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The Weather,'
For the ieok past has beo ;ariable.
Mean temptat tro, 88.
The atiest day thissumraer, Thurs
day the 9th.
NW 4dverfisnen ts,
JAmes D. M1,b1or advertisos a varietv
of' irticles
TO Advertisrs.--Ordera fo; advertis
ing ihould bo ianded- plk by noon of
Mondays, Wednesilays and Fridays, to
secnre isoertion in the noxt dav's issuie.
0 .II M .l. U I A L.
NV'NNSn0o, Aug. 15.-Cotton
None off'ering'
C0oun1try 1 N-tr, $9 a 91.
Ha1illore Flour $15. a~ 16 per barrel.
Lard, 27 to 30e per pound.
Corn, $2.00 per huslhl.
Pens, $1.75 per bushel.
Baconl Sides. 24,6 per ponnd.
Sholdijvrs, 22C.iller pound.
AMeal, *2.0u- 14r bushol.
Sorglhlom, 80C filr.gallon.
Salt, $5. )l .*M5.,
Yarn, $2.50i *3.90.
ggs, 1 2{ a 1~ per dozen.
TUbAU-. A3 LO $1.0 pur pound.
Gold, 40.
CuItI."TT-, Alig. 10. 1866.---Cotton.
Market dull. We qltot(i at 25 a 274c.
New Flour, $5.00. NortherI
*1.."O a 141.00 per barrel.
Blac.m.18 a 21 c. 1-rI p;mld.
COrn, $1.60 a 1.70 per bushel, in d .
.: is1 . A.
ll. $1.45 a 1.50 por bushvl.
Mal, 81 50 per b) h lit.
W'h-al, $2.00 n 2 50.
Ot, 60 a1 65 per buslil.
Sor niiim. 50c. per gallon.
Goldl. *i.A5.*,
<.r~t in A.A' ug. 14 -Colton, 18 to
24, g-l; 23 to 11, cntrency.
Corn, AM1.15 tio'1.90 per luishe.l.
Flour, $12 to 20 pvr I -rrel.
Oafi, *1.141 to' 1 21) per hush1l.
Pes, *-2.00 to 2.25 per bushwl.
Hay, A2 25 to 2.50.
Rice, Raiigoon. prime, 12 to 14c;
Cartlia 15 a 6v.
Tobneco, 1 5c. t) 1.60 per pound.
Coin, gold 46 to 47.
IGMnw.Y ROI1I,AI A') MI-'DE.:
Y'!et-rdy - morinr ahbot 12 o'clock
says tIh Savuitilh Rpubican ot' the
13th inl-t. a Iost brutal murde- was
comm11t1ied -1bV t wo 'm-gres oil I he A it
gusta road, a bot nin)(7iAiles Ironm Ohe
City. Tho fol:-ling p..rmielars inve
b i uri-u-d bN. a gentleanall froml rle
scefif of ILh! 11114414r: Mr. H1--nry mvee.
cengf,r, his broiiher-iin : 1w, 1and11 [tIree
childrein uero pro:eeding, home. iInd
stopped at the b rid':. at. A iguast ini Cra-ek
for the pw poseof tnking hehA. While
thus etgag%-d Ilhy \'V4ee 4a1pproaced 1-.y
rwo negroes. bothi of whomn were'armitel,
one with a gun mid the other wit h a
pistol, who asked Mr. Seccenger for
somelhing to ea. II e gave tlem Some
.bistits. They then nskl -d him to se!l
t hem ni Iwenti-.fid.e,ent wo ,dfrn
pockt boks i -wich'l II ther was tninetv
dolla rs, nu:yl gen the niegro lie ebantgo.
TJhiey .surrte~ v, em'ad buuachk in ti
fewi miii ue and 'n'od et ieu deinamiledi
Mr. Secco'n di sm' y; whi a, the ot her
dr ew' a p1st i'-'uon the.btrot her ui-la w,
tance. Mrd .8. #cieud ow. for assuliaace,
and lhe wvii . ;imhwdine:ly shi.>t ,in the
breast. W hiule jti.ie ae,t of' (alli.g M.
Seccnger I h ro w 'his -pte okit
in gttin diopacht 66k and .'scaping.
Up to 10 i:'co'k hist: night thpvylhad
not, been ar e )ed. The deceaised lived
at Sprin:gfi4ld~ 'abont twenty-two miles.
from: the Cli~v.'
Ftor some 'ime past work has bee'n
gong ont the finndal i.n of 'a new
Unathholi'dtn1rAiljn jew York, which
whn: com-ileded k'ill'he one of the lprg.
est- buildnga 'in A meriqn. This caithe.
drsel swil b 0 feet lotig by 325 teet
wide, and - the towers will be 175 feet;
huigh. I nsjdh of tbie building the nave
will be 150 feel wide, and the ce'iling
100 'ao the floor. The uarchitec.
tyire is to bi aotrthe puirA gothic order,
Siund thej etiimhtle: coat is $a,000,00. it
~vi,l otcnp ' n entre sgne of groun,
onhflNth' A ist 'M'den~;Ave..
nue', Forty.nbih end IfiftietTIi *treets.
irhue Ne' YlMCathoies are aist build
i'ug a snant'r eetbedral at 1Forty-fui?
et.reat.-tedr -I#'h Aven'ue, which will
c'ost.nWont sqg,ftOq.. lIn patot work
wvi!J 514,ee soiJipi,o *.Cr,ialig,tha.
ehal.
Timr ScCBET.--"I noticed said Frank.
lill, "a mechanic, among a number of
il'ner: at work on a hnve erecting, but
at litIe way from m1y ollice, wxho alwvs
appearI to be ii. a merry humour, wfio
had a kind word ant a cheerful sluil
for every on lie met. Let the day be
evi so cld, loomv or sunles.-, a happy
sunli!e dainced llke a su1beamt;, on his cheer
ftil coirftenanche. Meeting him one
mornin, I asked iim to tell me the se.
cret of ,hii constant and happy flow of
sp)irit."
"No secret, doctor," he replied. "I
have guL one of the best wives, and when
I go to work sheo always has a kind
wod of encouragement'or me, and when
I go home she always meets me with a
smile nnd kiss ; and then the tea is ready,
and she has done so many little things
through the day to please nie, that I
caniot. find it in my heart to speak an
unkind word to any body."
A FATAi. DuFr..-A dispatch fron
Mobile, of the io9th, says: "T. J.
Chandler. this morning at daylight,
founght a duel with L. 1kolcombe. At
the second fire Chandler received 'a ball
through the chest; living aboi.it twenty.
five miniutes.. Iolcombe *an formerly
(i soldier in the Federal arinyl and Ciar..
dler in the ('onfederate nrmy. The
dillieilty originated in disp'nting wheth
er Columbinj Soth Carolina, was burn
ed by General Sherman's order or by
ordi'rs (if uonfedirato Genornis."
HOWE'S IMPROVED
COT TON PICKER U
roat PICKINO COTrON IN THE FILh.
A FiMllP4. and coimpaet Instrument
A weighing about two pounds-pick three
or four tine. faster than by hand. leaving
Ithe Cotton clean and free from tralt. Price
$20. Orders can be filled by
THE H1OWE N1ANUFACTURING CO.,
31 Cedav St..*N. Y.
Or by our .gents thioughout. the South.
aug 14-If
JUST RECEIVED
11V
Ketchin, McMaster & 00.,
HOTEL RANGE.
I,;r' WITE WINE VIN,GAI,
Tumeria,
Olive Oil,
White Ginger,
Spices.'&0.
.Bath Bri6k.
FAmiily'sonpo
Extract Lemon.
Extract ,Vanilla,
* )Extrnet Pliienppio,
Cox's Geltine,
Corn Starch.
.A L.O.
Night Bloomin. Cerous, Sweet Opopenax,
and other Perfumery.
ALSO,
Putty and Red Lead. ang 14-tf
N OQTICE;
FDO hereby for'owarn all possodi from tradl.
L. ing or trailicking.In any way on my
account wit h my Mie, $arneh'Warre, as I
will niot pay .ntly of, her debts contracted
alter this datte, Mlay 12, .1 80A.
-ang 14-t ,JOhN WARREN.
.EWFLOUR.
ci U5T BEICEIvHD.
IiiBO$E'EGr.EsTON & Co.,
aug 14-.t f - 'No. 8, Hfoel Rnge.
Claret Wines.
BO 4AEY - -.'
DA fACOT RIVERS &CO.,
[CIT?AT tON.]
State of South Oarolina,
FAIRFIELD .DIlTRICT.
Ita the~ Cout of Ordisnary.
Bly Jamals Johnietim Ordivaryj of .Firleld
DiUtri.
WV HEReAS Henry A. GaillIard. Comwhi,,
.sioner In Equity, has aplied to tim
for LBT'IBR8 OF AD MINI8 aATION on
all and .logdlar Ue GOiods and Chattel.,
Ilghts and Creits of John W. Delaney, late
of thme Dfsttrtot afbresaid, decetsd.
These aye therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular phe inhdredl stad credit ors of'
the saId decesed, o be~ ad appeal bfore
nie, ast obr - net Ordinary Co.ut, fdr the
sptU Dilttelet to .beheldenia6 Fidfeid 0. U.
on the 10th day. of;Septembewr, .60-,sbee
caunse, ir any why the said adulisl.4getlon
sliobld.not be granted.': -
19t.t'linde, a y hand bak.ssa . tie ROh
day' of duty, Iv the y#aw stoosu 4 4g
and It thre Siinet.*s#yet $~am '. Z
essee.".j,om ra s.,
TO IM CLOSWO*
0N the15thfeptember the PIOTOQO,AH
GALLERY will be closed for the ese
son. Oly 'POST MORTE',y" impre4oss
takfn durn' g..he winter.
au-g 9-t82
JUST RECEWIED.
AND
FOR SALE,
LOW FOR CASH.
PRIME BACON SIDES,
CHOICE STRiPS,
EXTRA, SUPERFINE
AND FAMILY FLOUR
Also oj hand' a general assortment of
GROCERIES.
DuBOSE-EGLESTON & CO.,
aug 9-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
JUST RECEIVED,
fine lot BACON SIDES, . direct from
Li Baltimore. For sale low for ensh by
,BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
July 17-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
.UST RECEVX
BARRELS of Extra Family Baltimore
Flour.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
July 1166-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
FURlFAMLli fUSE,
DAMANTINE CANDLES, Arrow -Root,
A Tapioca Starch, Salts. Lemon, for ex
tracting stains, Cream Tartar. Cooking
Soda, Extract Vanilla, Ginger, Black Pep
per, 1udullible-Ink, Rat. Exterminator.
Also, best Rio and Java Coffee and Sugar.
Just received by
E ETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
July 10-i1f
Y iX P RE S S.
SULPI. STRYCHNIA,
MERCURIAL OINTMENT,
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER,
Wismlow's soothaing syrup,
NICHOLS' COD LIVER OIL,,
WARRANTED PURE.
QUININEj
MORPHINE,
ARSENIC,
EMP. CANTIH.,
HEBREW PLASTER,
BEST CASTOR OIL,
BROWN'S JA1t GINGER,
-ILOCK'S PhOUS PLASTER, &c, &e.
- Alto '
COSTARS RAT EXTERMINATOR.
July 80-If LADD BROS'.
JUST R1CIUV"D,
By
TIIOMP8ON, WITHORS. nO.,
CALICOtS,
BROWN DRILLS,
BROWN and
BLEACHED HOMESPUN,
HOOP SKIRTS,
SUSPENDERS,
TOOTH BRUSHES,
& Ac., ,ke., &o..
ALSO,
LADIES'
and
'OENTLEMEN'S HATS.
Low for cash. julv.19--if
The 8tate of South Carolina,
FAIlIIELD DISTICT
lam .time Cousst s. f Or dinge>y.
Bya James, Johnston, Eaqu,ire, Ordiary of
Fairfield Diatrict.
H~IERE AS Henry A. (Gaillardl, Conmmis
e oner ini Egnity, has applied to mec
for LETTEItS OF ADMINISTRATION, on
all and 'sin-gular the goods . ad chatteis,
rights an4 credits of Elishp~ IL Joues, late
,of the District aforesaid doeeu.sil.
These are therefore to cite tnd. admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me, at our next Ordiuqary's Cour', for
the said Distriet, to bo holden at Fairfield
Court House, en.the 14th of, fSeptember, to
show 'cnuse. if any, 1thy the said adinis~
trajion should not, be granted
Given under my hand and s,al, tbia d'day
o-Ags,in thejyear of osr Lot ,"-ohe
thuadeight hundred and sity.uIs, and
in theqnIiaty-Srst year of ,Aweroan lnde
peidoee.
yA11ES JOISThlN, (0! V D. J
sgnt~18a8
WEd En 00V$5$ gi
NE W.PRING GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL. WEBB & CO.,
287 King St, 3 doors Below Wentworti
z have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French nad Americap, which are of the
inout desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for baTter with them, our
iholesale rooms offer every Inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
na e eso.
companied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N.P B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our steak consists
in partsof...~ -
White- 0a"vghp, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Dqniw1 BroWn Danih*sHeavy Brown
Shirtings, Find Iea Island Brown Shirtinge,
Bleached Shirtings, bleaohed and- Brown
Shirlings, 6.4 9-4, -10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, . Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Mloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dan.
ask, all qualities,- Calicoes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic. Otnghams, . Fine
Scotch Ginghams,' Spring Silks and black
Silks, Colored Mslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins,-'Wii(o and Black
Goods, Farmers' .rown Linen iack, Farm.
ers' Ilrown Lincu Drills, Fancy 'rills and
Cottonades. c . and
Together wit i qvery variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WUOLiSALE AND RITAIL.
All Domestjo Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agints' prices.
We would irespeotfuilly call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, -and the citi
"ens generally of Fairfiqld District, to our
advertisement. and solicit a call front them'
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King S., 8 doors below Wentwortb
Charleston, S. C.
H. C. STOLL, . Charleston
CHARLES WEBB, -
11. C. WALKER,
jan 18'66-lyr
Gen. Sup'ts Of e C, & S. C.
Rail RQad.
CHANGE Or SCIEDULE.
SUPERINTENDId's IOFFtCE,
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad,
C91upibjnjS. 0., June 1, 18G6.
0 N and after Sutiday, tfe 8d ihstant, a
Passenger Train will run over this
Road as follows:
Leave Columbia at 4 15 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 11.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 12.16 P. M.
Arrive at. Columbia 7.15 P. M.
JAMS ANDERSON,
june A'66 Superintendent.
[CITATION.
The State of South Carolina.
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT.
BI time Court of Ordinary.
By James JoUslon, Espiro, Ordinary of
'uirjield Distric(.
W HEREAS 11ppry A.O,illard, Commis.
.sioner in Eq6iiy has applied to me
for LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, on
all and singtilar the goodp %nd chattels,
rights aMi eredit's of William E. Hall, late of
the District, aforesaid deceased.
These ar'e thereforeig oite and admonish
all'and singula' die kinidred and creditors
of the said deceas0d,'.t6, be. and appear be
fore me'at'our. next,OrdInary's Cotrt. for
the said.DlstrlIt, to be Jioldcn at Fairf.ld
Court:House an-thte 14th day of September
to shew dause, If any. why the said admit
istration giroulknot be granted.,
Given under my hand andpoeai, this 8d-any
of Augusti in the yost of' our Lord, one
thoutsand eight:hundred and sixty-bix, and
in the ninetf-first year of American Jn
dependence.
.JAMES JOHNSTON, [0, F. D.]
aug 7-t18. _____
Ever h1lihi
THlE RECOGN1iFED SPECIALITIES OE
-OUR DAY.
Prof. Ebrt: Jackson, formerly of Lon,
don,o acjjqbet s.3I D., ft*th Phdladel
hi PLrs Va :raf Hospitals.
ondy e i ~ uratntee,o
or Sel(-A.buse, and of every possible . forat
of pVivatb disease of every name or nature
whatsoever.
be.dIerburt's AatiMleoltolio Compot*n4,
an nfailling ro'sady foy~ intemperance ; wutt
for parttoutaru.
50es au n ht 600pages, 100 p14*e,
Dr. Jaoksona's Fequale Moatly Pill.; SI
per boa, eztra Rae $6, a safe and efttual
remedy, for all Irregnlarities and obetmne.
tions, from whatever cause. Dr., Jaokian's
Safie 51, 6 for $4,1* (or 37. Bead fol- Oir?
outa apd write, you will promnptly reasivb,
25Id. diserees end expl1ii answer. 4 ,
J.P ee.s4s, Herbers & o,e
,pwUa watay e1 3'hee*e
4851 .2C dauaM
An Old Song, set to a New Tuna
7 1866. .
"As spring approaches
Ants and RoacAes.
From their holes come our,
And Alice and Rats,
in epite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years established in Nj1'. City."
"Only infallible retidi known.T
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the numa Family."
01\ats come out of their holes to die."
'M(oster'a" Rust, Ro*eh, &c.. Eid
Ies,
In a paste--used for Rats, Mce,-Roache8,
Black and Red Ante, &c., &a., &a., &c.
"Covter's" Ied6 Mtg Exteraiestuaf
tor.
ts a liquid oi Wash-used'to destroy,
also a.s ti preVeitiv(i fot Bed-Bags, &o.
"CostaCstIs'IEtetric If"#wder for
's for Mloth-s, Aosquitors, Fleas,-Ded-Bugs,
Insecta on Plants, Fouls, Aniials, &o.
f-!!! B WALM 1 !' of all warthles3
imitation.
sw- See that "CosTAn's" name is on
each Box. Bottle, and Flask. l;bfor you buy.
SW4 Address, HANRYR.COSrAR,
484- bread way, N. Y.
By
All Druggists and Retailers everywhera
Suath. Barnes, Ward & 0o., New Orleansv
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Oblel,e (English) asserts and proves by fig.
ures.thiat one pair of RATS wiln have a pro.
geny and decendants no less ain 651,050
in ,hree years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept, down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 03,000
human beings.
4W- See "COSTA i's" advert isement above.
1866.
RATS versua BIRDS.-Whoever engages
In shooting small birds is a cruel man ; who.
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefac
tor. We should like some -one to give us
the benefit of their experience in driving
out thcse pests We need something be
sides dogs, oats, and traps for this business.
-Scientiic American. N. Y.
,.Se ."CosTAn's" advertisement above.
1866.
. "CoST AR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure--the most perfect
RAT-ificatioi meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that can get it, properly
prepared. will eat it, and every one that,
eats it will die, generally at some place a a
distant as possible from were it, was taken.
-Lake Shore. Mich, Mirror.
JW See "CosTAa's" advertisement above.
1866.
IHOUSEKEgIEliS tr'oubled with vermin
need be-so' io lunger-. if theyaxse "CosTAa's"
Exterminator. Wehuaveised it, to our satis.
faction ; aind if'a box oost $6, we would have
it. Wir have tried polsons, but they effect ed
noth,ing ; but "Ostar's" article knocks the
breath ouit. of Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants,
and Dead-Bugs, qiciker than we can write it,
It ilu in grent. dhemnd all over the country.
-Mendluna, Ohaio, Gazette,
IM.. See "CoST.AWA'" advertisement above,
1866.'
A.VOI PROM THE fAR WEST.
Speaking Qf '"Cosas'" .Rat, Roach. Ant
&o,, Extermittafgr'.."more grain and pr'o
visloms aurk asiofed. anually In Gran
Countysby verndn, tban 1tould pay for tons
of this Rat and Itui.et. Killer.-Lancaster,
Wis., derald.
E. See "Costoa's"advertiser.en, rubc e
*osth .taia . Pe'le.db, o,, areoai.
.auliAaroedtyMu, and
othtiseets aid Vmernll' of whieh can
b.'- ved bp 9ftdoes wotth of
s's' E Seiig#nt, &e., E?ter
OR " afsadvertiesment abow
*giy $ M Qvqry hev

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