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8C."1: SOR TO
Horsey, Auen & Co.,.
IUTS, CAP$ AND STRAW GOODS,
AO. 23 11.1NN STREET
('TIA,LESTON, S. -C.
J. H. BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCO.MMOiATION WJJARF,
C(H ARLE3TON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND SiHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libe: al 't"iv:nces- mado on consigu t outs
sept 6- law3mo
William G. Whilden & Co,
roltiM ;1LT OF
HAYIhEN I WIULDEN,
Watches, Jewelry, 'Silver Ware,
C1(OC:'ElY,'CIl1NA, GLASS WARE,
and11 l0uusc Fulrnisinlg A rtifles,.
Old Gold am! Silrer purcha.ed. 11atches and
'_'. RING-ST., CORtl OF nEA'FA IN,
C1IAli.ESTON, S. C. .
AT WHOLESALE, 'NO. 11 IlIYNE STREET
wit.n, niLU N. s.T1to31A\s, 11t.,
W't. S, 1.ANNEAU.
Wi UAl SPRI NG GOOD
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
2S7 I i-' St., 3 doors blow Wentw'otlo .
W E have 110W Oj ened a splen(li(l
Stock of Spring Goods, Eng.lish,
French fnd Americar, whih are of aIto
intnt tleiriblo styles Ihe markets cnn atford.
to 1 lantcrs l'ornishing tho Freetumen either
ior clinlittg or for hatter with them, our
wholesnio rooms offer every inducement.
I'it tation goods in every variety.
'.is being a busy season with the planter
:1and lie not able Io vilit. the city, order ac
-matlaniud with city 'referenco 'will mnct
v:itih prompt attention.
N. it. Sttinples, with price lists, sent to
an.v part of the State. Our stock consists
atll'!I ct of
1 hite Osnaburglhs. Striped Osnahurgr,
hlue )eniurs, Brown Denits. Heavy lirtwa
ihitl ings, Fino Sea Island Ilrokn Sbhir'lingr,
Itleached1 Shii-tinE! Bleached atnd Brown
ahi iugs, 64.1, 9-4, 1t)-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
aridl Strijppled Ilu Ionesptns, lBlenched
tl Brown Drills, lahok French Broad
cloths. Iosiery andt Uloves, 'Irish Linen Ili,
tlh.- piece. ToWtIs, Toweling's, Liten Dani
nal il qualities, Calicoes, - ll taialities.
)res GoodIs, .Donest ic GIing;hamas, Fiaue
Scth (inglnms,. Spring Silks and llaclr
i: Colored .tslins, in every variety,
I'irit Fronch Uinslins, White and Black
Gotls,. Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
erS' lrdon Linen Drills, i"ancy Drills. and
Togel iaer wialh every variety to be fotund
ta owr linae ;which we otlfer at.
,Wjt i .1cImA til AND) IIF.TA t.
All D)omaestic Gbotds nre soild at- a vocry
cianallit advace on Ayetas' i>rices.
We would rcsptect folly call the attention
of the c Plmaters, Mercai a ~and the ciii
i.enis L:tncially of Fat ifId B it rict, to oiur
cl'ad eeticet, uund sotlicit a call from their~
should athecy visit thle city.
STOLL,1. WElB& Co..
No. 2M7 King St. 3 doors below W~.entworh,
haburleiston, S. C.
iE C. ST'OL. Chat'rlestoni,
(CIIAIR LES WEBB,1
HI. (. WA I.,R,..
M I.L LS H1OUSE,
C'orner Queen and Meting Streets,
C HA RL E ST ON, ,S. C.
' ' IS OPU AR AND) W]'
I KNOWN 11008 11Is now fially 61ch
foar the receptiton of vIsitors, havinag baeen
refuirnishied with New and Elegant Fuarni
lure thrtoiighiout; atd tuffers to to traveller
accornmaaodationas and conveniences its na First
('hats liotcl, not to be eqiuaillod by any Nor'th
or' South. The paitroage of the publio is
lhates of Board per' day, .S4 0J
" " per month as. mnay
atgrEed on. JOSEPH P'UlICELL,
felt2-'60-.t * Proprietor.
'T HREIE months after t, appllitir
Iwill lie made to the Chnrlotte-,and
South Carolina ialrond Compan?, for re.
nepail of Certificnte of Stdek, 0 abtes., No.
150)8, dated Jnr.o 4th, 1862.. .The, salt]
('ertifica'te was issuaed Ina the name ot8amuel
Douglass, anal hias been host or destroyed.
.-JOllN 8. DJOUULA.9, Admr.
nov 21aw8ms'. -
C.A N BE J?ON: ALL KINDS OF
IN TIIE NELATST STYLES ANI
As the circilation.of our Papeis i.
rapidly iancreasing throughout the Disn
trict, we ofier' groat insducements t
the Advertising Public..
McCREIGH TS GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
(1NS made and repaired. Also, the fa
1cCREIGI[T REVERSE GRIST MILL,
FISK'S I1'AL1IC lBUIAL CASIf,
A now and neat pat torn on hand.
e -Politics and New,,
$4 p Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
PIaving the largest country circulation in the Stats
F. A. MOOD &i U. S. BIRD, Editors & Prop'e.
ihllAIN OIl., Kerosemn Oil. Conoentrate
-Lye, (lhro.tae Greeon, Tusrpentineo Xoap
Lampsj Bilack. VenIetians Red anmd Pairlos
Altiaches. i-'or sale by
' ETCIlIN, McMASTER & Co.
,C reatust IeeJsa t ir.alar
-FEer 19b1siled! f
l'inern-om large .N
'letter page. for two
S. Scet stas1.
IlE RECOGN 1ZED SP'ECIALITIES 01
Prof. Egbsert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don;~ ilobsert lierbe,o M. D, fromt Piiamdel
piia, asnd Dr. ~utge*no Velpeaiu, formeorly o
thle L,ontionii, Id Paris Venerecal IloSplIale
P'ermansenitut arlespeey cursC gusarateed o
Goniorit he. Sy phillis. Oicot, Spermatrrhmos
or Self- \buste, stndt of every possible forn
of privtto disease of'every riamse or natur
D)r. Il erbert's Ansil-Alcohsoho Compound
ass unufailing ro'nsedy for intemsperanceo; writ
Aloiuntain of Li O,80pages, 100 platea
506eutua, for $1.t 8
Dr. Jacksn's Pemale Monthly Pills; $
per bo~ extra fine S6, a cafe anid effectusu
remsedy, for all irreguslariies and obstruc
lions, from whtaloier cnus'e. tFr. Jackson'
Orientaul Invig.>urating Lininet, $2 pser bot
tIe. Senid for circular. Oesnune Freno1
3utfes $1, (I for $4,12 for $7. 'o'nd for oir
eglarsnnd wrte, you-will. prptly reely
aIsind, 'hiwr.eet and ex ntutkader. Ad
drert Dm J..ackson, HferbeW A Co., or .sim
pl.y L. I). I',x IJ6, Cinacing~i,i (Rio. Offle
'No. 1167 S.' etmoro Str'ek Modi cines so3'
intruction,s rent to any part of the country
TIN WARlE TIN WARE!!
A ARGE and varip3 afsortment of til
Jb est heavy b*e ma'de Tin Ware, os
hand and for sele'in*.
KETCtUN, Me1nfA8TER & CO.
W e e k l y Record.
r IE subsCribers will commence in the
L City of Charleston, early in Novemn
ber, a Family Journal, to be known as the
It will 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'ligence from the Churches at homae and
abt'oad, it will also contain a weekly digest
of social, mercantile and- political intelli
genoe, as well as general infortnation on
literary, scientific and agricultural subjeets,
m'..cing a journal acceptable to the city and
Ministers throughout. the South, acting
as agents ad receiving sul7scriptions, will
be entitled to a copy.
For one copy for six monthe, $2 00
For one copy for one year, 4 00
For ton copies to otlo address, for sin
months, $10 00
For ten copies to one address, for one
year, . 10 00
All subscriptions to (aie from th' first of
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One square $2 00. every subsequent in
sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on reasonable terms. "
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Address " Weekly Record," KeyBox No.:1.
Thle Ci"Iritin. Da61ly 'News.
A S native Carolinians, trio publishers
the will natur-ally look to the interest of
theirown State; na to tnat of t he Sout Ii
and as citizens of the United Stt-qs they will
not be wanting in the proper 'cam'nutt of de
votion aciu respect for the icneral Govet n
ncent.. Every etiort shall be ile to make
tlhe DA 11,' 'l I'S a first clas newspaper,
'atud in every way worthy of the patronage
of t Ie public.
Ou' terms, for the present, will be at th'
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ceived for u, 0 iind 12 months, payable in
Adlertising.-Ono squareo, ten lines, orne
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Lessa than a rq*tre, lit'teec cents per
line for first insertion ; Ilalf Price for each
Postnatters and 'others throuxhont the
country, who cmay imtere,t timm elves in
procuring suthscriptiots. will be al.owed the
usual por centage.
CATlICART, 51cIILLAN& MORTON,
No. 18 !layno St. Charleston, S. C.
''Ile Wite Man's1Paper,
THE NEW YORK DAY 30OK.
A FIRST class veekly paper, in favor of
the Constitution.- us it is, an([ the
Union as it was.
The Day Book is n4j repr.inted from a
daily, but is icde up ex'reol/ for weekly
circulation, with a careful sunnirury of tI.e
news from.all the 8tates, and all part:; of
the World, with ncarket.'Reports, Agriccul.
tural, Finance, Liot ature, &c.
TERMS C"ASH-IN AD I'A NCE.
One copy one year .. $2 00
Three copies one yetr 60
Five copies one year, and one to the
gotter up of the club, 10 00
Ten copies one year, and, one to the
. get tjr up of tlbo club, / 17*00
Twenty copies to one addre.es 08) 00
-Old subscribers to the Day Book, thc 'ough
out tha Southcern States, will receivo t,he
value still duec chem, by notifying ucs of
thme present. postoffico addcrese.
- M3end for a specimeen copy. whiclh will be
sent, postaege free, oni apepliation.
Address. giving~ postoflicib county acnd
VAN EVRIIE, HORTON & CO.,
No..102 Natssau Street, New York.
For sale by all news dlealers in cit ies and
towncs .oct 24'65.
1ew Vor'k Dily New. '
DAlLY. nnd Weekly'. 'l'he few York
-. Wee.kly News, a great family news
pnRer-lenamcin Wood Proprictor'-the
largest, best and cheapest paper pirblisheed
ine NewYork. -Single copIes, 5 cents; one
copy one year $2; three copies one ,year,
$5 50; five copies once year, $8 75; ten
copces ocie year,, $17; acnd an extra copy
to anty chctb of ten. Twenty one copies once
year, $303: the. Weekly' News is sent to cer.
gymcen aet S1 60.
sw Yonx Darr.T Nawa &-To mall sub
soribers, $10 per acnnim cn six mionthcs, $,5;
payments invariably In adyvene. Specimen
copies of Dually and Weekly News sent'free.
Daily News Building,
No. 10, City lhall Square. N. Y. City,
PUDrasNBD wUBICLY AT DARIL1NGTCX, s. C.,
BY J. M. DROWN.
EILRif8 of subseorl tIon-To scubsoribers
bg,on our book%, ,5(; lo new stubsccri
bee-$4. Advertisecilnts per square, first
Insertion, $1.50; each' subsequent lnser
Advertjiements not paId for In advance
will be contincued until paid'.for, and be
ecarged neceoc?dngly. Tc'anscient ads'ert iso
mnents mau.t be paid for in advance. Adver
'tisemonts neot mcarked for a certain ncumber'
of Insertions, wIll be continued until for.
bid, and ocarged accordingly.
Ac M'86 -
In Old Song, set to a New Tu
gT 1866. ,
".As spring "pproaches
Ants and Roaches *
From t1e& holea come oxt;.
And Slice and Rats,
in spite of cats,
Gaily skip abouat."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only iuifallUble rem dies known."
"Free from 1'oisons.'
"Not dangerous to the 1iuman Family
"R'AU4 come out of their ioles to die."
40Cste(r'1" 11ni t, R1cpacll, &kc.. E:
Is it pa.ste-nsed for Rats, Jiee, Roarhes,
IJlac/ and Red Ants, &c., &o., &c., &c.
-Caster's" Bedl-Rug Exteft'nat it
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventivo For 11ed-J1uys, &o.
it:l=(tar's" I Electricv Povdlcr li
Is for Moths, Mlosjuitors, Peas, Iled.jja
Insects on P'lants, .A'owls, Aninqls, &o.
-iy.' ! ! ! ia:wnt! ! ' of all w:>rthle
S.y See that "CosTan's" 1nmC is
v(:.1 Box. lb, tIe, atinl Fhsk. before yu bit
Liy? Address, HENRY R- COS IAR,
484 tiroad way, N.
All )rugists and Retailers cverywhe
)uthlt. l11rnes, Ward & Co., New Oean
INCIEAS1 OF RATS.--Tho Farmerr
U.,zrlte (English) asserts and proves by ti
tr+ th:mt 11ne1' pair of ItAT.S.will have alpr
;y andi d1eceat,ritts no leSs tIh:at 6.51.
ii hree ye::rs. Now. unless this imuen
ami: enn be kept. down, they would cor
,11me ,41me fiod than would sustain 65,0
SSee "CosTAnt's" ad vert isement abov
IRATS versuns I3IRDS,-Whoever engag
n shooting small hird is a eruel 1an' wth
iver ails in externinating rats is a benera.
or. We should like sojno one to give
ho benefit of their experience in drivii
ut thcse pests We neel sotmething h
iles dogs, eats, aid traps for this businec
-Ver.lific Anrican. X. 1.
, See "'Cos"c.t t's" advert isement abov
"COSTA.1 R'S" RAT, EXTERBIINATOR I
inple, sife and lsure-the lmost perteet
RAT-ification meeting we have over aittenil
sd. Every Rat that. can get it, preperl
repared, will eat it, and every otno th:1
nats it will die, generr"'.' at some lace ii
lstuant as possible fronm were it was takem
- Lake S/tore. Mich , Mirror.
gdf-See "Cesra's" advertisement abovy
IOUSEKEEP'ERS troubled with vermui
need he so no longer,. if they use -'Corran's
kxterminator. We bave used it, to our saui
ratctipu; aundl ifa box cost $5, we would lhat
A Ve hamve tried poisotis, but they etfecms
ntothigi; but: "Cost ar's" article knucks ih
breath out of Rtats, Mice, Roaches, Ant.
and lied-Untgs, quicker E.an we cani writei
It is in great doemand all over the counmtry
-a-Mendina, Ohio, Gazette.
3P. Xee "C osrar's" advortisement abov
A VOICE FROM TIlE FARL WEST.
Sppaking of "CosTa's" Rat, Roaeli An
&e., Exterminator--"more gralu and pr
visions are desfroyed annually in tra
County by vermin, than would pay for ton
bf.t.his Rat and Ingeot Killer.-Launcaete
2,. See "CosanA'h'adver'tisement aboy
FARMhERS AND fMJf8EKEEPIiIS
should recollect that htundireds of dollar
worth of Orain, Provisions, &o., are an
inually destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants, an
other liseets atnd verina-all of whIch oans
be prevented by a rev dollars' worth of
"Cos?an's'- Rat, Roach, Ant, &o.,' Exter
mninator, bouight and utsed freely.
Em See "*CoSTA n's" advertisemnent above,.
W#,. Sold ,
All Druggists anud Dealers everywhere
DARNEST WARD & c6.,