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WINNEtIIoRO,* Sept. 10.--Cotton
'Country F1qur, $9 a 9j.
- alti moro Flour *15. a 10 per barrel.
-Lard, 21 to 30c per pound.
C'orn, 12.00 per busiel.
eas, $1.75 per bushel.
Bacon -Sidee, 27c per pound.
Shoulders, 23c. per pound..
Meal,- 2.00 per bushel.
Sorghum, 80c per gallon.
Yarn, $2.50 a $3.00.
Butter, 25c. per pound.
.Eggs, 12} a 15 per dozent.
Tobacco, 45 to $1.10 por pound.
CHARLOTTI?, Sept 8, 1866.-Cotton.
'Sales of a few bales to.day at 24 a, 271
cents, tax paid.
New Flour, $16.00. Northerp
$13.50 a 14.00 per barrel.
Bacon,\ 21 a 22c. per pound.
Corn, $1.50 a 1.60 per bushel, in de
Peas, $1.45 a 1,50 per bushel.
Meal, $1.70 a $1.75 per. buihel.
Oats,. 75 a 80 per bushel.
Sorghum, 60c. per gallon.
COLUMBIA, Sept. 8.-Cottoi, 17 to
20,,gold; %2 to 28, currency.
Corn, $1.50 to 1.75 per bushel.
Flour,'19 to 17 per barrel.
Oats, 90 to 1.00 per bushel.
Peas, $2.00 to 2.25.por bushel.
Nay,' $2 25 to 2.50.
Rice, Rangoon. prime, 12 to 14c;
Carolina 15 to I 6c.
Tobacco. 40c. to 2.00 per pound.
Coin, gold 43 to 44.
AN Ex-CoNFEDVRATX OrICER ASNAILED
DY A Mon IN Nzw YonK.-Nqt a little ex
oitement was created in the lower part of
the city on Nonday morning, by the appear
ance of Col. Ives, formerly aide-de-camp to
Jeff. Davis. A story affecting the character
of Ives got abroad, and quito a mob assem
bled hooting, oring and threatening per
sona Violence. On arriving at his hotel
an uptoWn o ne-Ives was again assailed,
but on addressing the crowd, declaring his
innocond of the charges against him, the
mob dispersed. Col. Ives, since the concl.
sion of-the war, l'ae been a resident of Eng
land, of which c6nutry he is now. a citizen.
His wife is a sister of Raphael Acnmmes.
Neto York Sun.
TuT PRESIDNNTIAL DiNhik IN Npw Yon.
-The dinner given at Delmonioo's on Wed.
nosday evening, was probably the mostele
gantl and expensive affair of the kind over
enjoyed by so large a party in this country.
When the committees of citizens having
chage of the Presidential reception had
determintd.on a statebAnqtet. they order
ea, at Delmonico's, 14th stteet place. a din
ner for two hundred and fifty, with the
direction that it should be,. the best that
bould be gotton Up. 14o limit was placed as
to the cost of the dinner ot *ies. We are
informed that the dfiptio atiialy 6ost $25,
000 or-one h.ndred dollari.fofb each plate.
The imn1doulde Brownlow stated
that at the surrender of Nashville he
recovdred $600,006 in- specie, which
had been taken froi the State Bank
by Go*. Harrisa He sold this for
$700,000, and asked the Legislature
to legailie his aption. .?n a late mes
sage hp statWs the treasure recovered
at $45,000, and dme iinpdttinent leg
islators want to kniow what has becorpse
of the other - 150,000. Where is itf
Echo through tima will answer
IShereby giv'en that application will be
naeat the next regular'session of the
L,egislature fora'i-enewal and aaInendment of
the Charter of the Town of Winteborough,
5. 0. sept 11-tf
D OVER'S POWDERS, Sulphuric Ethe'r,
Cardamon Seeds, Chamomile Flow
ers, Ohloroform, Licoride, Corrosive, Subli
mate, - Colehoum Seed., Mustard, Bell Co
legne, Trieophoroui*. Arnold's Writing
Bl~L~ TCHIN,bMeMA8TBR &CG..
IT RAIN OIL, Kerqseae Oil, Consentrated
ILye, Chretne Green, Turpentine Soap,
Lamp Black, Venetish .Red aend Parlor
Matoess. For sale b
KETCHIN, MoMASTERI & 00.
1'rison Life of Ex-President
A~lOTHERR spply asw z'o'e1ved. MAsd
.?.BIll Arp, on hand.
EBTO1HIN, PoMASTER & CO.
BLU4CNDNG AND DYING.
R$. ENRYWILLIANS rehpbdtflally
atiounes tothe oltisens of' the Dis
wrist, that she is pered 40 Bleach end
Prses Hata and -Donsep.t Also to Die
Cloth &ewithas aus4'-dspatbr
A LssoN ioRDAD.-An old gentleman
farmer, who had two or three, very pretty
daughters, was so very anxious of his
charge that he would nt. permit them to
keep the company of young men. However,
they adopted the followin expedient to
enjoy the society of their jovers, without
the knowledge of 'their fat er. After the
old man had retired to rest, the girls would
hang a sheet out of the iindowb, ihicb was
quite a distance frvze the ground and the
beau would seize hold of it, and with the
assistance of his lady lovo, who tugged
lustily at the end above, would thus gain
entrance. But.itso happened that on
ev niung the girls hung out the sheet rather
early; for the old gentlemen, by some ill
wind was blown around the corner, and spy
ing the bed covering, could not oonjecture
the meaning of. its being there, He took
hold and. endeavored to pull it do*n. The
girls, supposing it to be one of their beaux,
began to hoist, and. did not discover their
mistake until the head of the old man was
level with the window sill, when one of them
exclaimed, "Oh ! Lord, it's dad I" Und let
ting go their hold, souse came the old man
on the hard stones and ground below, dis
locating *ne of his shoulders, which con
vinced him that his efforts to make old
maids of his daughters was not a matter so
easily accomplished, and withdrawing all
opposition to their keeping company, he
was soon a father in-idw.
An3OUT ADvERTISING.-There are
now and then business men to be found
in every community who do not or will
not recognize the benefits to be derived
from liberal adversising. They remind
us of the boy in Groton,Conn.,. who was
sent one inorning last summer by his
employer to Now London with a bag of
green corn to dispose of. The boy was
g6ne all day, and at night returned with
the bag unopened, which lie dumped on
the floor, sawing, "There's your green
corn; go and sell it yourself--I can't."
"Why" said the grocer. havn't you sold
any1' "Sold.any, no," said the boy,
"I've been all over NAv London with
it, and nobody said anything about green
corn. Two or three fellows asked me
what I'd got, in my bag, and I told them
'twas none of their business."
Those men whd keep their "bag,"
and will riot take pains to inform the
public what they have to sell, are about
as sagacious as the boy referred to.
SALTING DOWN CUOUMsS FOR
PIcKIL.-Leave half an inch of stem
on encumbers-wash them iii cold wa
ter-imnediately pack with salt in al
ternate layers, salt next to Wood-one
barrel of salt to five of cubumbers.
Fill the barrel full, putting salt on
top-cut a wide board so . as just to
fit inside of the barrel-bore half a
dozen half inch holes through-place
it on pickles with a stone on, which
should weigh at least twensy-five
pounds, so as to keep the pickles al
ways in brine. Take off the scum
which rises to the surface. Keep the
barrels in the .shade, and in four
weeks take off the stone sud fill to the
top, as they will settld some. Put
more salt on, then head. them up. and
they are ready for market. It as best
to have two sizes of pickles.,-Country
Cortenas refuses to acknowledge the
authority of Canales as Governor of
M'tamoras, and thruatens to. confis
cato property going into the interior
with Is permit.
Lumber, Lumber, Lumber.
T HE subscriber begs to infbrms his friends
..and former patrond that he has r'esum
ed the "LuMBER BUlSINESS," at Ridge
way, 8. C., 12'miies dobth of Winnsbord,
and immediately ad the C. & 8'. C. R. 1.
and having a fine lot of sawn timber on the
yard, sfocs thaif' orderi.
sej.4-x8mt2w G. P. HOFFMAN.
Save Your Grain.
flHE uudek'signed having made A-vh
-Irangemente to. feed frdm one
to two hundred Mules and Horses in n
nessee, at a coat of one.third less than . th y
can possibly be fed here. Any person wish
ing to send their stock, cor for flarthez par
tienlars, address me at Doko, 8. 0.,4imme
diately. I will receive stoek at .Dr. Sami.
Mobley's on the 25th inst. Any person
wishing to send will be required t'o advance
fonr dollar. per hisadl. No fhrther aditanees
requred until the stock is delhvered.
uyflaNxosfr~-Gen. Kinard. and' Ms]jor
Eiuflrd, Newberry, 8. 0. ; B. P. 3Mobley
Dr. Saml. Mobley, Fairfield, 8. 0.
I. A. ALLEN.
S- TbDEN from my plntation nieM'r.
ULogtowa, on~ unday nigtL~
2nd instant, a large dark
mare MULE, about 16hands hh. he
lias a smell toat above the left efe. t will
give 26 dollars fdi- her' delldiyto me,. or
any informatiop that will enabl o 'ne togt
H. T. ORUMPTON,
Longto*n, Fairfield District, S. 0.'
nlu and %7men .Journal will copy titre
jies adend bill to this 1110e,
AB ltB ofEia'eiyB4hor
BAQfOT, R!RRA& Re00.
Ketohin, Mbffaster & Co.,
BE8' WHITE WINE VINEGAR,
Bath Brick, -
Night Blodfiink 06fteni, Swebt 10openax,
and other Perruitery.
Putty and Red Lead. aug 14-tf
BARRES NEW BALTIMORE FAMILY
boxes Adamantine Candles.
" Superior Pearl Starch.
Sacks Liverpool Salt.
A lot of fine Turnip Seed. Fdi- sale low Ut
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
atig 28-tf No. 2, l'otel Range.
RS. D. B. McCREIGHT respectfully in
forms the LADIES of Winusboro, and
vicinity, that she may be fond at the dwel
ling of Mr. Jas. McCreight, where. she is
prepared t,o Repair, Refit or Trim Hate and
Bonnets, on the most reasonable terms.
A share of their patronage Is respetfi)lly
solicited. aug 80--tf
MoCREIGHT'S GIN SHOP,
?STABLISHED IN 1800.
Q INS reade and repaired. Also, the fa
McCREIGHT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a new and neat pattern on hand.
THOMPSON, WITHES HO.,
&c., &c., &o.,
' GENTLEMEN'S HATS.
Low for cash. july 19-tf
Magic Washing Flud!.
A LL colored goods ars rendred brighter;
*ooleqs are less liable to shrink;
white goods are made bsij!r t!y white, and
all styles of g'ds *ill t1li'eas long
as by the ,old style cf issfiSt, because
there Is no tUBBING or 8CRUBBING of
tlie 616thO8. With five o'Ents worth, an of'
dinary washing may be done In two houre.
sept 4-fL ADD 'ERO8' Agents.
Blueing! ineing I
VANDEUEN'8 CELEBRATED BLUE.
IN-he-best article known-,.for sale
by : ' ADD IIROS.
AN assortment, of PAlT8 and OIliS'
A conuistingn part or.
English Vesietlan Re~
Dry Preslan Blue, - -
. amp Blaek.
-*or sale by
BAC6iiRIVEUM ? 00.,
aug 25' if . No. 2, Hot41 Rang.
3. H. BA(QGET, & 00,,
PACT6IS, 110 AOCOIK6)ATIEN WigY,
Give their attstnioa neol el to the
401(G AND 3 QBT 80 dCO!ATON.
FALL AND WINTER
1I91HIuery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & 0O.
IMPOnTZIn9 AND DRALURS Or
Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and cheapness. Orders
solicited and prompt 4ttention given.
Terhis-Cash. aug 28-2mo
NE W 3 PRING GOODB
STOLL, WEBB & 00,,
BANCROFT'8 OLD STANDj
287 Kiq St., 3 doois Below Went orh
WE have now opened a splerdid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
Frenoi and American, 'which are of the
most desirable syles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them our
wholesale rooms offer every induceinent.
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 city reference will meet
with proipt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part df the State. Our stock consists
in part of- ,
White Osnaburghs, Strip&d Osnaburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Islidnd Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, .10-4, '12.4 Plaid Blue.
and Stripped Blue Homespun. BI ached
and Brown Drills, Blaik French Vroad
cloths, Hosiery and.Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all 4ualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Bilks and Black
Bilks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, - White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
eis' Prown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every erty t.be found
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agentat prices.
We would respectflly call the at tention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
sons generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement. and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wenkworth.
Charleston, S. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB, :
H. C. WALKER,
PolitiCS and NeWR I s,- -
A Familyyeanal, ~ 4
n esA.L.ow,s..* I'".
IN ONE W AX140TH SHFRET,
F. A. MOOD & U., SotDID,.Editouu & Prop's.
'THE RECONIZED SPECIALITIES OF
Prof. Egbdat Jackson, formerly- of Lon
don, Robert Herbert, M. D., from Philadel
phia, adtd Dr. Eugene Velpetu, fortherly of
the London and Paris Venereal Hospital.
Perinanen, and'dpied$ oute g11alanteed of
Gonorrhea, SyphIllis, Gleet, Spermatorrhcea
or Selt-Abibe, dad of every possible form
of private disease of every name or nature
- Dr.. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholie Compound,
an unfailing remedy for intemperanco ; writ.
Mod'nattlfr f Light, 800 pages,I100 plates,
5Oools, 8Sfor $1.
D'r. taokson's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $6, a safe and effectuul
remedy, for all Irreglarities and obstruc
tions, frm whatever cause, Drt Jacksop's
Orientdr In'igerating Liniment,$2t,er bht
tie, SeBnd for ehronlar. Genuine Preicha
S5fes $1, 0 for $4,12 for $7. ?end for oir
cna ad write, you will prngstigy receive
* kind, disereet and ezhoI amnwr. A d.
dress. 90. dakcrj~)4 r sim.
?l . 0. Box8, ~Einal Ohioe. 0fice
No. are Sepe eIdioiss and
to pr of the ooutr'
An Old Song, set to a New T'i
Ocr 1866. og a
"As spring a proaches
Ants and Roaches
*om their holes come bt,
And Mice and Rats,
ln #,vitj of cats,
Gal# kp aboust.,
"181y.eaks eqatlished-in N, Y. City."
infallble remedies known."
'.ree from PoisonU.," .
"N9L angerous to. he fiunaft Family."
"Rats eOme out of their holes to die."
"VouierM" Rat, R oac,&c.. Eze
Is U pasto--used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &c., &c., &c.
"Coster's" Bed-Bttj E.iteriAska
To a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
alsd 46 4 preibntivo for Bed-B1ugs, &e.
"oustar's" Electric Powder for
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, led-Bug,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
. I I BhwEAR I I ! of all worthless
Xi See that "COsTA's" name is on
each 1ox, Bottle, aid Flask, before you bul.
MP1 Address, HENRY R-COSTAA' .
S So484 tlroad tay, N. Y.
SW By- %
- All Druigists and Retailers every.Where.
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New, Orfeans,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazete (English) asserts and proves by fig-,.
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro.
geny and decendants no less - than 651,060
idthree years. Now, unless this immense.
family can be kept down, they would con
sumo more food than would sustain 6,000
A0 See'CosTAan'a"'advertisement above.
- vs 1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.--Whqever engages
in shooting small birds is a-oruel man; who
ever aids 4a exterminating rats is a benefac
tor. We should like some one to give us.
the benefit of their experience in driving
out these posts We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this busines
-Scient(fic American, N Y.
EM,. See "CosTAR's" advertisement above.
"COSTAR'V' RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe and sure-the. most perfect
RAT..fication meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every. Rat that can get It, properly
prepared. will eat it, and eiery,. e that
eats it will die, goudftlly dt Ome place a s
distant.a, pololhle frd,mwere it *as taken.
-Laki Ahore, Mich' kfrror.,
J&f See "CoiiAZ'1'advortisimn above.
HOUSEKEEPERS tron~bled with vermin.
need be so no longer, if they use "CosTAn's"
Exterminator. Wehiaveoused it toour sat.ls-'
faction ; and if a box cost $5, we would have.
it. .We have tried p-oisons, but they effected
nothing ; but "Costar's" article knocks the
breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it..
It Is in great demand all ove# the country.
-'-Mendina, Ohio, Oqzette.
. emg. See "C6'arAa'd"aavertisonledtabove.
.A VbfC$ 1fROM TNlE FAR WEST.-,
Spleaking of "COsTA's" Rat, Roach, Ant'
&c., Exterminator-"pnore 'grain and pro'
visins are destroyed annually in (Oran
County by vermin, than would pay for toa.
of this Rat .and Insect Killer.-Lancaster
~.See "CosTAn's" advertisement above'
FARMER8 AND IIOUSEKlEEPER.
should recolleet that hundreds of dollart
worth of i-ain, Provisions, &e., are an-,
nually destroyed by Rats, ge, ents, and
other Jhsedts and vermls1df of whidh can.
be prevented .by a fesw ,lra worth of
"CosAs"' Bt, Roach, Ku &o., Exter
,minata, bdtag, and used freely.
Uf',se"e" A's" advertisement above)'
AL Druggieje and Dealers everywher.
- .BAR4S, WARD) & VO,