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ESTABLISHED 1854.
LENGNIC & SELL,
Imlporters aind Dealers
IN
MILLINERY, STRAW,
AND
.F1 Fancy3 Goocls,
Norti-east corner ltecting and 3Iarket Sts.,
INVITE the Trade to n.amine their full
. and varied- : " tr.ent of
Bonnets and 11ats. I riumned :nd untrim
ied. "
Ribbons, of all descriptions,
Flowers, Feathers. l)res.5 'iaps,
Nets, Veils, of newest designs,
Ruches, Laces, 'rapes. Silks,
Corsets, Skirts, &c., &c. oct '.'Gm
EXTENSIVE STOCK
('F
CLs.aOT -M = N'Cx,
01'
%V1[0,1'.AL1: A N I) RtETAII,
AT
l. :19 KIM ST,, (i'.\RIt.ESToN, N.
-OW oCtpening 'one of the lest t ais.>it tel
1 Stock of Fall and Winter t'lothing. of.
ered in mnany years, tll ialities fI1o th,
'owest grades it the finest Fabrics. nil got.
.eu up expressly t'or this .arket. by one
of the largest .Mtnefacturing IIoisesin the
country. Also, a Full Assoirtment of
GENTS FUlRNISH ING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign antd ltmeriaFill Clotis, aIti Cos
sinmers andtl sC.stings,
which will be male tip to order in, the best
styles, under the care of a tfirst elass
CUVTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Iiscountt. ntatle to lealri's.
Plantation C'lotIing for 1,eemnen, from
(Irey English Kersey.
E,. w.. 'I Tt!nnot.'s, w51 I TI I F inin
tCSuperintendant. A. g i ,t"
oct '-3111
JESSE II. BOLLES,
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
N. E. COR. liI & .illihET STS.,
CItARLE:STON, S. C.
Likenesses of all Kinds tuken in the
highest perfectian of the art.
oct 1l-3m
R. w. GA.E.. I. r. it tt-ANlY, . O- ti. N'ON.
R. W, GALE & CO.,
44 and 4 WENTWORTI STREET,
CHARL:STON, S. ('.,
I1EAIItRS IN
Carriages, Buggies, I[arlePs, &e.
A.SO, AGENTS FOR
Robinson & Sons'
Patent Stretched, ('eented inl Ro ilte
" ILEATHIER 1;ELTI'N.
I)U LE~ anid Single comiprising ill deisira
.I)le wid ths. Every~ lh"lt war.-aied' to
give per'fect saltisf'act ion,t nil soil aitO: man
faictutrers pr ices-'m 'el *-m
HEAD QUARTERS,
FANCY 60ODS,. TiJys, noLus, GXI s
FRENCil CONFE(TIONA 1 V.
AND
29) K ING STJ'ImETl,
(Three doors below-Wet worth.)
CHARL"STON, S. C,
VON SANTFEN'S BAZA AI,
TgSTABLISIIED in the~ year 1851, in thik
-Ld city, hats opened. f'or ihe inispect ion of
thle ptublic, the ruiost Splenid Assortmnent of
Toya, D)ons, (Tames, (Ibinai 'Toilet (loodl,
-beaq~riful blantlepiece. (tirnments, Ladies'
Work-Boxes, .Jewel Cases,., F retnchl ttin
fee-ionarty, Firewor'ks, &c., suitable fir
Presents for the coming l(olidays, stuch as
are not to be fouind in tiny ot her etfablisha.
meet in thie South I. nn td to whitichi the prio
prietor retspectf'ully soilicits at tenttion.
Accordeonsi, lliricas, P'octeonnaies,
flags, Beads, Combnls, Brushes, P'erfumnery,
Pipes aind Tobacco, Kerostene Oil atid
Lamipi in t he Greatest Variety, &c.
A liboral discountt 'ill he matde oh till
g.oods sold to dea.ers, anti'
TOYS AND) FIREWORK(S
can be.ptrchatsed ini $5, $10, $20, 50 And
-$It00 lots, ptut up to sutit fthe coumntry'trado.
>-All piackages are put up withI care, and
will be sent, per express, to any addlress
onjnnt ranninf. Of' tZasi o. (1. 0'!).
F.HORSEY,
SUCCi:sso Ti)
Horsey, Au'en & Co.,
IATS, ('APS AND STRAW GOODS,
V0. 2 H1 IAS STREE',
('IIA;LESTON, S. C.
sapt 18-itu
J. H. BAGGET, & CO.,
FACTORS. 10 A(TO)lO1).TION Wl.l% RF,
C:iIIA RlEST--3'ON\, S. C
Give their 'iteution exclutivcly to the
L.ON(% AND SHORT STAPLE COTTox
I.ihe::tl advances Inade on consigtcnients
sept ti- a:I ;l
FOR P .4L ATKA,
Ferlnaldina, Jacksonville. and 1ll
the Lanldings oli the St.
John1's River.
11.1
5.11.1.\.III, (G.\.
TI'IE SI'LENDID STEAMil
DICTAToQ],"
11100 TONS BUT1DEN,
'PTAIN LOUIS M. (OX'TTE;R,
) N an.l after the 211th October, this tine.
Sill' villsiil front Southern Wiarf,
vrcry F'ri,ay Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
ihove plices. All treight nust be paid here
y shippers.
For F'reigtt or l'asag apply on ho:ri,
)r to Iihe th Itiiee of tihe .gency, No. 17 Van
lerhorst'. Whart'.
1. ). AIK.EN & CO., Agents
ert 2_'_ If
NEW SPRING C(ODt
DRY GOODS
CUARLESTON IOUSI
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
RA eI{OFT's tID S'A Ni),
27 Kl'--:/ St.,:, Itur I) l,w We t'wor(h
1. I. aVo now opened a <:piendid
Stock Of Spring t oodusc, English,
I'rcnch :t l .\mneric:t:, wlhich are of the
tsnt dlesirable rtves the markets can utlfort.
idnter. turni.tsing the 'reed;nen cither
tfo clothing or for hat ter with them, our
w holesale rooms offer Cvtry inducement.
Plantation good. in every variety.
Titis bein a bnts) sca-nn wit Ii the planter
and he not ah! t, visit the city, oriers at.
companied with city rcierenco will neet
with prompt attention.
N. . S itmples. with price iists, sent Ico
tny part of the -State. Out stock consists
tn I -urt of
WhitIe O iuaburglh-. Stril e l 0-nahtrttge,
Ble )enimst. Brown De tits. IIenvy Brow 't
Siritings. ine Seai Is.ttn,l i;rown Shtirtitg,
iaieacheda 'hirt tigi lUctached and Browni
a:litrippI IBine IHomtespitns, lieached
Itiess Goodis, unomette (tiiham-, Fin'
Scoth it( inam, Spirttg Silks andiu lihick
Silks.(' Cold Ainsliis, itt every vait v,
Finie Frentcht \lit'lii, W hie tutl lihlc
irs' j.rown ine iti r iiilks I ancy Drills tand
Trogtiou4 wit hi every variety to he found
i onr linti; wIht'ich we l offrtt,
All lomnel otic Gods ariO sold l a tery
stimil advancei itn .\yets' pr-ices.
Wi woui r-esp)etfn'ly ca li :ihattenliti
ofC thle Piters *t. Merchats it. t il thle citi.
ten gen ralyof FaitIh Iisirjct. to om-'
:nivrtiimet tuisolict a c-all fromt I-hety
should they visit theii city.
No. 28'7 King St., 3 dloors bielow Wet worth
Chatrlestoni X. C.
I!. C. S'TLL, * ChartlesIon,
('ilARlIhSs Wiull, 4
li" Q. W ALKEI iit..
jan l8'u -Ityr
MILLS.UOUJSE,
C'orner Quren tind! Mering Strees,
C HA RL E ST ON, S, C.
TIS POPULAR A ND.W\ELLr
Il(NOWN Ii0USK Is 'tow fully open
for the recept ion tif visitor's, htavinug beeni
refuirnishied with New and~ Elegat Furtni
ltre throughont: andi oifers to thet traveller'
acomoatiorns andti convenientces as a Firt.
Class flntel, tnot t)o eegnalled by anty Northt
ar Sot4., The patronatge ol' I he publio is
ILates oflBotard per day, . $4 0'
AT THE
FAIRFIELD HERALD
AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
C.AN BE DONE ALL lNDII)S 01.
JOB WORK,
IN TfIlE NAluTF.STI STiYLEi*S AND)
WITII
As the circulati"ln of our Papers is
rapi llV increasing throughout tII Dis
trict, we ofler great inducelnents to
the Advertisig 'ublic.
IIcOREIGHTS GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
(I INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
T nomy
1cI1I1T REVERSE GiRIST .111IL2,
FISE'S METALLIC BURtIAT CASIS,
a0tow aid neat pattrn oil hal.
aug 21-6no
--Politics and News,
WEEKLY
RECORD.
A Family Journal.
a- I H A RLKViroN, S.C.
$4 per Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Having the largest country circulation in the State
F. A. MOOD & U. S. DIRD, Editprr & Prop's.
rMachinery il.
rI\N (IlL, hterosenie Oil. Conicenltraied
i L.yo. C hirme (Green, Turpeniinei . np,
L.amp liiek. Veniejian lledl and Paror
Mlce. For' sale by
KlETCil1N, Alc3MAX'TER & CO).
sept 11-if
O a les ledira f ireiar
Eser P'ublided! (
kEm D FinteenWe largei
'letter page. for two
iS cent stamps.
'ill L ih ItiNIZE) SPECIA LITIES 01"
OUR DAY.
I':' f. '.bertj .Jackson, formierly of Lon
dion, RotiJj lierbert , 31. D. . fromt PhilileI.
jphia, nand Dr. I ugene Velpeau,i formierly of
lhe L.ond'on iindi Paris VenusrenItI ipirIals.
Permnien tin speedfy curecs giarnteedi of
Gonorrhea. Syphililis. Gleet, Spermli.torrheen
or Self'-Abuise, and of every possible form
of' private disease of byvery name or nature
whatisoever.
J)r. Ilerbert's Anti-Alcoho(lic Compound.
ant unfaihiug re -nedy for iemlperaince ; wr-ite
for partienlars.
Miountiain of Light, '$00 pages, 100 plat es,
5s0 cents, :1 for SI.
D)r. JIadksoni's Femanle 'Alonthlly Pills: $1
per box, ext ra fine :::5 a safe iin'd effecttual
ren4ly, for jili rr'egularia ies andl obst rue
tions, fromn what ever- cause. Dr. Jackson's
Oriental inviss-.rating Linimient, $2 puer bot
tle. 8end for circular. Gennijic French
Safes $I. 6 for $4.12 fo'r $7. Send for cir
enlatr and wmite, youl will pomnptly recgive
a kind. discreet and explicit answer. A d.
dress Drs. Jackson, HIerhert & Co., or :imi
ply 1'. 0. Box -180, ('ininnati. Ohio. Oflice
No. 167 Sycinmoro Street., Aiddicines anid
in5tnctions tent to any part, of theocountry
June 12'6O-fimo
TIN WARE ! TIN WARE !!
A LARGER apid varie:i nasortmnt or'th
Ilet heavy ihenie maide Tin Wnore, o.n
hand.iad for ,viie low,
K ETCJIIN. MnM)ASeThn 2,
P RL 0 8 P E C -T U S
OF Tit
WV eek I y Reeor d.
iIlli subscribers will commenoe in the
l City of Charleston, early in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It v-ill contain eight pages of fine paper
and clear type, and will make- when bound,
t volume oi permanent value.
While containing all the latest religious
nteligence from the Chiurches at home and
ibroad, it will also contain a weekly digest
t' social, mercantile and political inleli
gonce, as well as general information on
literary, scientific and agricultural subjects,
Lnoking a journal acceptable to the city and
country reader.
.Ministers throughout. the South, acting
is agents and receiving subscriptions, will
be entitled to a-copy.
Ti:ltMi3.
For one copy for six months, $2 00
For one copy for one year, 4 00
c.un ItAT s.
For ten copies to one address, for si:
months, $10 00
For ten copies to-one address, for one
year, 30 00
All subscriptions to date from the first of
te mont h in which received.
Anv'EntT i iN,: RIntTs.
One square $2 00; every subScquent in
ert ion $ I 00.
l'ontracts imade on reasotnhie termis.
U. S. l1l D, F.:1. MOOD.
Adlress " ll'eeb Record," Keyllox No. 3.
oct 24'65. .
Ti Cit:lttaiesion Daily News.
S native Carolinians, the publishers
.lwill naturally look to th e interest, of
their own State, aiil to that of the South:
and as citizens of the United States they will
not be wanting in the proper amount of de
vot ion and respect for t lie General Govern
ment. Every' e'ort shall be made to make
the /I.-I, N- I'Sa tirst. class newspaper,
n Id in every way worthy of the patronage
of tie public.
Our tterums, for the present, will he at the
rate of $1t per anniutm. Subscript ions re
ceived for 3, 1; and 12 monthis, payable in
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hne for first insertioir; IHalf Price for each
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procuring subscriptions. will be al.owed the
usual per centaoge.
CATIlCART.\1 McILLAN& MORTON, a
Proprietors.
No. 18 Ilayno,St. Charleston, S. C.
oct 21'ti5
Thle IWhitc. .1Iani' P'itaper
'I'IE NEW YORK DAY 300 .
A FR1 1T class weekly taper, in favor of
the Constitution as it is, and the e
Union as it was.
The Da, Book is not. repiinted from a t
daily, but is inado up r".rpresxly for weekly u
cireulntion, with a eareful sttmtury of the s
news Irotn all the 'tates. ant all parts of -
he World, with mnarket Reports, Agricul.
tural, Finance, Liteo attire, &c.
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Five copies one year. and one to the
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Tlwenity citpiest to one eudress 30) (00
-Ohl subhscribuuti t 0t lie Dogi Thiok, thiroug~h-.
out thle Southlerni States, wmill receive the .
value,gttill due il mi i, by not ifying us of
Seind filr a specimen copy3. 'which will be
sent, postaige i'ee, otn apiplicat iion.
hddre.s, giving Postoflice, counity and>
State ini toll.
Y.\N l;Vhl I, hlOllTON & CO,
No. iG2 Nassu Street, New York.
Forl sale by all news dealers in cities and 1
townis oct 24'65 ii
NewV 1ork Datsly Nem.
IAl l,Y amid Weekly. Theo New York I
.1 I'usl Ne'ws, a greta fihmily news.
palper--*lenijainf W~,ood P'roprietor--.the
largest. best andh cheapest papenr published
in- New York. Single copies, 6r cents;. one
copy otte year $2; three copies onme year.
$'> 50; live cillies one year', $8 75; tera
copies (inn year,, $17;. and an extra copy
te any ch Iif0 t eii. Twven ty otte collies otne
yeata, $3't: the Weekl" Netsi ett lr
gymeneh.at $1 lit.seto er
Armiw Yiiiiu DA ILrY Nixws --To mail sub
r,cribers. $10I per'i anu t six mothIs, $65;
paymnutis invsariabmly in advance. Specimen
copies of' Ditily anid Weekly News senit frcee,
lIENJ. WOOD,
Daily News Bihling,
Nut. 19. City huall Square, N. Y. Uity.
nit 2h't66
Thme Iluherster,
P'Ulltisiy* WEE.KLT A' tA WLAI.S(PreN, 5. 0,
BY J. M. BROWN.
E1i18 of subscariptlion--To sutbscibetrs
ott our books ,$3.501: to new subscri.
bers, $4. A dvertlsetrients per square, fir*t
insertion, $1.50; eaceh subsequent, inser.
tion $1.
AdvertisemonIR not paid for in advance
'will be contrnuned tuntif paid for, and be
chiarged accordingly.. Transoicent adyevt h*e
ments miust- he paid4 for In advance. A dver.
tisements tuot. marked tfor a .srti nut br
of' insertions, will bn. A6~ma4u ..... u
In Old Song, set to a New Tumw
oc 1866. a
"As spring approaches
Ants-and Roaches
From-th'et holes come out,.
And Mice and Rtats,
in spite of cuts,
Gaily skip ab>out."
"l: years established in N. V. City."
"Ohly infallible remedies known."
"Free from POisoni."
"Not dangerous totrlio Human Family."
"R1ats come out of their holes to die."
'Coste.'r." Rn -,. ZOncAI, &c.. il.
ler's,
Ik a paste-used for ]llts, .ice, Roaches,
lilack and fled Ants, &c., &c., &c., &c.
-lst'slas" DEedbiiug Exter amisa
is a liquid or wnsh--used to destroy,
also as a preventire for Jled-Bugs, &c.
'Costar's" Llecletie Powder fot
Is for Moth.,, Mosguitors, Fleas, Bed.Buys,
inects on l'lanls, Fowls, Animals, &c.
W ! I ! BWAirE I I of all w;irthless
mination.
JSP- See that "CotrrAn's" nme is On.
ach Box, Dottle, .and Flask. before you buy.
.er Addre ss HEN;RYR- OSFAR,
481 tsroad way, N. Y.
1i'y- Sold
Iota- By
All Druggists and Retailers everywhere
;oulr. Barnes, Ward &- Cu., New Orleans,
A.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer'"
;azette (English) asserts and proves by fig
ires that one pair of RATS will have ' pro -
cny and deeendants no less than 6151,0511
n thbree ye' re. Now, unless this immense
inily can be kept down, they. would con
ume mot e f.od than would sustain 05,000'
iman beings.
kt See "CosTaR's"advertisement above..
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages;
n shooting small birds is a cruel ian ; who
ver aids in exterminating rats is a benefao
a,r. We should like sonie one to give ute
he benefit of their experienco in drivirg
ut these pests We need something be
ides dogs, cats, and traps for this businet.
-Scientific America., N. Y.I
L See "CosT.u's" advert isement above...
1866.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is'
imple, safe 'and sure-the most perfect
AT-ification nieeting we have ever attend
d. Every Rat, that. cani get it, properly
repared, will eat it, and every one that,
at'. it will die, generally at sonie place a s,
istiant as possible from were it was taket'.
- lavke Shore, Mich . N,rror.
May See "CosrAR's" advertisement above.'
1866.
IIOUSEK{:EEPES troubled with ver.miiv
teed be so no longer. if they use "Cos-1A'as"
xterminiator. W~ehaive used It to our satis
action ; a nRabox coat $6, we would.have.
t. We hav Ved poisons, but they effneted.
tothiing ;~. ostar's" article koosks the
>reaih ou s, Mice, Rloachies,. Ants;.
ma i Hed-1 icker thain we can write its.
t iain gr and all over theceountr'y4
-endlina, t,Gazette.
#% 8ee "U5sTAn's" advertisement abover
1866.
A VOICE FROM TH E FA R WES .-,
Speakiag of "cosTAR's" Ilat, Roach, 4I,
to., Exterminator---"..more grain and fion
'Islons are destroye4 annuallyu in Q arz
200inay by vermin,~ than would pay to 'tpg
t his Ra~t and lilseet, Kdler.-.I
NG See 'Cosra's"advere.:n o
- 1 E66.
FARMERS AND IOUS9E1( 1(g.,,
hlould recollect that haudretfdolsra e
sort h of Grafn, ProvisIons, & 4re a.
tually destroyed by Rats,Me, a
ather Insects and vesin-l o
to Prevented by ai few dollar h8
'Co-ra's'- Rat, leach, Ant, x~Ite -~
nlnator,'bought land ueed (reel'
UM.. See "COsTA'S"advertis bo
DTruggiat and Dealqrs ev $ here
~e~nthb -
U:' DRN Mh

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