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EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF
1lIi1ESA1LE ANI) RFrAYL
AT
NO. 219 KIEN ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 oW opening one of the best assorted
. Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of
Iered in many years, all qtalities from tho
'~west grades to the finest Fabrics, all got.
.eu up expresly for this Market, by one
of the largest Manutacturing louses in the
cuttu.ry. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Foreigi and American Cloths, and Cas
uilRers and lestings,
which will be made up to. order in the best
styles, utider the care of a first class
('TTTER FROM EUROPE.
* A l.ihral DIiscount ntade O lDealers.
P'lantation Ctlothing for Freedmen, from
Grey Iltglish Kerslt_.
1. W. ?I'TUIu.:o,s, WM MATIIT.SON,
S,it,wrintendtatt. Agent.
oct m lm
JESSE 11. BOLLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
. N. E. C0R.KING & MARKET MS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Likenesses of all Kinds taken in the
S highest p'erfection of the art.
oct Il-Yt.
n. W. UALI:. w. H. U: .I.31Y, U. e. RO D OINSON.
R. W. GALE & CO.,
45 and 48 -WENTWORTIH STREET,
CHARiESTON, S. C.,
DEALERS IN
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, &c.
AI.SO, AGENTS FOR
Robinson & Sons'
P nIStretclhed, Cemented and Rivited
LEATIIER BELTING.
DtOUB13I: and Single coniprising all desira
. ble widths. Every Belt, warranted t6
give perfect satisfaction, and sold at manu.
facturers prices. oct 9-3m
S.AN..TA CIA.CTS
HEAD QUARTERS, !
tis EMPORIUM OF
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GAM1ES
FRENCH CONFECTIONARY,
AND
Firewoi'1.,
AT
290 KING STREET,
(Three doors below Wentworth.)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
FSTABLISIIED in the year 1851, in this
city, has oponed, for the inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Assortment of
Toys, -Dolls, Gatnes, China Toilet Goods,
, beautiful Mantlepiece Ornaments, Ladies'
* Work-Boxes, Jewol Cases, &c., French Cotn..
fectionaty, Fireworks, &c., suitable for
P'resents for theonyng hlolidays, such as
.are not to be found in any other establish
mnent in the South, and to which the pro
prietor respect fully solicits attention.
Accordeons, Iliarmonicas, Portoemonnaies,
Bags, Beads, Combils; Brushes, Pertfumnery,
Pipes and Tobaceco, Kerosene Oil and
Lamps ig the Greatest Variety, &c.'
A liberal dlisootmt will be mtado on all
gootis sold to dea.ers, tand
TOYS AND) FIREWORKS
e-in he pturohasedl in $5, $10, $t0, $50 andl
$100 lots, putt uip to stilt thme coutry t rade.
.All piickage.s ar putt tip with care. anil
will be sent-, per express, to inty adldress
upon teceipt ot' Casja, or C. 4). 1).
FR ED) VON 14ANTEN, Proprietor.
oct 9--3m .
. ESTABLISHED 1854.
LEN@NIC & SELL,.
IlliptIrit'r f%ildt DeN Ilei
MILLINERY, STRAW,
North-east corner ilettinlg aInd Market Sis.,
C (IIAK e:STON, S. C.
1 NVIT'E the Trado to exaine their futll
and varied assuriment. of
p ,unnets. and Ilat.s, trimmined and uintrim
mued. -
Itibbons, of all desoriptions,
:-. oit a, Veils, ot ntgwes detsiitts,
Ituch4ls, Lnces, Crapes, Silkit,
C,rrden. Skirttj. &c. &c. cet 0
F. HORSEY,
SUCCESSOR TO -
Horsey, Auen & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
NO. 25 IIAYNE STREDT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sapt. 18-i
J. H. BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCOMlMODATION 'WHARF,
CHAR.ESTON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
stile of
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe:al vivance3 mado on consignm ents
s -pt 6-1 nw3mo
FOR PALATKA,
Fernaidina, Jacksonville, and all
the Landings on the St.
John's River.
e VIA
SAVANNAHl, GA.
TIE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
DICTATOR,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
ON amd after the 26th October, this fine
S.HIP 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.
J. D. AIKEN & CO.t Agents
sept 29-tf
NEW SPRI NG GOOD
DRY GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King &t., 3 doors Below Wentworth
TE have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French-and Ameriaan, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Frectmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
'Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a1 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 aburghs, Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Denims. Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown ?hirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10.4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
andi. Stripped Blue Hlomespuns. Bleached
and Drown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths. Hosiery artd Gloves. Iribh Linen by
the piece. Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam-.
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic' Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Bilks,and Black
Silks,/Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Cot tonades.
Toget1:er with every variety .to be found
n our line ; which we offer at.
WilI.SA I. ANil tti-T.\ i..
All D)omaestiu Goods are sotl at a vcry
Ismall advance on Agents'prc.
.We would respectt'ully call the attention
of t he l'lateris, Merchats . 'andI tire cii
tens geuerally of Fairtheld D)istrict, to our'
advert isement. and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOr.L, WEBB & C0..
No. 287 King St., 8 dloorst below Wentwori)',
Charleston, 8. C.
jr c. srTOLL, Charleston,
tHiAIlLE$ WEBlB, '
Ii. C. WALKEit.*
ja n 18'60-1y r
MILLS HOUSE,
C,orner Queen aid Mleeting Streeta,
C HA RL E STO0N., 8. C.
' iS POPULAR AND WELL
. KNOWN HOUSE is now fully open
for the reception of visitors, hiavinag been
refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
ttire thron~ghotit; and offers to the traveller
acconuinodotinns and eonvenienes as a First
(Class Hotel, not to be egnalled by any North
or Sout h. The patronage of the public Is
respectfully solicited.
Rates of 'Board per day, . $4 0')
agreed op. JOSEPH PUlIOE,J1,,
feb 04'116 -tit Prpsioo.i
AT THE
FAIRFIELD IIItALD
AND
TBI-WEEKLY NEWS
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK,
IN THE NEATEST STYLES AND
WPTHi'
'DISP.ATOEE.
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer great inducements to
the Advertising Public.
1MeCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
IN made and rppaired. Also, the fa
t mous
McCREIGHT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a new and neat pattern on hand.
aug 21-6mo
, -Politics and News,
WEEKLY
RECORD.
A Famly Junal
1ofAIILIrOH 0.e.I -
$4 pnr Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Having the largest country circulation in the State
F. A. MOOD & U. S. BIRD, Editors & grop'e.
Machinery Oil
TRAIN OIL, Kerosene Oil, Coneentrated
Lye, Chrome Green, Turpenti.n.e Soap.
Lamp Black, Venetian Red and Parloi
Matches. For sale by
KETCHIIN, McMASTER & CO.
set11-tif
4a
Grts slind i rea lr
letter pae for two
TIlE RECOGNIZEDl SPECIALITIES OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
dons. RLobert. ierbert, M: T)., frcnm Ph ibidel
piai. and Dr. Eugene Vel penu, formerly' o,
t he London and Par,i Vene,real IIr siracc
Pernuent and i'pee(11y cures gur:ira fed 01
(Gon,or:I-. $yph.illis,.G6lent, Sp.ermntorrhe
or Self-Atbuse, and of every-possible fory
of pr'jite disense of every name or. nactur(
whantsoever.
Dr. lierbert 's Anti-Alcelooh Coimponnd.
an sufuiling re-nedy for intemperance ; writt
fut- particunlars.
Moungain of Light, 300 pages, 100 plates
50 cents. 3 for $1.
Dr. Jlackson's Pemnalo Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra-nne S6. a safe and effectuul
remedy, for all Irregutlarit.es nod obstruc.
lions, from what eve'r cautse. Dr. Jackson't
Oriental Inivigorat:ing Liniment, $2 per bot
tie. aSend for circublar. Genuine Freo
;Safes $1. 6 for $4.12 for $7. Sed for cir
cuilar atnd write, you will promptly receiv<
a kind. dIiscreet .nnd . edolt answer.- Ad
dress Dra. Jackqon, lherbert. & Co., or 'unm.
ply P. O- Box 186, Cincinnaji, gOhiio. Oflier
No. 167 Sycamore Street. Medicines and
ins'truaction,s senteto any patrt 4f the country
June 12'60-Omo
TIN WAR1 ! TIN WARE!!
A LARGE'and varie.I assortment of the
Ibesti leavy lome niado Tin .Ware, on
hani and for gale' low.
KlUTCIIIN, McMASTER & CO.
oct 18Jrt
P ROS8 P EC EUS
oF THU.B
W eekly Record.
TIIE subscribers will commentp In the
City of Charleston, early in Novom
ber, 'a Family Journal, to be known asi the
WEEKLY RECORD.
It will contain eight pages of flue paper
and clear type, and will make when bound,
a volume of permanent value.
While containing all the latest religious
intelligence from the Churches at home and
abroad, it will also contain 1 weekly digest
of social, mercantIle and political intelh
gence, as well as general information on
literary, scientific and agricultural supjects,
making a journal acceptable to the city and
country reader.
Ministers throughout the,South, acting
as agents apd receiving subscriptions, will
be entitled to a copy. .a
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 sit
months, . $1600
For ten copies to one address, for one *
year, 90 00
Ali subscriptions to date frot ifk first of
the month in which received.
AUVERTiSINe RATES.
One square $2 00; ivery aubseqnent in
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reafopable ternis.
U. S. BIRD, F. A. MOOD.
Address "Weekly Revord," KeyloxNo. 8.
oct 24'65.
The Charlesten 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 DA ILYNE 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 $10 per annum. Subscriptions re
ceived for 8, 6 and 12 months, payable in
advance.
Advertising.-One square, ten lines, one
insertion, One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Each continuation, Seventy-five cente.
Less than a square, Fifteen cents per
line for first insertion ; Half Brice for each
continuation.
Postmasters and others throughout the
country, who play interest themselves in
procuring subscriptions, will be allowed the
usual per centage.
CATHCART, MoMJLLAN & MORTON,
Proprietors,
No. 18 Hlayne St. Charleston, S. C.
oct 24'65
The While vaaa's Paper.
THE NEW YORK DAY BOOK.
A FIRST class weekly papers in favor of
. the Copstitution as it is, and the
Union as it was.
The Day Book i$ not reprinted from a
daily, but is made up expressly for 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, Literature, &o.
TERMS OASII-IN ADVA NCR.
One copy one year $2 00
Three copies one year 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 ol%Lb, 17 00
Twenty copies to one address 80 00
Old subscribors to the Day Book, through
out the Southern SateN, will receive the
value still due them, by ,notifying us of
the present postoffice address.
Send far a specimen copy, which will be
sent, postage free, on application.
Address, giving postoflice, 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 24'65
New Vork Daily News.
Df) L n Weekly. T.he NewYo
. Wely News, a great family news.
pape)~r--lenjain Wood Proprietor--tlie
largest. best and cheapest paper published
in New Yui'k. Singl'e copies, 6 cents; one
copy 0one year $2;,threo copies 'one year,
85 5b0; five copies one year, $8' 75; ten
t3opies one year, $17; and an extra copy
to any club of ten. Twenity one copies one
.year, $80: tthe WieekilF News Is sent to oler
gf'men at $1 60,
Nsw Yoiux DAIL.Y NEWS -To mall sub
acriberr-, $it0 por annui; six months, $5;
-payments invariably in advance. Specin4en
oopies of Daily arid Weekly News sent'free.
.BENJ. WOOD,.
Daily News Building,
*No. 10, City iltSquanre. N. Y. City.
Oct 24't65
Time Soutltieraser,
PUnLiStED wRRKI,Y AT DAR5LINGTcN, 5. 0.
BY J. M. BROWN.
TERMS of siubscription-Te -subscribers
on our books, $8.-0; to new subscri
bers. $4. Adlvertisements per square, first
insertion, $1.60; each subsequent Inser
tion $1.
Advertisements .not paid for In advance
will be continued untit paid for, and be
charged accordingly. TIranscient adve.rtise
ments must be paid for in advance. Adver
isementa not maurkedl for a c eman number
of ins6htionis, will lhe centanueel until for
bid. and. charge.d accordingly.
eel o is:r
An Old Song, set to a N,u Tu*i
. 6t 1866. .g
"Ae spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out,
And Mice and R&ts,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip;about."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.o'
"Rate come ont of their holes to die."
"Coater's" Eat, Roach, &c.. Exr
ter's,
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mics, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &o., &o., &o. g
"toster's" Bed-Bug Exte issina
tor.
Is liquid or wash-used to destroy,
al as a preventive for Bed-Bwgs, &o.
"Costar's'" Electric Powder for
Ismects
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
, !i BsWAR I ! of all worthless
imitation.
SW See that "CoiTAR's" name. is on
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
3- Address, HENRYR.CO8TAR, -
484 Broad way, N. Y.
3g- Sold
'S- By
All Dru~gists and Retailers everywhere
South, Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.--The Parmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by ig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro.
geny and decendants no less than 651,060
in three yerrs, Now, unless this i mmense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 66,000
humap'beings.
A - See "CosrAn's"advetisement above.
1866.
RATS versus BIR1S-Whoever*engages
in.shooting small birds is a cruel man; who
ever aids In extermnating rats is a benefac
tor. We should like some one to give us
the benefit of their" experience in driving
out these pests We need something be-.
sides 4ogs, cats, and traps for this busines .
-Scient ie American. N. Y.
IR. See "CosTAn's" advertisement aboves.
1866.
"COSTAR'S" RAT XTERMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure-the most perfect
RA T-ification meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that eas get it, properly
prepared, will eat it, and every one that
eats it will die. generally at-some place a s
distant as r ,ile from were it was taked.
-Lake Shore, Mich, Mrror.
3&-8ee "Cosa's" advertiSement ab.ee
.- 1866. -
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled. with vermia
need be so no longer, if they use "CoeTA a's"
Exterjninator. Wehaveused it toonr satis
faction ; and If a box cosi $6, we would have:
it. Wo have tried poisoni, bat they ef'ecfedi
nothing ; but "Costar's' airticle knocks the
breath out of Rats, Mice, Rloaches,' Ants,.
andl Bed.lugs, quicker than we oan write it..
it is in great demand all ovei- the country,
-Mendin,a, Ohio, Gazette.
3m.8 ee "C osmia"advertiseent abve
A OIE1866e
AV CEFRlOM THE FAR WET.
Speaking of "CosTAR's" Rat, Roach, Amt
&c., xtermin-ator-"more grain and pvo'
visions are destroyed annually in Gran
County by vermin, than would pay for fem
of this Raf and bIsect K411er.-Lancaster
Wis., Herald.
24. te "CosyA's"advertisement aboys
H 66.
IARMEJR8 AND HOU8E.REEPE,R
should reco,llect that hundrejls of dollar*
worth of G rafnu, Provisions, &o., nre as
nutally destroyed by Rats, Mice,. Ants, asd
other insteous arnd vermin--all of which caa
ha prevented by a fow dollars' worth et.*
"CosTaa'' Rat, Roach, Aut, &c., Exter
Iminator, bonght and usedl freely.
S',8 "Cosva's"advertisement'above,
A ll brug ist nd Dealers everywhere
IBARNE8, WVARDS
june 5'6 Wloeprg~u

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