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May be expected to-morrow as fol
Episcopal Church, Rev. W. P. Du
bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M.
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. StAcy, 11
A. M. and 5 P. M.
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 8
Presbyterian Church, It A. M (pro.
The first bale of new cotton for this
mcket was brought in yesterday, Fri.
day31st, by Mr. John Simonton, and
'purcNsed by Messrs. Cathcart& Elliott,
for 30 -tnts per pound.
To AdtNrisers.--Orders for advertis
ing should be handed in by noon of
Mondays, Irednesdays and Fridays, to
secure inserton in the next day's issue.
WINN8ioRO, Sept. 1. - Cotton
One new baie soldat 30c.
Country Flour, k9 a 91.
Balimore Flour $a5. a 16 per barrel.
Lard, 27 to 30c per jound.
0orn, $2.00 per bus..
Peas, $1.75 per bushel.
Bacon Sides, 26c per po4nd.
Shoulders, 22e. per pouna.
Meal, $2.00 per bushel.
Sorghum, 80e per gallon.
Salt, $5. a $5.50.
Yarn, $2.50 a $3.00.
Butter. 25c. per pound.
Eggs, 12}i at 15 per dozen.
Tobacco, 45 to *1.10 per pound.
CH1ARLOTTr, Aug. 30, 1866.-Cotton.
A few bales sold to-day at 24 a 26c
New Flour, $16.00. Northern
$13.50 a 14.00 per barrel.
Bacon, 18 a 21 c. per pound.
Corn, $1.50 a 1.65 per bushel, in de.
Peas, $1.45 a 1.50 per bushel.
Meal, $1 90 a $2.00 per buihel.
Oats, 65 a 70 per bushel.
Sorghum, 50c. per gallon.
Silver, $1 35.
0oX.uInsA, Aug, 29..-Cotton, .17 to
21, gold; 22 to 30, currency.
Corn, $1.50 to 1.80 per bshel.
Flour, $10 to 19 per barrel.
Oats, *1.00 to 1.10 per bushel.
Peas, $2.00 to 2.25 per bushel.
Ilay, $2 25 to 2.50.
Rice, Rangoon. prime, 12 to 14c;
Carolina 15 to I6c.
Tobacco, 40c. to 2.00 per pound.
Coin, gold 47 to 48.
TIIAT infant, whose face you look down
upon in love, "to see yourselfreflected
there," whose first lisped word is the en
dearing title of "MOTHER." Is liable to
the peculiar disctiase whiob blasts the tens
of thousands of the promising buds of hu
hianityjust opening into life. Mark that
vastuing form ! That gIasy, expressionless,
eye! That fitfyl; startling sleep! Th,ose
thin. emaciate9, fingers constantly pIcking
att the noseY All tell In plainer language
thanpensAn describe that your beloved
chiki I' bein.g devoured by Worms.
Get one box of Van D)eusen's Home Con.
puetlens--your child will be cured, and your
hieart madejoyful. For sale by
aug 80-ti' L A DD) BROS0'.
Mi S Dl. B. MIoCREI(IIT respeef fully In
.1forms the LADIES or Winnsboro and
Vicinity, that she may' be found at the dwel
hing of Mr. Jas. MotCreight, where she is
irepared to Repalr, ReIt or Trim Hats and
onnets, on the most reasonable terms.
A share of their patronage Is respectfully
solicited. aug 80-ti
BLEA.0HING AND DYTNG.
MJJR8. HENRY WILLIAMS respectfully
..1announses to the citizens of the Dis
trict, that she Is prepared to Bleach And
I'ress lats and Blonnets. Also to Dye
Cloth, &o., with neautness and despatch.
DuBIOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
Aug 14-tf No. 8, Hotel Rlange.
TIES LtFE ASKD CAMFAIGNs OF
General (Stonewall) Jackson,
* By Prof. Al. L. Dabneti, D. D., of Va.
T 113 Standard Biography of the Immortal
Here. The only edition authorised by
his wIdow, and published for her peuniary
benefit. The antee personal frisnd and
Chief of St of te Christian So#ldler. We
'want ani agent in erery county. Send for
circulars and see our terms, and what the
Press says of the work. Address
N ATIONA L PUIBLISH IING CO.,
Uorner 7.Lh and Maim St... ikome.4 Va
AN EXTBAORDINARY MoNjEY.Jhe
New York Post thus describe6 theor.
formances of an extraordinary moy
now being exhibited on the tr'etof I
The organ is rarely, if ovef; usedk.
cept to attract the nucleus of a cr4,
After that the entertainment is of a1.
gular character. The rhonkey (a s
one) takes his place on a platform' wh,
is nearly as high as a manig head, i
begins the pertormance with music of.
own upon the violin. The tones a
not particularly sweet, but the postu
of the player is very amusing to t
crowds. At the conclusion of this th
monkey carelessly tosses the instrumen
and the bow into the hands of his trainei
and, taking a hurdy-gurdy places the
strap around his neck, Qtd makes more
music of its kind. Afterwards comes a
Then the programme varies. Th<
monkey is provided with a needle and
a piece of cloth and sews rajpidly, if no
very well; with a broom he energeti
cally sweeps the stage. His motionf
at this time closely imitate those of ai
industrious, but careless and comical ser
vant girl; and the spectators who won
dered and applauded the Monkey during
hia musical exhibition now laugh hearti
The performer next takes the part of s
warrior. His gun he first "presents" for
inspection. Subsequently he removes
the ramrod, drives home the charge, at
soldiers on parade do it, and shouldere
arms, carries arms, takes aim and fire
off the percussion cap, with which th(
lock has been supplied. The march o
the monkey on his short legs excite
great merriment. A broad-sword exer
cise completes the belligerent entertain
ment. The monkey fences very wel
with his traitier, who stands off to avoi<
The performances conclude with gro
tesque tricks. The monkey, which i
eightec-n inches high, puts on the grea
cap of his master, and with a ludicrou
air, struts around the platform. Ther(
are other similar acts. Finally he assist
the servant in taking up the collectior
Standing in the centre of the platforn
he catches in his hands, with great skill
the coins thrown at him, no matter fror
how far, or how many come about th
same moment. Hlis purse hangs fror
his belt, and the money is slipped in i
with wonderful quickness and dexterity
The monkey takes off his hat and make
a vory good bow at the end of the ex
A WoxDRFUL WATC.-A remarkabli
mechanical w*riotity ha#Y60ently beei-oon
structed in Lndon. It is a watch belong
Ing to a menber of Parliament, and design
ed and made expressly for him, by Jame
Fugerson Cple, the celebrated London wate
maker. This unique pocket chronomete
has a silver dial, on which are nine handi
indicating respeotlvely the hours, minute
and seconds; the days of The -k ; th
day of the month ; the months of thaeai
It corrects itself for unequal months. that I
to say, changes when they have thirty an
when thirty.one days; and also corrects it
self for leap year. It is so constructe
that any altght agitation of the watch, sue
as the ordinary exercise of walking, wind
it up Thus it may be worn and will g
perfectly for years, without requiring eve
to be opened. althoiug it can also be woun
by a key in the usual manner. The dial i
arranged in five circles, and within th
largest the hour circle, there is a semi-oih
ele, showing the moon's age and phases b
means of gold on a ground of blue steel. fl
the back of the watch is a gold indicate
for ascertaining the time in the dark b
touch. The complicatiotn of the mechanis,
may be8 imagined, And yet the watch is<
ordinary dimensions and may be conven
ently worn in a gentlemau's pocket. It coi
the sum of three hundred gulneas.-Mcker
Bro S-oran.-They have the moi
remarkable storms and tornadoes oi
West. The most wonderful of rece:
date occurred In Illinois says a local pa
The ne.tt objects receiving the "attei
tionj" of the storm were Mr. Compton
house and stable. The house was 2
by 64 feet, two stories high, in wbit
were himself and family, but it was ti
ken up bodily andI borne a distance 4
.iighit rode andt then set down againi
"good order," not a person hurt, nor
single piece of crockery nor aniythi'n
displaced. The stable was torn to atom
the horses that were in it, were left ni
Gen'1 Supt's OBee, Charlott
& South Carolina E. R,
CoLuxEIA, 8. C., Angust 26, 1866.
O N and after September lst., the Loci
Freight and Passenger Tariffs Over th
heoad wil be redtroed as follows, vis :
COLUMBSA TO OtNABLoTTE.
First Class Freight 75. per 10
8econd Class Freight. 40.. per I0
Third 01a.. Freigh 40s. per I0
Fassnger Fare $700, threugh.
Corresponding fates to intermaediate ste
tien. Through Tickets sold to all polaj
North at reduced rates.
aucr 862 JANUS AmDr,sg, ga*.
FROMPSON,IO & CO.,
Low for cash. _' july 19-tf
O JUST REUEIVED
tohin, Mo$aster & Co.,
48T WHITE WIA'VINEGAR,
Bath Br k,
Ex t Lemon,
E tract, Vanilla,
- Cox's Oelatine,
NI Blooming Ieus, Sweet Opopenax,
3 Puttind Red Leid. aug 14--f
L(W FOR CASH.
AND FAMILY FLOUR.
Also dand a getieral assortment of
OR' BOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
aug 0No. 8, Hotel Range.
AR, NE BALTIMORlE FAMILil
Boxes Ad ntine Candles.
" Suior Pearl Starch.
" Sacks Lv9ool Salt.
S A lot of f irnip Seed. For sale low b,
" "*AGO!.RVRR & .CO.,
aug 28-' No.2, Hotel Range.
MeG IGHT'S GIN SHOP,
r ESTOLISHED IS 1800.
1INS ma, and repaired. Also, the fa
CR REVERSE GRIST KILL,
FISK'S 4ALLIC BURIAL CASES,
I anew and n* pattere on hand.
'M IIIIses-usad ltraw Goods.
ARMSTROS, CATOR & CO,
ixrP&ais AND DEALERS or
SBontret Siksod Satins,
B Stre Itonnets,
I Trimmed and.Untrinmme
-- 27ud Shaker Hoods.
No 87 indIafsf289 Baltlmuore St.,
Offer a Stock ugrpassed in the Unit<
a States In variei.7 Stid eheaptress. OIrdel
solicited and fronmt attentior given.
Termns-Cash. aug 28-2muo
on. Sup'ts ffRe.O. & S.4
Obarhet & 8. C. Railroad,
Coeitobis 8. 0., Jnne 1, 1868.
o0 N and aftee8na4 , the 8d inst.ant,
0 ' Passeng will run over ti
.L1eColu I 4.16 P. M.
,..ve at t011.16 P. M.
La. ehar 3 >.16 P. 31.
itt at Ce - .16 P. M.
1~a* ~6~ D RSON,
4 'kW6rimtit ot *A,kiT6 lad 011&
.' isistifg fi ait of
English Vnetiair Rid;
Dry Pruslain Blue,
For sale by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
aug 25-tf No. 2, 1otol Range.
FAMILY FLOUR-JUST RE
1000 LBS. COUNTRY FLOUR.
4000 lbs. Northern Flour. Patt of It very
fine. KETCIlN, MoMASTERC & CO:
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Ventworth
E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the city, orders ao.
companied with oity reference will moot
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs. Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Denims. Brown Denims, Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtinge,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue lomespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
nsk, all qualities, Calicoes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghaims, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Mustins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
er8' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at,
WHOLKSA LE AND 1ET.I..
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi
zens generally of Fairtield District, to our
advertisement. and solicit a call fron them
should they visit. the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth
Charleston, S. C.
If. C. STOLL, Charleston
11. C. WALKElt,
, -Politics and News,- t
A Family Journal,
$4 pe num.
Haigthe largest country cireulatien in the Stat
.A.MOOD & U. S. BIRD, Editors & Prop's.
@ ~Ever ihblshd! AE
-'oltter peges for two
TERECOGNIZED) SPECIALITIES 0
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lot
don, Robert Herbert, M. D., fromt Phiiladc
(1phia, atnd D'r. Eugene Velpoau, formerly
athe London and P'aris Venereal Hospital
Permanent. andi speedly cutres guaranteed
Gonorrhea, Syphillis, GIloot, Spermtat orrho
cr Self-A buse, and of every possible for
- of private disease of every name or nattu
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compoun
an unfailing re-nedy for intemiporainco; wri
Mountain of Light, 800 pages, 100 plat<
50t cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills;
per box, extra fine $5, a sate aind effeottu
remedy, for all Irregularities anid obstral
tione, from whtatever-caus~e. Dr. Jacksot
Oriental Invigurating Linim~enf, $2 per b<
a tIe. Send for circular. Genuine Fren
is Safes $1,.6 for $4,12 for $7. Send foreo
eular and write, you will promptly recei
a kind. discreet and explicit answer. A
dreus Dr.. Jackson, Herbert, & Co., or sil
ply P. 0. Box 486, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ofli
No. 107 Sycamore Street. Medicines al
instruct,ions sent to any part op the counti
in Old Song; set to a New TunO
oT 1866. 29
"As spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out,
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years established ir N. Y. City."
"Only n'f61ible femedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Ifuman Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
'i00ater'b" Rat, Roach, &c.. Ex.
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &o., &c., &o., &c.
"Coster's" Iied-Bug Exterinua
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preleiti-Ve' f6 Bed-Buff, &c.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bug#,
Insects on Plants, FoWs, Animals, &o.
SI I I I BIEWARE I I I of all w.rthless
2ii See that "UosAr',, name is on
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
X&f Address, HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broad fay, N. Y.
All Drubgists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gasette (English) asserts and proves by fig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and decendants no less than 651,050
in threo years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 65,000
AW- SOO "CosTAR's" advertisement above.
RATS versus BIRDS,-Whoever engages'
in shooiing small birds is a cruel Man; who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a bnefho
tor. We shoald like some one to give us
the benefit of their experience in driving
ont these pests Wd need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this btsines&
-Scientific American. N. Y.
, See "CosTAK's" advertisement abovo.
"COSTAR'S" RAT E''RMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure-the most perfect
RAT-ification neeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prel)ared. will eaf it, and every one that
eats it will die, generally at some place i s
distant its posoible fron were it was taken.
-Lake Shore, Miih, Mirror.
ia See "COsTAR's" advertisement above.
HOU0E 3il EEPElilS troubled with eernmin
needi be so no longer,, itf they use "'Cos-ran's"
Extecrm,inator. We haveoused it to our satis
faction ; and itf a box cost $5, we would have
it. W e have tried poisons, but they effected
nothing ; but "Costar's" art icle knucks t he
breat h out of Rais, Mice, Rtoachies, Ants,
and lBed-Buigs, qu:icker than we can write it.
- It is in great demaind all over the country.
-Melndina,, Ohio, (Ga:rutle.
E See 'Vgu4n's" advertisement above.
F A VOf OM TRE IFAR WEST..
Speaking of "CoS-rAn's" Rat, Roach, Ant
I&o., Exterminator-"more grain and pro
I- visions are destroyed annually in Gran
>f County by vermin, than wouldl pay for tons'
i. of this Rat andi Insect. Killer.---acaster,
>f' Wis., 1Herald.
a 5%. See "CoWr.t'st" advert iser.:ent above
FARMEIIS AND HIOUSEKNEPERS
s, should recollect that hundreds of dollars
worth of Ora5n, Provisions, &c., are an
71 nually destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants, and
uii other insects aud vermin-all of which can
c:- be prevented by a few dollars' worth of
s "CosT-Ra's'- Rat, Roach,- Ant, &c., Exter
- minator, bought and used freely.
'ih gg,, See "Cos-rA's" advertisement above.
d- All Druggists and Dealers ovywhere
n- the South. $
c BARNES, WARD & CO.,
y.New Orleans, Lab