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obber-A Warning to Families.
On Monday night, while the family
'of Mrs. R OSC2n.O was at supper, some
One entered the front door of the
house and 9tole two fine quilts and
;iome speole and a small amount of
It is advisable that housekeepers
keep a watch upon their front doors
after nightfall, as there ,r6 vagabonds
Ladd Bros. have r6colied and are
receiving a large and well selected
%took of Dry Goods, which-they offer to
,sell at small profits. 'Call and eam
ine their goods, they don't charge any
Ibing for looking. See Advertise
Bacot, Rivers & Co%i are still to be
found 1Wt No. 2, Hotel fahge, with a
lp.!e supply o' 'lioie - Groedkes,
Wines and LiqW6rs. Those of -our
readers wht)wish good things will not
fail to read their -advortI6ment hwd
.give them a'ean.
Our readers will nottal 0o "a %e
'advertisement 'of fbssis. fsher &
Lowranee, Coluililila, 8. 0., in an6&hr
or columfi. -
P. Jenkibs, (Nlorld) offtrs for sIal
,one two horse wagon and harness.
See Change of Sthedule of Charlotte
&S. C. R. R.
0 -0 M I1 E R 0 I JA'L.
WINNBon, Sept. 26.-Cotton
22 a 28, tax paid.1
Oounhry Flour, *8j a 9.
Bai imor. Flojir $14. a 16 per barrek
Lard, 27. to 30c per pound. .
0 4rn, $1.55 a 1.75 per basht.
. Peaa, $1.50 por bushel.
-Bacon Sides. 27c per -pgo,und.
Shouldr, 23c. per pound.
MCal,$1.75 a 1.80 per bueh
Sorghum, 60oc per galton.
But tet 25c. per pod0d.
Egs, 14ta 15 peir oteh.
Tobacco, 45 t%$1.16 perualMd.
fhALOTTa, 8ept. 24, 1866.-Cott4n.
lales light, but we note. a hetter feel
ing and higher prices. Middlir.g 20
cents, tax paid,
New Flour, *16.00. Northern
- 13.50 a 14.00 por barril.
13acou. 21 a 22o. per pound.
Corn, $1.90 a 1.69 per busheh In de.
Peas. $1.45 a 1.50 pa bushel.
MOaI, $1 70 & $1.75 er bul
Oats, 75 a 80 per bushel.
4orghnm, 50c. per gallon.
Gold, S1;40.-- -
OWAIMrA, Sept. 2A.-Cotton, 17 to
28, goMd; 28 to 28, currency.
Cont,1l.45'to 1.60 p1 bushel,
is,Odto 18 per barrel.
.Oats, 90 to 1.00 pep bu*shel.'
-Pea., *2.06 to 2.25 per bushel. *
hay, $2 26.'t 2.60.'
JUce, Itangoon, pit,e, 12 to 14o;
Car6)i,a 15 to l eo.
'$'o}aooo, 40o. to 2.00 per pound.
Coin,-gold 43 to 44.
* ~~*A1R SIaTINGB sani tn
'Mitr d oloed Banese,-Colored
'and Bisok CaII6os, Fansy JF.lslnes and
P is Casimer Batai.t and .ies,
' A Bge.asortment of Men's and Bosy' a r
aa4 -Wee) Rats.
1040 ANID $01!U.
, eer a74 I0
Geal SNpts . eto, es & se es
COLUMBIA, .0., SptA. 21, 1866.
ON Ond after SEPT. 28, 1846, THROUGH
U PASSHNGER TRAINS will run as be.
Leave Columbia at 2.20 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 9.20 A. M.
Leave Charlotte at 8.80 P. M.
Afrive at Columbia .10.80 A. M.
.BACOT, RIVE4S & CO.,
NO.2, HOTEL RANGE.
A FULLoup ofOROCERIES, WINES
and LIQWRS, coussiling in per,. of
Crushed. Clarifled A & C, Light Coffie and
Brown Sugars. Rio and 'Java Coffeeb,
Gren and Black Teas, Common,
Family and No. 1 Soaps, Su
gar, Wine and Butter
Crackers, Soda Big.
. ol.d e n
(obolie artlioh.) Mseoiado Melasses, Pearl
AU4 Corn Starch Adamant ine and Pearl
TAW4lop, -En8s1 Cooking Soda,
Potash and Coswntriod Lye,
' Brooms, Tubs and Cot
-A e6rter Cask Supefor Port WIS, Quar
ter Cask Superior Ohuty Wlne Cases
L&hB Syrq and Boxosof Mae And
4*ommo Chewing Tobdeto,
: Wha*. haltimofe Sides, 20 Bfiet4 Balti
tnore Vamily, Extra No. 1, 8fper New
FloWr, and 1 Barrel Choice Fataily
Sugar Cured Hams-fr ftle
low -for CASH.
'New 4oAwI- New (koh 11l
toelved -by late, Arrival fre' 04 For1,
MMES L. MILNOL
CALICOES,Detaines, Long Cloti.s, Brown
NJ B*irti*lo . and Sheetings, tinets,
Plai kd Embroidered Linen Iatmbrio
HI erohft, a' (1i . #M Nos.
?n's and Wonien's .oots %nd SAes,
Shoes hMises ind Ladie*' fne Gt6e
,N iterObd;H6sory. di
S6tt in Neamless sacks, over 200 1*.
ese, Coffee, bf three qualities,Sugar Crust
ed, ranulatd and Brown of several .riAss.
Spices, Nt, M , PePpr, Soda, C itr6o,
CtWute., Almonds, Cox Geletine, C6rh
tkroh, Powder, Shot, (all sizes) Cape, 6. .
Water Proof and Musket, .
buckets, Cups. Milk .4nd- Dish Oans,
baking Pans of. block' tin, Wash Basins,
Pftin, Painted and Block tin Muffin RibS,
Pte Pans, Candle M61ds, Painted Tin
Togs, Mat Foike, Basting 81oons, Dip.
GUSNY BAGGING AND ROE
Nails, Old Dominion and' 2mplie 0a4
alt sie-1. . sept 1 !'
Iehgduit owe the South Carollan. Lf.
OH A RE EsTd , . Sept 11.
ON and siter Sunda, Septmber 28d, the
Pasekinll Trail of tis road will rmn
'the foflo*b ihedn'. I
Leave Chateti . 11.00 a m
Arrive at Angteib, 8.00 pgn
Leave Ausisth ' 4.80 a I
Arrive at Charlestod. 1.00 p m
Leave Charleston, .00 awa
Arrive at (Miambie, . A-.80 pm
Leave Ceoubia, - 0.40 ms
Arrive se Chest,A% 795 a
* . lf.T, PIAEB, 09b'I S p.3 -
rnST RUG WQ191
BOOT AND SHOE
MANUI AO TORY
J BEG leave to inform my
friends and patrons
thatI have resumed m
business at the old stand,
on Main-Strect, f4nerly
coonphd by John Cremer.
All work made and repair
ed at shortest notice, and neatly executed
by the best WHITE MECHANICS, and
warranted to give satisfaction to the most
fastidious. All who desire fne and lasting
work will plonse give me a call before pur.
chasing elsewhere. R. W. BONE
MoCREIGOT'S GIN SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
M eCREIGHT REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISk'S METALLIC BURIN CASES,
anew and neat pattern on band.
T RXIN OIL, Kerosene Oil, ConoehtrateA
' Lye, Chrome Green, Turpentine Soap;
] amp -Blaok, Venetian Red and Parior
atohes. For sale by
KETCft N, McMASTER & Ob.
Prison We f Ex-President
A NOTIER supply fust received. At"o
Binl Arp. on hand
s ETCHIN, MaMASTER &CO.
JOIIN C. DIAL
(Late ALLER & DIAL,)
At the Sign ol the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, So Cs,
WHOLESAL1r A1D RETAIL,
Importer ad Dealer In English Wd
HA1MD WARE & uUTLERY)
INDIA RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTINt
and 'Xangers' Tools,
- . Sr,.Pa1nts, Oils.
. h an.d Amerio%s
et 15-6h. Powder, Shot, &c.,
selt AkILNSlN, 8.' C.,
Give their attention iolusively to the
.LONG AND OHORT STAPLEI COTTlON.
x,a.1;age.. made oil consgnit. t
sept 6- aw mo
86CcnE8o0% TO . -
Nofmey, An'.en & Oo.,
IATU, CAl'8 AND RTB4W sOob8,.
'NO. 25 RAYNB'*TRA*T,
OHARLE8TON3 8. Ca
& W, & 5. II, DENNIS, ProprIetors,
T ilI8 splendid IlOTEL Will be opened on~
.Lthei1st of (dober, on th'd Europen
histem- It Isas a~p remodelled and t'ellr
b.inhed 'thro.ihout. Thte Hotel cofttanii
bver one hundrudrootns, which will 6 I'.
served chie$y f9t the use of traveliers and
tI-ansient ' guestIs. Cotnpetens assist ants
havb beeb debered in e$sty oepattr.ent; aba
&yery altaetin will be paid to osure corn
fort 4o &b6U', ustobie/A. . Ialeping
rooms aa'.~re and . The rqatufant
het a, hialiays 6, .y
to eseah' *rrival aVid departure o.
iitr 'and otl9a !iJUu in iIlthe
'luta ' hbIbib combined
wish t i otth The lotion is
STOLL, *B1,& Co.,
BAN CROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentwouth
W E have now o6oned a splendid
Stock of Sprijg Goods, English,
French and Americar, which are 'pf the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with t%W, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods inevery 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 #rompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Out stock consists
in part, of
While Osnaburghs Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Deninix, Brown Denim, Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sen'Island Brown Shirtinge,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, .10-4, 12.4 Plaid lilue
and Stripped Blue llomespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths. Hosiery and Gloves, Irisll Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam.
'ask, all qualities, Calicoes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Mushns, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, FarmerabBrown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together wih every variety to be found
in our line; *hich 'we offer at,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All Domestic Gopds are sold at a very
small advanv an Agebis' prices.
We would respectftlly call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
sens generally of Fairtield District, te our
advertisement, and solicit a.call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO..
No. 287 King S.., 8 doors bel6w Wentwortb.
- Charleston, -8. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
I. C. WALKER,
-Po tics and IeWsr,
A ramily yoMrUL
$4 par Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTE SHEET,
ving t lgestoontry 0erlation Inthe ltate
T. A. oOD U.S. DBI MItr6 & tops.
FALL AND .WINTER
MlI111seery oud Straw 6d.bodS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & 0O.
IMPORTERS AND DRALERS OF
Bonnet Bilks and Satini,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
No 237 and Lofts of 389 Baltimore St.,
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and cheapness Orders
solictted and prompt attention given.
Terms-Cash. au'g 28-2mo
en si W enhre k U
-,Sme i ,
THE RECOGNIZED SPECIAL!TIE8 OF
* . '. 0O%DAY.
Prof. Egbert; Jaolison, formerly of . Len
don, 1tobert. Uer6ett, M. D., fi-och Piladel
phia, and Dr, Bogede Yelpeat. formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent, and speedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, SyphIlli., Oleet, Spermatorrha
or Self-Abuse, and of everyv p_ossible form
of private disdess of every name or natture
Dr. H1erbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compound,
aunfaIling ro'nedy'for iniemperance ; write
Mlountaim of JIght, 300 pages, 100 plates,
60 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. ,iackson's.Fotmale Monthly Pills; $1
per bos, extra AIne $6, a safe and efectuul
remedy for p11 ivregularities ajia obst rue
tions, u6~ h1at6ue o'tuk Dt.' Jabks6n's
-Orienltal Inigoratin Linipesit,, *2 perbe
tIe. Seud -for etr la~ enuine Freneb
Safes -I6 for'$4,1S oy7 Snd for o.ir
eular Mdwrite, yoU >~tIreceive
a klad. d~aen~bdi*l *p Ad.
dresDe Jeeop, Her A Co., or aim.
PO.ax488, Cliottt Ohio, (lAce
. 6 m8emre Street.. Meqdiolne, sad
instrutetlons -ntoasy p0f of td9e cnsta
An'Old Song,'gt to a 'New t'le -
I'As $pring apprpachee
A nta and Roakes
t om Miewr hoice. co.me out
And Alice 'nd f4at8,
In spite of cats,
Gaily ekip about."
"18iearsep tablished n N..Cy
"Onl infallible -ro en known.".
"Free from poisong.k - w r f
":Not dugerous to lhe Human Famiy
"RA(ome out of theli holes to die.s
icoster'*9" Batt, Itfnell, &C. E
IR a Paste--used for Ratn, a mie, fioacne
Black and Red An 8, &o., &c., &o., &.
4tcoster'49" Bed-Ba E li :ae
. dres mie om. t ag
It, a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a prevent.4ve for Bad-Bug, &a.
All09tar's Eantrile ePowder hor
is for aoth, A dosquitoes, Flea*, Bed-BUgs
Infects on Plants, ols, Animals, &. -
SW a o p oA4n I I I of all worhlesi
&ti- Seo that "CoTAn's" name 8 '0o'n
iach Box, Bottle, and Flasks before ns buy.
fil Address, ep d y w con
-eie o th road ay, N.Y
All Drubgists and Retailers everywhiie.
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleshn'
iAT tj.S OF RATS.-The Fmerme-rt
Gaf.te ( uglish asserts and oves by dg
ures that one pair of RATS wi,have -rn
geno he e detndants no less than 0 ,0
in tree years. Now, unless this iuiYnei
family can 'be kept down, they would con-,
sume mort food than would sustain 6 15,000
XsW- 800 "COSTAa'B" advertiisement above.
RATS v r IADS.-Whoever gNA e
In sfdingl small birds is rt cruel man; wto
over aids in extermting rq es a benefoo
for. We sh4uld like S one to give ut
fte binet of their eer ono In drvling .
out these pests Wd neei omething bo
sides doff, cats, And trapfkfor this buoine@0.
-sclenti Aerica. NAo. Y
Oft.ee -'COSTAU'S" Advertisbibent above.
",COST AR'S" RAT EXTEICAMINATOR?Is*
alholb, safe and sure-'-the most perfeL
RA-neition meeting w have er attesndT.
ed. tnEvery Rbthat. ean get It, properly
frepard. will eat it, d -,9 rye one'thaet
lait. ie will died srally .bt the, plat A a
distAng as pose from waeit was thae.
b-a #reat fR,, . Niceo, Roce, ns
8..Se "C?srAa0 adbver-tisementabove
AONKEPRDrob6 JIOU th vermin*
neeud hec oloer,i tha hues "oTa's
with oe ae, troie oisos, but, the an-ced
breally outroye Rats, ice oc, Ants, s
be isinretd bean a y,llars'r oth Uonr
-R, ho ahette. &., x
S,, ee "QgsTAa's"ad feiem n ao
Ubid Solds anntully in Gran
Cofugits nd wuld pabywford.o
ofth So t a sc ilr---acse
FA BiAND HOUSEKEBPER0..
sho'l rcolethhueds 'o dpas~
junho Gan roiin, ,ae an6-~