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LENGNIC & SELL,
Iniporters md kellers
Nortil-cost corner Meeting and Mlarket Sts.)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
-i. VITE the Trado to examine their full
. and varied assortment of
Bonnets and Hats, trimed and untrim
Ribbons, of all descriptions,
Flowers, Feathers, Dross Cup9;
Nets, Veils, of newest designs,
11uches, Lacos, Crapes, Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &o., &o. oct 9-Gm
4t73..sO T 3'E3" T1'DiC-,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 219 KING ST., CIHARLESTON, S. C.
NOW opening one of the best assorted
Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of.
fered in many years, all gtalities from the
'owest grades to tho finest Fabrics, all got.
.n tip expressly for this Markel, by one
of the largest Manufacturing Ilotises in the
country. Also, a Kull Assortment of
GEN'tS FURrISlHNG GOODS.
And a largo stock of
Foreign and Amerigin Cloths, and Cas
sillers aind Vcstingsf
-which will bo made up to order in the best
yles, under the care of a first class
CUTTRE FROM11 EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, from
cy English Kersey.
W. AM'TUItSOUs, WM MATtES0N,
Superint endant. Agent.
)ct 9 -8m
HEAD QUARTERS, j
nrs EMPORIUM or
CY COODS, TOYS, POLLS, GA91ES
290 KING STRIEET,
(Three doori below Wentworth.)
CHARLESTON, S. C,
:VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
jfSTAILBlS1ED in the year 1851, in this
.-l -city, has opened, for the inspection of
I lie public, lic most Splendid Assortment of
Toys, Dolls, Games, China Toilet ood,
beautiful Mantlepiece Ornaments, Ladies'
Vork.Botes, .Wrol Cases, &c., French Con
fbe'ionary, Fireworks, &c., suitable foi
l'resents for the coming Holidays, such as
are not to be found in any other establish
nettt in the South, and to which the pro
prietor respetfully solicits attention.
AccoYdcons, Harmonicas, Portemonnaies,
Bags, Beads, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery,
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene Oil and
Latmps in the Oreatest Variety, &o.
A liberal discount will be made on all
'goods sold to deaiers, and. -
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
nan.be purohased in $5, $10, $20, $50 and
$100 lots, put up to suit the country tra:de.
All paekages are put.,ip with cairo, -and
. will be sent, per expresas, to sai address
upon reoeipt of Cash, ot- C. 0. Da
FRED. VdN SANTEN, Proprietor.
I. W. GALE, w. ir. nELLAMY, 0. 0. ROBINaoN.
R. W. GALE & 00.,
45 and 48 ,WENTWORTII STREET,
CHIARLEiSTON, 5. C.,
Carriages, Buggies, IHarnsess, &c.
ALSO, ACENts FOR
A Robinsorn &, Sons'
inth Stretelled, Cemented amn' Rivited
OUSIMS and Single comprising all desira
ble widths. Every Belt warranted to
give perfeot satisfaation, and sold at mnanue
facturers prIces, .. ot 9-3m
JESR If. BJOLLES'
-16 E..00R, lIIN & MARIET ST'S,
OIJAIILESTON, 8. C. *
Liketseuses of all Kinds taken in the
* highest #*fection of the art.
COUNEIt QUEKN AND' CHUROi 8TREET8,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
C. W, & J. B. DENNIS, Proprietors,
Ti1IS splendid HOTEL will be opened on
the 1st of October, otr the European
system,. It has been remodelled and i'efur
nishod throughout. ThiL Hotel contains
over one hundred rooms, which will be re
served chiefly for tho uso of travellers and
transient guests. Competent assistants
have been secured in every departnent, and
every attention will be paid to ensure com
fort to their customers. The sleeping
rooms ate airy and clean. The rosturntt
will be supklied with the host fare the mar
ket atlords. Porters will always be ready
to attend each arrival and departure of
trains. The travelling public, transient
visitors and others, will find in it all the
luxuries of a first-class house, combined
with the comforts of home. The'location is
finely adapted for business men and travel
lers. No pains or expense will be spared
to givo entire satisfaction.
G. W. WILLIAMS & 0O.,
CIHUlRCiI ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYI.OR & (0.,
Liberal cash advances will be made on Cot
ton consigned to either hodse. .
Horsey, Au' en & Co.,
11ATS, CAPS AND STRA1V GOODS,
NO. 25 H A N" STRI'AT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. H. BAGGET, & CO.,
FACTORIS, 10 ACCOMMODATION WhIARF,
CIARLESTON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libo:a advances made on consigument
sept (;- law3mo
NEWSPRING GU OD
CII ARLI+'J'ON 11O U SI+,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCItFOT'S OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors 3clow Icntworth
W E have now opened at splendid
Stock of Spring' Goods, English,
French and American; which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for baiter with them, uur
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy season with the Ilttnter
and ho not able to visit the city, orders ac
companied witU city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
n part of
Whito Osnaburghs, Striped Osttahurgr,
'Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Bro%r'
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtinge,
lleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirlings, 6.4, 0.4, 10-4, "12 4 Plaid Blue
apd Stripped Blue lonespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and (loves, Irish Linen by
the piece. Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dr-ess Goods8, Domestic Girnghmams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in, every varidty,
Fine French Mumslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Drown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fanicy Drills anid
Together with every variety to be found
n our line ; which we offer at
-WItOLI-SA LN AND RKTAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at. a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
Wecwoutld respectfully call tho at tention
of the Planters, Merchants, andl tire citia
sons generally of Fairfield Dist rict, to oumr
advertisetment, and solicit a call fronm thren
should they visit the city.
No. 287 .ST1OLL, WVEliB & Co.,
N.27King St., 8 doors below Wentworth.
Charleston, 8. C.
H[ C. STlOLL,, Charleston,
CIIALhES WEBB, '
Corner Quee'n and Metting Streets,
CURA RL E STO0N, 8, C.
TpHIS POPUJLAR AND WEIb
L KNOW N HOUSE~ is now fully open
for tire reception of visitors, havinmg been
refunrnished whm New and Elegant Furnil
lure throughout; and offers to tire traveller
accommnogjations ad conveniences as a First
Class Hotel, not to bo equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the public Is
R ate's of Board per day, $4 0-'
'I "~ per month as may'
agreed on. JOSEPHl PURtCE[L,
feb 24'06-.-tt -lPropriotor.
CAN BlE DONE ALL KINDS OF
. JOB WORK,
IN TIE NEATEST STYLES AND
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great inducements to
the Advertising Public.
VIcCREIGHTIS GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 180Q.
U (1INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
McCREIGIIT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a now and neat pattern on hand.
- Polities and News,
A Family JournaL
cfAta aaoxI, a.o.
$4 par Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Haviug the largest country olreulation inthe State
FP A. MOOD & U. S. BIRD, Editors & Prop's.
RATN OIL, Ketoseno Oil. Concentrated
Ly',. Chromo Green, Turpentine Sog
Lamp Black. Venetian Ied' and' Parlor
Mathes. For sale by
KETCIIIN, McMASTER & CO.
O restegt Wedicat Cirgakr
.Mitftiten'4 large .
-letter pagee for two
- centi seapg,
TIIlE RE~OGN IZED SPECIA LITIES OF
Prof. Egbert Jlackson, formerly of Lon
don,. Rort lierbert, M. D)., from Philad'el
phia, and Dr. Eugeno Yelpeau, formerly of
tho London am.d Paris Venereal Nospuitals.
Permanent and speedy cures guaranteeda of'
Gonorrhea, Syphmillis, Gleet, Spermnet orriaca
or Seltf-Abuse, mid of every possiblo form
of private dignaso of ov'ery nanmo or nature
Dr. 1 lorber-t's Anti1-Alooholia Compoun d,
an unfailing re'nedy for lnteomperance; write
*Mountain of LIght, 300 pages, 100 plates,
50 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's F7emale Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $6, a safo and effectuoul
remedy, for all irregulaiitles andl obstruo
tions, AVom what ever cause. Dr. Jacoksoni's
Oriental lnvigorathig Liniment, $2 per bot
tle. Bend for circular. Genuine Fronoh
Su'r'g $1, 6 for $ 1,12 fat'$7. Senul for cir
cular andl write, you will promptly receive
a kind. diascreot and explicit answer. Ad
dress Drs. Jackson, Ierbert & Co., or sim
ply P. 0. Box 486, Cincinnati. Ohio. Office
Neo. 1417 Sycamore Street. Mediolnes andI
instrulctions sent to any part of the. country
TIN WAIbE! TiN WAR~E!!
ALARGE and varlo:i mssortment of the
A besth heavy hosto maile Tin War-e, on
hand,,and for siale low. .
KETCIlIN, MoMASTER & CO.
- tPROBPE .TUS
T1E dubeoribets will cormen4p in the
City of Charleston, early in Novem
ber, a Famill' Journal, to bb Utoltil as. the
It. will contain eight pages of fine paper
Mnd clear type, andwill make when bound,
a volume of pernanent valu6.
While containing all the latest tdligious
intelligence from the Churches at home and
abroad, it will-also contain a weekly digest
of social, mercantile and political intelli
gence, as well as general information on
literary, soettific and agricultural subjects,
making a journal acceptable to the city and
Ministers throughout the South, acting
as gents and receiving subscriptions, will
be entitled to a copy.
For one copy for six months, $2 00
For one copy. for one yete, 4 00
For ten copies to one address, for six
umouths, $16 00
l'or ten copies to one address, for one
year, 80 00
All subscriptions to date from the first of
to month in which received.
One squaro $2 00; every subsequent in
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable terms.
U. S. ItIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address "Weekly Record," Keyllox No. 8.
The Cliarleston Daily 1News.
A S native Carolinians. the publishers
1 will naturally look to the interest of
their own State, and to that of the South:
and as citizens of the United States they will
not. ho wanting, in the proper amount of de
votion and respect. for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made to make
the DA II.Y NE WS a firdt, class newspaper,
and in every way worthy of the patronage
of the public.
Our terns, for the pfesent, will be at the
rate of $10 per annura. Subscriptions re
ceived for 8, 6 and 1' mot2ths, payable in
Advertising.--One square. ten lines, one
insertion, One D1ol)ar and Fifty Cents.
Each continuation, Seventy-five cents.
Less than a square, Fifteen cents per
line for first insertion ; Ilalf Price for each
Postmasters and others throughout the
country, who may interest themielves in
procuring subscriptions, will be ahowed the
usual per gentage.
CATIICART, MuMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 Ilayne St. Charleston, S. C.
The Wilie .lani's Puper.
THE NEW YORK DAY BOOK.
A FIRST class weekly paper, In favor 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 erpressly for weekly
cire':l.ation, with a careful summary of the
news from all the States; and all parts of
the World, with market Reports, Agricul
tural, Finance, Litoature, &c.
TERMS CASIH-TN ADVANOB.
One copy one year $2 00
Three copies one year 6 60
Five copies one year, and one to the -
getter up ofthe club, ' 10 00
Ten copies one year, and one to the
getter up of the club, 17 00
Twenty copies to one address 80 00
Old subscribers to the Day Book, t'hrough
out, the Southern States, will recbi'e the
value still due them, by notifying tie of
the present postoflice address.
Send for n,specinmen copy, which will be
sent, postage free, on application.
Address. giving postofl'ieo, county atd
State in full.
VAN EYIE, HORTON & CO.,
- No. 1612 Nassau Street, New York.
For- sale by all news dealers in cities and
towns oct 24't65
New Y'ork DnIIy Newsg.
DAT,Y andl . Weekly. The New York
,f Wleekly News, a great family news
paper-1lenjamuin Woodt Proprietor-the
largest., best andi cheapest. paper publish'ed
in New York. Single c'ies, 6 cents; one
copy one year $2; thre.. -:npies one year,
$.5 60; five copies one yv:ir, $8 76;.ten'
copies one year, $17; aiid an extra copy
to any club of ten. Tw ty one copies one
year, $80: the Weekly' Newa is sont to cler
gymcn at $ 00.
?Aiw Yonx DArr,y NEws --To mnail sub
ecribers, $10 per annum ; six months, $6;
paynfents invariably in advance. Specimen
copies of Daily aiid Weakly News sent free.
No 0 iyDaily News Building,
No h0 iylail Square. N. Y. City,
nUitsisH n WEKLY AT DAi:LiNuToN, s. 0.,
BY J.. M. BROWN.
'E R MS of subscription-.To subscribers
on our books, $8.60; to new subset-i
bors, $4. Advertisemoepts per square, first
Insertion, $1.50; each subsequent, Inser
Advertfsemnents not paid for in advance
will be continued until paid for, and be
charged accordingly. T.ranscient adveri ise
ments must be paid for in advance. Adver
tisements not marked for a certain nmber
of insertions, will b,e continued until 'for
bid, and chuarg(ed- aet'dingly,
An Old Song, set to a New T t..
oT 1866. g
.'As spring ajj}tnaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holed come out,
And Alice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip abodst."
"18 years established in 1. Y. City."
"Only infallible retnedies kdo*n."
"Free from Posons."
"Not dangcrou3 td'tho Itihaan Family."
"Rats come 6ut of their holes to die."
"Cosler'n" R t, Roach, &c.. Ex.
Is a paste-used for Rats, Miee, Roaches,
.Black and Red Ants, ao., &c., &c., &o.
"Coster's'" Bed-Bug Eiter tia t
Is a lquid or wash-used to destroy,
atO is a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &o.
"Costa''s" Electric Powder liir
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, led.B:ijs,
Insects on Pl.ants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
b&- ! I I BswARE I I of all worth:lss
ify See that "CosTAn's" uame is' on
each Box, Bottle, and Flnsk, beforc you btiy.
je- Address, HENRY R.COsrAB4
484 tiroadway, N. V_
All Drngists and lIotailers everywhero
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer'r
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig.
tires that one pair of RATS will have r' pro.
geny and decendants no loss than 651,060'
in three yerrs. Now, unless this immense'
family cnn be kept down, they. would con
sume moi e fod than Nould sustain 65,0001
AW' See "CosTa t's"advertisement above.
RATS veraus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in :hooting small birds is a cruel man; who
ever ail in exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give ut
the benelit of their experience in driving.
out. these pests We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this businems.
--Seientijic American, N. Y
t See "CosTAR's" advertisement above.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe and sure-the most perfect
,RAT-ifcation meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prepared, will eat It, and every one that
eats it will die, generally at some place a s
distant as possible from were it was takep.
-Lake Shore. Alich. Mirror.
4r&-See "CosTAR's" advertisement above
HIOUSEKliRpERS troubled with vermni1
need be so no longer, if they use "Cosa's"
Exterminator. Wehavenused it to our satis
faction ; aind If a box cost $6, we would have
It. We have tried poisons, but they effected
nothing ; bitt "Costar's" tirile knocks tho
breatha ot of Rats, Alice, Rloachies, Ants.
and lied-lhugs, quicker tihan we can writelit
It- is in.great demand all over the codntry..
--Mendina, Ohio, Gazette.
$$S,ee "VosTAR's" advertisement abowe
A.VOIcE FROM THE FARL W
Speak ing,of "COSTa n's'I Rat, Ron
&c., Exterminator-.'mnoro grai'i
visIons are destroyed- annualjy
County by vormin, t.ha'n woeita
of this Rat and Insect Xffjr ea
3m.See "CosTAR'S" advertisement above'
FARMEil8 AND HIOU8.ERBPERS
should t eolleet tiaat hundreds - glollars'
worth of ra'n, Provisions,' & 5Kre an -
ntmlly i roye:1 by Rats, Mise, Ants, an d
other insects ant'l vermin.-.alh of whleh ears'
be prevented by a few dollars' worth! of
"Costaa'S'' Rat, Roach, Ant, &e., Exter
milnator, bought and used freely.
3%..8ee "CostaR?s"advertis,eet abov..
All Druggists aud Dealers-everywhere
DARNES, WARD & CO.,
.un -'6y New Orlans, La.