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EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF
..O THX'NCG-,
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AT
,O. ;19 KING ST., CiIARLESTON, S. C,
NOW opening one of the best assorted
Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of
fered in many years. all qualities from the
'owest grades to the finest Fabrics, all got
.en up expressly for this Market, by one
o' the largest Manufacturing Houses in the
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreign and American Cloths, and Cas
simers and 1estings,
which will be made up to order in the best
btyles, under the care of a tirst class
CUTTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers. -
Plagtation Clothing for Freedmen, from
Grey English Kersey.
B. W. M'T('ItEOUS, WJI MATHtIESSON,
Superintendant. Agent.
oct 9-3m
JESSE It. BOLLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
N. E. COR, KING & MARKET STS.,
CIIA1RLESTON, S. C.
Likenesses of all Kinds taken in the
highest perfection of the art.
oct 11-3mn
R. W. GALE. W. t. nELLM.tY, G. 0. tOIION.
R. W. GALE & 00.,
"15 and IS WENTWORTII STREET,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.,
DEALERS IN
('trriages, Buggies, H1arness, &e.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Robinson & Sons'
Patent Stretched, Cemented and Rivited
LEATIIER BELTING.
) OUBLE and Single comprising all desira
ble widths. Every BcIt warranted to
give perfoct sat isfact ion, and sold at manu
facturers prices. oct 1.-3m
SANTTA OL.ATS1
HEAD QUARTERS, !
1its EMPORtM O r
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GA31ES
FRENCH CONFECTIONARY,
AND
FirewM7or3aK,,
AT
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
CHARLESTON, S, 0,
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
j'STABLISIIED in the year 1851, in this
. I city, has opened. for the inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Assortment. of
Toys, Dolls, Games, China Toilet Gnod.t,
beautiful Mantlepiece Ornaments, Ladies'
Work-Boxes. .ewel Cases, &c., French Con.
fectionary, Fireworks, &c., suitabte for
P'resents for the corning llolidaysi, such as
are not to be found in any other establish
:nent in thmo SouthI. and To which time pro
prietor respectfully solicits attention.
Accordeons, larmonicas, Portemnonnaies,
hags, Beads,'Conmbs, Brntsbes, Perfunmery,
Pipes and Tobacco, Kerosene Oil tand
Lamps in the Greatest Variety, &c.
A liberal discount will be made on all
goods sold 'odea.ers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORKS
- enn be purchmased in $5. $10, $20. $50 and
$ 100 lots, ptut up -to suit the country trade.
All packag,s area pumt up with care, and
will be sent, per express, to any address
upon receipt of Cvah, or C. 0. D.
F RED.VON SANTEN, Proprietor.
oct 9-3m
ESTABLISHED_1854.
LENGNIC & SELL,'
Importers and Dealers
tN
MIlLLINERY, STRAW,
?North-east corner Meeting and Market Sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I NVITE the Trade to exanmino their full
and varied assort menmt of
Donnets aad Hasts, 'trimtmed and unotrim
Ribbons, of all descriptions,
F'lowrr, Feathers, Dress Caps,
Nets, Veils, of neoest designs,
IMuhes, Laces, Crapes, Sek,
Corsnis. Skarts,., . .ot 9-,n
AT THE
FAIRFIELD HERALD
. AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
O-BFZCE,
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK,
IN TIIE NEATEST STYLES AND
WITII
TDIS P.A"r C Ex.
o -
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great inducemonts t<
the Advertising Public.
IYIcCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
1INS made atll repaired. Also, the fa
31CRE1IIT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISI'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat, pattern on hand.
aug 21-6mo
,r-Poitics and News,
WEEKLY
RECORD.
Family JournaL
cuantzerow, s..
$4 par Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Having the largsst country circulation in the Stats
F. A. MOOD & U. S. BIRD. FAUtors & Prop's.
Machinery Oil.
1RAIN tOL, Kerosene Oil. Concentrate,
. Lye, Chrome Green, Turpentine Soap
Lamp Black. Venetian lRed and P.rloi
Mlat,ce. For satle by
KETCHIIN, MicMASTERt & CO.
sept 11---tf
(ireatest Iellra firslar
' 5FfteenE large UU
@.ettr pae for two ~
TIlE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES 0]
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
dotn. Robert lierbera, M. D)., froni iladel
pidua, and Dr. Eugene V'elpeau, -forraerly o
the London and Paris Ventereal Hospitals
Permuanet andi speedy cures gitaransteed o
Glonorthieai. Sypillis, Gleet, Spermator.rh.e
osr Self-Abuse, and of eyery possible fori
of private disease of every natine or naturi
whattsoever.
D)r. IIerbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compound
an unfailing re-nedy for inttemnperance ; writ<
for particulars.
lounatain of Light, 300 pages, 100 plates
00 centti,, 3 for S1.
Dr. Jacksont's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per box, .xt ra fine $5, a s'afe and effectuu
remedy, for all irregularities and obstruc
tions, from whalcever cause. Dr. Jackson'
Oriental Invigor tiing Litniment, $2 ,er bot
tie. Sentd for circular. Genuine Frenci
Safes $1,.6 for $4,12 for$7. Send for cir
cular and write, you will -promnptly recei,t
ai kind, discreet and explicit answer. Ad
dress Dts. Jackson, lierbert & Co., or aim
ply P. 0. Box 436(, Cincinnati. Ohtio. Office
No. 1617 Sycamore Street. Medicines an'
intstruttttions stent to any part of the country
june 12'66-Omo
TIN WARE ! TIN WARE!!
ALARGE and varie:i assortment of thu
Abest heavy home made Tin WVare, 01i
hand,and for .kie low.
KETCIJIN, McMASTElI & Co.
oct 18-tf.
a
F. IIORSEY,
S'CCESSOn TO
Horsey, Au'en & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
NO. 2. l }YE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sapt 18-1m
J. H. BAGGET, & CO.,
FACTORS. 10 ACCOMODATION WHARF,
CIARLESTON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
sole of
LONG AND SIIORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe:al advances made on consignments
sept G- aw.h1to
FOR PtLITKI1,
Fernandina, .Jaeksonville, and all
the Landings on the St.
John's River.
EL1
SAVANNAHI, GA,
TIIE SPLENDID STEMSIIIP
]D~TATOR,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
C'A PTA IN LOUIS M. COXETTEIt,
()N and after the 26th October, this fine
Si ll' will seail frot Southern Wharf,
every Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, fur the
above places. All freight muat he paid here
by shippers.
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Ollice of the Agency, No. 17 Van
derhorst's Wharf.
.. D..AIKEN & CO., Agente
sept 29-tf
NEW SPRING GOOD
DRY GOODS
ChARLESTON hOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BA1Cui{FT'S OLD STAND,
287 Kit .S'., 3 doors Blow Wentworth
E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Anericae, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can at&rd.
To pioters furnishing the Freediaen either
for clothingor for hatter with thtem, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation gools in every variety.
This being it busy sea:-on with the planter
and lie not able to visit the city, orders ac.
companietl with city reference will macet
with prompt attention.
N. It. Saniples. with I.rice'lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our st(ck coni-ists
in part of
White Oanahurghs. Striped Osn.ul-rgr,
Blue 1)enins. Brown Denims. 1leavy Brown
Sitirtings, Fine Sea Islani L'rown Shirtinge,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtiugs, 6.4. 9-4, It-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Strippei Illuc IHotepuns, Bleached
a'td Brownt Drills, Black F'rentch Broad
cloths, llosierty arnd Gloves, ish Litten by
the piece. Towe.ls, Towelings, Litten D)am
ask, till quatlit ies, Caslicoes, all tutalit ies,
Dress Goods, Djomestic Gmtthiatms, Fine.
Scotchi Gitnghtatms, Sprirag Silks tand Black
Silks, Colored 3!uistis, in every varietyv,
F ine French M islitns, White and lBlack
Goods, Fatrmters' Brown .inen lDuck, Faurm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Faincy Drills arid
Cot tontades.
Togethier withi evetry variety to be founid
a our linec.; whticht we offer at,
Wttt)t,sAt.3 ANtI ttWTA t1.
All Dontestic Goods aro sold at a very
small advtance op Agents'' ptrices.
We woutld respectf'ully call lie at tention
of' the P'lanteirs, M~erchauntts, tand lie cit i
tens genettally of Fatiihel Disttrict, to ourt
advert isemtent. anid solicit a call frotm thtew
should they visit the city.
STOIL., WEBB & CO..
No. 287 King St., 8 dtors below Went worth
'hiarlestotn, S. C.
H1 C. STOLT, Charleston,
CIIAIllLES WEBB,
HI. C. W ALKEIt, '
jaun l8'66---lyr.
MILLS HOUSE,
Cornesr Qunen a,! Afeeting Srtret,
C HA RLiE ST ON, S, C.
SK NOWN HO(USE is now fitlly open
for thie receptioni of visitor's. htavinig been
refturnished with New andi Elegant Futrni
tire throughout; arid difTers to the traveller
accommaodations arid conveni'tnees as a First
Class liotel, not to he equalled hy att Notrh
or Souith. The patronage of the pulblic is
respectfin;y solicited.
Ilates ofiBoard per' day, $4 O J
" "-per mtonth as may
agre.cd on. JOSEPH PURCE L,
feb.r2166--It 1'rorto.
PROSPECTUS
OF THE
Weekly Record.
TIIE eubscribera will commence in the
City of Charleston, early in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It vill contain eight pages of fine paper
and clear type, and will make when bound,
a volume of permanent value.
While containing all the latest religious
intel'igence 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, scientific and agricultural subjects,
making a journal acceptable to the city and
country reader.
Ministers throughent 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
months, $1600
For ten copies to one address, for one
1+ear,. 3000
All subscriptions to date from the first of
the month in which received.
AnvETIsINo nATES.
One square $2 00; every subsequent in
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable terms.
U. S. BIllD, F. A. %IOOD
Address " Weekly Record," KeyBox No. 3.
oct, 24'65.
Tile Clharlettoia 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
vet ion and respect for the General Govern
ment. Every effort Shall be made to make
the DAILY NE WSa 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 ', 6 and 12 months, payable in
advance.
Advertising.-,One square, ten lines, one
insertion, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Each cent inuation, Seventy- five cents.
Less than a square, Fifteen cents per
line for first insertion ; Half Price for each
continuation.
Postmasters and others throughout the
country, who may interest themselves in
propuring subscriptions, will be aLowed the
usual per centage.
CATIHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
Proprietors,
No. 18 Hlayne St. Charleston, S. C.
oct 24'65
- The Wbite wdau'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 reptinted from ia
daily, but is made up expressly for weekly
circulation, with a careful summary of the
news from all the tattes, and all parts of
the World, with market Reports, Agricul
tural, Finance, Litetature, &c.
TERMS CASH-IN AD VANCE.
One copy one year $9 00
Three copies one year 6 60
Five copies one year, and one to the
getter up oftthe 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 toihe Day Book, through.
out the Southern States, will receive the
valume still dlue dhem, by notifying us of
the present postoflice address.
Send for a specimien copy,,. which will be
scnt, postage free, on application.
Address, giving postoffice, county and
State in full.
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO.,
No. 162 Nassau Street, New York.
-For sale by all news dealers In cities and
towns oct 24'Q5
New York Daily New.
D AILY and Weekly. The New York
-. Wieekly News, a great family news.
paper--Blenjamin Wood Proprietor--the
rlargest. best and cheapest paper published
in New York. Single copies, 6 cents ; one
copy one year $2; three copies one year,
$5 50; five copies one year, $8 75; ten
copies one year-, $17; and s extra copy
to any clu.b of ten. Twenty oe copies one
year, $30.: the Wekl New. is sent to eler
gy men at $1 60.
maEw YOnK DAILY Naws --To mall sub
scribers, $10 per annum ; six mnonths, $6;
pay ments invariably In advance. Speelmen
copies of Daily and Weekly News sent free.
BE NJ. WOOD,
~ 24.66 -Daily News Buiildings
No-, 19, City Hiall Square. N. Y. City.
. Tise 'Bouatherner,
- UnLISnED wuERLY AT DARLINoTON, a. c.,
BY J. MI. DROWN.
EM.fsubsoription-To subscribers
T on our books, $8.60; to new subscri
bers, $4. Advertiementa per square, first
Insertion, $1.60; eacht subsequent inser
tien $1.
Advertisenen's net paid for in advance
will be continued .unt ft paid for, and .be
charged a.ccordingly. Trnsoient advertise.
ments must he pasid for In advance. Adver.
tisementa not marked for a certain number
of insertlons, will be eontinuelt until for
bid, and charged scoerdlngly,
oct 24'd6 -
An Old Song, set to a New Tan
r 1866. mca
"As spring approaohes'
Ants and Roache .
From their hole-r come out;,
And Aice and Idatst
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."'
"18 years established'i:r N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from 'oisons."
"Nat dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Coater'a" Rut, Roach, &c.. Ex..
ter's,
Is a paste-used for Rats, Nice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &o., &o., &o.
"Co'ter's" Bed-Bug Exter,llissa
tor.
T a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as A preventive for Bed-B ugs, &c.
"costar's" Electric Powder for
Iii >cts
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insect4 on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
gW- ! t I BawAns I I ! of all worthless
imitation.
a&- Seo that "COSTAR's" name is on
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
SW- Address, $ENRYR. COS rAR,
484 13roadway, N. Y.
,1r' Sold
V&- By
All Drubgists and Re-ailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., Nur Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig
tires tihat one pair of RATS will have a pro. --
geny and decendants no less than 651,050
in three ye: rn. Now, unless this immense
family enn be kept down, they would con
sutne te f.>od rhan would sustain 065,000
human ugs.
." "Coszu's"advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versgt BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man : who
ever aids i4exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. We shpuld like some one to give us
the benefit bf their experience in driving
out thtse pests We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this businest,
-Scient{ic A merican, . 1.
.. See "CosTA 's" advbrtisement above.
1866.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe and sure-the most perfect
RAT.ification 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 as
distast as possible from were at was taken..
-Lake Shore. Aic , Mirror.
g&-See "f'mTA's" advertgemaent above
1866.
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with vermin
need be so no longer, if they tuse "CosaA's"
Exterminator. Wehave used It to our satin.
faction ; and if a box cost $6, we would have
It. We have tried poisons, but tifey effected
nothing ; but "Costar's"a article knocks the
breath out of Rats, Milce, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it.
It is in gtat.demaand all over the count ~
-Aenda5 Ohio, Gazette.
"CosTta's" advertisement abo
-1866,
A VOICE FROM TilE FAR WE
Speaiking of "CosTAR's" Rat, Roach,4
&o., Exterminator-...more grain andp*
'isions are destroyed annually in Gran
County by vermin, than would pay for ton :
of .this Rat and insect, Killer.-Laasts~D
Wris., lerald. .
24.8ee "CosyA's"advertiseteent aboye
1 E66.
FARMERS AND HIOUSEXERPER-, "
should recllect that hundreds of dollarw
wort of Gratn, l'rovisiona, &e., axe an
nual 17destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants, and
other inseets alad vermin-all of which can
be prevented by a fbw dollars' worth of ~
"CosTAa'a'JIat, Roach,' Ant, &e., Extev.
minator, b ght and used fubely.
See "Cos'raa's" advetesetaoe
AllDrggitsand Dealers everywhere
the South.
BARNES, WARD & Co.,
Wholesale Agei.,
june8,6#lijr New Orle., La.
jus .t'66-1yr d~ -.

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