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Foreign New--Per table.
"LIvaPoo.,-September 12, Eiening.-The
%anad steamships Huropa fad Tarffs,sail
'ed ft fQuebeo this afternoon with a regi
enO of Hussars.. Ship Twilight, which
U(ed'eceutly from this port to New York
*Vut back dis tied.
MuNIOu, 4ember 12.--The Govenment
*of Bavaria has conclnded t4 attempb'sedur
"1ng a -lopn of twenty-eight millions, by
tineans of a lottery to be drawn here.
.LoNDON, September 12, Evening -The
WIorning Poet of to-day warmly applauds the
-'pnlicy of non-inteivention of the United
'States in the war between Tpain, Chili and
Peru, and cordially approves the rnodera
(in evinced by the United States respecot
Ing Mexico. - -
LoNDopI Septemier*18, Noon.-The At.
lantio Telegraph Company have called a
meeting of stockholders for the' purpose of
raising funds to buy up the interest of the
Anglo-American Telegraph Company, un
dor whose ausfioes the Cable has been com.
pieted.
SOUTfAXPTON;,. Septetber 18, Noon.-..
The steamship lansa, from Bremen, sailed
to-day with a fair . compliment of passen.
gars atd d14,000 'lb gold.
PAnts, September 18.-The Moniteur of
to-day publishawsaVonventiole which was
signedlin'the .Oity of Mexico, by which
Maxintillian transfers to French agents one
half the .tdeiptt from cu'stoths throughout
the Enir4, for thqe pfrpose of paying the
liabilities of 31exico to France. The.con.
vention goes into operation on the let of
Nov'mber.nEt.
BERLIN, 'Beptbrnber 18.-Thb trussian
Chamber of'Deputies hAs voted an electorial
law and Parliament for Saxony. The nego
tiations betweed Prussia and Saxony make
'very slow progrsess . dt is said that Prussia
demands the takitg of the oath of loyalty
- 'to herself by the. Saton troops. The pay.
inent of ten millions df thalers as indebfity
to Prpssia for expenses of the war, hdtd 'the
right to gorrison the fortress of Konigstean
and the cities of D resten and Leipsic *ith
Prussian troops,
8'. PrEHsBdmo, $8ptembr t -A fare.
-well banquet was given -to-day to the allied
Embaemy. Assistant Seoretar' Fox and
several Uqited States Naval, 0 ers *ere
present. Count Chakoff made h speecb e'c
pressive of the hope that the erA - of good
ow prevailing between Rusqia and the Uni
ted States may be permanent, 'nd stated
that there was no danger of Its being con
sidered as a menace to other nations.
PAnts, September 18.-The Journal des
Debate to-day states that the French emd
-English Governments have conjointly mad*
an active representation to the Sultan of
Turkey against the acquisition of the Uni
ted States Goernment of in island in tbr6
Gulf of Asina.
BRLIN, Septembeir, 14.-Dpubt havia
L"s espressed of tha#ssage of.. e 6L
lauthorising the King to make a loan for the
liquidation of the wat expensel, it is aa.
nounced on what 01ay be' considered semi
. 90ain'l authqrity, tuat should-the bill be re
jected the Chiihber of Deputies Will be dip
solVed by'. royal decree.
The Markto-,Foreiga anA Domestic.
Nsw.Youic, September 16.-Gold -1441
Cotton Arm; Oplands 881; Orleans 851@3.
Crop accounts unfavorable. Wheat dull, 1
(a)20. lower Flour drooping. Pork quiet
.at.$88.50..
'Ltv9aJooL, September ld--Cotton market
e steady and unohanged; Brokers' eircular
reporta sales for the week of t0,000 bales.
Middling Uplands vuoted at 18d. Bread
st4fs and Provisions unchanged. Consols
89..
From Washington,
WAsI?nGToN, September 16,-Sedrttary
MoCulloch has directed the Commissioner
of RoIvenue te givq special.attention to a're
vision -of the tariff, and rep6rt a bill for the
consideration of Congress.
. It is Iqtended to make the ustom, br ah
- of' reveni1e system more* simple,econoniieal
-and oftective; .
*'' The comnssioner Is instructed to-consid
er w)iat levetlue is necesslry for the eige1.
oles et the"Goveranment, and alto to proposa
su bnedinotatvsjs of-.tarid as will betso
st.i~apd'tqua lise^' duties .04- foreign is
port, giit I nt.ernal taxes on home prod'ue
tioiS.-..ecretary boilleh 'suggests 6 re.
4i9et.ion of taxation upon the raw 'na(esial
aa#mtdinery of borne produd'tions -
TheerQ16k Refald Bolight Out by the
Radieals,
' sfNTN .8eptember 18,.-Jhe 1iew
'York Herald,,which- haw hewtrialy sup
yoirted tie PrZesident, in Uisj's iudue pro
.)lounces- hii plan of reuiWtion a failure;
'and morveover says, his generous'actions to
- ie lat revolted States have been' accepted
f . biat people as coverinlg a licene for man
* g t~is'y daitrage 'agaibet th4 poor tiegrips
an ibolition, Yankes g&d th'at:the- ound
Iwl whfobs oomnaqueed in fLain.uif eeVp
- whole country as against the PrsVes t's
onuffrT4ww,1t., Sept. ~5.-- 'bridge at
thik see brokb 4own ils' , iorning with a
- fpersns', who esbie tosee the
enl heyfl t rIpst ogr egye
PUA.IA, A,$996- 16,-. Eythe
ao4etaJ*n aen Iwqle Vete daIsh4d
, tomn of a 41ef
*toilltot';
eat all n
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
At the Sign of -Me Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S Cs,
WHOLES4L9 ANU RETAIL,
Importer and Dcaler in English aed
-Am1erican
H1DWAPE& 0LEEV
IRON, STEEL,
Nails, Castings,
Mill Stones,
Botting Cloths,
Circular Saws,
Mill Irods,
. Sugar Pans,*
INDIA. RUBBER AND LEATER BELTINO0
Carpenters, Blacksmith
and Tanners' Tools,
Housek6eping and
Furnishing Hardware,,
AOICULTURAL IMPLIMENTS1
Lime, Coment,
Plaster, Paint., Oils,
Frqnoh and Amerioau
Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles,
Pistols,
. tabot Delt.a, -
Powder Flasks,
Powder, Shot, &o.,
sept 18-6m.1
PLANTIER09 HOTEL,
CORNER QUEEN ANDICoHUROH 8TREET6,'
OHARL48TON, S. 0., '
C. W, & J. B. DENNIS, Propritori.
splendid IOTEL will be opened on
T 1st of October, on the 'European
system- It has been remodelled and refur
nished throughout. . This Hotel -oontains
over wre hundred,rooms, which will be re
served chiely for the use of travellers .and
transient guests. Compet4t, assistants
have been secured in every department, and
every attention will be paid to ensure com.
fort to' their onotomers. The sleeping
rooms are airy and clean. The reaturant
'will be supplied with the beat fare the mar.
ket affords. Porters will always be ready
to attend etch. arrival and departure of.
trains. The traveljing. public, transient
visitorq and others, yill And in it all- the
luxuries of a first-class house, combined
wi0 the bomforts of home. The location is
finFly adapted for business men and ,travel
lers. No pain3 or expense will be spared
to give entire satisfagton.
sept 1-2m
F. HORSEY,
Horsey, Atten & Co.,
.AT1, CAP8 AND TRAW G008,
NO. 25 HAYNE STRRET,
CHARMMSTON, S. C.
sapt, 18-Im
BOf'AND SarE
MANUFAOTORYe
I BEG leave to inform my
friends and patrons
that I have resumed my
business at the old stand
on Main-Street,.- urmekly
econpied by Jhti Cremer.
All work maO ai;4 repair-..
ed at shortest ,notice, add 'neatly executed
by the' bqst WHITE MEOHANXCB, and
warranted to give satisfaotibu to the uost
fastidious. All who desire fine and 1ating
#ork will please give me a okll before -p4 .
ciasing elsewhere. R. W. BONE
sept 18-8mo
- For Sale.
ONE ihORSE WAGON AND UAR .
A . J.P JE~tNKINS, (Qolered,)
sep15--1
Quinine,
fOVER'8 POWDERS,. Sulpburlo Ether,
.)Cardamnoin Bagde, Chamomile Flow
ers, Chloroform, iedri'es, Corrosivn Subli.
mate, Coleheum Seeds,, Mustard, Bell do
legne, Tricophoroas, Arnold's Writing
EEid KTCBIN, MoMASTER & CO.
Prison ife of Er.'residenlt
ANOTHERsuppIl just reeived. Also
sept11&CO
-Lirmbr, Lmmbery Lumber.
tHU subeoriber begs to informs his frIends.
aLnd foyUe patronu -that Ite has resum
ed the "L,UMBBR BUSINE$8,'' at Ridge.
way, 8.0,, 12 uiifes - south of Wlnnsboro,
ad 1aedgtly on the:0. & O. 0. B. R
and having& fine lot of sawth timtber on tb
dy soidtb their orders.
G. P. HOFtMAy.
sept 4-z8m4 f2w
GUN A~ to TQpr
1 1 N eTOI 2.
.U. T REOEIVED
Ketshin, MoMaster & 0o.,
SOTEL RANGE,
B8 w TE WINE VINEGAR,
Spices, &o
Bath Brick
Family do, .
- B t Lemozk
zzxitt Vanilla,
k. 'Ektraot Pineapple,
Cox's Gelatine,
Coa:n Starh.
- - ALSO.
Night Bj)otaog Orus, Swett OPopena ,
ad other Perfumery. . g
S . kALSO,
Putty and JWg Lead. aug 14it
JUST REGMZVD,
BY
THOMPSON, WITHES& CO.,
CALICOES,
BROWN DRI,LS,
BROWN and
BLEACHID HOMESPUN,
HOOP SKIRTS,
SUAPENDERS,
TOOTH BRUSHES,
40o., &0., &C.
ALSO-,
LADIES'
and
GENTLEMEN'S HATS.
Low for cash. july 19-tf
VIRGINIA
Magie Washing Fluidf'
A LL colored goods are rendered brighter I
woolens are less liable to shrink;
white goods are made brilliantly white, and
all styles of goods will last twice as long
as by the old style of washing, because
there is no RUBBING or SRUBBING of
the clothes. With five cents worth, an or
dinary washing may be dpne in two hours,
sept 4-tf LADD BROS' Agents.
Blueing iBneing I
VANDFUSEN'S CELEBRATED BLUE.
ING--the best article ,known-for sale
by - ~ , LADD BROS.
sept 4-tf
JUST RWEIV.D,
N as~rm90r '4AINT and OILS
couistin In part of
White Lead,
Black Paint,
Ited Lead,
English Venetian Red,
Dry Prusian -Blue,
. Lamp Black,
Chrome Green,
Turpentine,
Varmish,
Lidseed OIL
-Vor sale by '
r ACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
aug 26-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
JVST RZEIEDE.
BARRLS NEW BALTIMORE FAMILY
FLOUR.
Boxes Adamkntine Candles,
s 8uperior Pearl Starch.,
Sacks Liverpool Salt.
* . AESG,
A lot ot'ne Turnip Seed. For sale low by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
aug 28-tft No. 2, Hotel Range.
JUST REOEIVED,,
'DRESof-Extra Fatlly- Baltimor.
j'ul 17'66..tf -No. 2, Hotel Ranage.
EST'AELISHED IN 18 .
I'NS made and repafred. Also, the fa
moinus
MeCREIGHT REVERSE UIST lILL,
pjI8 ~ITALLI0 BliRIAL CASES,
aufnw d test pelteru ot kand.
10o ACUON AflflI WHARF
Ov ratdt nex.ottlively to' th4
~O 0AIIPI~*8*4Pk,1 COT'6d1.
tbe 4 i~ tnde os Onsignmentu
triit,bta eM Itplenrd to jo~
Press Hats *4n6 es -1Q#~
~Ieb,&oi ~Ihitpste aaai
FALL AND WINTER
MPORTTION.
' M11ihnery dnd Straw Goods.
ARMSTRO r ATOR & 0o.
IxPoR'rxks AND DRALURS Or
Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Velvets,
Ruohes,
Flowers,
Feathqrs,
Striw Bonnets,
. J,adies' Hate,
Trimmed anp Untrimmed,
Shaker Haoods.
No 287 and Lofts of 2A9 Baltimore St.,
Baltimore, Md.
Offer a giook unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and choapness. Orders
golicited and prompt attention givep.
Ters-Cash. au. 28-2mo
NEW SPRING GOODS
DAY 'GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
ISTOLL, WEBB & 00.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND
287 King A., 3 doors BNow Wentworth
W E have now opened a' splendid
took 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 cloihing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offtr every inducement.
Plantation goods In every variety. -
This being a busy season with the planter
aid he not able to visit the city, orders so.
.companied with city referende Will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Bamples, with price lists, sent to
any'part of the State. Our - stock consists
In par( of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osdilurgs,
Blue Denims. Brown Denim., Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine.Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtlags, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue4
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, .Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and GlIves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dai.
ask, all qualities, C4licoes, all'qualities,
Dress Goods, 'Domestio Ginghams, Fine
Scotoh Ginghams,,Spring Bilks and Black
Silks, ColoreO Musl is, in every varifty,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, fanoy Drills and
Oottolades.
Together with every variety to b found
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at 4 very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We %would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi
zens generally of Fairield District, to our
advertisement. and solilt a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth.
Charleston, S. 0.
R. 0. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB, - -
H. C. WALKER, ed
Jan 18'66-lyr
- Politics and News;
PE1 WEEKLY
RECORD.
U APsaily Journal.
~IN ONB IU1XM0TH SHEET,.
1. A. MOOD &.% 8. BIBD, Editors & PxMip'd,
lehtMell
TIHE .RECOGNIZED 8PkCIALITIES OP
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don, Robert Herbert, M. D., from Philadel
phIa, and DV. Eugene Velpeau, formerly of
the London si1d Paris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent and speedy oures gsaranteed of
G3onorrhea, Syptiillis', Gleet, Spermatorrhs
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible form
of private disease 6f every name or natdre,
whatsoever.
an un1ilingred for temperance ; write
for partiulr.7
Moeuntain of L.ight, 800 pqges, 100 platis,
60Ooent, 8 for $1,
Dr. Jaekson'd pemale M'onthly - Pill.; $1
per bo; extra fine $6, a -safe -6nd effeqtuu1
remedy, for all irregularities and obstrue
tions, from whatever cause, Dr. Jackson's
OHena Invig IrAtlg Liniment, $2 per bot
tl e4 f e, irouar.' . Genui1e Frenoh
Bee #,6 '#r$,12 for $7. ~Bend for cir
otglr anwrte, you'Vill promptly receve
*hld. disoret and explicit soster~ A4,~
-.asuask;o rbert A Qo, or' s.
I Box 48$, e aatkO0bib. Ofi
ri. n~~qnote ~ Medel an
In Old Song, set to a New Tun's
or1866. .t
$'As spring approaches.
Ante and Roaches
.From their holes come i
AndMice and Rate,
In'pite of cat#,
Gaily skip about."
A,A
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free.froin ftisone.t
'6Not dangeres,to the I1ur4an Family.
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Coater's" at, Roach, &c.. Ex. '
ter's,
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &e., &o., &o.
"Coster's" Bed-Bug Externina
tor.
1% a liquid or. wash-used to.destroy
also as a preventive for Bed-Buge, &.
"Costar's" Electric Powder loi
Ihsaets
Is for fothk, Afoequitoes, Plea8,.Bed,dBugs, .
rn8ects on Plants, Al4ot, Animale, &o.
MW I I I. BRWAIi I I I of all worthless
imitation. 1
A See that "CosTAts" - ame is on
each Box, B6tt6, and Flask, before you buy..
AW Address, HEIRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, N. Y.
&' Sold
sip By
All Drutgists Ad Retailers everywhere
South. barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
La.
- 1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-Thd Parmer's'
Gazette English) ahserts and proves by fig
urge th one pair of I4ATS will have a pro.
geny nYdeocdants no le thin 651,050
thee.y.ears. Now.,.UnI a this. immenso
fainiy can e ept dow.n, Alley would con
sumq more. food thair would sustain 65.0w)
hutin beings.
M SeO "COsTAR's" advertiseu.wo ao:o .
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in'shooting small birds is acruel man; Rho
ever aids in exterminating rats is a beqefao
tor. We should like some one to kive 44
the bendBt of their eiperience in driving
out thes,e pests. Wo need something be
sides dogs, caik, ifd tps for this busine,
-Scientfic American, N. :
#8 See "CORvan IiAdvertisement above.
1866.
"COSTAR'S". RAT EXTERMINATOA is
simple, safe and sure-the moot 'perfeti
RAT-ifloation meeting we have ever, attend
ed. Every Rat that can get it, properly
prepared, will eat It, and every one tha
eatA it will die, generally, at some place, a
distant as possible from were it wastaken.
-Lake Shore. MAich. Mirror.
SW See "COSTAIL's" advertisement ab6ve
186(3.
HiOUSEKEEPE~RS troubled with 'verin'
dbed be so no longer.,-if they use '.CearAn's"
Exterminntor. Weohave used it tooLar saltis..
faction ; anad if a boa; cost $5, we would have
it. We h'ave tried poiso'ns; but they effecled
notlhing;t but '"Costars" article kno'cks the
b:eath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants,
and B'ed-Bugs, quicker.Lhan we das wgite it.
It i in great demand all over She country.
-Mendina, Ohio, Gasette.
em., See "Cos-Ara's" advertisement ahoy V
1866a.
A VOICE FROM THE FAR .*EST.
Speaking of "OosTAO's" 1Rat, Roach, Ant
&c., Exterminateoi.-"hore-gral' and pro'
visions ard destroged annually in Otan
Count,y by vermin, than trould pay for ton.
o( this Rat st4d I,ftet tlilloi-.-Lanca.tj, .
W., Herald.
8ee "Cob Ad's"ayertisement aboye'
1866.
FARMERS. AND HOUSEEEPRS..
should reeolleet that hundgeds of -dollart
worth of GIrain, Provisions, &o.' are.a
nually destroyed by Rat., Mice, Ants, t
other iDects and vermihi-.f of which ean
be prevented by a few dollars' worth of
"Costan's'' Ra, Roacht Ant, &e.,' Exter
minator, bought andI, used.fteely.
SeCestAa'".advetisment aboe.
Al Dagglsts and Dealers 9very&hqre
Bh o~t~ AES, WARD & 00.,

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