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AsrTA CLATTS
HEAD QUARTERS,!
ills EMPORIUM OF
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES
FRENCII CONFECTIONARY,
AND
AT
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
- TBIIIDi h er1.1 nt11 city, has opened, cnr the inspection of
the publio, the most Splendid Assortment o
Toys, Dolls, Games, China Toilet Goods
beautiful Mantlepiece Ornaments, Ladies'
Work-Boxes, Jewel Cases, &c., French Con
feo'.ionary, Fireworks, &c., suitable foi
Presents for the coming Holidays, such as
are not to be found in any-other establish
(nent in the South, and to which the, pro
prietor respectfully solicifs attention.
Accordeons, Harionicas, Portemonnaies,
Bags, Beads, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery
Pipes and Tobacco, Keroseno Vil an
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, $1t), $20. $50 and
$100 lots, put up to suit the country trade
All packages aro put up with care, and
will be sent, per express, to any addres"
tlpon receipt of Cash, or C. 0 1).
FRED VON SANTEN, Proprietor.
oct 9-3mu
EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AT
NO. 219 KING ST., CHARLESTON, S, C,.
NOW opening one of the best assorte
Stock of Fail andi Winter Clothing, of
ferd in many years, all qualities from i tl
'owest grades to the linest Fabrics, all got
.on up expressly for this Market, by on,
of the largest Manutacturing Houses in th
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISIIING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign and American Cloths, and Cas
simers and Vcstings,
which will be made up to order in the bes
styles, under the care of-a first class
CUTTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, fron
Grey Engifsh Kersey.
S.W. .M'TUJREoUH, WM MATHIIESHSON
Superintendant. Agent.
oct 0-3mI
R. W. GALB, W. 1. DULALAMT, 0:o. RontNsoN
R. W, GALE. & CO.,
41 and 48 WENTWORTIl STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
)EALEIS IN
CaTiiages, Iuggles, Hlarness, &t
ALSO, AGENTS FOnR
Robinson & Sons'
Patent Stretchled, Cenclted and Rivitt
LEATHER BELT'ING.
I)OUBLAE and Single conmprising nil desirn
.i hle widths. Every l. warranted
give perfect sag isfact ion, and sold at manu
fact urers prices. oct 9-3m
ESTABLISHED 1854.
LEN6NIC & SELL,
imlporters andh Dealers
IN
MILLINERY, STRAW
AND
Northi-cast corner Meeting andlt Market Sis,
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
]NVITE the Trade to examine their fut
Iand varied assortment of
Ilonnets and Hats, trimmed and untrim
medi,
Ribbons, of all descriptions,
Flowers, Feathers, Dress Caps,
Net., Veils, of newest designs,
R uohes, Laces, Crapes, Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &o., &c. et 9-Onm
JESSE II. BOLLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
N. isC. 0R RNG & MA RKET STS,,
- CHARLESTON, S. C.
Likenesses of all Kinds taken in th
highest pes'feolUon of the art.
eect 11'-na
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
CORNER QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS,
. CHA RLESTON, S. C.,
C. W. & J. B. DENNIS, Proprietors.
91l1S splendid I1OTEL will be opened on
the 1st of October, on the European
system- It has been remodelled and refur
nished throughout. This Hotel contains
over one hundred rooms, which will be re
served chiefly for the use of travellers and
transient guests. Competent assistants
have been secured in every department, and
every attention will be paid to ensure con
fort to their customers. The sleeping
rooms are airy and clean. The resturant
will be supplied with the best fare the mar
ket affords. 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 adap$l for business men and travel
lers. No pains or expense will be spared
to give entire satisfactiou.
sept 18- 2n
G. W. WILLIAMS & 00.,
CiHUIRCHI ST., ClAILESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
C00111%SIO0N MERCIANTS,
NEW YORK.
Liberal cash advances will be made on Cot
ton consigned to either house.
oct 4-2n
F. HORSEY,
SUCCESSOR TO
Horsey, Aulen & Co.,
IIATS, CAI'S AND STRAV GOODS,
NO. 25 11A YNE STRI:R7
CIAltLESTON, S. C.
capt 18-1m
J. H. BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTOIRS, 10 ACCO111ODATl0N VIIARF,
C11 IA1tRi2,ToN, s. c
(ive their attention exclusively to the
sale of
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe: al advances made on consignments
Sept 6- law31mo
NEW SPRING GO)
DRY GOODS
.AA.EE. rM.MEN
CIIARLESTON .HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
HANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 Kin, Si., 3 doors Below Wentworth
W r L have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To plantel-s furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in. every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the city, orders ac
companied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
SBIlpe Denims. Brown Denims, Heavy Brown
Shirtiugs, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue liotiespuns. Bleached
iand Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and (loves, Irish Linen by
thme piceo, Towels, Trowelings, Linen Dam
ask, all quatlities, Calicoes, all qualities,
- Dress Gloods, D)omestic Ginghatus, Fit..
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colorced Mtuslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, WVhito and Black
Goods, Parmters' Brow.n Linen Dutck, Farmn
ers' Brown Linen Dr'ills, Fancy Drills and
C)tottnades.
Together witht every variety to be found
n outr line; which we offer at,
wtuOLESALE AND) tRtTAIL.
All Domestic Goods arc sold at a very
sm:dtl advance Ott Ag-nits' prices.
We wotuld respectf.uhly call the attcention
of the P'lanters, Merchants, and the cit i.
' oens generally of Fairtheld District, to our
advert isenment, and solicit a call front them
shoutld they visit t ho city.
STOlL, WEBB & Co.,
No. 287 King St., 8 duorsbe.low Wentworth.
Chtarlest on, S. C.
h[. C. STlOLL, Charleston,
(CliA fILES W EBB,
1 H1. C. WVAILKER,
jan 18'66---lyr
MILLS HOUSE,
Corner, Quee,t and Neeling Streets,
C HA RIe,E STO0N, S. C.
TH1IS POPULAR~ AND WELL~
' .LKNO WN HOUSE is now fully open
for the reception of visitors, havitng been
refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
ture throughouit; and offers to the traveller
accontnmodations and conveniences ak a First
Class Hiotel, not to be equal led by any. North
or Southm. The patronage of the putblio Is
respeqtfully solicitedl.
Rates of Board per dlay, S4 03
" per month na may
agreed on. JOSEIPH PURCELL,
feb 24'66t-tf pri..to.
AT THE
FAIRFIELD HERALD
AND.
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
OFFICE, -
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK,
IN THE NEATEST STYLES AND
WITH
DI'P..TO7EE.
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great inducements to
the Advertising Public.
McCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
GINS made ar.d repaired. Also, the fa
mous
MeCRELGHT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a new and neat pattprn on hand.
aug 21-6mo
Machinery Oil.
T RAIN OIL, Kerosene Oil, Conoontrated
Lyo%, Chromo Green, Turpenti.ne Soap,
Lamp Black. Venetian RIed and Parlor
Matches. For sale by
KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
sept 11-If
o -Politics and News,
WIfEKLY
RECORD.
A Family JournaL
-aar.xs-row, s.0
$4 par Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Having the larget country oiroulation in the 8tate
J. A. MOOD & U. s. I}IRD, Ydt/or & Prop'a.
tteur 191..:4e tw
THlE RECOGN IZED SPECIALITiES OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Len
dIon. Robert IIerbert, M. D., from Philadel
plhia, and Dr. Eugene Veipeau, formerly of
uthe London andl Paris Venereal Hospitals.
Peranaent anid speedy cures guaranteedl qf
Gonorrhea, 8y phillis, Oleet, Spermnatorrhaa
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible -formn
of private disease of every name or nature
whatsoever.
Dr. hlerbert's Anti-Alcohaoho Compound,
an unfailing re'nedy for intiperanceo; write
for particulars.
Mountain of Light, 200 pages, 100 plates,
50 cents, 8 for $1i
Dr. Jackson's Female Mout.hly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $6, a eafA. and -effoctuual
remedy, for all Irregularities tad obst-ruc
tions, from whatever' cause. Dr. .Jackson's
Orient al Invigorating Liaiment, $2-p'er bot
tIe. -Send for circular. Genuine French
Safes $1, 6 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir
cular and write, you will promptly receive
a kinid. discreet and explicit aneyer. Ad
dress Dras. Jackson, ilerbert & Co., or simn
ply P. 0. Box 4886;Cincinnati, Ohio. Office
No. I O7 ycamore Street.. Medicines and
instructions sent to auf part of the country
jun. 12'66-6mo
TIN WARE ! TIN WARE!!
ALA ROE and vara1l as'sortment of the
Abest heavy home made Tin Ware, on
hand,and for asle low,
J{ITOIIIN, MoMASTER & CO.
Oat.18-t.r'
P R 08' E CT U S
OF TUB
Weekly Record.
T 1H1E subscribers will commence in the
City of Charleston, early in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It rill contaia eight pages of fine paper
and clear type, and will make when bound,
a volume of. pirmanent, value.
While containing all the latest religions
inteligence from the Churches at home and
abroad, it will also contain a weekly digest
of social, mercantile and political intelh
gence, as well as general informati:i on
literary, scientific and agricultural subjects,
making a jout-nal acceptable to the city and
country reader.
Ministers throughout the South, acting
as agents and receiving subscriptions, will
be entitled to a copy.
TERMS.
For one copy for six months, $2 00
For one copy for one year, 4 00
CLUB RATES.
For ten copies to one address, for six
zmonths, $10 00
For ten copies to one address, for one
year, 80 00
All subscriptions to date from the first of
the month in which received.
ADVERTIsINO RATRs.
One square $2 00; every subsequent in.
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable terms.
V. 8. BIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address "Weel1y Record," KeyBox No. 8.
oct 24'65.
Tie Clarleston Daily News.
A S native Carolinians, the publishers
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 be wanting in the proper amount of de
votion and respect for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made to make
the JAll. ) NE WS a first class newspaper.
and in every way worthy of the patronage
of the public.
Our terms, for the present., will be at .the
rate of $10 per annum. Subscriptions- re
ceived for 8, G and 12 months, payable in
advance.
Advertising.-One square, ten lirtes, one
insertion, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Each continuation, Seventy-five cents.
Less than a square, Fifteen cents per
line for firrt insertion ; Half 'rice for each
continuation.
Postmasters and others throughout the
country, who may interest themselves in
procuring subscriptions, will be alaow~ed the
usual per centage.
CATIICART, MUMILLAN & MORTON,
Proprietors,
No. 18 iayne St. Charleston, S. C.
oct 24'65
The White Man's Paper,
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 e:pressly fol' weekly
circulation, with a careful summary of the
news from all the States, and all parts of
the World, with market Reports, Agricul.
tural, Finance, Litet ature, &c.
TERMS CASH-IN AD VANCE.
One copy ono year $2 00
Three copies one y^ar 6 60
Five copies one year, and one to the
getter up of the club, 10 00
Ten copies one year, and one to the
getter up of the club, 17 00
Twenty c,pies to one address 80 00
Old subscribers to the Day Book, through.
out the Southern States, will receive the
value still duo them, by - notifying us of
the present postoflice address.
Send for a specimen copy, which will be
selt, post ago free, on application.
Address, giving postuffle, county and
State in full.
-VAN EVRIE, IIORTON & CO ,
No. 162 Nassan 8treet, New York.
, For sale by all ntews dealers in citiee and
towns oct 24'6l5
New York Daily New.
D AILY and Weekly. The New York
.Weekly News, a great. family news
paper-Benjamin Wood Proprietor--the
largnst, best and cheapest paper published
in New York. Single copies, 6 ents ; one
copy one year $2; three copies one year,
$5 6Q; five copies one year, $8 75; ten
copies one year, $17; and an extra copy
to any club of ten. T wenty one copies one
year, $30: the Weekly New.e Is sent to eler
gynmen at $1 60.
l'sw Yonxc DArI.Y Naws -To mail sub
scribers, $10 per annm six months, $5;
payments Invariably in advance. Specimen
copies of Daily and Weekly News sent free.
BIENJ. WOOD,
Daily News Building,
- No. 19, Ck4y Hall Square. N. Y. City.
oct 24'65
Thse Aoutinewamer,
PUBLIsHIED WB3RKL7 A? DARINOTON, s. e.,'
BlY 3. M. BROWN. .
TERM f subscrip~tionToubere
bers, $4. Adlvertisements per square, first
insertion, $1.60; each subsequent iner-.
tien $1.
Advertisements not paid for in advance
will be continued .until paid for, and be
charged accordingly. Transeient advertise
ments must be paid fer in advance, Adver.
tisements not roshed for a sertain number
of insertions, will b'e continued utpill tor.
bid, and oharged eorQhu5l7
Oct 24'88
An Old Song, set to a New T>n
Oc 180. .
"As spring approacher
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out,
And Nice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily saki about."
"18 years estabfshed in N. Ti Cit.y"
"Only infallible remedies known.
"Free from Poisops."
"Not dangerous to the Ilumas Family."t
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Cotter's" Rnt, Rtoachl, &c.. Ex.
ter's,
Is a paste-used for Rats, MCe, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &o., &o., &c., &e.
"Coster's" Bed-Bug Ezteresaissa
tor.
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bied.Arg*, &e.
"costar's" Electric Powder for
Iasects
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Feer, Bed-Buge,
Insects on Plants, FAwls, Animals, &o.
X65i ! I I BSwAns 1 l of all worthless
imitation.
g& See that "COSTAR'S" name is ou
each Box, Bottle, and Flask. before you buy.
.*r Address, HENRY R.COSTAR,
484 tiroadpay, N. Y.
. Sold
d- {y-.
All Druwgists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
La.
1866. ,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by 8g
tires that one pair of RATS will have a pro..
geny and decendants qo less than 651,050
in threo yes re. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
enme more fi,d than,would sustain 66,000
human beings. {
SW Soo "CosTAn's" advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.--Whoever engag
in shooting small birds is a orgel span;a whe.
ever aids in pxtermiaating rate is a benefo.
tor. We should like some one to give ne
the benefit of their experience in driving
out these pests We need somethipg be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this busine.
-Scientfie American, N. Y.
1t., See "COsTAR's"advertisensent above.
1866.
"COSTAR'S" RA't EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure-the most perfect
RAT-lioation meeting we have ever attegd
0d. 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 posbible from were it was taken.
-Lake Shore, Mich , Mirror.
gW-See "CosTAn'Y"advertisement above
1866e
JIOUSEKEEPE R8 troubled with -vermin
need be so no longer, If they use "Cosva's"
Exterminator. Wehaveusned it to onr satts
faction ; and if a bos nost $5, we would have
it. We have tried poisens, but they effected.
nothing ; but "Costar's" article knocks the
breath out of Rats, 3Mice, Roaieh6, Ants,
and Boed-Bugs, quicker than we can wi'ite it.
it is in great demand all over the country.
-Mendina, Ohio, Gaseyte,
Eg.. See "C OA's" advertisement above
3866.
A VOICE F ROM TIl E PA R WEST...
Speaking of "CosTAn's" Rat, Roach, Ant
&a., Extermainator-"more grain and pro
visions arc desatroyed annually in Gran
County by vermin, than'would pay for ton
of this Rat, and Insect Killei-.-Lacaste' r,
Wis., Hieraid.
3.See "Costaa's" advertieer.ent,above
1866.
FARMERS AND HO0USEKEEPERS
should recollect that hundred4 of doUga.
worth of Grain,. Pro.on,, e ar.n
nually destroyed hylt, 4 , Ant,.. g
other insects aed vtwn -alof y)ei4s
be prevented tby a few de ' j .
"Cos-rAa'e' -.Rat, Roogh,' A~&~at.
minate, beUkt.sae nsed
oee 9vAa''4qdss 6veb
Al DMgite 1tD@esers everywhere
the South.
'- DARNES, WARD A CO.,
Wholesale Agents,
New Orlenasi La.
June 8'0-lye -

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