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New Adveflisulents..-Ladd & Bros
In gntietetiin with this we give a slight.
-ly rovsed edihiun of a su.table poem
14rom the Newberry Ierald :
If you have a sweetheart
And want to make her laugh
'Take her down to Wash Ladd's
And get her Photograph. '
He too can take her Ambrotype
-As natural ai life,
And i, will be a guarantee
That she will be your wire.
-Bacot & Rivers have Goshen Butter,
so rich that it i'll put a man in a flutter ;
Lard and'lasses, wines anSI cheese-go,
all hand@, but don't get- more than
Eglesion & Co. advertise (now don't
let it at all surprise,) Sugar,'Coffee, and
Cheese and Tea, and that is a call that
you may come and see.
Rehglous.-Divine Service may be
expected to-morrow .
At theM. E. Church, Rev. A. G.
STACY, at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at 11
the A. R. Church, Rev. C. B.
B4Tr,-'at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at 4' P.
At to piscopal Church, Rev. W;
P. DuBosj,,at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at
At the Presbyterian Church, Rev.
W. EF. BOGGS, at 11 o'clock, A. M. and
at 4 1. h.
We suppose thereNs no coffee drinker
in all our towi who would not like to
know exactly how to make . the very
best coffee., Just think of it,--"the
verye.bst." Wilt any one attempt to
describ such a luxury ?#.Some thinge,
1 e are %ld, can better be imagined
than lesc?lbed: Well now we are not
disposed to think that the effect of 'a
cup of th; very best -coffee upon the in.
ner man, (our.office im'p says we ought
to say *the "in'ards o.h fellow,") can
either be desecrib4 or 'imagined. It h.
to bOfuJl. - .may tA4k a6ent,
thrilling, soul-stirring, blectric, fervent,
burning loquence. Let others be elec.
trifle with thd 'eloquence of Domos.
thenes; jetthem fairly ignite under tiV
sublime. imaer. of Milton'; butis.for
us, give us a goudpull it the exhilsrat.
ing nectarlf Caffa's soil, and if we don't
feel a glo% that eloquenA ca't hold a
candle to---. But*
If any one of our readers try Baron
Lieoig's method, wiich we insert below,
and find. it to come .to pass as he say,
-why,e*o will be glaOto hear from them.
How To MAKIC CoFFNEC.-Baron
Liebig has published a practic4l esby
on offee making, in . which he aus rts
tha people at lorge do not get half the
amount of -the essential coftee thay
ought to do from the bean as generally
treated, ae airms tlhat the good quali-,
ty of co depends primarily oug t,he
roastin .Whis pperation should be con.
tinued .ul until the bean or berry has
.lost its brny condition, so that it may
lbs ground, or what is bett,ar, pounded to
1powder. Now as coffee contains . a
,crystaullin.e and volatile subatance 'called
.caffeiqe,. 'Which gives coffee'its flavor
.and sustaiuiing qualities, care must be
:taken to retaim it. By exposure .to the
air it escapes. Hence groutd coffee
rapidly losses its aroma and value, and
the porosity of the roasted berries ad.
mnits of a like deterioration- Hence the
Baron recommends that powdered white
or brown sugar be strewn over the ber
ris -when the roatingjis just complet.
,ed, and while thef1 still hot. If
then well stirred, the in* god sugar will
spread over the berries, frimg a copt.
ing or varnish impervious to .aix. This
will confine the aroma and rtta, the
cafbilne, until the berries are grosn4 for
Of the three processes of makring cof
fee, filtration,-infusidn, and.boiling, the
baron inclines,to the latter, Hie thinks
that about three-fourths or the gond
'coffee -to be need should be boile for 10
'or 1* .rinutes, then the remining
'fourth put in, and the whole a.
owed to stend, covered, for from five . to
hir minutes. . This makes the best cof
' Foy jorueys au4 ulsrchps, there it
us impossible to he burdened -with mat
chuines for roasting and gtl nding, coffee
nmay be carred In a pWdered idrnd and
its aromatic pr'oportibe preaerved by the
following process. One pound of the
oased'stres r rducd4tepod4er
und fnmediately.wetted with syrup'ol
sigar, obtained by pouring two oundes
of sugar, and permitting them 'to athnd
for a few.minutes. When the powder
is thoroughly 'wetted with the syrup,
two ounces of finely.powdered sg ir are
to be added, mixed well with it, and
the whole then dried in.open air. The
sugar lockR up the volatile parts of the
coffee. It coffee is now to he made,
cold water is to be poured over a certain
quantity of the powder, and made to
boil. Prepired this way, the powder
may be preserved in perfect Con,lition
for many weeks.
ThG travalur 11d Saldier kuwa ihe
value of good coffee, and sound hints
for its preparation will be welcomed and
treasured by connloisseuts.
0 0 z liE'R 0 1 A L'.
NEW YoRKz, ,March 20.-Cotton has
a declining tendency. Sales of 3j700
bales at 39 a 40 cents. Gold 271.
MontLE ,March'14.-The day's busi.
ness shows but little animation in the
cotton market. Notwilhstanding prices
have ruled ratAr in favor of buyers,
only , limited demanTM existed, and sales
were restricted to 250 bales, on a basis
of 38 a39 for middling-.tha inside fig.
.nre bein *g nearest the'actual prices paid.
The market closed quiet and ull.
NEw ORLLANS, March 14.-Sales of
cotton; to-day, 3,200 bales. Middling
41 a 43 cents. Receipts, to day, 1,590
bales. Gold, 271 a 28.
BIRGUINS TO ISHAD
BEAUTIPUL FRENCH LAWNS,
Best unlity 8prigt Mugin,
8upelor English Ging m,
3leaohed and unbleached Drills,
Sirk)ed'and Checked Homipuns,
Aire White Linen,
Brown Linen Duck,
Plain and Dotted Swiss Muslin,
1000 Ward's'1. R. Paper Collars,
White Shirting from 25'pents up,
Al Spring Calicoes at26 dents.
The above Goods are direct from New
York, and bought at the lately reduced
Cartas ie Visits Cards
and Photova lis,
taken at . LADDBK .
MUSCOVADO MOI#ASS .S
. Brown Sugar,
* Cheese, &c.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & Co.,
mar 24'06-tf No. 3. Hotel Bag
PRIME BACON SIDES and Shoul
ders, For safe low.
DuBOSH EGLESTON & CO,
march 20'66-tf No, 8. Hotl nge.
E****RA AM1LY, Ji.kr'. Self
De B GLE8TON & C0.,
~nr 20'06-tf.. No. , otel Range.
COPAL VARNISH, Linseed Oil,
'1Maehine and Train Oils, Spirits Tar
pestle, Burnt Umber, Chrome Green,
- on Yellow in 0:1, Whiting,Wys &e.
DuBOSE EGLE8TN V.,
I RISH POTATOES and .APPLES.
tsar 20'6-f No. C, 11ot Rapke
C HURNS, Buckets as &o.
' DuB~OSE EGLESYJ CO.,
mar 20'C6-tf N., Rne
ClOLLIN'S AXES, Taee Chains,
S . DuB08E EGLWSTON & CO.,
ar 2'6-f N. 8,, Hotel Range.
U##Y80N TEA, Best Rio
Adamantine Candlee, Maeea
reni andad Piokles. At
-march e7' ,Me ASE'&00f
ALARGE lof Cotton Seed on
~TCHUN, *IoMASTER A CO.
F R saleb MMSIR&C
wrob 17 -
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
WlvySI0ORO', S. C.
-9&- Office, No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of the Court House
feb 13'06-Omo. !
DR. W. 1. AZENv
Druggist aqd Apothecary,
NO. i, UANK RANGE.
THU ROOX FOR)KRLY OCOUPIND AS THIE
"Planter's Bank of Fairfieldef
WVHERE can le found all the arti.
,log usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, . Hdkf. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring 1, *
Petroleuni Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys. Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuff.,
Spices, * , Toilet Powder,
Fancy Article'@. soaps, &o. -
Cigars which can be recommended,
Some fine oldI Wine a'd good Brandy sui
table in sickness, &e.
Medicine eill-be compounded or prepared
etrictly in aecordancs With the U. 8 Dispensa
. In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell anything in my legijisnate line
scheap a It can be found elsewhere.
PLAli and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Tweed for W's. Suits,
Check Lia for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
- Jaconet and
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black and White Hats, of the Ia.
to suit Ladies Hats. Ail of which we offer
at viry low prices.
J. H, PROPS', Agent.
hNo. 2, Bank Range.
- "Ipat, Bil
C. D. 96ton, to '
Solicitor of Perpetuate
The Northern Circuit. Tustimony
THE above state Bill having thie
day beeit filed- 16 'my ofcein
pursuance of.the late Act of the General
Assembly of this State, entitled "An Act to
provide a mode by which to Perpetuite Tes
timony- irelation to Deeds, Wills, Chose
In Aotion, Other papers, and Records des
troyed or lost ftring the recent war:"
It is hereby'ordereA, that all parties ip.
terested int the prvisiouns of said Act, pro
ees4 to aval Iemselves of the benefits
thereof under tRprager of the Bill so Ailed
as aboA stated.
18AAC I. MEANS,
Commissioner in Equity"
for Fairfield Ditetok
Winnsborc% Msroh 5tht,.1866 -
Stock Certificate Lost.
oertilee4s for the. original, which hs beEs
lest or destroyed, date'd July 12, 1882, Ne.,
1860, br Thirty.two shares in the Charlotte
& 3. C.RelodCompany.
hb 100law e 'DANIEL Ik4LVL.
Formeurly of/Hpden h&
35s 111983?., COIIDIBOF 31U(11 IT ,
enHARLEsTO, S. 0.
H AS opened a o t. stock of
HoeFurnishigArtiel es, Creek.
- ~oodsa of every varity Clooks,
WA~ Jew .Feket and Table
Aled and forwatded..
NDRE'S LATINT LEXICON
AJeverett's ati Leien, Liddel anJ
Astroanies, Blak Boos, ~ad
TCI,MOMASTER & 00 S...
WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGs, &C.,
WORTII over one million dollars
All to be sold for one one dollar
each, without regard to value I Not to. be
paid for until you know what you are to
receive. Splendid list of 'articles I All t,
bo sold for $1 eoh.
260 Solid Silver Dining gets, $76 to $800
600 Silver Savers and Urns 60 to 260
600 .olid Silver %a Sets som.
plate, 60 to 800
160 itosewood Musical Boxes,
82 airs, 75 t'e 260
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes,
24 airs, 60 to 200
250-Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 260
260 Ladies' Enamelled Geld.
Watches, 60 to 200
600 Gonts' Hunting Silver
Watches, 86 to 100
600 Opdh-face Silver Watches, 25 to 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, 26 to 000
500 Mother of Pearl Longnettes, 601o 100
8008ix Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 50
600 Single and Double Shooters, 10 to 60
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
250 Marble Stattes, Busts, &e., 60 to 200
250 Diamond Rings, 60 to 400
6,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 6 to 50
2,000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains, 16 to 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, a to 10
6,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2,000 Chatelene & Quard Chains 6 to 20
.7,000 Solloare & Revolving
Brooches. . 8 to 10
2,000 Lava& Florentine, Brooehes, 4 to 10
6,00OCoral, Opal & Emeral do 4 to 10
6,000 M'aISO, Jet & Lava Ear- 0
drop9, . 4 to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 3 to 3
6,000 California Diamond Pins, 6 to 20
P,000 ;alifornia ClusteatDiam'ond
Ptne, 'I to 10
8,00%sets Solitare Buttons- and
, Studs, 8 to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles, Penelle, Ac.; X to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, $to 6
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, & to 19
3,000 Gold Tooth picks Crosses, As., 8 to 8
6,000 plain Gold Rings. 4 to 10
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, - to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, I to 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to '16
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,600sets Ladies' Jewelry, mosaic, 20 1o 20
10,000 d4ld Pens with al. hold
ers, li6e. 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hojd.
ors, 4 to 12
6.000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 16
6,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. Sto 10
8,000 SilierCastors &Wine held.
era, 1 to 60
2,000 Silver kruit & Coke Bas
kets, 20 to 60
Messrs. Parkinson & Co., No. 208 Broad
way, New York, Xxtensive Manufacturers
and importet-e of many of the leadIbg ana
most fashionable styles of Watches and
Jewely, desiripg to increase their business
to an unlimit0 extent have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subject to the regulations
Certificates namTg--each article and its
valus, are placed in Sealed Envelopes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address on reeipt of
All'Articles lId at One Dollar eaO, without
regard to value.
On receipt of the certificate you will set
what you are going to have, and then it Is
a, your option to send the dollar and take
the aitiole or not. Purchasers may thus
ttain a Gold 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, se there are no uncertain
ties The price of certificates is as' fol
lows: One for 26 cents; five for $1; eleven
for $2; thirty. for $6, with elegant premium;
sixty-fve for $10, with bonus; one hundred
for $J 6, and handsome proesent to the getter
up ofthe club.
A gent wanted everywhere, to Wlom spe
ctl inducements are offered. Adderas,
PA RKINSON, & CO., ?mporters,
208 lSgoadway, New York.
TWO AGIICULTIRAL PAPR11 FOR (3.60
D. EnDNOND & WM. 3. wurTn, UbiToss.
E STABLISHIED in 1843. Volume
24 Commeneet January, 1806.
Monthly, at $2.00 per annum
Six Copies for- $10, in Advance'
Bont on trial S months for $1.00 or three
modtl fbr 60 cents- Subscriptions can
equipsnce at any time.
By special arraitgement, wIth the "St A
RYL&AND BARMEla," another excellent Ru
raS Ionskly, ppblished in Baltimore at
$l.SO both a5c* will e sent one year for'
. h~ ocb fors 16-10 of each for
26giv5ciJ subsoriber in this case,
Z s, WM. N. WHITE,
aur16'66 . Athens, G.
Osraer Quest ad Mora B*rse, .
O EA4RL E 8'?0N, 8. *.
IS1 POPULAR~ AND WELL
KNOWN HIOU8U is low fhslly ee
rthe reception of visits baing bea
refurrtished with eNew and Uesat FernS
ture throughout; and offers .tohe traveller
aeo*amodations and convenIeu ea
Class Hotel, n6t tUbe equallt bany No t
qr Somg T , p~etoag ofth publio is
re as er s ,--c
H AVE Made arran ements with Mr.
J. S. PlIILLIPS to'continue the
DRAPER aid TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 3A Br'end Street, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
patrons and friends time same liberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDVER E RTON & .RICHARDS.
J. S. PHILLIPS
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Sucetuore to Edgerton 4 Richard#,)
39 BROAD 6TRESET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEPS constantly on hand a full
. assortment of the best grades of
French, English and American Cloth*, Cas
simeres and Vestings. which will be sold
by the yard or oade to order, in the. latest
All orders f either goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
T.. M BRIS'YOLL,,P
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 169 Mteing Street, corner oX sei.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ITOOK REPLENUIInD W=XKLY BY STEAMER.
.M. BRISTOLL, C. T DUNIIAM,
A. 8. BROWN.
STOLL, WEBB. & CO.,
'BANCROFTrS OLD STAN0,
287 King 1., 3 door$ Below Weneworth.
W have now opette and on band
W a very large and wel selected stock
of nDRt GOOS.
which we offer at Wholesale and Retail.
Having had long experience in the Dry
Goods Bu3ines8 before the war, we know
ust what Obode are most needed by plan.
ter and consumera generally and will al.
ways keep on ho-Jt full stock nf Oftntera
kuos oevery kin!'
We keep'our stock constantly replenished
by every steamor, with the most attractive
We respectfully invite 4tanfers, mer
ehanis and consumers generally, to call and
inspect our stock, consisting in part of
lanliets, Plains, Kerseys, Osnaburgs,
BrownShirting8, Bleached, Long Cloths,
Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Irish Linens, Calicoes. Uing.'
DR E s' -GooDp.
Merin6es, De Laines, Poliins, Colored Al.
paeans, Figured Poplins, Black Silks,
Bombazines, Black Alpaccas,
'and Crape Cl6ths.
Together with every variety to be found
in our line, which we offer at the lowest
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. Q8' King St., 8 doors below Wntworth,
Charleston, S. C.*
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHi ARLES WEBB, .
H. C. WALKER, . a'
GE&Y. H, WALThR& ,
*eutral tomntission ?femijants
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
QH.ARESON, S, C,
630. u. war.tan, - wi. a. wecoau.Acg,
3 3. WAL.Y5R,
Branch at ColumbIa, S. C.
'GEO. H. WALTER & SON..
Ketchin, MoMaster & Co.,
AV1l rceiedaidarefu~i selecd.
H tehf..stoe' tey,invit.
the attenition of foriper patron of the old
firm and of the public jenerafly. 'They
have on had and ai e receiving a genei'al'
DGoods, Clothing, Shoes, Hate, Sohoel.
ks, Medicines Boa psand Perfbnlery,
Putty cud Window Glass, Tin Ware,
.Cooking S&oves, Groceries,
-Hard ware, Bagging and'
Rope, Brooms end.
And all ether artieled usually hep.t-imees
UACII3R8 are noethed that we a -able.
.1 toiflrnish thesl with 'bdokis s ta
an,dwillbeobtained 'by Urcaaho