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HEAD QUARTERS, S
v His MPORIUM OF
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOL1S; 0AMI
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
Ch ARLESTON, S. 0,
'' VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
1'STABLISHED in the year 1R51, in fhi
i oity, has opened, for the inspection c
the public, the muost Splendid.Assortment c
Toys, Dolls, Games, China Toilet Goode
beautiful Mantlepleco Ornaments, Ladies
Work-Boxes, Jewel Cases, &c., French Con
feotionary, Fireirorks, &c., suitable fo
Presents for the coming Holidays, such a
are not to be found in any othef' etiablish
tnent in the Sotith, and to whieh the pro
prietor respect fully solicits attention.
Accordeons, Harmonicas, 1ortemennaies
. Bags, Beads, Combs, Brushes, Pert atuery
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene Oil ant
Lamps in the Greatest Variety, &c.
A liberal discount will be made on al
goods sold to dealers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
can be purchased in $5, $10, $20, $50 ant
$100 lots, put up to suit the coufttry trade
All packages arc put up with care, ni
Will be sent, per express, to any addr.
tapon receipt of Cash, or C. 0 t).
FRED. VON SANTEN, Propr'etor.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 219 KING ST., CHARLESTON, S. Ci
OW opening one of the best assortci
Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of
fcred in many years, all qualities from th
'owest grades to the finest Fabrics, all gt.
:en up expressly for this Market, by on
of the largest Manufacturing Houses in tp
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign and Anlerigan Cloths, and Cas"
Sinlers and Vestings,
which will be made up 'o order in the bes
styles, under the care o: c arst class
;UT'ER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to. Dealers.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, from
Grey English Kersey.
B. W. M'TUREOUs, WM MATItIESSON,
It. W. GALE, W. It. BSLLAM4, O. ->. RoBINsoN
R. W, GALE & 00.,
46 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S, C.,
Carriages, Buggies, Harlless, &c
. ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Robinrson &, Sons'
PitenL Stretched. Cemnented and( Rlvitei
fOUBLE and Single comprising all deuira
bIhle widths. Every Belt Warranted ti
give perfect satisfact ion, and sold at mann
facturers prices. oct 9-3m
LENGNIC & SELL,
Imnporitsf anld Dealers
tNorth-east corner Mieeting and Market Sts,
CHARLESTON, 8, C.
1 NVITE the Trade to examine their ful
and varied assort menti of
lBonnets -and Hlats, trinnned and utrim
Ribbons, of all descriptilows,
Flower., Feathers, Dress Cape,
Nets, Veils, of newest desigtns,
Rtuohes, LaGes, Crapes, Silk.,
eorsets, Skirts, &o., &c. ot
JESSE~ I. BOLLE8'
N. E, COR, KtNG& MARKET STS.,
CHIARLESTON, 8. C.
Likenesses of all' 1Cinds t aken in thes
highesi perfection of the art -
CORNER QUEEN AND CHURCH STRENts,
ChJARLE STON, S. C.,
C. W. & ,. B. DENNIS, Proprietorsd
rpHIS splendid IOTEL Will be opened on
. the 1st of October, on the European
system- It has been remodelled and sefur
nished throughout. This Hotel conteins
over one hundred rooms, which will be re
served chiefdy for the use of traveller, and
transient guests. Competent -ssistaids
have been secured in every department, avd
every attention will be paid io ensure ,om
fort 'o their customers. Tl e sleeping
room'.: e airy and cle'in. The rosturant
lil' he sopplied with th, best tre the mar
keL : ffo-ds. Porters wtll always be ready
to attend each arrival ind dtparture of
trains. The travelling publi;;, transient
visitors and others, will finu in it ' all the
luxuries of a first-class house, combined
with the comforts of home. The location is
finely edapted for business men and travel
lers. No pains or expense will be spared
to give en:iro satisfaction.
G. W. WILLIAMS & 00.,
CHURCH! ST,, CIIARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & Co.,
Libera' cash advances will be made on-Cot
ton consigned to either house.
Horsey, A'en & Co.,
11ATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
NO. 25 IIA11WE STRE7
CIARLESTON, S. C.
J. H. BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCOMMODAT1ON WIARF,
CHAR LESTON, S. C
(live their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe:al advances made on consigaments
NEW SPRING GO) )
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BAN CROFT'S OLD STAN D,
287 liing Sfq 3 doors BJclow Wentworth
W JE have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americue, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for.olotliingot for barter with them, ottr
wholesale ,rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and lie not able to visit the city, orders ac
companied with city reference will meet
wiha prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
in part of
While Osnaburghs. Striped Osnahurge.
Blue Denims. Brown Denims. leavv Ilrow'
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown 1hiri ingr,
Bleached Shirt ings, Bleaclft.d antd Birowni
Shtirtitigs, 61-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12 4 Plaid luhe
andl Stripped Blue Htomespians. Bleached
[and Brown Drills, Black French IBroadl
cloths, llosiery and Ghloves. ieish Litien by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam-ii
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, nll qualities,
Dress Goods, lDomestio Gitighatms, "itne
Scotch Ginghams. Spring Silks and Bhack
Silks, Colored Muaslitns, in every variety,
Fine French Mutslinis, WVhiite andi llack
Goods, Farmers' Browns Linen Duc,k-, Farm.
cirs' Brown Linen Drills, F"ancy Drills antd
Together withI every variety to bo found
.n our line; which we offer at
WitOLSCRA LR A ND tu-:'rmIt.
All Domestic Oeods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We wvould respectfully call the ast em~sion
of the Planters, Merchants, and the cisi
zens generally of Fairtheld District, to our'
advertisenient, and solicit a call fronm them,
should they visit the city..
-ST(hLL, WVEIII & ('0.,
Ne. 287 King St., 4 doors belosw Went worth
I Charleston, S. C.
hC. RTOLL, Chiarlest ott
CIIAIRLESi WEBB, '
11. C. WALKElt.,'
jan l16-l yr
Cjorner Queen and Akeling St rrels,
C HA RL E STO0N, S. C,
TISPOPUTIARA AND WVErLr
KNWN HOUSE is now fully open
for the reception of visiters, having heen
refurnished with New and Elegant F"urni
ture throughout;'sndl offers to the traveller
acconmmodations and eonVenleeces as a First
Class hiotel, not to be eqnalled by atny Northi
e South,. The pat rotnage of the public is
Rates of Board per day, $1 01
" " per mionth as may.
agreed en. JOSEPh! PURCE LL,
feb 24'66-f,t 1i,p.1.,o,.
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
IN I'l , NEATEI'S STYLES AND
. o . .
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great inducenents to
the Advertising Public.
McCREIGH2'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISIED IN 1800.
S1INS mndo and repaired. Also, the fa
McREICIT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FIStt. :ALLIC BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat pattern on hand.
1RAIN OIL, Keroseno il, C( ncentrated
T Lyo, Chrome Green, 'rTurpentine Soap,
Lamp Black, Venetian led and Parlor
Matches. For sale by
KETCHI9f, cMASTER & Co.
sept 1l ---tf.
a -Politics and News,
$4 par Annum.
HiIN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Haigthe lar,at oantry oircuiation in the Stato
FA.MOOD & U. s. BIRID, Editors & Proy's.
~"Otst Madicat Cirmaiar
-letter imps for two
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P'rof. Eghcrt Jackson, formerly of' Lon
pia. nii Dr,. Enigenet VeIJlpeau, formerCr-: of
tihe i.onId,.u and Pi'n Ven'tiere,ai Ilospi tals.
Permanllent andi speedy cureS guaranteed of
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or Self- A buse. anl o1(f every possible1 formi
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Mountain of ilghta, 10) pagos, 100 pltes,
50 cents, :lfor $t.
D)r. Jackson's Femanle Monthlly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $5, n safe and offeet.uul
remedy, for all irregmularit Ies and obsirue
itons, from whlatever ei ne. D)r. .Jacison's
Oriental Invigarating Linimtent, $2 p'er got -
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ply P. 0. Blox 436, Cincinnat i, OhIo. Office
No. 167 S,ycamonre Street. Medicines andE
instructions sent to any part of tihe country
TIN WVAkE I TIN WARE !!
LAltGE and ' arie:I assortment. of the
best heavy homeo made Tin Ware, on
tand.and for sale low,
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CU.
oct 1I .if
a . . -- . .-- - - - - I
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NciW 'i"rk Daffiy News.
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BY J. M. BitOWN.
EMSof subscription-T.Jo subscribers
*on our books, S.5(1: to new subscrI
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insert ion, 51.50; eacht subsequent inser.
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of insertionis, will be conIt'nned until fur.
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An Old Song, set to a New Tune
- ' 1866. coQ
"As spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out
And lice and Rate,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
'18 years established In 1. f. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"lree from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Hlumafti Family.'
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Cotler'n" Rt, Reacia, &e.. Ex.
Is a paste-used for flats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ante, &c., &c., &c., &c.
"Coster's" Bed-Bug Extert nlutaa
Is a liquid or wash-used to deat oy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &c.
"tostar's" Electric Powier toa
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, lied-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
fiiW" ! I I DWAae ! I ! of all worthless
W See that "CosTAn's" name is on'
each Dox, Bottle, and Flask, beforo you buy.
'jy Address, HENRY R. (OS 'AR,
481 ;jroad.way, N. Y.
J i'y Sold
All t)rungists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleas,.
lNCIASEi OF RATS.-The Parmer"'
Gazette (English) asserts aid proves by fig
ures that. one pair of 1tATS will have a pro-.
geny and deeendants no less than (351,050'
in three yes rs'. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume mm o f.,od than would sustain 65,000
S&- See "CosTAn'S" advertisement above.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Wboever engngeq
in shooting small birds is a cruel mnan; who
ever aida in exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give un
the benefit of their experience in driving
out thtso posts Ve need something*be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this buslnecv.
-Seientific American, N. Y.
IM See "COSTAR'" a'dvertisement above.
"COSTAR'8" RAT EXTERMINITOR is
simple, safe and sure-tho itost perfect
RAT-ifieation mcetiug we have over attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prepared, will eat it, and every one that
eats it will (lie, generally at some paco a s
distant as posible from were it. was t.ko_.
- Lake Shore. Alic'h , Mirror.
M See "CoSTr's" advertisement above
HiOUSEKEAPE~RS troubled with vevmin
need be so no longer, if they use "CosVA l's"
Exterminator. Wehiavenased it toour satis
faction ; and if a box cost $5, we would have
it. We have tried r.oisons, but they effected
nothing ; but "Costas"' article knocks the
brea,h out of Rats, Mice, Iloaches,- Ants,
I Bed-Bugs, qiuicker than we can write it.
li i4 in great demand all over the ceontry.
--M./emi..x , Ohio, Oa%elte.
I,. 8eo "C osa's''advertisement above,
A VWlt' FRfil TIIE FA R WEST.-...
Speaking of' ..Ges'An'&" Btat, Rench, Ant
&c., Exterminator--"amore grain amdi
visions are destroyed annually in
County by vermin, than would pay for'tn
of lt. is Rt and Insiect Kkler.--l,ancaster
1w,. See ,-Cearra'f'"adetIecent above
FAluM!ERs AND (OUSEKEEPERS-.
aiould recofleet that lturidredls of dollar..
worth of Gira/n, ProvhElons. &o., are an..
nually dlestroyed-by Rate, Mice, Atit.,- and
ether insects att'4 vermnin--.all of which sn
he preveuted by a few dellarb' worth, of
"Costa's''lRat, Rloach, Ant, &e., Exter
mninater, bought and qseri freely..
.Dy,. S4'e "CosTAU's" qderaisemnent above,
hPI,. B y
All pr'oggiata and Dealers everywhero
DAIINES, WARD &CO.,
.New Orlp.us, I'a.