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JESSE II. B(LLES'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
N. F. COR. KING & MARKET STS.,
C1IAl11LESTON, S. C.
1.il:enessseg of all Kinds taken in the
highet perfecti:>n ofi the art.
uct 11-3m
w. OALE. W. H. BLLLAMY, U. U. ROB1NNO:.
R. W. GALE & 00.,
45 and 48 WENTWORTII STREET,
CIARLESTON, S. C.,
DEALER IN
Ca'i'riages, Buggies, Hariess, &c.
ALSO, AGI'NT VOL
Robinson & Sons'
Stretchctl, Cemened and Riritrd
LEATHER BELTING.
I0UOBLr and Siugle co pirising all desira
U ble widtli. Every Belt warranted to
give perfect satir.fuction. iid vold at ttianu
f:lcturerls: prices. ;ct 9-.'1m
S:A.~TT.& CL.A.CSs
HEAD QUARTERS, !
111s LtL'0t(it or
F.NCY oos, TOYS, DOLLS, cU11ES
I"R EN C I ('ONFECITIONARl.Y,
A NI'
Fi r O'w7Ortr mc,
AT
'"30 ING; STREET,
- Tree tdors below Wouet Ith.)
CHARLESTON, S. C,
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR.
~' S'T1A LMSfEl> in the car 1851, in this
.e city, hae ope'ned, ot the inepection of
the public, the niost Spleadidf Assortment of
'oys, Dolls, Gi:iinets, China 'Tuilt (hod.,
beautiful M intlepiece Orn:nttts, Ladies'
Work-Boxes..1(nel Cases, &c., French Cum.
fe'iumnary. Firewor1"ks, &e., suitable for
I'esents for thes coming llolidays, such as
are not to be found in any other estabiish
nient in the Suulth. and to which the pro.
prietor reapectlfully solicits ittention.
. ordeui"l'uis, IIar1'nonicas, 'ortemonunics,
I;a,', ile,tds, Combs, 1Brushev, P'ert'umery,
'ipWs n. 'T1ob:tco, liersene Oil and
Lamps in the (Greate=t Vuriety, &e.
A liberal (iscouit will he made on all
good121 s" l'h to deta.ets, and
TOYS AND FIREWORIIKS
can he pur::basel in $5. 6111, _'0. ?,,U and
$ IuO lots, ptit up to uit the country trade.
All packagl.s are put up wit It care, and
will be seut, per exp.IrIs. to :ny addrete
upon receipt of Cash. tr C. O 1).
P llD V'N SA NTlI:.N, 1'ropriet or.
oc.t 9-2m
ESTABLISHED 1854.
LENGNIC & SELL,
lIlportersllnd Deliers
I\
MILLINERY, STRAW,
AND
North-east corner lleeting :ll 'ir!(et St,,
CHAR,LESTON.. R .
NVITEa: itei Trade tou o.ncthi fullm
Races 219 :: KIN eS, CIItlEy, S..
orec . irian y&c., t&lc.u liti f-omth
Coutr. AlO a Pul I 3ormtu o ,
NO,E 219 KINSllALEOODS.
ANOW opreg tone ofth betaord
tockiof Fanl andeWint Clothng, Caf.
eedinm ers, and quatigsfo h
wowil beradest tep to: ore ,th hallg
ofle,we the cotMaufacturin lousesiah
AcLibr.AsoFul Assoul rtm~ ent of
Ge ENglSh FURsHI00
F.Wori andt Wneicl ClotiIs, ad Cas
9tp inttraand eti ge
ohic will bemd pt re nteha
tyls ne h ae fatr,ls
F. IORSEY,
sUCCESSOnt TO
Horsey, Au'en & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW OODS,
NO. 26 1A YNE STR''T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sapt 18-l1mt
J. H. BAGQET, & 00.,
FACTORS, 10 ACCO1110DAT10N WHARF,
CHARLlESTON, S. C
Give their attention exclusively to the
al'! of
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON
Libo: al 'Wvanies made on consigu mcnts
sept t)-law:3mlo
William G. Whild'en & Co.,
1"Q1Jt:RLY OF
HAYDEN & WHILDEN,
DEALERS IN
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware,
CROCKERY, CHIINA, GLASS WARE,
antid louisc Furnisling Articles.
Old Geld and iirer purchased. Watches and
Jeu1ry repaired.
255 KIS"-T., Cu1trt: or 1E.AUFAIX,
CllA1RLES' N,S. C.
AT WYIOLES.ILE, NO. 11 IIAINE STREET
W 'it. . Wnl LnEN. S. THOM'AS, JR.,
WM. ,L.\SNNALU.
nov '27-t
NEW SPRING GOOD
DRY GOODS
t,IIARLESTON IIOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCIZOFT'S OLD STAND,
2 . King St., 3 dvrs1Below Wentworlh
s have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Amoricar., which are of the
11101 desirable styles the markets can afford.
To piiaers furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for hai ier with Ihem, our
whules:1le rooms offer every inducement.
1'halt ati"sn goods in every variety.
1hs leing it bu"y season with the planter
and e not able to visit the city, orders nc.
corapalnied with city reference will meet
witi llom1pt tlltelltiol.
N. It. u:amples, with price lists, sent to
ny part fit' the Siate. Our satok consists
111 part u
White Osnaburghs. Striped Osnahurge,
Ble Denims. Urbwn Denims,. Heavy Brown
Shirt iing, Fino Sea Island Brown Shirtinge,
lilenclhed Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirting:. ti-4. 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Siripped Blue Ilomespans. Bleached
and Brown Drills, lilnek French Broad
elothts, Iloviery and Gloves, Irish Linen aby
he picc. Towels, Towelings, Linen Dan
a.k, all qualities, Calicoes. ail qualities,
)ress Gooods. Domestic (iinghams, Fin
Stotch Ginghans, Spring Silks anul Black
llks. Colored Muslins, in every variety.
I'ino French ultulins, White and lilack
Gen.iv, Fnairmors' Brown Linen Duck, Farn
ers' Brown iinen Drills, Fatncy Drills and
Conttonadles.
Together s' v. 'ery variety to be foud
n our linc; :'. we offer at
Wit i '.At-E AND) tRET. It.
All Donesti Goods fare '1ohl at a vcry
ii1nlti avante Oat Ayts ' priices.
We u 'A ild respect tailly c.al Ilii th i attention
of the Phunaiers, ,ialenuis, iaiid the ciii.
c*ens i.enerllyv of F.aiiraed Ditrict, to astr
otlve rtisemiet, and soli.,it. a call frome thtea
should they visit uthe city.
STOLL, WEBlB& CO.,
No. 297 King Si., .8 doors h'low Wenftworth5
Chaarlextona, S. C.
Hf I'. STOLL,. Chaarlotoni,
Cil.\RLF.s WP,BB.
it C. W A LKE-Lt.
jnt 18'60 -- lvyr
MILLS HOUSE,
Corner Queen and Mectiny Stre,ts,
C HA RL E ST ON, S, C.
THIS POPULAR AND WELL
.NOVWN IhOUSE is now fully opean
for flir reception of visitors, having been
refuarnihaed willa New nad Elegant Furnl
'ure throughout; aind offers to theo traveller
acconuimodatiolis and conveienes aa a Firt
Class, Iotel, not to be equalled by any North
or Sotuth. The pratronage of the puablio Is
rospectfully solicited.
Rates of Board per day. $4 00
" " per mouth s many
agreed on. JOSElIH PURtCELL,
feb 24'66-ttf ProprIetor.
NOTICE.
rIfRJEE moanths after dale, apploiain
wvill be made to the Charlotte and
South Carolina Bliiroad Company, for re.
naewal of Cortificato of Stook, 6i sharce, No.
1698, dated Jur.e 4th, 1882. The said
Certificate was Issued in the name of Samuel
rouglass, andl has been lost or destroyed.
JOH N S. DOUL'IAS, Adwr.
nov 21-I atw3m .t
AT THE
FAIRFIELD HEATNLDt
AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
CAN BE DONE ALL KINDS OF
JOB WORK,
IN THE NEATEST STYLES AND
WITH
-o
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we offer groat inducements to
the Advertising Public.
McCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISED IN 1800.
('1 INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
mous
meCREIGOT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'8 METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a new and neat pattern on hand.
aug 21-6mo y
r-Politics and News,
WEEKLY
* RECORD.
A Family doural,
es.,r s.c.
$4 par Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Earing the largest ountry oiroulation in the State
F. A. MOOD & U. 8. BInD, Editors & Prop's.
Machinery Oils
1RAIN OIL, Kerosene Oil, Concentrated
ITLye-. Chromec Green. Turpentine Soap,
L.amp Black. Venetian Red and Parlor
. \ hatcs. For sale by
KETCHIN, MoMATER & CO.
sept 11-if
G@reeslemEd.at ralemr
3,., MridIl
letternsa. hearw
TIlE ICECOGNIZED 8PECIALITIES OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don. Rocbert. ferbert, M. D., from Phailauiel
plhin, and Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formerly of
the London anad P'aris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent. and a peedy cures guaranteed of
Gonortihea, $yphaillis. Gleet, Spernmatorrhcea
or Self-A buse, and of every possible form
of private dis~ease of overy name or nature
whaataoever.
Dr. Heorbert's Anti-Alcoholto Compound.
an uin railing ro'nedy for intemaperance ; write
for particulars.
M ounn nin of Light, 800 pages, 100 plat es,
60 cents. 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pillat $1
per box, extra fine $6. a usfs and effectuu
remedy, for all irregalarities and obstrue-.
tions, front whatever cause. Dr. Jackson's
Oriental Invig.rating Liniment, $2 per bot
tie. Send for circular. Genuine French
Safes $1. 0 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir
cular and write. you will prmptly recive
* kind. discreet and expl bit answer. Ad
dreen Dre. Jackson, H(erbert & Co., or slim
ply P. 0. Box 486, Cineinoati, Ohio. Ocee
No. 1637 Sycamore Street,. Medicines andl
inateuotions sent to any part.df the countdry
juno 12'668-8mo
TIN WARE I TIN WARE!!
A L ARGE and varie1 assortment of the
111 best heavy home made Tin Ware, on
handgand for dale low.
XETCIIIN, M4cMASTERt & CO.
act 1..t f
PROSPEC $
or :a3
Weekly R or4.
THIE subsoribgrs will mence in the
City of Charleston, rly in Novem
ber, a Family Journal, to known as the
WEEKLY RE RD.
It 'iII contain eight p a of fine paper
and elear type, and will e when bound,
a volune of permanent . e.
While containing all t latest religious
intePigenee from the Ch es at home and
abroad, ib will also conta a weekly digest
of social, mereantile a political inteli
gence, as wei as gene information on
literary, selont,fo and a ultural subjects,
mu'.'.ing a journal acas e to the city and
country reader.
Miniaters throughoat e South, acting
as agents and receiving bacripions, will
be entitled to a copy.
For one copy for sim be, $2 00
For vne copy for on&ey 4 00
CLD* 5.
For ten copies to one ee, for al
months, $16;00
For ten copies- to one a ess, for one
year, 30 00
All subscriptions to. e from the first of
the month in whichre ed.
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sertion $1 00.
Contracts made on sotuble terms.
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Address "Weekly I rd" KeyBoxdo. 3.
oct 24'05.
The C arleca Daily New.
A 8 native Carol ne, the publishers
will naturally k. to t.o interest of
their own State, and that of the South:
and as citizens of th ibed States they will
not be wsnting in th roper amount of de
votion and respect f he General Govern
ment. Every effor all be made to make
the DAII,YNEW rat class newspaper,
and in every way w iy of the patronage
of the public.
Our terms, for th esee+, will be at the
rate of $10 per an . Subscriptions ru
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Advertiaing.--On quare, ten lines, one
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country, who m terest themselves in
procuring subscri us, will be allowed the
usual per centage
CATIHCART, Mc LAN& MORTON,
Proprietors,
No. 18 Ii St. Charleston, 8. C.
oct 24'0
The WIhl alta's Paper,
THE N ENW RK DAY BOOK.
A FIRST cl eekly pnper, in favor of
the Const ion as it is, and the
Union as it was
The Day Bo s not. reprinted from a
daily, but is ma p expressly for weekly
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news from all t tates, and all parts of
the World, wit arket Reports, Agricul.
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For sale sill news dealers in cities and
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paper- min Wood .Proprietor-thme
largest, and cheapest paper published
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Daily News Builditng,
N , City liall Square, N. Y. City.
ise *outiberaer,
wer'U7,1 wZxxt.V AT I)anLINGToM, 5. C.1.
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eharg :cordingly,.Trasrent adverti:e
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e, &
A n O ld S ng , se t to a N e w T a
ocT 1866. 4d
4 A. pring appnaehes
lnls and Roaches
F rofl their holes coic out,
And dfi:e and Rats,
in spite of cat3,
Gaily skip utuout."'
"18 years establiahed in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poison-."
"Not dangerous to the iuman Family."'
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
'"COMer'a" Rntt, Runelt, &c..Ex
ter's,
Is a paste--used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &o., &o., &c.
"Coster's"' Bet-Bug Exter,anain
tor.
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Red-Bugs, &e.
"Costar's" Electric Poweier for.
Istm'ents
is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Red-lugs,
Insects on 'lant., Fowlls, Animals, &c.
A&- ! ! ! BEwARE I-I ! of all worthless
imitation.
)t' See that "CosTAn's" namo is on.
each Box. Bottle, and Flask. hefore you buy..
SW- Address, HENRY R.100 rAR,
481 tfroadewuy, N.'Y.
$E$' Sold
S - By
All Drungists and Retailers everywhere.
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,.
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig
ures thnt one pair of RATS will have a pro.
geny and deeendnnta no less than 651.050
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family enn be kept down, they would eon
sumtu mom e f".ud than would sustain 65,000
human beings.
&- See "CosTAn's" advert isoment above.
1866.
RATS versus BIRIDS.-Whoever engages
in shootiug small birds is a cruel man : who
ever aids in extermiuating rats is a benefno
tor. We should like some one to give ut
the benefit of their experience in driving
out thcse pests We need something he
sides dogs, ents, and traps for this businerr.
-Scientific American. X. Y.
Va.. See "CosTA 's" advertisement above.
1866.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
sumple, safe nnd sure--the most perfect.
HAT-ifiention meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that cnn get it, properly
prepared. will eat it, and every one that
eat- it will die, generally at some place as
Jistn t as possible from were it was taken.
- Iake Shore. .Iioh , Mirror.
i-rSee "CosTma's"advertisement above
186.
IIOU'SEK Ei.EEi8 trouhled with vermim
nee be ic i1:toger. if thecy use --COSTAn'S''
Ex.teruminiator*. We,havenused it to our SAt is
faction ; aind if a box comt $6, we wo,uld have
it. We have tried poisotns, but they ehiteeted
nothing ; hut "Costart's" article knocks the,
breath out of Rats, Mie, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Dugs, quicker tan we can write it.
It Is in great demand all over the country.
-endina, Ohio, Gazette.
Egg See "C OSTAf's" advertisement above
A YOICE FROM1 TIlE FAR WEST.
Speaking of "Coevay's" Rat, Roach, Ant.
&c.. Exterminuator:-"maors grain and pro,
visi>ns are destroyed annually In Oran
County by w'rrrip, than would pay for ton
of this Raut and Inseet Willer.-Lancaster
Wi,., Ilerald,
S ee "Costaa"advertisement above
1Ef6.
FARMfERS AND) HOUMEEEPERS
should recollect that huindreds of dollarr
worth of Grsa!n, Provisions, *p,, are as -
nually desatroyedI by Rats, Muice, 4gits, ar e
"ther isects as4 vermip.-all nf whiph or
be proveated by a few 4ollass worth C
"CosTaa'.'- Rat, Roach, Ant, *e., Exti
mtinator. bought and use fr.ogy.
Se "O0stA'svrlsment abo
heSold
AM N .WARb & C.
Whlsl AgeDIte
New Orleanas, La
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