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MiXIMILIS 1vFonoa.--We.have in.
formation froin an officer laitely in the
,seivice of theEmperor Maximilian. in
Mexico, to thex.fiect that in January
his force '*ajift -ound numbers, as fo .
Iowa: J'ench, 34,000 ; Anstrias, Bel.
!giair, Egyptian, &c., 10,001 ; Mexican,
,600; making a total effective force
of about 45,000 men. This force has
120- field pieces, , and includes twelve
;regiments o( cavalry. Maximilian has
on paper a native force of 30,000 men,
under foreign officers, but this has prov.
ed entirely unavailable, for whenever
the attempt has been made to niuster
th.em, they desert in such numbers that
it requires the- eervice. of a!l thc relia
'ble troopi near the rende.vous to watch
them.- Washington Star, 2d.
General Joe Johnson employs about
ive hundred of his latb Conf derate sol.
des in.the repair Qf the Orange and
Alexandria Railrotd. As - they be.
came familiar with the pick and spade in
'the entrenchments, they work with
knowledge, and are glad to obtain a
living in this way. -
NVw YORK, March 6.-Cotton dull
with sales of 1000 bales. Gold- 38.
CHARLOTTr, Mrch.7.-B;it little of
fering. ' karket dull. Wb-quote 20'to
23, gold, 28-to 32, currency. -
WILM GTON, March 3.-Cotton
We note sales to-day of 9 balef at 30c.
for ordinary, 32 a 33c for lower middling
and 34c. for fiddling. d
NFW ORtANS, March 5.- Cotton
inateady.' Qtiotations nominal. ' Sales
of 400 bales. Sugar 1A a 15. Molas
ses 0 a 92.,
CH4RHLXCT$IN, March G.-The cotton
is unsettled, and'a dee,ime of aboit one
cent. per p6und ha taken place in the
Jast twea' -e. -e sales yesterday
anpunted to 150 bqes.. We quote
Strict Middling 39 -a 40' cents- per
- AuGUSTI,* VIarc 3.-We note a
prite fair demand for .cotton to-day,
ith ales of about 3000 bales. at a
an,ll advan'ee on yesterdays prices,.and
the market is looking up Middling 35
st 36c. Receipts, 436 bales. Gold and
silver dull. -Brokers buying gold at 33
antd silver'nt 21.
EXPECTED TO ARRIVE -
50 dASS of sap6rior French Cog.
- nae brandy and Wine, which will
be sold tir bZ Ihe sae. ' These articles
.vefro impor(oeby-e dirol front Bordeaux.
we would therefOre call te UWention of all
those who wisk' a enuine article. - . . .
. , OT & HIVERS,
maro'h:O6--2, No.. 2, foil R ange.
O N hand an assortment-of
Castateele shivels, .
* Carpenters Tools. &at
Call and exanino b4fore buyinir.
- DACOT & R,HVEHRS,
No. 2 1Hotel Range.
A-'JOT of .Fahmilyr Flopar. '!For sale
low by -
. BAC'OT & RIVE~RS,
NIo. 2, Hotel RUqigo..
march 10'66,-2 --
Gen. Sup'ts OffRee I. & S. U.
CoLUNDIA, S. d., February. 12, 1866.
H'IS 'Road is now completed to
Lidgeway, and Passen;eV. and Frelggpt
Trains running as below :
Lea,. Cliarlotte (en arrival of the.
North Carolina train) at 10.00 a. m.
Arriv, at Ridgeway at': 6.00.p.'m.
Leave Ridgeway at .. 5.45 a. in.
4vrlve at charlotte.at 2.50 p. mn.
-ma~r 10 JAS. ANDS40N, Sup't!
* School Books
~pott's Greek Lexicon,. Amnthon's' Classieal
"Aiso,'Greekt and Latin Tett. Io.
Also, g.itieties, -Gruem 0. .paa
Ulles, Astronomies, Blank DOk ,n
~aioep . 'At
.l IN, 8~ OS
LL persons having demands a ainst
the estate of Col. HUGH K. AIKEN,
deceased, will render thim In properly at.
liesed wfthout delay to the undersigned,
Attorney for the Administratrix.
march 10'66--9 . JAS. H. RION
MA CKER ELI
Prime Goshen Butter,
Apples, &c., &3., &o.v
DuBOSE EGLESTON, & CO.,
march 10'66-2 No. 8, Hotel Range.
T S, VAcS-ES & 00v
130 3eetlng Street,
Corner Hazel St., Opposite Pavilion hotel,
CHA RLESTON, S. C.
WOULD respectfilly call tho atten.
tion of Merchants t- our Y'ew and
varied stock of Foreign ion, somestic Dry
Goods. comprising a complete assortment
of'Domestics, Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embrolderies,.Dry Goods,
White Goods, Linen Goods, Crapes, Shawls,
Ribbons, Laco Arlioles, Cloaks, Fancy
Goods and Notions,
Our stoov has been carefully selected by
one long conversant with the wants and re.
quirements of the tiade, our facilities for
importing will always enable us to keep.on
hand a. stock of. the most approved varie
ty of imported articles. Wo 'have also In
1'onnection, established a Coma.ission and
Forwaraing Business, undeAthefirm of E.
J.* Wfss &-Co , orders entrusted to us will
receive prompt and personal attention.
Merohants visiting the eity arc respcotful.
ly InOted to call and see us and examihe
our stook "for themselves.
* rarch 1'6
GEO. B. WAER & M0,
F A C T 0 R.,,
' ' AND
SNOIRTH ATLATIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, B, C.
a130 i. WAI.TEn, WM. J. MCCORMA011,
1 * . x U. WALTza,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. II. WALTER & SON.
Spr'ng Goods! Spring Goods!
T H E undersigned have just received
a splendid assortment of SPRING &
Cotton Cassimeres, Prints, Checks,iGing.
hams, Jeans, Muslins. Silk Grena
dines, l1rilliants, Birds.eye Dia.
per, -.Dowlas, fIem-Stlitclid
lAndkerchiefe, 8 t e I i a
Sawls, Patent Leath
er Delta and Buck
. les,. Ribbons,
Magic Ruffling Collars anti Cuffs, 1ro'ahet.
Edging. L:tdies Woven Corsett a, Silk
. &ibbon Ties, Ladles Fanoy Dress
uttons, Ladies and' GUntle
mens Wdte Kid* Gloves,
..&o. &e. &c.
Winter Goods at and below cost
0 ELLIOTT & Co.
No 4 Bank Rahge,
DIR. we. .~,iR,
Druggist. and Apothecary,
NO. 1, UAfN6iANQ*.
TIIK ROoM rnNRnt, c%1ertED~c As TIru
"Plant's Ilank o( FairfildsM
W?i Hf~lI ca beofonnd 1,1 the arti.
.Ycles usually kept in a DrugSjtore,
Drugs and Chemicals, . Perfume'y,
.Aeids'ad Salts, Colognes,
Patent MedicInes, HidkrP. Extracts,
Valnt,, andl Oils, Flavoring
PetToleumt Oil, Ii sir Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Uombs,
Toous andl Nail Birushes, Dye 8tuf's,.
Spices, Toilet lRowdev,
Fancy. Artic les,.- - Scaps, &e.
.Cigars which can be recommended. , -*
Ronte Aine old Wln@ and good Brandys sui
table in.sickness, &e. .
Medicines weill be compounded ei prepared
strictly in accordance saith the U.'* Diepmn.a
In the preyent unsettled stat' prices
I shall sell any thing In my logii to line
as cheap as it, can be found elsewhere.
feb 22'66.-t( -
9 A RIL x elent Sorghu Syrup
KETCHIN, MeMASTER 4 00,
Jan 16'66-tf . No. . Hotel Rang6
Kousehold Articles !
* NCENTRATED LT, Yeast
1oders, Cos's Gelatin., Clnnamon,
Flyor~ sres, Lemon,Oag,Yml
l1a andPl I.At - rne,~I
KB IN, MPMASTER & C00's,
gi uDtaln Ir*n
.. 1 At. WBO Jseas
at4ne ,Eor sab on eonsignatent.
Also for sale, a larg4 quantity of Corn., of
* d.-~flteI Range.,
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR I. EQUITY,
' WINXSBORO', $. C. '
figtV Offce. No. 2. Law Range-In rear
of the Court iHouse.
IF you want CHEAP GOGDS, sall
at the store of
- eT. I. PROPST.
We are offering .our Fall and Winter
Stock at Cost, to nako room for.Spring
Goods, thip is no humbug, call with the
cash and you.irill not be Oilsappointed.
We have just received a few casesof beau
- BRILLIANTS and
which we ofTer at a low figure. We have
made arrangemonts. to get goods overy
week from New York, and that wift enable.
us to have all,'the Ipteat and newest styles of
' J. H. PjtOPST, Agent.
feb, 17'66 - t r
TO FARIMERS I
F 0 R D'
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
An tiprofer of the Land, Superior or
Wheat, Cotton; Corn, &e,, e. Of
Superior Quality and Warranted,
Contslalaug Elemoeass 'essfeitin
to thso ProdICh1oa1 of Glna,
Ac., aad insproveuenat
of the Laud.
rH[IS is Confidently recommended to
FAW.MERS TO BRING LARGE
CilOPS, and, we guarantee It to be as go.-d
as anyj,Fertilixer in the Market. and to
bring as good crops, tried side by side with
at)y, even Peruvian Guano. .
Olt COIN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
--Put a handfull to the hill when you plant.
When the torn and Cotton are well up, put
another handitil to the -hill as a top dress
ing; and when the Corn is about to shoot,
and the Cotton b boll, another handful to
the hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the plant gets all of the benefit of it. Use
it. In this way, and the Planter Gah count
oi good crops if the veal her is at all favor
We guarantee it to prodroo as'good erops
as anfy other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
the \vay directed. by the side of Peruvian
Guano, or any other Fertilisor, and if it does
not produte as good a crop, we will refund
twenty per.cent of the price. Use it in the
way 'directed, by tho aide of Peruvian Guano"
for fire years conseon'ively on the a4me
land, and if it. does not produce more utoney',
Ind leave the land in better condition than
Peruvian QuAtno at the end of the five years
we will refund the purchaser twenty. per
cent of the price for the five years. Ours
will improve tI'e land, and will leave it bet
ter than it found it.
Liberal terins given.to prompt and re.
JAMES 0. GtBBS,
Agent, Coltmbia, S. C.
For particulars apply to
H. A. GAILLARD,
-Minnsboro', 8. C.
D RI G O O ) S,
O CIAkLESTON HOUSN~,
STOLL, .WEBB & 00.,
BANCVROFT'8 OLD ST41ND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wfentworth.
WE have now opened and. otn hand
a very larg. and wli selected stek
g DpitY GOODS, ~
whieh we difer at Wholesale and Retail,'
Hiaving-had long experience In the Dry
Goods Business before, the war, -we know
ust what. Goods are most neded by plaa.
tera and consumers generally audtwill al.
waya keep on hand a full stock tgf planters
Gooul of every kind.
We keep,opr atook oonstantly replenis6ea
by every steamer, with the most attractIve
Werespetfully invIte 'planters,' mner
oltants andh eonsumuers generally, to eall and
inspect outi stocls, consist ing in p art of
Blankets, Plains, Kqrseys, Osnaburgs,
in Brown8Shirtings, Bleached, Long Cloths,
Fine Sea Island B3rown 8hintings,
Irisha Iinens, Calicoes, 01ng.
hmamns. and Cambrios, e
Meeinoeg, De Iaine., Poplin., Cotored Al.
paccas, Figured ljopnaa, Blaek Siiks,
Bomkaaine., B eak. Alpandas,
- qpd Crapb Cloth%, ' .
*Together with every variety to be found
in~ ot~ litn, which wre offer at the lowest
eash prices. 9
S TOI4,, WBBB & CO.,
No. 287 Kinir St., S d.oorm below Weatworth,.
".C. STQI,L, Chrarolest. C
H. 0. WALKER, '
Cotton, Corn, Flour.
SMIT1 & MELTON,
CIN FSTER, 0. V.
prepared to purchase Cotton or
.Hto make liberal advanceo on Cotton
consigned through them to New York.
They are also prepared to till all orders
for Corn, Wheat and Flour at lowest mar
J. H1. ?MITl, O. W. MELTON
WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, C-,
WORTIH over one million dollar!
. All to be sold for one one dollar
each, without regard to value! Not to be
paid for unti?you know what yon are to
receive. pV ndid list of articles I All to
be sold for each.,
260 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $76 to $800
600 Silver Savdrs and Urns 60 to 250
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets com
plete, -0 to 00
160 Rosewood Musical Boxes,
82 airs, 76 to 250
200 Mahogany Musical Bxes,
24 airn, .60 tc 200
250 Gold Hunting Watebo, 76 to 260
260 Ladies' Enamelled Gold
- Watcheq - 50 to 200
500 -Gents' Hunting Silver.
Watches, - 85 to 100
600 Open-face-SIlver Watehos, 24 to 60
600 Ivory Opera'Glasse 26 to 000
600 Motherof Pearl LongAttes, 50 to 100
800 Six Bhrrel Rvolvers, 16 to 60
500 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 60
800 Elegant Oil Paintingo, 60 to 100
250 Marble Statues, Butts, &c., 60 to 200
260 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100.
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 6 to 60
2,000 Gold Vest and Nock Chains, 16to 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, . 6 to 10
6,000 Chased Sold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2,000 Chatelene & Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Solitare & Revolving
Brooches, . a to 30
2,000 Lava & Florentine, Brooches, 4to 10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral de (to 10
5,000 Mosiao, Jet & Lava Ear.
drops. . 4 to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 8 to .
5,000 Culifornia Dinmond Pins, 6 to 20
5,000 California Cluster Diamond
Ptne, 3 to 10
8,000ets Solitare Buttons and
Studs. . to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles, Penclls, &e., 9 1 o a
10,000 Lockets, 'double-glass, &to 4
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, & to 19
8,000Gold ToothpicksCrosses,&e., 9 to a
5,000 plain Gold Rings. 4 to 10
6,000 chased Gold Rings. 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, 8 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.600 sets. Ludls' Jewelry jet, 5 to 10
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to 16
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,500 sets Ladies'Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 k1old Pens with Sil. hold
ers, 40 10
5,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold
era, ' . to 12
6. Gold Pens A holders, sup'r, 10 9c 16
6,00 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. - to 10
8,000 Silver Castors & Wine held
era. , 16 to 80
2,000 Silver Fruit & Coke Bas
kets, . 20 to 60
Messrs. Parkinson & Co., No. 208 Brqad
way, .Nw'York, rxtensive Manufacturers
and importers of many of the leading and
most fashionkble styles ot Watches and
Jewely, desiring to increase their business
to an ublimiled ext.ent, have resolved upon
a Qreat Gift Sale, subject totke regulations
Certificates namin each article and Its
vahia, are placed in ealed Envelopes and
well mixed. One of thse envelopep will be
sent by mail to any address en receipt of
twenty-Ave cents. ---
All Articee Soled at One Dollar eek, without
On reaeipt of the ertificate yen wfll see
what you are going to have, and then'it is
at your option to send the dollar and take
tli article or not. Purchasers may thus
obt ain a Gold Watch, DiamuondRing or any
set of Jewelry on our list for .One Dollar,
and is~ no case can they get less than one
doll ' worth, as there are no uncertain
ties. - he prioe .of certificates Is as fol
lows I One for 26 cents; Ave for $1; eleven
for $2;i thirty fo~r $5. with elegant, premium;
sixtyv-five for $10, with bonus; one hundred
for $15. and handsomae present to the getter
up of the club.
Agent wanted everywhere, to whom spe
cial i ndsuoements are offeired. Adderss,
PA RKINSON, & CO., Importers,
. * 208 Broadway, New York.
FRESH BAKER'S BREAD may
be obtained every evening at
KETOCHIN, MoMsA8TE R & C00'8.
Corner Qpeen and Meeting Streets,
C HA RLUEB TO0N, 8, C,
for te ree pgf btr,hafing.be
refkrnished ' R4bNe ad leaAt Fqtl-u
ture throng*a; and Afers to the travelle,
acconm9m 4iJ1M4( ooRynnnes as a FJrrs
hls Ifo th bb
respectfully soll d1
Rates of era I .y, $4 00
" M " ath ay be
agreed on. ge
fab 24'On-t a-.
H AVE Mad arrangom"nte with ,ir.
J. 8. PHILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 32 Broad Streei, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
p,trOnm and friends Ihe same liberal patron
age 4o generously extended to themselves.
EDOERTON & RICHARDS.
Janu%ry 29, 1866.
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Successor* to Edgerton t Richards,)
82 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
K ETPS constantly on haRnd a full
assortment of the best grades of
French, Et%glish and American Cloths, Caa
simeres and Vesting* which' will be sold
by the jard or made ?o otder, in the latest
All orders for eU her goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
T. M- BR5TOLL,
Wholesale Dealerh in
No. 169 Meeting Street, corner of 11axel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sTOO& IPLUXs11I WREKLY BY ITIANKS.
.M. BRISTOLL,- C. T. DyNIIAM,
A. 8: BROWN,
Ketchin, MoMaster-' Co~.
AVE received a carefully selected
H.Stock of Goode,jo which they invita
the atteption of f6rmef patrons of the old
firm and af the publio generally. They
ha-e on hand and are receiving a general
Dry Goodp, Clothing, Shoes, Ifats, 8che4
Books, Mediaines foaps and Perfumery,
Patty and Window 0lass, Tin Ware,
, Cooking Sto!ps, Grooerier,
Hardware. Hagging and
Rope, Brooms and
And all other artioles usually kept In eeaw
try-steres. '. ,
Ja 13'66-if .
D. F. FLEMING &CO.
Boots. S1oes. Trlalki, &c.,
2 Hayne Street,
CORNER OF C1RCI-STREEr,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
H AVING resumed business at their old
stand, 2 Hlayne-Street, corner of
Churalh-Strot, are. now receiving a large
and well asported stoek of
Willoh wi* be sold at the lowest market
price. The patronage, of former friends
and the public is respectfully solicited.
D. F, FLEMING, SAM'L. A. 'ELSON,*
. JAS. M. WILSOX
PR ba,cTUS OF TIE
On'the first of January we will commence
the publioatiol, in the Citf of Baltimore, of
LITERANf 16 JIAGAZEINE.
There iseno puablication' of this character
now issued South of Ned York nity, an;1
the closang of the war has left a.'a-ge por
tion of the people of the country with no
literary representative, *
The Cosmopolite will be devoied to
Literature, . -
. . -'Scientifie Papers and
* eneral Reading,
and we sitall number among its contribu
tori some of the first, literary men ef the
South, with others from th North and from
London and Paris.
'All mat ter not, original will be carefully
selected from the newest and best of the
English, .Frenoh and German publientions;
and its Editors shall spare .no effort or ex
pense, to make it rank with the very'first
magazines of the country.
As its name imports, we have established
the Cosmopolite upon slo sectienal basis,
We hope to miake i the organ of general
lites;ature alone; and will be uninfiuencd
by an.y party or elique wfaatoser.*
It wilh be mailed to subscribers in any
tofthe'oeuntry upon receipt of the fol
Sipgle copies oss year, $4 00
Five "' " " 18 00t
Ten " '. 'f 88 00
-Th Cosmopol(to wilt be gesarally distri
tle4 ;mong the hIerehkats and Planters
of B outh, an4.we will add (or their in
fprnastion, a few adverisewes, at mode.
L,iberal deductions wilb6s saade to book
selp and naewsdeaters.
wsap a pubVs tag tJii' prospectus.
dsending a marke4qy to the under
signedi, will weseite a 4Ipofthlenmagahine,
. AddrenaL- ON & O.,
P. 0. Be:, 266 Baltimore, M4,