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Local Items.
cw AdverlIscmettis.
Bacot, Ilivers & Co., advertise a
ICW lot of Flour, &e.
likligious Services
May bo expected to-morrow as foi.
lows :
Episcopal Church, Rev. W. P. Du
Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M.
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. 3tacy, II
A. M.
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Bettq, 11
A. M. and 4 P. M.
Presbyterian Church, it A. M.
To Advertisers, -Orders for advertis
ing shoild he 14nmled in by nooti of
Mon1days, WVedni-sdays and Fridays, to
reenre insertion in the iiext day's issue.
ANTiTlEnI CONVENTION.-Froml one
of the tilost-if not the mlost---influen.
tial of t he Iaders of the Ralical IRepub
licans We learn that the Radicals intend,
in the present camipaigi, to execute the
following flank inovement upon the Na
tional Union Party. They propose
shortly to hola a Convention at which a
phtform wil be adopted offering,to the
8onth all that the Philadelphia Conven.
tion has offered, and in addition consent
ing to abrogate the Congressional lest
oath, anrid distincilv commit themselves
to the adimission of the Sonthern repre
sentatives without. any reference to their
antecedents; and for these concessions
thUy ask the extension of the elective
franchise to the negroes, nuder such re
strieliois and qnlificatio:is as are re.
<Itired in New Yorkund other North
ern Stitts where tle black population
is enfranchised under certain limitations.
Thi.z, while Admititig the principle of
negro suffrage, would he of little Pac.
tical valite to the freedmen for years to
cone,as very few of them could qualify
for t.he franchise inder any considierable
restriction inl regard to property. The
Rad'cals clnim that the best minds of
the Sou h favor this proposition, and
regard it, as the sures' ant speediesr.
process for the political rohabilIttion of
tIheir srcion. W. simply suggest that
if the ladict and conservative Repib
liems, :t in fact, all the political or
gitizations of the North, are already
biddlntg for Sonthorn Votes, there is a
gt) hop. liat the Soith will soon get
its own.-New York Xews.
A special to the Evening Post says
that Gen. Stoneman leaves Washington
immediately to assunetcommand in Now
Orleans in place of Gen. Baird.
Olamj Wines.
. - OT, IVERS & Co.,
july7-itNo. , Boel auge.
Filinlilg tile tolell Jewelry
A New York correspondent. of ihi Bati
110i: Vet.l)t ddt writes to thatI f pa
per:
'-A 8outhlern liady, on a visit to this city,
wel'. to wto ' .tipii one of tle up-town
cha rches. Soo', an elegantly-attired
New York lady, of high social standing,
ent-i M the same pew and remained during
lite F -a' ice ; after which, the Southern lady
cnl'ed her aside into the vestry room, and,
,n the presenco of the rector, with whout
she was well acquainted, thus addrossod
her, -Madain, I do not wish to offend you,
but that shawl you are wearing belongs to
me.' (The shawl was a superb one.) The
New Yorker protested, and declared that
there must, be some mistake. 'If,' says the
Southern lady. 'you will examine a certain
corner, you will see muy Initials worked in
it, and the rector knows mZ name very
well.' Tiho corner was found as well as the
initials- Tihe Southern lady then remarked,
'That ring you have upon your finger is
also mine. and if you take the trouble to
examine the interior, you will see the same
initials engraved in the ring.' Similar
movements is abovo described took place,
and with similar results. Turning to her
again, the Southern lady said, INadam,
Ithat bracelet you have on is nije also, and
by pressing a spring on the inside, it will
unclasp and show you nmy portrait. The
New York lady did ab requested, and there
was the lady's portrait. She promptly re
turned the ting and bracelet, as she was
convinced beyond the power to controvert it,
that thbey were the property of this Southern
lay, And reinarked as she did, 'They are
yours, and you are welcome to them but. as
I wore the shawl to church, I must. beg the
privilege of wearing It home again.' The
Southern lady acceded, of course, and they
exchanged card,-. 'Tie shawl caino back in
due time, hut. the Now York lady had pro
bably obtained the articles in such a man
nor ag to render it too unpleasant to divulge.
No more was said about it. Moral: If
Southern ladies want to know where their
articles of missing jewely and wardrobo
furniture are, let theta attend some fash
ionable 'uptown' New York chel ch ; and if
the maen want to know what has become of
all their fine horses shipped North by any
officers and -bummers,' let them spend an
evening in Central Park."
.NEW FLOUR,
e UST RECEIVED.
DMBOSE EOLESTON & CO.,
'aug 14--tf No. 3, lotel Range
C TATION.]
Stato of South Carolina.
FAIRFIEL1) DIS'RICT.
la the Cout of O.'dimt-y.
Ay James Joluson, Esquire, Ordinary of
FailiId District.
W II EtEAS I. A. Gaillard, Commissioner
in l1uity. has alTliel to me for
LEt l-ES OF Al)MINIS'MATION, on all
and sil%gular. th, goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Drary 0oza. de Bonis non,
late of the Dist riot aforesaid decoased :
Thete are therefore to cite and admonish
all ad singular, the kindred-and creditors
of the said deceasel, to be and appear be
fore me, at our next Ord!nary's Court, for
the said Distrfct. to he holden at Fairfield
Court 11ouse, oi the 28th day of September
next, to show caUse, If any why the said ad
ministration should not. be granted.
Given under my hand anti Seal, this 17th
day of August in the year of our Lord,
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six,
and in the nirety-first year of American
Independenco.
J.AIES JOHNSTON, [o. F. n.]
aug 21-tl7xO
[(ATATION.]
The State of South Carolina.
FA[IFIELD DISTRICT.
is tie Cuirt o-f Ordilnry.
By J1a1ef Johnston, Esquire, Ordinary of
Fairfield Districl.
X IIEllE AS 1enry A. faillard, Conmis
l sin-ner' in Equitly, has applied to me
tor L,ETTIEIl S OF ADMINISTitATION, -ia
:all and sh i nlsar thle goods atnd clha tte-Is,
tights'ansd credits of Elisha II. Jones, hate
alf Ihe)istrict :aforesaid deceatead.
ThsIr Iherefoire to cite and admonish
al an.ingular. the kindread and ca-editors
oft the staid deceased, to be aid appear tae
fore me, at our' next Ordinary's Court., for
the said l)istrict, to he holden at Fairfield
Courat Ilouse, on the 14th of Sepatembaer, to
shoew enase, if any, whly the sid adlminis.
tration should tnot be grainted.
Given uinder my hand anal seal, this 8d day
of August, In the year of our Lord, one
thouasandl eight hundred arnd sity-six, and
in the nitezy-Girst year of American Inde
pendence.
JAMIES JOIINSTO.N, [0. F. U. j
aug 7-ftl8x6h
HOWE'S IMPitOVED
OOTTON PICKEA I
NOR PICI COTToN liN THE FIELD.
A SIMPLE and compact Iitrumen,
L.weighing abouttwo pounds-pIck three
or fouar times faster than by hand, leavIng
the Cotton clean and ito frotn trash. 1Price
$20. Orders can be hetly
TUEB HOWz. MAN4UgAUIl1NO 00.,
Or by our Agent.thouglhoia tWe'%t.
anu 14--tf
B V.EXPRESS.
SUTL1PI. STRYCIN IA,
MERCURIAL OINTMENT,
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER,
winl1ow's Soothing Syrzop,
NICHOLS' COD LIVER OIL,
WARRANTED PURE.
QUININE,
MORPHINE,
ARSENIC',
EMP. CANTI.,
HEBREW PLASTER,
BEST CASTOR OIL,
B1OWN'S JAM. GINGER,
-1C0K'8 POROV& PLASTER, &c., &c.
Also
COSTARS RAT EXTERMINATOR.
july 30-tf LA DB EROS'.
JUST A%a"'VB1V=D_
BY
11it,0 8ON, W Ii1 & .,
CA LIC OES,
BROWN DRILLS,
BROWN and
BLEACIED 1O3ESPUN,
11001 SKIRTS,
SUSPE1,'NDERS,
TOOTHI BRUSII.S,
&c., &C., &c.
ALSO,
LADIES'
and
GENTLE31EN'S HATS.
Low l'or cash. july 19-If
JUST REU.VID
ay
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
HOTEL RANGE.
ESTWl1TE WINE VINEGAI,
TInmwerie,
Olive Oil,
White (linger,
Spices. &c.
Bath Brick.
Family Soap,
Extract Lenon.
Extract Vanilla,
ExtInet Pineapple,
Cox's Gelatine,
Vorn Starch.
ALSO.
Night Blooming Cercus, Sweet Opopenax,
and other Perfumery.
ALSO,
Putty and Red Lea. aug 14-tf
JUST RECEIVED
AND
FOR SALE,
LOW FOR CASH.
PRIM E BACON SIDtS,
CHOICE STRIPS,
EXTI.k, SUPERFINE .
AND FAMILY FfLOUR
Also o'. hand a general assort mont. of
G ROCEIIES.
UBOSI E0 LESTON & CO.,
nug 9-tf No. 8, Hotel 11mnge.
[CITATIN.J
Stato of South Carolina,
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT.
It the Coert of Ow4iiovary.
IBy J,aes John,siton Ordinary of Fauirfield
lIt~rt. e~ . iibu.Cnin
.s1iIner in Equity, lhas applied to me1
for LE' ERS OF .\DM\INISTRA TION on
all and sinugwlar the Glood and ('hat tehs,
Rights and Credits of John W. Delanev, late
of thle D)istrict aforesesidl, dleceasied.
TIhese are therefore to cite and admonish
all andl .eiguar t he kindred aned credit ors of
te said dleceased, to be and aplfbar before
tme, at. our next Or.lineary C'ourt, for the
a tid D)istrict to be holden at Fairfieldl C. II.
otn the 1thh day of Septembher. to shew
ca'ts, if any whey lhe said administration
should not1 be grant ed.
Gliven under r.y hand ar.d sc.l, this 30th
dlay of .July, in the year of ouer Lord 1866,
antd in lhe ninety first year of American In
dependence.
JAMES .JOHINSTON, [0. F. D]
aug l-lxI____
.[CTTioN.]
Stato of South Carolina,
FAIRIFIELD DISTIICTr.
In I ie Cour t of OIdilsSary.
iBy Jamtes J>ihnston, Esqui.re, Ordinary of
WIl{IERE AS II1 A. Gaillard, CommIssIon.
or in Equity, has applied' to me for
LETTE'RS OF ADMINISTRATION, on all
and singular the goods and ohattels; rights
and oreIt 9f J. P. Hlutcheson, late of, the
DlstrId af1said drooased:
These are therefore to 949q nd admonish
all and sIngular, the kindred and creditors
of the sakl deceasted, to 64 dad appear before
me, at ouv next Ordinary's Cour.t, for the
sold hlstrIqt, to be holdeii at Fairfield'Conrt
flo'ume, bit the 28th day 4f Soetinber next,
to shew cause If any, wh? thee agidsadmin
Introen should note tq grted
Given under niy ha'd'ad '80 thIs 17th
day'of' Augueti tu th'efebrf pr Lord, one
tkeisaWd elghthuinld and s*.Li, and
NEWBPRIIG GOODB
D!Ry GOODSz
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANteOFT's OLD STAND,
287 Kin!g St., 3 doors Below Wentwrthl
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French anti Americar, which are of the
most desirable styleis the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing tho Freedmen either
for clothing or for batter with t hem, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantatiqn goods in every variety.
This being a busy seasotn with tio planter
and he not able to visit. tho city, orders ac.
oompanied with city reference will meet
Witi prompt attention.
N. It. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Ouir stock consists
i pu' of
White Osnaburghs. StripedI Osnburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Donnis, Ifeavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Hea Island Brown Shirtings,
lleachedt Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-A, 10-4, 12.1 Plaid liltle
and Stripped ]itle liomnespuns. lileached
and Brown Drillq, Black French Broad
cloths, Ilosiery anti Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels. Towelings, Linen Dan
ask, all qualities, Calicocs. all qualities,
Dress G%oois Dolmostic lingihamils, Fitne
Scotch Gingliams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Motslins, itt every variety,
Fine French Mitslinst. White ant ilack
Goole, F-nrmers' irown i n Duck, Farm
ers' Browii Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Cottonides.
Together with every variety to be found
in our Iiine; which ie offer at
%V 1 () . ES A 1 AN) R i-:,r.% I,,.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
stuil advanlce ott Agents' prices.
We ivonhl reswet tully call the at tent ion
of the P'laters. Merchants. an1td the cili.
r:ens genterally of Fairfield t)i'strict, to ottr
itlVettisenlient. tild solifit. a call froml thew
should they visit :hr oity.
SIT1hL., WE UII & Co..
No. 287 King St., I doors below Weit worti
Cliarlecton, 8. C.
Ii C. STOLL, Charleston,
If. C. WALKEit,
J!1i 1 Hi- lyr
- -Politics and News,- t
WEEKLY
RECORD.
AFamily Journal.
g cikunro", s.c.
$4 per Annum.
IN ONE MAMMOTH SHEET,
1aving the largest country circulation in the State
F. A. MOOD & U. S. BIRD, FAitors & Prop's.
Gtin. Sup'ts Offico, u. & 6. U.
Rail Road.
CIA Mi!R 00 .'.HEDULE1 .
Charotte& S.C. Ullwill,
Ce tmbi., 8. C.. . titue 1, 181;'.
()N ittil after Sitday. Itie d histint, a
P' Itsen ger Tralit will n 1t over ti
Road :s follow :
Leave Coliuti at. 4 15 P 1.
Arrive Ptt Charlotto 11.15 P. 1.
Leave Clintlete at 12.1 . 11. i.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15 P. '1.
JAM ES AN 1)ER.ON,
Jitne 5'iP Suiperintend.ent.
D)A l ANTINE C'AN DLES, At-tow lloot,
tj ':Tapiocas Si trch. Salts. l.emtton, fi' ex
Sodi, Extract Vanillt, tinitger. lilack Pep'
pet', Iluidellile Iuk, lhat Ex tertintatori.
A ls,. he-t liin andt .Java C offes tand Sugar.
Just receiyedi by
Oresta.t Meditat Cirenlar
-11 W11nenwuR large Lti
-'letter peges for two~
8 cent stamps.
TIlE RELCOONIZED) SPEC(IALITIES OFe
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, fotrmerly of' Lon
dort, Robert flerber't, M1. I)., t'r'om Pi'ladel
phuia, rua.d Dr. Btugqno Velpeau, formerly of
the London atnd Paris Venereal Hfus'piials.
Permanent atnd speedy cur'es'gtaratnteed of
lontorrhea, Syphtillis, 0Oleet, Spermuat orrhoa
or Selt-Abuse, and of every possiblo formt
of private disease of every natlhe or nature
wh,atsoever.
Dr. hlerbert's Anti-Alcoholic Compound,
an unfailing re'nedy for intemporanuce; wite
for particulars.
lus fLight, 800 pages, 100 plat es,
Di. Jackson's Female MIonthly Pillts; $1
per box, extra fine $6, a safe andi effectuu
remedy, for all irregutlarities and obstrue-.
tions, from what ever catuso. Dt'. Jackson's'
OrietaQ'lgortitmg Linpfnt, $2 per bot
tle. Send for circulair. 0 onuinto Frenchi
Safes $1,.6 for $1,12 for $7. Send for cir..
cular and wrlte,.you will promptly receive
a kind. diei'eot and explicit answer. Ad
dreM Dr. .4aeJ , He9rbert & Co., or elm
pl,fP.' . x ,~6 Cladiitnnuf., Ortio. Office'
No. 167 Sycamore Street. Mledicines andl
instructions sent to any pa~rt of the country
june 12'O66-6muo
An Old Solig, set to a New Tune
rr 1866. g
.s.spring t)approaches
Ants uid Roaches
P1rJ)n their holes come out,
Atid .ice and Rtals,
in spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years estaboliehd in N. Y. City."
"Only infalliblo remedies kno'wn."
"Free from 11oisonks."
"Not dangerous to the Ifuman Family."'
"Rats come out of thele fieles to die."
"Coster'" ftl, Redl, &c.. Ex.
terlm, '
Is a paste-used for lte, Jie, Roaches,
Black and Red Ant8, &c., &c., &c., &a.
"Costerls" Bed-Bttg ExtcTrnista
tor.
Is a liquid or wasli-usdcl to destroy,
also as a preventivo for lrd-Buys, &o.
':ostar's" Electric Povuter for
Iasecti
Is for Motlx, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Ped.lAugs,
insects on i'lants, Fowls, Animals, &c.
. !,iy" ! ! SWARE I I ! of all wartbless
imitat ion.
&jj7- See that "COsTAR's" nane is on
each Bex. Bottle, and ''lask, before you buy.
We- Address, HElNRY R- COSTAR,
484 liroadfway, N. Y.
S&- Sold
gAy By
All Drupgists ani Retailers evi'rywhcro
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New (iltn
La.
1863.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Parmer's
Uazette (English), asserts and proves by fig
tures that ofin pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and' deiendants no less than 651,050
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down,. they would oon
sume more food than would sustain 66,000
human beings.
ArWi See "CosTAR's"'advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versus DIlD.S.-Wfioever engages
in .,hooting suall birds is a cruel man; who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. We should liko some one to give us
the benefit of their experieneo in driving
out, thse l1-s We need something be
sides dogs, eats, at)' traps for this busine,
-Scientiic Am,er*icana. N. Y.
Us,. See "CosTAR'S" advertisement above.
1866.
"''OSTIAl'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe ani sure-the most perfect
RATitincation meeting we have over attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prepar(d. will eat it, and every one that,
eat- it will die, generally at some place as
distant. as possible fron were it was taken.
-Lake Shore, Mich , Mirror.
4W- See "CosTAR's" advertisement above.
1866.
HTOUSEK EEPERS troubled' with vermin
nteed be so nto longer, if they use "'CosrAa's"
Exterminator. We haveoused it to our sat is
faiction ;und if at box 'cost $5, we would hatve
it. We have tried ipoisons, but they effect ed
nothing ; bit. "Cost ar's" article gnocks the
bret:ohi out of Rats, Mice, Roe.ches, Ants,
and lXkd-lhags, <jnicker tha.n we can write it.
It is in great dlemandl all over the country.
--Ma.lna., O'hi'o, (Tazeltt
laSce"CrA's'adetisment bove.
18f6
A VOICE FfiOM TIIH FAR WE8T.
Speaking of "Cos-rAn&'s" Ra. Reach, Ant
&c., Extermoinator-."'more. grpit and pro
visions are 'destroyed annuAlly ian dran
Cothnty by termin, than 4tbuld pay .foi'ttons
of t his Rat. and Insecta illUer.-.Landester,
Wiis., Herald. . ..
'~ See "Cea-rAtt's" advert iserL.ent above
FARMEI(S AN1D ':ftOUflKEEPERS--- -.
should reeol~ls"thsU hutadreds of dollars
worth of'OUrAWn, 'rovsons, &o.g are an
minall destroyed by Rats)M?iae,I Asits, and '
be proveue b$a fo doUa, worth of
"Co9r*ti RMS UEb40- 8tsp.*', Biter
niinRtor, bo IlA.Uj tu~ fqe
S,~ee 'COSTAR 6" ad~~tnet above..
BA RNES' 04
june .#I' i ~ l

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