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Local Items.
Quartely Meeting,
Sevice iuay be expected on next
Friday -evening, at the Methodist
Church at 7 o'clock; on Saturday at
I1 A. N., and 7, P. TL, and on S%wr
day at 11 A. M. and * P. M. The
Presiding Elder and other ministers
are expected.
Neov Adve-tisements.
If the reader is not disposed. to
turn this paper up-ide down, he can
offect the saine end by ialking rolnd
Io the- bead of it, whfere he will find a
partial list of a.6i*usand and one de
sirab1, thin, 'n hand at Mcsqrs.
Thokuad, *Withers & Co's. The
publi have alreidy evinced their pre
"ference. for many of those goods, if we
are to judge from the busy crowd we
have inore than once observed it the
store since tho arrival of their -new
stock.
-It will be seen th'at Messrs. T. V.
&- Co. offer the best brown sugar at 18
cents by the 'barrel.
Gen. Bratton advertises several vil
uoble plantationg to be ronted..
col. T. W. - Woodward is prepared
to gin cotton by tile main force of
itenin.
G I. W. Willas, (X.,Taetors antil
Coinission Morchnuts present their
card.
0. I. MeMaster, HP(J., advertises
for rent the late Steam Mill Building
of Geli. Bratton.
1 11 4 P. E11 1 A 1 .
NW no 'O br 3."-Cotiton
Stt eash. l.x paid.
( Caoul v ry lmr. 8. a 9.
H mortt P1,or i1~1. a I p..r barrel.
L;gr*1, 27 lo ;toe pi-r potmni.
'I 'r I h 5 a i .7.R 1lper bhidiel.
lle 1., 8 1.50 imir bulihel. .
Paco Sihd-. 27l pe.r pofmnd.
81h(lidl-h-, 2:1e. pvr poulndl. -
MeI, k1.75 a -1.80 ptr hshe'l.
ri * , 0Sop pt!r gllon.
Ib alvr .w por pound.
E',IM- ...} 15 per dozen.
To1bmco. 45 to *L.J0 per pounld.
Gold, 40. 4
(IIAIntLVTTi, Oct. 1,
till) ice salles of a rw bales, at '28 ai 32c
Ifor old, 1. \ paid.
ew 4.14ijr,.4 i a41 A).00.
con..21 a 226. Ier polhd.
Corn, *1.50 a 1.0 per 'biushe), good
*supply.
*Pg'ai *1.45 a 1.f0 per busin5..
Me.-J , * 1 70 a . per. buih.
W 11h1:11, 82.50. , !
Onts, 75 a 80 p4r blwl.
Sorghu.m, l0. per gallon.
NAILS ! NAIIS! NAILS I
4 6. 8. 10, 20 and 40'Penny, Pots, Skil
IBA OT, RIAILMS & CO..
Oct 2-if No. 2; 1otel Ranae.
*Coffe~e, Gi'een anid Black Tea.
RUEi) ED, lniGe4,,dm Brown Sugars;
Soda, Siead, W neh nd leir Crack
ers . IA COT, ILI vERis & CO,
oct 2-if, No. 2, *i opt.l}igge.
'ND (Golden Syrup.
Fine Bacon Sides and Rms.
fALTMOflI4- F5LCtUR, .CIHEWING and
mroking~ Tobacco.
BACOT, RI EIlS & CO,''
oct. 2-if ' ,.N.o. Hote 1ang.
FURNITURE FTFURNITURE U
]ill 8U3 El "
having b.ouggf sll I'a
terest in theur
*Fursiiture $*re0ne Shop,
lately tndor chna-ge d A. W. Lpld,f gent,
.reupe.tf'ully informs ilh1 '
*that he 1s prepared'to doa iwoerk iA his llag~
~NEATNESS A JIf $1PATCI.
All Articles aiit-Jbg afu4t Wa1d fot
Molted. .-16. I..T
FALL AND WINTER
DRY -'GODS!
W E a eciving and opening -our
. and INTElI STOCK, which
is,14rge and atrottive
4inhrnoing a large lot of French Mearinoes
and Delains of every variety and style:
also a large lot of Prints of the best brands
and style; atso Bleached and Brown Rom
spun of every. variety, also a large lot o
Opera Flannels of all colors, also Ied and
Whito Flannels at all pfloes ; a fine lot of
French. Broad Cloth, French Cassimeres,
Sattiuets, !weds and Wool Jeans of every
color and price ; also a large lot of Ready
Made Clcthing of. every stylo and pattern,
also a large lot of Mons' and Boys' Felt Hats
at all prices, also a large 4ot of Ladles',
Mons' Boys', Misses' and Clildrens' Shoes,
also dosiery, Gloves, Perfumery, &o., also
a lnrge lot Ladies And Misses Hats. -
All of whlioh we offer at reasonable prices.
We return our (hanks to our friends for
their liberal patronage heretofore.
JACOB WOLFE.
oct2-lm
FALL GOODSI
GREAT ATTRACTION!
DRY GOODS.
. LEACIED Sllit'iiN and eSheelings,
Unbl401acIVed 10om1espuns and Drills,
White, l,ad aN plore l'annels, Col-ored
and Black CAlico, Finacy . iDelaines an1d
Poplins, Cas.simeres,,8atinets and Tweeds,
Black Alpaccas, all.grades.
HA'.'Sf H-ATS !
A ine Assortnent of Men's an,d Boy's Fur
and Wool tiats.
. B00TS AND SHOES.
T ie very best from a comonti Brogan to
a fune Calt-skin Shoo.
ALO,
Ynnkee Nntlon!. Iosier#, Sittlonary and
every artick kept in, a first blas Di-y Goods
itouise.
Our goods are bought for cAsh, and we of.
'ei t1 het lndIC e ftis to cash purchasel s
CAll,nnd se6
sept. 27-tr LAID B ,ROS.
AT THE
A AND
TRI-WELY Mt,
CAN BE DONE ALL: KINDS OF
0'iB WOftR '
IN THE NEATEST ST L~ SAN~
0WITII
As the circulItioii of our 'Papeig it
r idlloroasing rogue Dis
trieb.weofft !r6a itldieinenltg to
oAdvrtp -l~io, ____
A N9 Kerosene Oil, Concentrated
Lamp BIac*Y en~etian Red abd P'arlor
~Ijles. ~. For sale by
' E, l ,Ef SE
000IA
JUST RECEIVED
DuBOSE EGLOTON & CO&
NO. 3. HOTEL RANGE.
BACON 8 DES,
and.8houlders,..
Lard,
-'heesos,
Pearl Stnrch;
Twine, &o.
. SMOKING TORACCO,
Consisting. of the' following brands
Killickinick,
Richmond Pride,
Piny Woods.
Big Lick,
- Violet,
- .-. Weed.
P E I PIPE .1,
A flue asNortweut of Drier Root Pipes.
SEGARS.
A large assortment of fine brands.
Terms ash. sept 21-tf
New Goods! New Go,ds !!
Received by Idte Arrival froln New York,
BY
UVES D. i1ILNOR.
[lAL1COE,Wlaines, Long Clot)-s, Brown
U ShirtinJs and Sheetings, Satinets,
i Ilain and. Embroidered, Linen Cambrio
aindkerchiefs, Coats dotton. all Nos.
Mer's and Women's Boots and Shoes,
Boys Shoes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glovo
Kid Gaiters And lIos6ry.
GROCERIES.
Salt in seandess' saks, over 200 lbs.
each, Coif'e, of three qualities.Sugrr Crush
ed, Granulated and Brown of several grades.
Spices, Nut Megs, Pepper, Soda, Citron,
Currents. Almonds, Cox's Geletine, Corn
Stnieh. Powder, Shot, (all sizes) Caps; O. D,
litier Proof and Musket,
TIN WARE.
Iltchets, Cups. Milkp and Dish Pans,
liakita iI'Ma of bloek tit, Wastl Basios,
Plinin, Paimted anl B0lock Tin Mulfin Rings,
Pa t Pa0s. Camdle -Molls, Painted Tin
-'l'oys,'MeNt Forks, 13a,sting Spoons, Dip
pers, &c
ALSO,
Pankniti's liepatic Bitters, Lyons Knthaii
roi, Fres.a mhnon, Fino Segars.
GUNNY 11AGGING AND ROPE.
Nails, Old Duminlon and: Empiro StAte,
all sizes. sept 18-tf
fOV E lOWDIRS,- Sulpliric ither,
. Gardanon Sedh, ChAno'inle V%6*
era, Chloroform, Liocte, Cormsitt 8b..
nate, Colclcum Seeds, Mustard, Bell Co
lognib ,TViijoiior6tis, , Arnold'si Writing
Fluid. Juil recelied h
KTCIIIN, 14OMASTER & C0M
BOOT AND SHOE
rdA NUIPA CTORY11
I IEG lenve to infot m
' l'''frWfd and Epy
6fit-1 'have, resun'med It
busines ic the old'stand,
on .ai,in-S,tyeet. Iormedy~J
dcenpied by John Cremner.'
All work madenn,l repairN
wjteil, ?t-givQ atis pai,o.Lo, the atost
i ll plen,ee g se l before ,pur.
chaaslng,elsewia. ro. W. B3ONEY~
sept I8-flano,
MEcCiEIGi'd Gin SHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
(1INS made and itkMret. 'Alab, Ethe fa
Smons
MIeCREI4IIT REYERBB GRIST M1LL,
.IEW'SME/A LI4O BUR IAL F A81S8
a now and neat part rn oss an
aug 21-6mao
--o tE . Iese
Auem
- ehRNar.ss x
JON C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
.Athe Sign of the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S. Cs,
WBiO ASAL0 AND RWT4IL,
iiponer itY' Deiler iII English nod
Alliericat1
HARDWARE& CUTLERY,
RON. STEEL.
Nails, Castings,
Mlill Stones,
Bolting Cloths,
Circular Saws,
Mill Irons,
Sugar Pan@,
INDIA RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
Carpenters, Blacksmith
and Tanners' Toolp,
Housekeeping and
Furnishing Hardware,
A8lINU.TURAL IMPLIMENTS,
Lime,'Content,
Plastdr, Paints, Oils,
French and American
Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles,
Pistols,
Shot Bells,
Powder Flasks,
Powder, Shot, &c.,
Sept 18-0n.
Schedule over the South Carolina R. R.
CENERAL Sur'Ts OFFICE,
.CIARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 11.
0 N and after Sunday, September 28d, the
'assenger rains of this road will run
the following schedule :
AUOUiTA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston 1.00a m
Arrive at Augusta, 8.0(/p n
Leave Aurtusta, 4.80 a m
Arrive at Charleston, 1.0 p mu
COIT)IulIA TRAIN.
Leave Charleston, 5.00 a m
A'rrive at. tjohambia, 1.60 p n
Leave Columbia, 10.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston. 7.20 p. m.
-11. T. PEAKE,, Gen'l Sup't.
sept 11--If
Gen'l Supt's Office, C. & S. C.
Railroad.
COLU1BMIA, 8. C., e 21, 1866.
O0N and after SEPT. 23, 1860, TIIlOUGiH
PASSENGER TRAINS, will run aR be.
lcw:
Lenve Columbia at 2 20 P. '1.
A%rrivu at Charlotte , 9.20 A. I1.
Leave Chnrlotte nt 3 30 P. N1.
Arrive at Colpmbia .10.110 A. M.
JAIIE AN DERSON,
sept-28 Superintendent.
FALL ANDi WINTER
IMPOn.TATIOV
ma amu maa ma!!3 s
Hl11itssery ased Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CI.
I.11ORTERS ANn DEALERS Or
Ribbons,.
ibonnst Silks and SatinR,
Velvets,
itches,
Flwers,'
FeAit hers.
Straw Blonnets,
- ,a * I4adies' hlats,.
Trimmed and Untrammed,
Shaker 1100ods.
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltanore St.,
.iBaltimnore, Ald.
Ofrer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and chaeapness Orders
solicited andl prompt at tentioni given.
Termns-Cash. -aug 28-2mo
TIlE RECOGNIZED 8PE.CfALITIES OF
OURI DAY.
1 f. Egbert lttkson, formerly 'o Len
pha, anti Dr. Engene Velpeau, formerly of
Ieo. Ldud6n iand -P~jars Venerea1 H ospitals.
Permanent, and speedy our'es guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, Sy'phillis, Gleet, 8permaatorrhcsa
or Self-Abuase, and of every poesible forap
of private disease of every name or nature
whatsoever. .
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic .Compound,
an unfailing re'nedy for ianemaperancee; write
uo prL.ti 800 page$, 100 Phls,a
60 cents, 8 for $1.
-Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra flne'$6, a safe andI efo'otnu
reme.x fr,,all irregu)ajities and obsstrue
4puea 'hete@ * . abr. Iacekeo'n's
Orenta~ Iavlgrating Liniment, $2 paer-bot
the. Send for circular. .Genuine Freneh
Sates $1. 8 fer $4,12 fer $7. 8 n( for eir:
ouhar and weite, you will romnpty receive
dress A sot ,e o"V a nd
P. 0. Box 488, CincinnatI.,. Ohio. Office
~. 167 Syea'more Street. ;Medicinelb a'wl.
inhsrution*s*sqjt4to any part of the country
.une 12'06--6mo - - .
F0BR1PALATKA,
Fernin _Jasonville, and all
th6 LUd1n-' on the St.
MAt River.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
"DIT.ATOi%7
? M-1000 TONS BURDEN,.
CAPTAIN LOUIS I. CoXETTER
WILL SAIL FSOM ADGER'S WHARF
' FOR THE AtOVE NAMEO PLACES -
every Saturday, at 8 o'olook, P. M.,- until.
further orders.
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Office of the Agency, No. 17 Van
derhorst's Wharf.
J. D. AIKEN & QO,, Agents.
sept 29-tf
PLANTER' HOTEL,
00RNER QUiNN AND CHURCH 8TRUITs,
- CARLESTON, S. C.,
C. W. & J. B. DENNIS, Proprietors.
T HIISMplendid HlOTEL will be opened oN'
the 1st of October, on the European
sydeom- It has..been remodelled and iefur
nished throughout. This Hotel contaiusf
over one hundred rooms, which will be re
served chiefly for the use of travellers and
transient guests. Competent assistants
have been secured In every department, and
every attention will be p#i4.to ensure com
fort to their customers. * The sleeping
rooms are airy and clean. The resturant,
will be supplied with the best fare the mar
ket affords. Porters will always be ready
to attend qach . arrival, and departure of
trains. The travelling publie, transient.
visitors and others, will And in it all the
luxuries of a fI.rq-olass house, combined
with the comforts of home. The location is
fnely Adapted for business men and tiavel
lers. No pains or expense will be spared
to give entire s4tlefatien.
sept 18-2m -
It H, BAGQIT, & 00,
FACTORS, 10 ACCOMMODATION WIARF,
CIARLESTON, S. C.,
Givo their atteftion.- exclusively. to- tho
sale of
LONG AND SHORTSTAPLE COTTON.
LAbe:al advance* made on- consignments
sept 6-law8mo
F. HORSEY,
suCOCESOR TO.
Horsey, Au'en.& Co.,.
HAT3, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS'
NO. 25 zrAYNE STREE
.OHARLESTON, 8, .r
sapt 18-Im
NEWSPRING GOODS
DRY GOODS
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL.WEBB & 00.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAlVND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentuorth
Frnh n mericar, which are *f the
most. desirable st les the markets can afford.
To planters furnishiuig the-FreedmeDeiher
for clothing or 'for barter with them, our
wholesalaitwosa offee. every Inducement.
Plantation gooda. in every varty.
This being.a busy season with the.planter
and he not able.to visit the ciayi orders Ac
companied with - city refe.rence will meet
with prompt attention.,
N. B. Sa,inples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the Mt. Our sicek .consists
uti part 6f---pe
Whjte Osoahavghs, . SrpdOsnaburge,
Blue Denim;.-Drown Denim. IIesy Jrown
slhtdgs n. lta lan4drown 8htings,
Blhedins Shirtipp, Bleaehed and Brawn
Shirtins,l8r4 , 10-4, 12-d Plaid, no
end. Stripped4Blt Moieus D. B ohed
and Brojen, 1)rille, Bis e ob. Btad
tlothes dalery 4 I.jh10ne by
tls e , t7%wel, ToweAas. ,I?ng -
1W~s'o o ,Jt,p ine
Mlk& Colod 'ui~r.iaevery ;vflriety
Pinis 9resch Musltns, -Wlile n4 Black
Godds,'Farmers' Briws Jinen D o, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Di-ilfs,-Fanoy JprilIls and
Cot tbnades.
Togthafw t every 'vari ty to be tonpd
in pttr line; *ifoh we offer et
* if0'.ESAL'he AND-BNTAM.
Alfbohesticdooda Os sold at a veg
uemall advanee on Agent.' prides.
We would respeet fully call the gttentiom
of the 1'ianters, Merchants, and the cit1.
uewq gen&$ally of Fairtleld District, to our
advoerteet. sad solidit'a eali front thea.
ssouk alley' vivil tsk4el ~ '
* , :~ ,, .. (9 jN~j 'WEfdak0.,
Si87 King St., 8 d6qelsbel'r Wetworth,
d ChaOkste: S C. -3
. # SOLL- . - 9lbrleston,
H. 0. W 1IAC,ls
jan 18'66-1yr

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