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Local ltem.
XIew Advertisements.
In to-day's issue will be .found an
extensive advertisement from our fel
low-citizen, Jacob Wolfe, who has
'>ought out the large clothing and Dry
Goods establishment lately carried on
iby Mr. Saling -Wolfe. We bespeak
for Mr. Wolfe a full attendance at his
store, not only for his own sake, but
for that of his brother, Mr. Baling
WolfZ. formerly of this place, but now
in Brooklyn, New York, and who cx
pended his fortune in a great measure
in building up the town. See Mr.
Wolfe's advertisement, and call and ex
-amine his goods.
Don't omit to read-the notice of the
Ladies' Fair to be held on the 17th
and 18th of this month, October,
Nor those of Messrs. Bacot, Rivers
& Co., where a great variety of good
and useful things can be found.
00 MM ER0 I AL.
WINNSBORO, October 2.-Cotton
291 nett cash, tax paid.
Cduniry P'lour, $84 a 9.
Baliimore Flour $14. a 16 per barrel.
Lard, 27 to 30c per pound.
Corn, $1.55 a 1.75 per bushel.
P' as, $1.5 U per bushel.
v Btcon Sides. 17c per ponnd.
Shoulders, 23e. p.r pound.
Meal, $1.75 a'1.80 per bushel.
Sorghum, 60c per gallon.
Salt, $5.
Yaru, $2.50
l3utter, g5c. per pound.
Egga, 121 a 15. per dozen.
Tobacco. 4> tdf$1.10 per pound.
Gold, 40.
CuARno-tR, Oct. 1, 1866.-We
notice sales of a few bales, at 28 a 32o.,
for old, tax paid,
NeW Flour, $14 a $16.00.
Bacon. 21 a 22c. per pound.
Corn, $1.50 a 1.60 per bushel, good
supply.
Peas. $1.45 a 1.50 per bushel.
Meal, $1'70 a $1.75. per buihel.
Wheat, $2.50.
OAt 75'a 80 per bushel.
.Sorglmni, 50c..per gallon.
CO.UM'HIA, Sept. 24.-Cotton, 17 to
23, gold; 23 to 28, currency.
Corn, $1.45 to 1.60 per bushel.
Flour, $12 to 18 per barrel.
Onts. 90 to 1.10 per bushel.
I'nms, $2.00 to 2.25'per bushel.
Ha3y., $2 25 to 2.50.
Rice, Rangoon. prime, 12 to 14c;
Carolina 15 to 16c.
'TARCCO. f Oc, to 2.00 per pound.
Coin, gold 43 to 44.
JUST RCEIVD
BY
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
.NM.3, SOTEL RANGE.
92.*OOrien.
ACON SIDES,
and.Sh1oulders,
Lard,
Cheeses,
Pearl Starch.
Twine, &o.
SMING TOBAO00,
CnoEksLIng of the follo'wing brands,
* Pny Woods,.
* Big Lick,
Violet,
-Weed.
PIPES! PIPES!
A flat assortment. of B-Ier Root Pipes..
SEG A 8.*
A large. assortment of fine byrmnds.
Terms oash. . sept 29-tf
FURNITURE!I FURNITURE II
MA)JI, 1LEP IRD
AND
'THESUB8CRIBR
________ha nbg bouht all in
-' Furnittfr Store and Shop,
lately nuder charge of A. W. Ladd, Agent,
Ve.setfully inforis. the
th t he is prepred. to do all wrork in ldissine
N1AT1IES AD DISPATCZ.
Alt Artiqheb and -Jobs must be paid for
b efolea the Sh .
Lmrrtakn.in .e aefr*lk
.A libefra patt.ongb ftoat sep Vfso.
Iloitd. . N T
aeg 29
FOR PALATKA,
Fernandina Jacks6nville, and all
the Landings on the St.
John's River.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
"DICTA.TOR,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS IL COXITTER,
WILL SAIL FROM ADGER'S WHARF
FOR THE ABOVE NAMED PLACES
every Saturday, at 8 o'olook, P. M., until
further orders.
For Freight or Passage appl. on board,
or t,o the Offi6 of the Agency, No. 17 Van
derhoret's Wharfp
J, D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
sept 29-tf
Gen'l Supt's Ate, C. & S. C.
Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., Septiji, 1866.
0N and after SEPT. 28, 186, THROUGH
PASSENGER TRAINS, will run as be
low:
Leave Colunibia at 2.20 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 9.20 A. M.
Leave Charlotto at 8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 10.80 A. M.
JAMES AN DERSON, *
sept-28 Superintendent.
New Goods! New Go.ds !!1
Recelved by late Arrival frotm New York,
BY
IAMESI D. MILNOR.
I ALICOES,Delaines, Long Clothe, Brown
Shirtings and' Sheetings, .Satinets,
Plain and Embroidered Linen Cambria
Handkerchiefs, Coate Cotton, all Nos.
Min's and Women's Boot and Shoes,
Boys Shoes, Misqes and Ladies' fine Glove
Kid GaIters and Hosery.
'* GROCERIES.
Sajt in' seamless saoks, over 200 lbs.
each, Coffee, of three qualities, Spgar Crush
ed, Granulated and Brown of several grades.
SpiOeU, Nt Meg., PepPer, Soda, Citron,
4furrents, Almonds, Cox s Geletine, Corn
Starch, Powder, Shot, (all sizes) Caps, G. D.
Water Proof and Musket,
TIN WARE.
Buckets, Cups, Milk and Dish Pans,
Baking Pans of block fin, Wash Basins,
Plain, Painted and Block Tin Muffin Rings,
Paite Pats, Candle Molds, Painted Th
Toys, Meat Forks, Basting Spoons, Dip.
pers, &a
' ALSO,
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters, Lyone Kathal.
ron, Fresa Salmi, Fine Segars.
GUNNY DAGGING AND ROPE.
Nails, Old Dominion and .mpire State,
qlI fl&es. . sept 18-tf
Schedule over the South Carolina B. R.
GENERAL SUP'TO OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., S0pt. 11.
0N and after Sunday, September 284, the
Passenger Trains of this road will run
the following schedule:
AUGU5TA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston' . 1.00a m
Arrive at Augusta,, 8.00 p m
Leave Augusta, 4.80 a es
Arrive at Charleston. 1.00 p m
.,~ COLUMBIA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston, 6.00 a m
Arrive at (Volumbia, '' 1.60 p m
Leave Colutubia, 10.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston, '7.20 p. m.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'I Sap't.
sept 11-tf
JT-T amour Vb,
TilNMPSN, WITUBR &O.,
CALICOES,
BROWN DRILLS,
BROWN-and
BLEACHED HOMESPUK,
TOOTH ERUBHES,
&o,, : Ac., A.
ALSOs
LADIES'
and
.o WEN'CLEMEN'S I(AT
gtv, Chlorofeta LiorIeb,.G eIt 0
BOOT .ND SHOE
MA NUFAO ORY,
BEG leave to inform my
friends and patrons
that'I have resume& my
business at the old stand,
on Main-Atreet, formerly
coonpid by John Cremer.
All work made and repair- -
ed at shortest notice, and' neatly executed
by the best WHITB ME.CHANICS, and
warranted to give satisfaction to the most
fastidious. All who desire fine and lating
work mill please give me a call before pura
chasing elsewhere. R. W. BONEY,
sept 18-8mo
MoREIGH'3 GIN BOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
1_INS made and repaired. Also, the fa
U mous
NcCREIGHT REVERSE GRST-MILL,
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat pattern oik hand.
aug 21-6mo
Madhinery Oil.
RAIN OIL, Keroseno 011. Concenited
.-LyA, Chrome Green, Turpentine Soap,
Lamp Black. Venetian Red and Parlor
Matches. For sale by *
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
sept l-tf
Prison Life' of Ex-President
Davis.
ANOTHER supply just received. Also
Bill Arp. on hand
KETCHIl, MoMASTER & CO.
sept 11-tf
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Al (he Sign ol the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
,WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Inporter and .Dealer li English- an'd
American
HA1.WARE &-CUTLERY,
RON, STEEL,
Nails, Castings,
Mill Stones
Bolting &ths,
Circular Saws,
Mill Irons,
. Sugar Pane,
INDIA RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING;
Carpenters, Blacksmith
%ad Tanners' Tools, ,
Housekeeping and
Furnishing Hardware,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLIMENTS,
Lime, Coment,
Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American
Window Glass,
Guns, Riles,
listols,
Shot Belts,
Poider Flasks,
Powder, Shot, &c.,
Sept 18-4m.
. H.-BAGGET, & CO.,
FACTORA, 10 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
,CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
Give their atterntion exclusively to the
sale of .
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
be:a! allances made en consignments
-spt 6-'Iaw86io
F. HORSEY,
SUC0E880R TO
Horsey, An'en & Co.,
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW 806DB,
'HO. 25 HAYNE 5TRRET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
sapt 18-Irm
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
couma .1U553 Aan CHUaaE sa*ssw,
*CH ARLESTON, S. 0.,
C. W, & L. B. DENNIS, Proprietors.
T HIS splendid flOT~L, will be opened on
thelsi. of Ootober, on the European
system- It has been remodelled"and refur
nished throughoni 'This Hotel contains
ever one hundred rooms, which will be re
sorted ehiefly for tie-use of*trswvee and
transient - nests. ' Uiptmnts assistants
have basa secured in every departinal, and
every-sttention will be jaid to ensdre com
foul to their eatomese. 'The sleeping
rooms are airy and clean. Th'e resluraet
WilI be supled with the best fare this mat.
ke's Porters wllalwai.b ed'
so&dsh warrival ad d es of
trafn, .The trav.elli u~ trassleat
i~orand othe, willu ~Ii~l 1the
urlesof.a rst-eaqs esabinied
w* comsaforue d( heme.T leestionis
r' taped four bneasm.a~s tesvpl.
NEWSPRING GOODS
DRY GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,.
STOLL, WEBB & Co.,
BANVROFT'S OLD STAND9
287 King RI., 3 doors Below Wentworth
E have now openpd a eplendid
Stock of Spring oods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the inarketa can afford.
To plnnters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing'or for batter 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 no
companied with city reference will meet
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 Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and.Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12-4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths* Hosiery and Gloves, Irish 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 Mus)ins, in every variety,
Yine French Muslins. White and Black
Gods, Fariners''Brown Linen Duck, Fart
era' Brown Linen Drills. Fancy Drills and
Cottonades.
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; 'which we offer at -
WHOI,KSAILE AND UETAIL.
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 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 Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C.
1H. C. STOLL, ' Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB,
H. C. WALKEI,
Jan 18'00-lyr*
S-ohlitics uRd News,
WEEKLY
- RECORD.
A Family 1.0RaL
cauAlffoy, 1w.
$4 per Annum.
DD
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
Navingtbalargesteunatryeireulationinathe Sae
. A. MOOD & U.S. ]BD, EiWtors & Prop's.
FALL AND WINTER
=MPO1TATION.
Ml111utery aiad Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & 0O.
IMPORTERS AND DEAL3IIS Or
Ribbons,
,Bonnet Silks and Satids,
Velvets,
Ruches,
Flowers,
Feathers,
Straw Bonnets,
Ladies' lits,e
trimmed and Untritnmed,
Shaker Hoods.
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baitimors St.,
Baltimore, Md.
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and cheapness Orders
solicited and prompt attention giv'en.
Terms-,Cash. aug 28-2mo
dW'on'".m~ large Eri
'letter pages Apr two
THE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES OF
OUR DAY.'
Prof. Blgbert Jackson, formerly pf Lon
don, Robert Herbert, M. D)., from Phibmidel
phia, Ond Dr. Eugene Velpeau, - formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal Hospitals.
Permanent.antd speedy cures guarauteed. of
Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Gleet, Spermatorrha
or Self-Abuse, And of every possible form
of private diseas, of every name or nature
whatsoever.
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compound,
an unfailing remedy for intemperance ; write
for partAoulern.
Mountain of Light, 800p'ages, 100 plate.,
50 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $6, a safe and effect uul
reesedy, for .ll irregularities sad- obstruc
tion., from whatevew cause. Dr.- Jaokson's
Oriental Invigorating Liniment, $2 per bot
tie. Send for circular. Gen'uino Frenok
Sates $1, 6 for $d,12 for S7. Send for oir
cnlar and'write, you will promnptl1y receive
a,kind. discreet san.ewliett answerg Ad
dress Drs. Jacksou, Roesrbrt & Co., or aim
ply P O. B48d8, Olanolunati, Ohio".- Offie
No. 678emore Street. Medicines and
lastr'aetions sen6 to asy pert of the cunt ry
A 4ita beb -t ( -a Amw Iun'
oTi 1 866. 4Ag
"A.teprivdg Approache#
Ants and Roaches
From therr holes come out,
And Mice and Rats,
In epite of catt,
Gaily ski dbout."
E R'
"18 years establislied in 1q. Y. City."
"Only infallible reniedie4 known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangorous to the Human Family.
"Rats come out,of their holes t9 die."
"Coater'" Rat, Rocla, &c.. Ea
ter's,
Is a paste-used for )?ats, Atice, Roaches,
Black and Red A nts, &o., &c., &o., &o.
"Co1t9g" Bed-Btg Externetinh
tor.
Is a liqnid or wash--used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &o.
"Costar't klecthic Powder 10t
.Isasects
Is for Moths, Moequitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
SJ- I I I.BEWAIL I I ! of all Worthless
mitaition.
V&- See that "COsTAR'S" name is on
3ach Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
SW Address, HW RY R. COSTAR,
484 13road fay, N. Y.
3& Sold
SW- By
All Druggists and Retailer" everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & 0.o., New Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Parmer's,
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig
Lires that one pair of RATS will have A pro
geny and decendants no less than 0651.050
in three years. Now, unless this immense
ramily can be kept down, they would conn
sums more food than would sustain 65,000
human beings.
S 8eo "CoSTaR's"advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in s4ooting gmall birds is a cruel man; who
aver aids in exterminating rate is abenefao
Lor. We should like some ond to give us
the benefit of their experience in driving
out these pests We need something be
sides dogs, catw, and traps for this businesa
-Scientqic Ameriean.. N. J*
IS. See "CosTaX's" advertjisement abovd.
186s.
"CO''AR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe and stire-'the mdst perfect
RAT-ifiention meeting-we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat ihat can got it, properly
prepared, will eat it. and every one that
eal% -it will die, generally at some place a s
distant na possible from were it was taken.
-Lake Shore. Nich, Mirror.
ft-8eA "CosTAA's" advertisement above
1866.
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "COSTAR'S"
Exterminator. Wehave used it to our satis
faction ; and if a box cost $5, we would have
it. We have tried pofsons, but 'hey effected
nothing.; but "Costar's" article knoQks the
breath ont of Rats, lMice, Roaches, Ants,
anid Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it.
It Is in great deniand all' over thie country.
.-Mendina, Ohio, Gazette.
U6.8ee -Cosv4a's" advertisement aboe.
1866e
A.VOTCIS FROM TIlE FAR WEST.--.
Speaking of "CosTAR's" Rat, BIoach, Ant.
&c., Extermninator--"more grafu anxd pro
vIsions are destroyed afinually in Gran'
Countyr by vernmin, tha would pay for ton
of 'this Rat- and Insect Killer.--Lacaeter
Wis., HJwald... j
BS ee "CoTA a's" advertisemesit above
1866.
FARMERS AND JlOU8EKEEPERS
should recollect that . hundreods of dollarv
worth of Gra!n, Provlisis &c., are aii
nually destroyed by RIaia, Mice, Ants, an
other Insects and vermin--lI of which c'
be prevented by a- few dollars' worth
"Cosiax's'' Rat, Roach, Ant, &c., E
minator', boughot end. tused freely.
See "oeTansdy*ertieement
US ,Sold . --
a..By
All Drugglsts and Dealers every
the South.
june 5'66-Iyt .

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