPERS troubled with verwli
need be sodo longor, if they use "CosTAn's"'
Exterminator. Wehuave used it, to our satis
faction ; anti' if a box ecst $5, we would haave
it. We baye tp'iedl poiisons, butt they 90'eoted~
nothing ; but "Coetar's" artiefe knnqks the
breath out of Rais, 3Mi0o, Roaches, Ants,
and B3ed-Dugs, quicker than we can wrltt it.
It is ha great demand all ever the country.
-US.See "UcstAa's''advertisement above
1 868,
A VOICE PROM.T~IlE FAR WEST.
Speaking of "Cosvar.'s"' 1Rt, Roech, Ant a
&o., Extermninator-u.mae6grain and
visions ar j1irg aud~n
of tit14&87 Iqsect ..4u41e*i
1."Seeas"dverstest,tbdv.
FAM40 NS OUEBPEks&e
should rewolle# 'thet hundrede f d4llare
worth or Gr'a5f, Provisionse &ql,,- are' a.
nually'destroyred byRats, Mice,' A*tir, ani
other insets and vertin-all of1which. -.at
be prevented by a few 4ollars" worth' of
"CosTa'',Rat, Roach,. AOl, &%.; E e t
msina$or, bqisght, and used fNeely.
8 "osTApi's" advertiseesVa b a -
- A e ggials .nd ealers wqyywIce
thePopah.ea r
IA RNRa, ARD fa ro,~

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