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$otwithstandinj the etreme d9stitu.
. a aused.by the march ol Sherman,
our town to-day presents a busitiess
aspect that augur.well for the future.
Well illed stores are open in every Ji.
rection, and. the urbanity and business
dispatch of our nerehaite are really re.
fieshing. "Hotel * Range," "Gerig's
Range" and "Bank Range" are all
crowded with every thing ueeTul and
rnamental. The dismal scene from the
fCourt House to 'the Odd Fellow's Hall
is relieved by the lively intirest impart.
e to what u.ay be termed "(ld Winna.
boro," or that portion embraced between
the Market and the old'Post Office.
siores ,new, but. f primitive style, are
oing- up in the burnt .district. May
their shadows never grow less.'
Transactions id cotton are very limi.
teA Lost week some half dozen bales
6 e 0 dd at about thirty (30) cents in
Gold, 38. Silver 25.
Weasher temperate, cloudy and
strongly indicating rain. Peach and
plum trees in full blooin.
Messrs. Bacot & Rivers have favored
us wih i. bottle of their best champagne.
* May prosperity sparkle around them
always, as the ,exhiiirating contents, of
that bottle. did before our eyes.
0 0 Z-A E R QI A L.
ALOus-rA, March 7.-The cotton market
continues unohanged. There Is but very
little doing, and that little is confined al
most. exclasively to fini grades, there being
no demabd for low grades. We quote strict
middliag 86. and good middling 86-bu'yers
holding off, and awaiting accounts from
Liverpool.. Tha offering stock is, however,
light. Therg has been a goo'd demand for
gold, a several lots were sold at 85.
Brokers pying it 82, and selling at.84@8.
Very little doing ka silver-buying st 26,
and selling at 82.
CuARLs'rox,l Mpch 8.-CoTrox.-The
market during the week'as been fluetuating
and the quotations to-day do hot materially
differ from those oflast ThurUlay. The
salesU (he week amoumt to about 880 bales
0611'i. I2 ac:N t aulCtiOn. To-daty
prices shqp'doweya tr;ndency a9d rhe
selling stock is light e quote:
Inferior, - 28 80
Orilipary .to good Ordinary, ' 82 88
LOw Ulddhnit, 86@ 37
Middlift to Strict Middling, 88a 40
The Seogd Grand
PR I Ii E D 111 WINM.,
Will ,'ake Place at 4leven
O'clock Itbis Day, at,
E L O T T,*& C 0'.
CH EA1W GOODS
6-W If IT E'S.
RbACK ALI?AGA, only 45 cents.
A beautiful black English Shallade.
Plaid Lemae, 28 oqnts. White Shirts,
Pant's only $2.00. Knives and Forks
.8pades ar.d Shovels $1.60.eaoh.
Heavy Sole Leather, Frene5 Calf Skins.
BrIstlei, Pot., Spiders, Frying Pa1s, Look.
lng-Olanets, Caddy, Cheese, Coffee. Sugar,
Sweet.Northern Bacon, Bisotsit., SBardines,
Fish Hooks, &.., Family Flour. A pples,
Ralsins, &o., hit h a host of ether Goeds and
NbtIons. . Also, the fVonderfinl Fiery 8er.
pent' s Pggs, 10 ocents. Every article war
ranted as sapresbated. Come without, pre
judice or favor, bring your money along,
and yott wilgogay well pleased.
swTai~ To RUNT.
niarob- II. WHITE.
JUST RECEIVEI, .
Prime Goshen Butter,
I4Y10'0-3. 'N ~Hotel lauge
FE# A TS.
be sold Thef~1 s sttel
Uhose wbIho a n ,t.I fa1
A LT of Family Flour. Fqr sale
BACOT & RIVERS,
march 10'66-2 No. 2, Hotel Rango.
ALL persons having demands against
the estate of Col.RUGH K. AIKEN
deoeased, will render them in properly ati
Itesed without delay to the undersig:ned,
Attorney for the Adrinistratrix.
march'10'66-9 JA8. H. RICN
N hand, an assortment of
Carpenters Tools, &c.
Call and examine before buying.
BACOT & RIVERS,
No. 2 Hotel Range.
BTIUAUSS9 VANCES a- 0.0
130 eetinsg Street,
Corner Hazel St., Oppo8ite Pavilion Hotel,
. CHARLESTON, S. C.
WOUjjD respectfully call the atten.
tion of Merchants to our new and
varied stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods. comprising a complete assortment
of Domestics, Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Hoslery', Gloves, Embroideries, Dry Goods,
White Goods, Linedt Goods, Crapes, Shawls,
Ribbons, Lace Articles, Cloaks, Fanoy
Our stoov has been carefully selected by
one long conversant witlithe wants and rq.
quirements of the ti ade, our facilities for
importing will alrays enable us to keep on
hand a stock of the most approved varie.
ty of imported articles. We have also in
connection, established a Commission and
Forwarding Business, ituder the firm of E.
J. Wiss & Cc , orders entrusted to us will
receive prompt and personal attention.
Merohants visiting the city are respectful
ly invited to call and see us, and examine
our stock for themselvest
(EO, H, WALTER & C0~
General ommisoslon Jflercsets
NORTH ATlINTIC WHARF,
OHARLESTON, S, 0.
03O.'H. wALTFR, wm. J. mCConlMACK,
2 n. WAI.T9R,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
G EO. Ii. WALTER & 80N.
march 10'60-8m -.
DR. W. B. AZXEN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. 1, BAN* RANUE.
TH nOOK FORMIRLY occUP111 AS TH
"Planter's Bank of Fairfield."
W IER.E can be found all the arti.
*les usually kept in a Drug Store,;
Drugs and Chemicals,- Perfumery,
-AcIds and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, ftdkr. Extrpts,
Paints and Oils, ' Flavoring 64
Petroleum Oil, Hair Brushes, .
Lamps and Chimneys. Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, , Toilet Powder,
Fago rt olps. Soaps. &c.
Clg6a which cast be recommended.
Some fine old Wine~ and good Brantly sui
table in sickne'ss, &c.
Mfedicineb will be com$iun jd or prepared
strictly in accordance ithi th. 8 Diepen.a
Ina tle present unsettled state of prices
1 shall well 'anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it, can be found elsewhere.
feb 22'06--tf ________
COLUiMBIA, 8. C., February, 12, 1886.
"HIS Road is -.now -completed to
.1. 1iidgeway, and Passenger and Freight
'ains running as below :
L eave Charlotte (on arrival of the
North Carolis train) at 10.00.a. in.
Arrive at Ridgeway at - 0.00 p. in.
Leave Ridgeway at .6.46 a. mn.
Arrive at Charlotte at .2.60.p. mn.
mar 10 J48. A NDER0NJap't.
NDREW'8 LATIN~ LEXICON,
ALeverett's Latin Leieob, Liddell and
Seoit's Greek Lexicon, Anthon's Classical
Also, Greek and Latin Text Book.
~Als *maetles,. Grammare,' Geogra.
pi.., Asteosouise, Blak Books, .'and
TaCe MM8TB &-O'8
eh e heet, 1oo, Hofe
O1 !.gast seePlo SteeL Fer
4 g g eune' ANCE,:
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN EqUITY,
. WINNSBORO, S. 0. '
IS' Office, No. 2, L,w Range-in rear
of.tbe Court Ilousa.
F you want CHEAP GOODS, I
at the store of
J. H. PROPST.
We are offering -our Fall and Winter
Stock at Cost, to make room for Spring
Goods, this is no humbug, call with the
ea.h and fou will not be disappointed.
We have just re*oived a few casesof beau
- - MUSLIP4S,
*hieh we offer at. a low figure. We have
made arrangements to get goods every
week from New York, and that will enable
us to have all'the latest and newest styles of
f J. H. PROPST, Agent.
, F e R D'S
PHOSPhATE OR FERTILIZER,
In Improfer of the Land. guperior for
Wheat, cotton, Corn, ke., If. Of
Superior quality and Warranted.
Containineg Elements emeuntIal
to ll&o ProdinctiOn of.Grtii,
ic., anid 'insprovemuest'
of -tie. Land.
rTHIS is confidently recommended to
r FARMERIS TO BitING LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as good
as any4fertilizer in the Market, and to
bring as good cropi tried side by side with
any, even Peruvian Qunno. .
F-Oft COIiN, COTTON. TOBACCO,.-&C.
-Put a handfull to ie hill -when you plant.
When the torn and Cotton are well up, put
another handful to the hill as a top.dress
ing; and when the Corn is about to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to
tie hill as a top.dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes. direqtk.to the plant, and
the plant gets all of tme beneflt of It. Ust
it in this way-, and the Planter can- count
on good crops if the weather is at all favor.
We guarantee ifto produce as good crop.
as any other Fertilizer usedt Use it in the
the way directed, by the side of Peruvian
suano, or any other Fertilizer, and if it does
not produce as.good a crop, we will refund
twenty per Cetn of the price. Use it in the
way directed, by thesideof Peruvian Guano
for fire yeas consecu'.iveli on the same
land, and if it does not produce more money,
and leave the land mn better condiion than
Peruvian Guano at the end of the five years
we will 'refund the purchaser twenty per
cent %f the price for the five years. Ours
will improve the lOhd, and will leave it bet.
ter than it found it.
Liberal terms given to prompt and rq.
JAMES G. GIBBS,
Agent, Columbia, -8. C.
For particulars apply to
innaboro', 8. C.
STOLL, WEBB & 00,,
DAenCOFT'S OLD STAND,
28'7 .ijng St, 3 doors B3elowu Wentworth
W E have now oned aSI inm .hant
*Vt a .erarge and well sileeted stoel
whish Ve offer at Wholesale and Retail,
lHaving had long experience in the Dr3
Goods Businus ofore the war, we knmow
ue what GoodFhreumost neoded by plan.
ters and consumers generally a'nd will at
weya keep on hand a full stock of planter.
Goods of every kind.
We keep our stock constantly replenished
byeeysteamer, with the most a#cti4
-repetuy invite planters, mner,
chants and consamera generally, to call an;
inspect, our stock, consisting in part of
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys,OU.naburgs
FieSaIsland Brown Shiatage,'
Irish Linens, Calicoes, Ging.
' arns, and Clambrios,.
Mernces, De Laines, Pdplias, Colored Al.
paceas, Figured Poplins, Black 811kg,
Blombasines, Black Alpacoas,
and Crape Cloths.
Together with every variety to be fount
in our line, whieh we offer at -the loves
osebpries. STOLL, WEBB & 00.
No.. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wegatrorih
if .SO Charlest;n, S. C.
Cotton, Corn, Flour.
SMITH & MELTON,
CARESTE1Be S. C.
A REM prepared to purhass Cotton or
to mak liberal advances ju Ootion
eonsigned through them to New York.
They are also prepared tso All all ordere
for Corn, Whe& and Flour Mt lowest mar
J 11. SMITH, ,10T W. MXLTON .
WATPHES, CIAINS, DIARE ZING-, AC-,
WORT H over one million dollats I
All to be sold for ene on$ dollar
each, without regard to value I Not to be
paid for until you know what yen are ft
ree0. jelenid list of articososI All 6o
be soldrfor V each.l
260 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $75 1g $800
600 Silver Savers and Urns 50 to 260
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets en
plete, , ' 60 to 800
160 Rosewood Musical Boxes,
82 airs, 76 te 260
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes,
. 24 airs, 60 to 200
260 Gold Hunting Watehes, 76 t 260
260 Ladies' Eaamelled Gold
Watches, - - s0 200
500 Gents' Hunting .Silver -
Watches, 85 to 100
600 Open-face Niger Watihes, 25 to 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, 26 to 000
600 Motherof Pearl Longnettes, 60 to 100
800 Six Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 60
600 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 60
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 te 100
250 Marble Statues, Dusts, &a., 60 to 200
260 01amond Rings, 60 te 100
5,000 Photo. Albums, all ilses 5 to 60
2,000 GdId Vestand Neck Chains, 1 to 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, G te 10
6,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to '12
2.000 Chatelens & Guard Chains 6 to 20.
7,000 Solitare & Revolving
Brooches, 8 to 10
2,000 Lava & FPrestine, Brooches, 4 to 10
6,000 Coral, OpI & Emeral do 4 to 10
6,000 Moslao, Jet & Lava Ear.
drpps. * to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, I to 8
6,000 California Diamond Pins, 6 'o 20
6,000 California Cluster Diamond
Ptne, 8 to 10
8,000 sets Solitars Buttons and
Studs, 8 to 10
3,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &e., 6 to a
10,000 Lookets, double-glass, 8 to 6
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, 6 to 19
8,000 Gold Toothpicks Crosses, As., 1 9e 8
6,000 plain'Gold Rings, . to 10
5,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, a to' 10
10,000,California Diao4 Kings, Sto 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelcyjet, & to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, &to 12
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewel'y, onyx, 10 to 16
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 14 to 20
2,600scts Ladies'Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 dold PeDs with Sil. hold
ers, 6 to 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold.
era, 6ts 12
6,000 Gold Pens & holders, sip'r, 10 to 16
6,000 Silver Goblets& Drinking
Cups. 8 to 10
8,000 SilverCastors& Wine held.
ers, -1 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit & Coke Bas
kets, 20 to 60
Messrs Parkinson & Ce,, No. 208 Broad
way, New Y6rk, Extensive Manufacturers
and importers of many of the Jeading and
most fashionable styles of Watches and
Jewely, desiring to increase their business
to an unlimited extent, have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subject to the regulations
following: . . '
016ptifatel naming each article and its
valua, are pliced' in Sealed Envelopes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
All Articles Sold at One bjoiler eaes, witAous
regard to walue.
On reseipt, of the eertifieatb you will see
'what you arc going to have, and then it is
at your option to send the dollar antd take
the article or not. Purchacers may fhus
obtain aGold Watch, Diamond Ring or day
set of Jewelry on our list for One Doliar,
and in no case aan they get -less than one
dollars' worth,. as 'there are no uncerta
ties. The price of certificates is as fol
lows: One for 26 cents: five for $1; eleven
for $2; thirty f,,r $6, with elegant premihm;
sixty-five for $10, with bonus; ov hundred
for $16, and handsome present to the getter
.up#f the club.
Agent wanted everywh'ere, to whomt spe'
elG inducements are ofered. Adderes,
PARKINSON, * CO., Importers,
- 208 Broadway,rNew York.
FREBEH BAKEW'S BREAD may
. Comnr Queand Veinsg Streete,
CHEAR LS TO0N. S . C;
T IS oPOPLA-R ANID WEira
KNWN HOUJO is ae Mly
pr the reeption of. visli,~igRi~
reAarosahe with New a43p t hrn
tols througheut; and o1e.ose travellor
Class Hote,anot, Nolh
or 'oth Thetronagt of umei is
H AVE made arran gments with Mr.
J. 8. PHI4LIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINES8 at
their old stand, 39 Broad Streq i
ill its branshef a, formerly oondusted by
them, and solleft fbt him from their former
p0rons and M #ndA the same liberal patro;.
ago so georovely extended to themselves.
' IDOERTON & RICHARDS.
Jeaussy 29, 1866. *
J. S. PHTT,JPS
DR&PER and TAILOR
(Suetuors to Edgwto"t ' Richarde,)
3S BROAD STREET,
CHARLESrON, &. C.
KEEPS constantlv on band a full
assortme'nt of the best grades of
French, English and Anerloau Cloths, Cas
simneres and Vest1bgs. which will be sold
bthe yard or made to order, liq the latest
All orders for either goods or *ork prompt.
ly attended to.
T. M BRISTOLL,
Wholesale Deqlers in
Ne 169 Ne0ing Strut, corner of fifse,
ICHARLESTON, S. C.
ITO4K UdPLNIIJOsD WINLY NY 5TNAXVZ
.M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUNHAM,
A. X. BROWN.
Ketchin, MMaster & Co.,
AVE received a carefully selected
H . Stoek of Goods, to whloh they invite
the attentioui of former patrons of the old
firm and of the, publie generally. They
have en hand and are receiving a general
assertiment of ,
Dry Goods, Clothiug, Shoes, Hate, Nekeo
Books, Medigines Soapsand Perfumery,
Patty and Window Glass, Tin War,
Cooking Stoves, Groceries,
Nardware, Bagging and .
Rope, Brooms. and'
And all other artleles usually kept in seas.
Ds F. FLEMING'& CO.
Boots., Shoes. irunks, &c.,
.2 Bayne Street,
CORNEIA OF CRZURCH-STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
H AVING resumued business at their old
. stand, 2 Hayne-Street, oorner of
Churoh-8trejt, are now receiving a large
and will assorted- stock of
Which will be sold at the lowest parket
price. The patronage of former friende
and thp public is rjspectfully tolicited.
D. F, FLEMING, SAM'L. A. NELSON,
JAS. M. WILSON
On the Srst of January we will bommenee
She publication, in the City of lltimore, oft
There is no publication of this ehasracter
now issued South of New York eity, and
the olosing ot the war haa left a la g por
tion of.the people of the country nit om
literary representative. .
The Cosmopolite will be devoted to
. General Reading,
and we shall .number among Ite contribu
tor. mew of the first literary men of the
South, with1 oth'ers freom the North a'nd fromn
J.ondon and Paris. .. .
All matber not original will be earefully
selected 'from the ' ewest and best of the
English, French cud German publications;
and its Editors shall spars ao ef'ort or ex
pense, to maeke It rank with the very drst
meKsines of theo country.
As eits niain lmporte, we have established
the Coemopolite upoaqno sectional basi.
We)bope to make it the 6rd of general
literature aooe; and will be uninfiuened~
11 emie t usrbr In ay
rat of.,the eoeury upop receipt of the fo
ingle aoplet 0n0 year, . d 00
pive e " - .18 00
Tlp Cesuopolits will be generall) distui.
bated seg s.he Morskau and Planters
fthe.South, end'we will ad for their in
fbmto,a few edvertIse.te, at mode
*Liberal dodgettene willli a t'd .
se2ller and taewse o
Newspupre pu)Ang this ropqwins
and senin saaw -ooepy...to Seunder
tJddw eWlve ae.p&f tem m e.
-P. O. Bo-.t8 atra, Ed.