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ESTABLISHED 1854.
LENGNIC & SELL,
Importers and Dealers
IN
MILLINERY, STRAW,
AND
North-east corner Meeting and Market Sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 NVITI: the Trade to examine their full
and varied assortment of
Bonnets and Hats, trimmed and untrim
med,
Ribbons, of all descriptions,
Flowers, Feathers, Dress Caps,
Nets, Veils, of newest designs, ,,
Ruches, Laces, Crapes, Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &c., &o. * oct 9-Cm
EXTENSIVE STOOK
OF
40 Xm CO PXi=N 'irGg-,
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
- AT
NO. 219 KfNG ST., Cl1ARLESTON, S. C.
N OW opening one of the best assorted
Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of.
fered in many years, all qualities from the
lowest grades to the finest Fabrics, all got.
en up expressly for this Market, by one
of the largest Manufacturing Houses in the
country. Also, a.J'ull Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign and American Cloths, and Cas
simers and Testings,
which will be made up to order in the best
btyles, under the care of a first class
CUTTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plantation Clothing for Freedmen, from
Orey English Kersey.
11. W. M'TtUROUS, WX )IATIIEssON,
Suporintendant. Agent.
oct 9-Sm
JESSE H. BOLLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
N, E. COR. KING & MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Likenesses of all Kinds taken in the
highest perfection of the art.
oct 11-8m
It. W. (IALE *. II. BELLAMY, o. O. RODINSON.
R. Ws GALE & 00.,
4 and 48 VENTWORTA STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DEALERS IN
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, &c.
ALSO, AGENTS FOIR
Robinson & Sons'
Patent Stretched; Cemented and Rivited
LEATHER BELTING.
ive perfect satisfaction, and sold at. manu
i'acturers prices. oct. 9--m
HEAD QUARTERS, !
mls KMrgI'tUM OF
FANCY GO008, TOYS, DOLLS, GAMlES
FRENCH CONFECTfIONARLY,
AND
AT
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below WentworthI.)
CHARLESTON, S, C,
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
JSTABL18HED4 in the year 1861, in this
.I. city, ha* opene'd, for the inspection of
lhe public, the most Splendid Assortment of
Toys, Dolls, Gameg, China Toilet Goods,
beautiful Mantleplece Ornament., Ladies'
-Work-Boxes, Jewel Casesi &.., French Con.
foo'.oary, Fireworks, &c., suitable for
Presents for the coming iHolidays, msh as
are net to be foiund iiany other establish.
snent in the South, and to wich the pro.
prietor respectfully solicits atfbation.
Accord6ons, HIarmnonicas, Portenmobniaies,
Bags, Beads, Comb., Brnshes, Perfarmery,
Pipes and Tobacco1, Kerosene Oil and
Lamps in the Greatest. Variety, &e,
Al lberl d}soeunt will be inade *N
goods sold to dea.er-s, and
TOYS AND FIRE
. ean be purchased in $5, $10,
*,0lots, put up to suit the e,
~~lpackages are~ put, tip with d
i~e sent, per' express, toe
Af Cash,.or C.
ION SANTE
F. HORSEY,
SUCoCSoR TO
Horsey, Auten & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
NO. 26 IIAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sapt 18-1m
J. H. BAGGET, & CO.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
sale of
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Liberal advances made on consignments
sept 6-law8mo
FOR PALATKA,
Fernandina, Jacksonville,. and all
the Landings on the St..
John's River..
VIA
SAVANNAH, GA.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
~DiCTATOR,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
ON and after the 26th October, this fine
SHIP will sail from Southern Wharf,
every Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
above places. All freight must be paid here
by shippers.
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Office of the Agency, No. 17 Van
derhorat's Wharf.
sept 20-tfJ D. AIKEN & CO., Agents
NEW SPRING CLOD
DRY GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCROFT's OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors BelowT Wentworth
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable st7ies the markets can afford.
To planters 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 Osnaburgs,
Blue Denim.. Brown Denims, Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleobedl and Brown'
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, .10-4, 12.4 .Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Hoinespuns, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish iaen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Seotch Ginghams, tSpring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Musline, in every variety,
Fine French Mushins, White and Black
Goods, Furmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Cot tonadles.
Together wish every variety to be fond
n our line ; which we offer at
WiiItELSAI.w AND) I$VTA I,.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very.
small advance on Agents' p'rices.
We would re.spectfully call the attention
of the Plantenr, Merchants, and the citi
sens generally of Fairtheld District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from thne.
should they visit tihe city.
STOLL, WVEBB & CO..
N4o. 287 King St., 8 doors beliow Wentworth
Chat'leston, S. C.
Hi. C. STOLL,, Charlesteon
OHIARLLE8 WEBD, '
N. C. W ALKE~lt,
Jan 18'66-Iy r
MILLS HOUSE,
.,Crner Queen and Veeieng Sret,
C EA RL E S TO0W, S. .0.
refezrnished with New and Elegant Furni
tu throughoag and esfes to the traveller
aocnx6iations and conveniences as a First
Class Hotel, not to be equalled by any North
or South. The patronage of the public (s)
respectfully solicited...
R a.t foard per day, $4 0)
S" "* per mionih as ma
agreed on. JOSEPHJ PI,RCEL[,
hib24'66'-4f - hppnewa.
AT THE
AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
OFFICFy
CA1 BE DONE ALL. RINDS OF
JOB WORK,.
IN TfE'NEATEST STIES A\D
WI:TiT
As tVe circulation of our Papers is
rapidly, increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great induoeents to
the Advertising Pulilic.
ICREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
Q INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
mous
IeCREIGHT REVERSE GRIST BILI,
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat pattern on hand.
aug 21-6mo
--Polities and News,
0 WEEKLY E)
RECORD. 5
-A Fawu arnal, R
C AsrASrox. S.C.
$4 per Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Havng the largest country circulation inthe State
7. A. MOOD & U. 8. BIRD, Editors & Prop's..
Machinery Oil. ~
T RAIN OIL, Kerosene Oil, 00nedntrated
Liye, Chrome Green, Turpentine Soup,
Lamp Black, Venetian Red and Parlor
Matches. For sale by
KETCII IN, MoMASTEJl. & CO.
seim 11--41
Eve.r liablishewl
THlE RECOGNIZED. SPECIALITIES OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
do,. Iobert lierbert, M. D., flrom P'hiladol
phia, and Dr. Eugeac Velpeau, formerly of
the London anid Paris Venereal liospitals.
Permanent anti speedy cures guaranteed of
Oonorr hea, 8ypililis, Gleet, 8pernmaterrhcaa
'or Self--Abuse, and of every possible form
of private disease of overy name or nature
whatsoever..
Dr. lierbert's Xnti-Aloohoho Compound.
an unfailing ro-nedy for intemperance r write
for particulars.
Mountain of Light, 300 pages, 100 plhees,
50Ocents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pillst $1
per boz, extra fine $5. a sare and effectual
remedy, for all irregularities and obutrno -
lion from what ever cause. Dr. Jackson's
Orien.nl Invig.rating Lininment, $Jee bot.
tie. Send for circular. Genuine Fench
Safes $1, 6 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir
cular and writ.., you will promptly receive
a kind. digoreet, and explicit answer. Ad
dream Dra. Jackson, Hoeibert & Co., or sim
ply P'. 0.'Box 48, Cincinnati, Ohio. Omie
No. 167 Sycamore Street. Medicines and1
instruction,s sent to any part of the country
june 12'66--6mo
TIN-WARIE! TIN WARE!!
handandfor alelow.
JKETCUIN, M.MA$3J%va CO.
ot 18..&t
P R0 S P E CT U S
-OF THR
Weekly Record.
IIE subscribers will commence in the
City of Charleston, early in Novem
ier, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It. will contain eight pages of fine paper
ind clear type, and will make when bound,
h volunate of permanent value.
While containing all the latest religious
ntel'igenee from the Churches at home and
tbroad, it will also contain a weekly digest
if social, mercantile and political intelli
;ence, as well as general information on
iterary, scientific and agricultural subjects,
naking a journal acceptable to the city and
ountry reader.
Ministers throughout the South, acting
is agents and receiving subscriptions, will
p entitled to a copy.
TEntxs.
'or one copy for six months, $2 00
?or one copy for one year, 4 00
cLUn RATES.
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All subscriptiotis to date from the first of
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Address "Weekly Record," KeyBox No. 8.
oct 24'65.
Tme Cliarliesaos Daily NIews.
AS native Carolinians, thc publishers
will naturally look to th interest of
heir own State, and to that of the So"It;
ad as citizens of the United States they will
ot be wanting in the proper amount of do.
rotion and respect for the General Govern
nent. Every effort- shall be made to make
he DAILYNRE Wt,first class newspaper,
tnd in every way wcrthy of the patronhge
Af the public.
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isual per cent age.
.IT'IICART, MoMofLA'N & MORTON,
Propylotors;
No. 18 Hayne t. Charleston, S. C.
act 24'65
Tile Whitm.e laan's Paper.
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.the Constitution as i. is, and the
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he World, with market Reports, Agricul.
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oct 24'65
Tiso SeIaisete,
ttinDlt-ED WHK%LYh AT n)AnftLNnTeN, 8. c.,
BY 3. 1W. DROWN.
E~ RM8 of arhser tion---To subscribers
U.on our books,. $11.50t; to new subsori
ers, $4. -Advertisemtentas p square, first
niertion, 11,.60; each- subsequent inser.
ion $1..
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will be continued tunti1l paid4 for, and be
barged accordingly. Transcient advertise.
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isements net markp9 for a certain nttamber
f insertions, will b~ coat tnned uintl~ l.r.
sid, and charged acedlngty.
oeL 24'U
An Old Song, set to a New Tu!
tr 1866. r.
"As spring approaches, "
Ants and Roaches
From their holes conic out.
And Alice and Rts,
in spite of cats,
Gaily skip alout."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Irutffai Family."
"Rats comi out of their holes to die."
"CoNter',' R t, Roftclt, &c.. Li.
tcr's,
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &o., &c., &c.
"Coster's" le-u'g Exterivisa
tor.
Ti' a lignid or wtash-usedl to destroy,
also as a preventive fet'Jied.-JJu.g, &o.
"Cost'ar's" Elcetrsc Powter tox
Is for Moths, losguitors, Fleas, lied.B) uys,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
. jy- ! I ! ]awais I I ! of all worthless
imitation.
AW- See that "Cosr.tan's" name is on
each Box. -]l>tIle, and Flask, before you buy.
1@- Address, HENRYR.COSTAR,
481 tiroad way, N. Y.
DF- Sold
?67- Ily
All Drulgists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New (rleais,
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (IEnglish) asserts ani proves by fig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and decendants no less than 65 1,05J)
in three ye rs. Now, unless this intmetiso
family ean be kept down, they would c/nn
sunie meio f,od thu would sustain 06,000
human beings.
Jg See "CosTA n's" adverbioerotent above.
1866,
RATS versus UIIIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man ; who
ever aids in extermutating rats is a beuefao
for. We should like soie one t'o give us
lie I)enetit of their ex'gerience inl -driving
out these pests We nt ed something lo
sides dogs, cats, and iras for this businerts.
-Scient0ic Amrleaft. N. Y.
rM. Sea "CosT.a'Aa" advertisement abovo.
1866.
"COSTAR'S" ItAT EXTERIM INAfOR Is,
simple, safe and sure-,-tho anost pa'ot'
RAT-ification meeting we havo over a fd
ed. Every Rathaea geitt oAn
prepared, will eat I, and ever yon. t1at.,
eats it. will die, generedif at some place ai a
distati. as possible fromt were.at wa's taken.
- Lake Shsore. Mich-, Mir'o.
sa'8c "CeTA nsaverisemoent gboe.
1866.
IJOUSEKEEPERS trouablrd wit-h verunia
needh he so no longer, if they scs "CoSTA uis
Ext.erminator. Wehaivetused'it to otar sat it.
faction ; and if a box cost $6, we would -have
it. We have tried poidsons, but thtey off'uet.ed
ii'othuing ;but "'Costar'a' article kniooks thle
breath o,ut of flats, Mlice, louchies
and lied lhiat, (tieker thatn we canm
it is in great dletmand all over the c
-Menade,m, O!Nio, Gazette.
SSee "C 0sT'An's" advertigeja
-1866,.
A VI)ICE FICOM Tl'il PAIR W
Speaking of '-Co'sta t's"' 1at, Rloael~4
&o., E:t ermninntor-"mtor.e grain anamd pr
*vishins ale dfestroyed- Qnuaully in Grary
Oounty b'y vermin, tihan would pay for ion
"f.this Rat and Insect Killer.-,anasteer
WVi., lierald.
Me See "CosTv an's" advert iser..entLabove-~
I E(:6.
F.\R31ERlS AND) HiOUSlKEPEhcS-..
atl'uild recollect that hundi(redls of dlblare
worth of Gra'n, Provrisions, &e., are on
nually destroyed by flits, Atlice, Ants, andct
other inseets anid veramin-all of *hich can',
ho prevented by a few dollars' worth of,
"COsTAL'S'' Rat, Rloach, Ant, &e., Exter
mninuator, bougtstud used freely.
Em See "Cosvaa's"tidyertlecmnent aboya
11Eik Soldl
Att iDrtugist a nd Dealers every where
theg Stttib.
D.I1$1E$, W ANRD & (0.,
* Tholosao'A gernts,
*Ie. Orleans, 'La.
innalvaal,, .

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