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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 219 KING ST., CUARLESTON, S, C.
- OW opening one of the best. assorted
J. Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, of.
fered in.many years, all qualities frotn the
'owest grades to the finest Fabrices, all got
.eu up expressly for this Market, b3b one
or the largest Manufacturing Houses in the
country. Also, a Full Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
And a large stock of
Poreign and Amerlca .Cloths, and Coa
timers and Veatings,.
which will be made up to order in the bent
styles, under the care of a first class
CUTTER FROM EUROPE.
A Liberal Discount made to Dealers.
Plantation Qlothing for Freedmen, from
Grey English kersey.
U. W. M 'TURIEOUS, Wv MATHIESsON,
JESSE H. BOLLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALL ERY,
N. E, COR, KING & MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LikeneSses of all Kinds taken .in the
highest perfection of the art.
It. W. oA.I. W. It. UI.,AMY, 0. 0. ROBINSON.
R. W, GALE & 00.,
45 and 48 WENTWORTII STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Carriages, Buggies, I[ariiess, &c.
ALSO, AOENTS FOR
Robinson & Sons'
' tStretcheil, Cemented and Rivited
D\OU BrX and Single comprising all desira
.1 ble widths. Every Belt warranted to
give perfect satisraction, and sold at manu
facturers prices.. oct 9-3m
HEAD QUARTERS, !
His EM'ORitM or -
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES
20 KING STREET,
(three doors below Wentworth.)
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
JSTABISHHED in the year 1851, in this
.Li city, has opened, for the inspection of
the public, the most Splendid Assortment of
Toys, Jolls, Games, China Toilet Goods,
beautiful MsntleplecS Orna.meVts, Ladies'
. Work-Boxes, Jewel Casesa, &c., I-rench Con.
fectionary, Fireworks, &c., suitable for
Presents for the coming IIolidays, such as
ate not to be tonnd in any other establish.
mnent in the South, pnd to which the pro
, prietor respectfully solicits attention.
Accordoons, Hiarraonicas, Potdemonnaies,
Bags, Ueads, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery,
Pipes and T1obacco, Kerosene Oil and
'Lamps in thie treatest Variety,,&c.
A liberal discount will be made on all
goods sold to dea.ers, and
TOYS AND FIREWORES
can be purehased in $5. $10, $20, $50 and
$100 Iota, pnt up to suit the country trade.
All packages are put up with care, and
wiil be sent, per exprees, to any address
ipon recipt of Cash, or C. 0. D.
* FRtED VON SANTEN, Proprietor.
Importers and Dealers
North-easg earner 1eetlug saiIar et*,
CHIARLESTON, 8. O0
* NVITE the Trade to etaane eIt$
.1and varied assortment of.6
BJonnets and Hats, ttlae4 ed A 6 10..
Horsey,- Auen & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRkW GOODS,
NO. 2& HA1YNB S'TREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. H. BAGGET, & c0.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, "8.' C
Give:their attention': exelueive,y to the
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe: al Advances mad. on consigu m ents
sept 0- lawsmo
William G. Whilder & Co.,
. ORMRLY or.
HAYDEN & WHILDEN,
Watches, Jewelry, SiIer Ware,
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE,
and House Furnishing Articles.
Old Gold and Silver purchased. Watches and
255 KING-ST., CORNeR "OF UEAUFAIN,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AT WHOLESALE, NO. 11 HAYNE STREET
WM. 0. WUILDEN, S. THOMAS, JIt,
WM. 8, LANNRAU.
NEW SPRI NG GO OD
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANVCROFT'S OLD STAND.
287 King St., 3 doors'Below Wentworth
W E 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 planters furnishing the i reedmen either
for clothing or for harter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
PIlantation'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 referegoe *111 meet,
with prompt attention.
N. 11. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State.' Our stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburghe, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denim., Brown Denims. Uioavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shir.ings, Bleached and BroWn.
Shirtings, 6-4, 9.4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns, Bleaohed
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, H6siery and Gloves, 'Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelinge, Linen Dam.
dsk, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, .Fine
Scotch Gingham@, Spring $ilks and Black
Silks, C red Musline, in every variety,
Fine F h l Iuslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
era' Broi. Linun Drills, Fancy Drills andi
Together with eviry variety to be found
n our line ; which we offer at
All Domestic' Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents'' pngoes.
We would respectfully1pall the at tentiob
of the Planters, Merchants, and the ilti
sens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit;a call from t,hear
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB'& CO.
No. 287 King St.., 8doors below Wisotw4rab
Charleston, 8. 0.
HI. C. STO%LL, ..- Charlest.q,
C HA RL ES WEBB, .
MILLS H OUSF~
Corter Queen an,d' Jedag Sl,',t.
CHRA R L NTO1, . C,
N UWOUB-I Sow full ,,ep6n
.* the w.4j6 bf fisitor., has$sgn been
wef~tuh yih ew a n4 Elegait Fti.
b eaequlley any ortly
p af'ronag. of the g# bdl is
~ *9O~4~ per day, - p03
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
IN THE NEATEST STYLES AN.
A N the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, wo 6Oor 'great inducements to
the AMvertising Public.
MoCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
GINS made and repaired. Also, the fa
inous' ' .
NleCREBIGT REVBRSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S NISTALLIC I,UlIAL CASES,
a now and.neat patterp ou. i nd.
aug.21r6mg . -
S-Politics and News,
- Aulmly JournaL
$4 p'r Aunnp.
IN 0iG MAMMOTH SHEET,
HaIgrgest country olroulatlon inthe B tate
-w . 8. BuRD;' FAmon & PrOp'e.
IrRAIN OIL,- Kerosene Oil, Coneentyated
Lye, Chrome Gireen, Turpenti.e soup,
Lamp Black, -Vene'lan Red and Parlor,
Inteh.os. 'For sale by .-.
* ETFACHlIN, McMASTrER &. CO.
-letter pae for two
- aCent stamps,
THE IRE OGNI'LED 8PECIAL1'IES OF
Prof. Egbert .Taekson, formerly of Lon
don, Robert Hlerbert, M. D., j'om lFblladol.
phlis; and Dr. Eugene Yelpeau,. formerly of
the London andl Paris Venureal>HospIils.
Permanent and speedy cure.sg grAote1 .of
.Gonorrhe, Syplt Ills, Oleet, Spannet s.
or Self-Abuse, and of ever*epoessib-'f~
.of privatd -disease of every naiajod0 jKi
' P.- Hle*bert?s Anti-Alcohoboc Co* ' q4,
an ltnfailthg ro'nedy for intemporancgj
for' particulua. ..
'Mountain of ILight', 800 page*, 10P4
59 ontis; 3 for $1,
0 Dr. J*son's'emalo MonthlyP~sA
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remedy,E alj Irregitlarltiges ant~q
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Orient al J,nvlguratin TinIment; $2 i#fpt
tie. Bend for eIl ar.* Genuia~4hJ
Safe. $1,, fow.$4,12 ford7. -.4Z~
oular andwrri, ayou *1llpr1
a kind. , oeeC end. expicoia~
dressD Jalcon lobv ?
ply: P. 0O oi480, Cjnoinngg,~i d
NIo t67 tio,re Street, ci
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.For sale by all news dealers In cities-and
tow#ns - oct 24'165
154ov Voi, DasIlyNevut
DATLY land. Weekly. Tfle Neto- York
.J- Wekly .Neto, a great family -neiw
paper--B9njamah Wood Proprietor-the
I ar est, best and cheapest, pAper 'publisihed
jln NewYork. Single copies, 6 cents; one
e6py one year. $2; three: co-pIes 9ne year,
$6 60;. five copies cne yer, 75, ten
64pies one year, $1-' and aji 'e ta copy
a, otbo ten 5eoepip, one
ya; 0:.he .YIt.Q euvsp&tQ cler
-. t.aw oaxn d 00b
l'ornhrs, $js0 $e-o f
ptfte$.ne ri ge
opIesI Da u 4e
n-Old Song, set to a New UMe
:fGun Iiu.1 -ki'e1
Fromi thur %o'c, come out
And Mici aif-llbt,
In spite-o cala,
Gaily akip about."
"18 y.eare ePtablKi ed in. N. Y. City."
"Onl-,. infalible_remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous fo the Human Family."
"Rata cone out of their holes to die."
'Conter't" Rat, Ronah, &c.. Ex.
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Anis, &c., &c., &o., &u.
'otMier's" Bed-Bag Externitna
Is. a liquid or wash-tene to destroy,
also as a preventive for ied-Itus, &o.
t;aoRtur's" Elecrtri' Powder for
. luieta -t .
Is for Motha, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Buys,
Insccta on Plants, Fe Animals, &o.
!j' ! ! i WAtxt. .! of all w.irthless
fu:ay- See that "'OSTit's" name is on
ach Box, Bottle, and Flask, beforo you buy.
fAy- Address, HENRYR.COS TAR,
AQVI Sold 48-i roadway, N. Y. -
* " By
All Drungists and Retailerb overywle
iouth. Barnes, Waid & Co., New Orleans,
INCIEASE OF 1ATS.- The Farmer''
?ozele.(English) asserts and prove: by tig
ires that one pajr of RATS will have a pro
eny and decendnnts no less than 651,060
wI three ye:rs. Now, unless thiy inmmense
anily can he kept dowq, they would con
'llu mote food than \vould sustain 05,000
l6'? Seo "CosT.'s"advrtisement above,
RATS versus I1IDS.'--Whoever etgages
i shooting small birds is a cruel man ; who
ver aids in exterminating rats is a benefto
or. "1W should like somo one to give ut
ho,benetit:.of their experience in driving
it these pt-sts We need something le..
1des dogs, cats, and trups for this busine..
-Scientific A criran. N. Y.
E.ee "'Cosin's" advertisement abovo. .
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINA'FOR In
mitnple, afe and sttre-the most perfect,
RIAT-if iation meeting we have over attend
d. Every Rat that. can get it, pro erly
repared, will eat it, and every ont fthat,
"ats it will die, generally at some place a s' "
list ant as possible from were it was taken.
-' Luke Shore. Mich ,.irror.
Efi fSeo "Cosraa's" advertisemetabove
7IlS' . '''RS I lbledl with v&i'miu
neced b e so n '. r,if they unc "Co a's"
E'xtermianitor. h . eousied it to our 5atis..
t'action; and itf ia box co $5, we would have
LI. We hate tried pois#a.s, but- they effected
nothing; but "Costar"'s" artiecknock4tbo,
breauh out of Rats,- Mice. Roaches, Ants,
ati led-Bugs, quicker tha~n we can wrlite it.
it is ini great dlemand all over the cunt rye.
-Mendma,u, Ohaio, Gazette.
Ed 8ee "C Oevai's" adyertisement above
AVOICE FROM TilE FAR 'WEST....
Speaking of "CosaTan's" Rat, Rosohi, Anut'.
&c., Ete gator-"diforg grain and fro
visions ul yad annially in .(gan
oubyanwould pay fri ton
..See "CdaT'an s" a4v
Q 1, t tha6.')undreds of.
byaint, 1ic'e, Ants.
,ow.mert.gll 4f whq h
Ri.- fewM*lars o