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Deaiof an Old CI1116R.-Mrs. Nelson
died suddenly jeeterdai :mornitig at
daylight at.tle rssidence of her grand.
.son, Mr. Wtm. M. Nebion. She lived
'to more years than are usually* allotted
to man, having died in her ninety.frst
'(91) year. She wss sickonly half on
"lomlelde.-Wo have infotmatiun,
but no particulars, of a difloulty that
"-occurred between two colored men at
Ridgeway last Saturday, which resulteI
in the death of one of the party. The
two weie armed, one with a pistol, the
lother with a musket.
ghop11.-Elisha, a negro work.
ing for Mr. JAis AIKEN, and four of
4is joeopamons entered, about nine
'clock Friday night, the store of Ketch.
- n Moblaster & Co., with the purpose
- 'stealing, and while two were buying
tsomi'' ariticles, Ehsha stole a bolt of
'cloth and decamped. The name. of the
lVat-ty' being taken, Elisha was threateVy
ted with prosecution. Bill pursued
Elisha, recovered the bolt and restored it
It& the oWners.
We publish the sabove that thieves
'nay be.known iknd-watched.
lnWilng that ir " istrict has been
!madly stripped of mule power, we refer
tl'ose needing stock of that kind to one
of the Brick Range stores. We are not
Authorizqd to advertise the fact, but as
we saw a live specimen hanging out in
front of one of the doors Saturiday after.
noon, we can pnly presume there are
some of the sarnokind left.
The - Weather.-Saturday morning
showed quite a change in the teipera.
lure.. The wind blow bold, aroover
coas were donned. Some ice appear.
d, aid ltogether there was great cause
of apprehension on account of' the. fruit
trees. -But f6rtunately' it wastery dry,
and the forming fruit has very )ve'll es.
.caped. The wealher is Itgaint m1odeat.
. To Adverlsers.-Orders for adverlis.
ing should be handed in by noon of Mon'
days, Wednesdays and Fridays,' to
atetre insertion in the next'day's isane.
hew Advertiseeats.-DuBose ERg
0 0 Is z R 0 1 A I
A oustA, M&roli 18.-Cdv' w.--The
nareotoogitinues waly luwl nd un.
GoLD.-U61rke i0reve. The demand
-bs be.n aI6ve it Improved prices. The
demand could not be supplied at 182, wh1oh
was freely paid. Brokers buying at 18(
and.selling.at. 182. -
8itLvza.-Buyjng at 125 and selling at
STOoKs AND BoND.-City Bon 4old at
80; 8ataamah Bonds 82; andil d State six
pr onna78. . .
.Naw Yoast -Marsh 16.-Cotton exhibite a
dedlining ..tendenc. Sales to-day eigh
hundred h~ales at.fouty-one cents.
- old thirty and one-qigth~
jaasorts. March 16.-iMarket Arm
We quote 17 21, fold, 'add4 27s cur
?RMN ACON SIDS an houi
* ~G8ToN #CO ,
* mwareO*.4t No,-8.RHotlange.
88'.~S NGLESbTON & 00.
nis er 6.2 No. 5, -Det.a lasge.
(OPA L VARN I' *eee4 Oil
.JMachina and 7 * pifies Tue
. peatine,'DBattat- UmbWreell
. D.brosas Yellow da i1 AWs*
DuDOS USi)8 ~ .
mar 20'66-tt oTi. a, ii'.
ISXH POTATOF and
mrWS0'6.tr ijrNe(te 'Sea%.
. ase 20 6
I ACKEREE in Quarter Barrels and
KiIJ Sugar, Coffee and Rice.
DuBOVE EGLE8TON.& CO.,
mar.20'66-tt No. 8, Hotel Range.
COLLIN'S AXES, Trace Chains,
C Hfoss, &o
...DuBOS45 ZGLESTON & CO..
lnar-20'66.-If No. 8, Hotel Rang.
CORNER MEETING AND NAZEL STREETS.
CHARLVSTON, S. C.,.
Rates of Board per day, $8,00
H. L. BUTTERFILD,
makh 20'66-8 . Proprietor.
. .oo pOZEN HOES.
05*.0 0 'Bar, Sheet, Hoopi Horse
shoe aud Rod Iron.
10,000 lbs. Last and Plow Steel. For
FISHER & LOWRANC',
Miain street, Columbia, 8. C. .
30 DOZ..PLANTERS HOES,
6 dos. Warranted Azee.
800 bushels Prime White Corn,
- 6000 lbs. Baltimore Bacon,
80 bblo. Family Flour.
A full supply of family
which will be sold low for cash.
CATHOART & MATTHEWS
HYSON TEA, Bes Rio
Coffee, Adamantino Candles, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KNTCH IN, MoMASTER & CO'S.
LA RGE lot of Cotton Seed on
KETCHIN, MqMASTER & CO.
march 17'66-t f
- Corn Meal.
KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
m arch 17'4,(--tf
O 'ER for sale about thirty (00)
- head.of MULER, which -will be in
Wvinnsboro' on. Wedlnendty, 21st iopt. I
will sell for cash. or to suit purchasers.
Also, 2000 Bishels of Cottlin Seed. Will
sell on time.. ROBERT BEATY.
PLAIN ant FANCY LAWN
Fanoy 'and Mournin; gingbians,
Linen Diaper, -
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Cheek Linen for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
Linen Duck, .
- Swi Muslin,
A oIlendid assortment of.
* lack '
I.dtes Black and,White Hats, 66 , l a.
to suit Ladle fate. All of which te efet
J . H. PROPST, Aget
No. 2, Bank g.
+ marcha 16'O6'tIf
.' - I8TS e
with ta lutetion of e
sumning the, praetice of DUE
,Iwill. bE pleased to se mg d1g
-Mfeen ah4p4trne at.Mrs. 1Add's, where
~hropened unf offle -
- . D. OVlUTON, -
4ate mn.a4f Surgeon $entist.
h Jeand in.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
,ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLIlTOR I. EQUITY,
WINNSBORO', S. 0.
4W, Office,'No. 2, Law Rang--in rear
of the Court House.
'DR . BJA=EN'
Drugg %. and Apothilary,
Mo.'A nA I RAN 3.
THI ROOM FORMUaLY oOUPI2D AS Tlls
"Planter's Bank of FairfIeld.01
WHERE cnn bo found.all the arti.
T l . es usually kept4n a Drug- Store,
Drogs and Chincals, . Perfumery,
Aold and Salts, ' Colognes,
Patent Medicints, Hldkr. Etracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring 4'
Petroleum Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Qoinbs,
TooXhand'Nall Brushes, ' Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fanop Articlos. soaps, &a.
Cigars which can be.recommendod.
Rome fine.old Wino and good Brandy s4i
table in sicknbss, &c.
Aledic in" wiU be compounded -or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. A bispense
In the present unsettled state of pdoei
I shall sall anything in my legitimatellne
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
TO FARMERS I
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
Aq Improver of the Land. Sup rior for
Wheat,.Cotton, Corn, &t., &c. Of
Superior Quality and Warranted.
Containing fflements essential
to 'te Production of Gsailin,
&c., ansjt Anuprovesneut
of the Land.
T HIS is confidontly recommended to
FARMERS TO BRING LARGE
CROPS, and we gnarantee It to be as go d
as any Fertilizer imt Ihe Market, and I
bring as good crops. trid side by side with
,60y, even Peruvian Quano'.
FOR CORN. COTTON. -T6ACCO, &C.
-Put a handtull to the hill when you plant.
When the corn and Cottou are well up, put
another handful to the hill as a top dress
ing; and when the Corn is about to shoot,.
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to
the hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer go"e directly to the plant, and
the plant gets'all'of tme l,ene4t of It. Use
it in this,way. an1l the Pianter.'oau coutit
on good crops if the weather is at all favor.
We guarantee it to prodne as good crops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
the way directed, by the side of Peruvian
Guano, or any other Fertilizer, and if It does
notproduce as good e drop, we will refund
twenty per cent of the prios. Use it in the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for five years Consecutively on the a &me
land, and if It doE not prtdiob more money,
and leave the latkd in hettOIr condiiei than
Pervian Guano at the end of the five years
we will refund ithe purchaser twenty per
centof. the price for - the twe years. Ours
will improve the land, and will leave it bet
te' than It found it. . ,
Liberal terms given to promot ad re.
JAMES 0. GIBBS,
Agent, Columbia, S. 0.
For particulais pipply to '
7. A. GAILLARD,
WInnsbeto', 5. 0.
STRAUSS, VANES C.,"
S180 ileeting Street,
C'erner Haed St., Opposite&PaeWis Roel,
CH ARL1ESTON, "B, t,.
WOU,LD'respectfully el the atten
tion of.Mercbants to our ntew and
varied stoek of Foreign ad .Domeetie Dry
Goods, comprising a complete assortment
of DomestIcs,. Prints, Cloths, Casslnmeres,
flopierygioves, Emnbroidhries, Dry .Goods,
White Goodw, Linen Goods, .rapes, Shawls,
libbons, - 1es Articles, * loaks, Fancy
Goods and Nbtions,. --
pemr stoqv has -been eaef):lly seletedj
one long conversant with the wants and r'e
quluemnents of the triade, our facilitIes f&v
Impoting will always esable us to 'kegp on
.ha4 .a stock of tae stapptoved vaio.
tyotiported articles. AVe havd also in
eonnection, .stablished a Cmmissten and
Forwardin~ Business, undir the Aupa of 3.
o.;is& , orders entrusted .to us will
reselve prompq and 'ebuaattention.
-Meohents vslingtheeo ty are r9patUst
ly invited to call and s, and etatnine
our stock for thenwelves.
mar'ch 10'68-8. * - t
COLIMBIA, S. O., ebtvsory, 12,160.
Leave Chairloe (On arriv'al of the
North (a4aa train) fit "1.0.6 m
Arrive at Ridgeayat 6,00 p. a
Leave - .e lat5.6 a. .
Mekse eat i le at 4. . m
ma J0AS. 4k5bUM 4 (.
WATCHES; CRIN, DIAOD 11,AC-,
W OUTH. oer one 'aiMt6* dbllarsl
All to be sold for tone oni *aoili
each, without regard to value I NQt to' hi
paid -or until you know what you are- to
receive. rplondid list of articles! All to
be sold for $1 each.
260 Solid Silver Dining 8ets, $76 to $800
600 Silver Savers and Urns ',60 to 260
600 Solid Silvir Tea Alto obnt
. plote, 50 to '0
160 Rosewood. Muslal Boxes, .
82 sirs, ' . ' 76 to 260
200.Mahoganj Muslcal Boxes,
24 air4,. -. 50to 200
260 Gold Hunting Watehas, 76 to '260
260 Ladies'- Enamelled -Gold
Wawhoes 60 to 200
600 Gouts' .11unting Silver
* Watches, 86 to 100
600 Opip-h"ge Silver Watelfes, 26 to 60
600 Ivory Opera,filasses, 26 to. 000
600bMotherof Poarltongnotte% 60 to 100
800'9Ix Barrel Revolvets, 16 to 60
600 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 60
800-Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
260 Marble Statues, Busts, Ao., to -200
260 Diamond Rings, to 100
6,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes- '6 to 60
2,M00 Gold Vest andNooleChains, 16-to 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Braselets, 6 to 10
6,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2,000 Chatelone & Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Bolitare X 4 Revolving
Brooches, G to 10
2,000 Lava & Florentine, Brooshes, 4 to 10
6,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral do . 4 to 10
6,000 Moslac, Jet & Lava Ear
drops, 4 to' 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 3 to 8
6,000 California Diamond Pins, 6 to 20
8,000 0alifornia Cluster Diamond
Ptne, 8 to 10
8,000 set& Solitare Buttons and '
Studs. 0 8 to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles; Pencils, A*., 8 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, 8 to 6
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, 6 to 19
8,000 Gold TootlhpioksCrosses, &o., 3 to 8
6,000 plain Gold Rings. 4 to 10
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, 8 is 10
10,000 Californi6 Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelryjet, $'to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, eoral, 8 to 12
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to 16
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,600sets Ladies' Jewelty, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 Gold Pens with al. hold
, er', ' to 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold kqp
era, *6 to 12
6,000 Gold Pens & h%lders, sup'r, 10 te 16
6,000 Silver Goblets Drinking
Cups. .t 10
8,000.8ilver Castors & Wine held.
era, - e - 1890 60
2,000. Silver Fruit A Coke Bas
kets, . 20 to 50
1essrs. Parkinsot A Co., No. 208 Broad
way, New York, Xxtensive anufabtursrs
and importers of. many of tife leading and
mnst fishionable styles of Watches and
Jiwely, desiring to increase their buliness
to an unlitnited extent, have resolved --upon
a Great Gift Sa%6, subjest to the regulations
Certifioates naming each article and its
valua, are placed in 8ealed Envelpes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sat,.by mail to any address on reseipt of
AU AricO old W4, O'ne Doler seA, withous
f regard te volve.
On reoelpt of the certifieats you will see
what you are going to have, and then it i
at your option to send the dollar and take
the article or not. Purehaseis 'ay thus
obtain aGold Watch, Diamond Ring or any
set of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar,
and In no ease can they get less than one
dollars' worth, as there are no uncertain
ties, The price of ertificates is as fol
lows: One for 24 cents; five for $1; -eleven
for $2; thirty for $6. witk elegant prenium
hIxty-1w, thr.A$10, with bonus; onA hundre.
for 16.an handome prosest to the getter
up oit tie elub.
Agenf wanted evrwee owhom spen
elal indements e fe ed Adders,
PARKINSON, & CO., Importers,
* 208 Br'oadwa, New York.
TWO AOIICULTURAL PAPBES FOR $3,60
p. ,gspxoje & wu..xs. waras motions.
ad 9auencd ,anuary, 186..
Monthly, at * ' $2.00 per stunum
Si: (lopies fbr - +'10,1in Advanhe.
lent on trial 6 months fat *.00 or three
me*the for 60 ,oants' S6beoriptions ean
qoff w : traee.t wil'the "M4y
RYL&AND F45MER," another ecellent Ru
ral Monithly,3 -jtlished in Baltimore 6t
$1.60, both pa ' t be sont' oneyear'foa
$ 0u ofeacl * 10-1Oof each tfe
8 ~beelbe -u -thi ose,
mar l -6Atheug,
MILLS UdUli E
POPULAR AM5 &L
agreed on. JO3
JAVE madh arrangements with Mr
J I - t HILLIP tthe
,bfAftR%;dnTAIL RING BOINE8S at
tRoIr 914 sland, 4 %rog4 strees, in
*11Ita branchm as formerly conducted by
thtD,a4 soliit for him from their fortmer
patronad friondw the same liberal patron.
ag so generously extened to themselves.
EDUBRTON & RICHARDS.
JanuaVy 29, 1866.
J. .HILLI PS
DRAPER abd TAILOR
(ueesoro to Edgerton # Richard#,)
32 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
EFPS constantiv on, hand a full
K Eassortment of tie best grades of
French, English and AnerMen Cloths, Cas
almores and Vestings. which will be sold
by the yard or made to'order, In the latest
All orders for either goods or work pronpt.
ly attended to.
T. M BRISTOLL,
NO. 169 Meeing Sirut, corner of Iraxel.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
stoe ISasINNnE WIINKLY T MAXID.
.M. BRISTOLL, 0. T. DUNHAM,
'A. X. P)ROWN.
STOLL, W2BB & CO.,
BANCROFT' OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Pdlow Wentworth.
WE have now opened and on hand
a very large and well selected stook
whlh we offer at Wholesale and Retail.
Having had long experience in the Dry
Gooks Business before the war, we know
ust what Goods are most needed by plan,
ters and consumers generally and will a!.
ways keep op hand a full stoek of planters
oods of every kind.
We keeb our stook constantly replenished
by every steamer, with tho most attractive
We respectfully invite planters, mer
Dhante and consumers generally,- to call and
Inspect our stook,.oonsisting in part of
Blankqts, Plains, Kerseys, Oanaburge,
Brown8hirtings, Bleached, LongCloths,
Pine Sea Island Prown4hirtirags,
* Irish Linets, C!g1eces, Oing.
hats, ad Cambrios,
ter!noes, Te taines, Poplins, Colored Al.
paseas, Figured Poplins, Black Silks,
Bombataie, Blak Alpaocas,
and Crap9. Cloths.
Together with every variety to be found
In our line, which we,ofor at the lowest
STOLL, WZBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth,
H: C. STOLL, '. ' Charleston,
H. 0. WALKER, - . e
GEO. He W&L TER&OO0.,
Genra~l Commnissiott *1ttjauts
FOR WARDING AGENTS..
. OR1'N hFJ8ANY4 WHAF,
OHARLESTONU, B, 0.
53o. 3r. waneaa, - ^- w. ,s. NoCoaCx,4
a a. WALT.Rs
Branoh at Columbia, .Q
OEO. H. WATER & SON.
Eetchin, lMoMaster *r Co.,
AVE vedeived a carefull selected
Stock~ef Goo49, to wbicey .Invite
i attention ef fortuew patrons of the old
Bras and of the publie generally.' 'They
lbave.ubi. and are receilni a gbneral
?d wStoVead, yJes,
Rwae g and,
Aud rti Selee u.ly sept inceum.
is Ieas t , ,by S~ sta
priocs.. 4 r i hot- en
t ainedb Ru a at short
* TCHE fM?El.1-CO