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Court WccIl.-The Spring - Term of
the Uourt of General Sessions will Open
here next Aonda,n-his Honor, Judge
T. W. G'lover, presiding.
Iidge Glover has already arrived in
town and is stopping at Mr. Brown's.
Explained.-The mystery connected
with the steam mill well noticqd in our
last issue 1has, ;Ve are glad - to say, been
satisfactorily explained. The explana.
tion is, that our information was incor.
rect, there is nothing of it.
Chnnge of Command.-On Tuesday
last a small detachment from the 15th
Maine, U. S. T., arrived here under
command cf Lieut. Orcutt, to relieve
the present garrison. Licut. Orcutt, we
inderstand, will succeed Lieut. Liven
aparger in command of this Post.
Onion Milk.-A s this is the season of
the year that cow'i milk is so strongly
impregnated with the flavor of the wild
onion, it would be a public benefaction
if some one would suggest some infusion
that will horrect that unpleasant ingre.
dient in milk.
-New !AdvCrtlAement.-Ketchin, Mc.
Nafter & Co
See notice of Election. -
To Advertiers.-Orders for advertis.
ing should be handd in by noon of
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, to
secure insertion in the next day's issue.
aO zME R 0 IA L
CiAILOTT, March 26.--A few bales
*ichanged hands to day at 18 a 21jc.
gold, and 24 a 27c. currency.
Niw Yonx, March 26.-Cotton
shows a declining tendency. Sales of
300 bales at 39 cents. Gold 251.
AN election will be held on the first
Monday in April, between the hours
or io and 2 o'clock. at the store of John H.
Propst, for Intendant and four Wardens, for
the town of Winn.poro', for the year ending
J. I..Elliott, J. S. Stewart and R. S.
Ketolin have been appointed managers.
JOHN H. CATHCART,
m?rch 29'86-2** Clerk.
Drugs and Medicines.
ORIN', Glycerine,- Jacobs
Cordial, Mustang Liniment. Brad
relha Pills, Sulphur, Muistard and Opium.
KETCHIN. MoMASTER & CO.
Window Glass, &o.
FRENCH GLASS, Putty, LAmp
Black and Petroleum. For sale by
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
W ASH POTS, Biscuit Ovent. Skil.
lets, 4o. At
KETCIN, MMASTAR& CO'8.
ca, nsot akCOurW0 41 Tin
W Wareleft at o4 St6.
As s&m aitl oft 00ole syhUd.2_e A,
wIl bere1tbWslIg Way, R
do other biiu
Door tovs9Pu s. Kmt~
<4en Fo. Les, 8bp aee, Varr
Combs,X # ~.' Just rlelbVedJ
Th A. E. it. R. Bridge across the Santee
ias been completed.
The Steamer General Hooker, Captain
Ravidson, plying between Charleston and
3eoegetown, was last week burned to the
water's edge in the 'port of Charleston.
Right lives were lost. Among the lost, were
Uirs. Rhodes, Georgetown, Miss Bush of
leorgetown and Alits Risley of Philadel.
The system of return tickets on the
Ireenville and Columbia Railroad, has gon-3
to operation. The arrangement is a pub
io convenIence, and will largely increase
,he local tiavel.
The 29th Maine has been removed from
Darlington to Hilton Head, by orAer of Gen.
ickles, there to take the place of a negro
-egiment. The regiment will leave there
in Monday next. It is said, that four
iompanies of the 80th* Massachusetis, will
aereafter form the garrison at that place.
The dwelling house of Major B. D. Town.
tend of Bennettesville, has been destroyed
The Unionville Titues says, after several
lays very pleasant weather,wo were visited on
inturday and Sunday last by sevore winter
weather. Peach and plum trees being in
rull bloom, it is feared that the fruit will be
rery much injured.
The Unionville Times says, the Spartin
)urg and Union Railroad, under the man
goment of its eflicient, President, Capt. T.
B. Jeter, is doing a fair busing;
md we learn that a sufficient force is now at
work between Shelton and Alston, repair.
ng the damages occasioned by Sherman's
krmy and the freshet. We hope soon to
,ear the entire road is in running order.
At. present passenger trains run tri-weekly,
3onnecting with the Greenville and Colum
The Anderson Intelliqeicer says, reports
iave been received from various sections of
'he 8tate which induce the belief that, this
terrible scourge is alarmingly on the in
rease, anl it behooves every one ine danger
f use precautionary measures against the
isease, should it appear in thlisDistriot.
C HURNS, Buckets, Tubs, &c.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 20'6(-tf No.8. 8Itel Range.
OLLIN'S AXE8, Trace Chains,
H foes, &0
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 20'6.-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
FINE HYSON TEA. Beat Rio
Coffee, Adamantine Candles, Macca.
real and Mixed Pickles. At
KETCHIN, Mo3ASTER & CO'S.
LARGE lot of Cotton Seed on
KETCHIN, MeMASTER & CO.
March 17'66-If ,
P ROSPECTUS or THE
On the first *f January we will commusee
The publicatiou, in she City of Baltimete, of
Tare It'be publiostion of this oharacter'
m6w j S o~ 8uth of New York etty, and
l4 of the *M bie left a lare.
4f'the eo atry with no
be detop4d to
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
VIArSBORO', S. C.
AD- Office. No. 9, Law Range-in rear
of the Court House.
DR. W. 3. AINEN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. 1, BANK IANGE3.
THE ROOM FORMiRLY oCCUPIRi AS Th
"Planter's Bank of Fairfield."
W HERE-can be found all the arti
eles usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs 9nd Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, . . Colognes,
Patent Medicines,'; lidkf. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring Go
Petroleum Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Niil Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles. Soaps, &o.
Cigars which can be recommended.
Some fine old Witte and good Brandy sui.
table in sickness, &c.
Medicines will be compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. S Dispensa
In the present unsetlled slate of prices
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Check Linen for Pants,
White and-Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A spleadid assortment of
Ladies Black and White iats, of the la.
to suit Ladies lists. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. II. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank Range.
NEW BPRING G0D0.
STOLL, WEB1 & 00,,
3ANCROFT% OLD STAND,
287 King &, 3 doors Belowu Wentworth.
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, In lirb,
]esnoh and American, which are o the
most desiable styles the Warkets ean afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for olothing qr for harter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every Inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
Thbis being a busy season with the planter
and be not able to visit the city, orders ac.
ooumpanied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
14. B. Samples1 with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
Wh4Ie Oabgi,.Striped Osnaburgs,
Blate Danim ~Bnenime, Heav Brown
Shirttigs, Fin Sea Island Brown Jr ige,
Bles'olad Shirtin, Bleached and Brown
Shirlin e, 8.4, 0- , 10-4, 12-d Plaid Blue
and Stlpod Dine Hlomespue, Bleehd
awd Brow ' Drills, Black Vehe -
so 01 ag Linenbn
a ll iultIes, a all qqaittop
9oo IJzNtcU~h~u ine
WATCHES, CHAINS, D1IOND RiG3, 6C-,
WORT H over one million dollars I
All to be sold for *me one dollar
eagh, without regard to value I Not to be
paid (or utfill you know what you are to
receive. S lendid list of articleal All to
be sold for 11 eaoh.
250 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $76 to 4800
500 Silver Steri and Urns 60 to 260
600 Solid Silver Tea aets com
plete, 60 to 800
160 iRosewood Musical Boxes,
32 aird, 75 to 260
200 Mahogany Musical Boxe,
24 airs, 50 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches, 76 to 260
250 Ladies' Bnamelled Geld
Watches, 50 to 200
500 Gents' linating filver
Wateics, 86 to 100
600 Open-face Silver Watches, 25 to 60
500 Ivory Opera Glasses, 26 to 000
600 Motherof Pearl Longnettes, 50 to 100
800 Six Barrel Revolvers, 15 to 60
600 Singloand DoubleShooters, 10 to 60
300 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
250 Marble Statues, Busts, At., 60 to 200
250 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 6 to 60
2,000 Gold Vestand Neck Chains, 16 to 30
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 6 to 10
5,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2,000 Chateleno & Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Solitara & Revolving
Brooches, , & to 10
2,000 Lava & Florentine, Brooshes, 4 to 10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral do 4 to 10
6,000 Mosia, Je, & Lava Ear.
drops, 4 to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 9 to 6
6,000 California Diamond Pins, S to 20
6,000 California Cluster Diamond
Ptnp, 8 to 10
8,000 sets Solitare Battows and
Studs, 8 to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &a., I 1 9
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, 3 to 6
6,000 Lockets for 1inatures, & to 19
9,000Gold ToothpicksCrosses, &.., 9 to 8
6,000 plain Gold Rings. 4 to 10
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, 8 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 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
2,500 sets Ladies' Jewelry, mesale, 20 to 20
10,000 dold Pens with 811. held
ere, s to 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold.
ers, $to 12
5,000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 16
6,000 Silver Gublets & Drinking
Cups. 8 to 10
6,000 Silver Castrsk Wine hold
ers, 1 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit A Coke Bas
kets, 20 to 66
Messrs. Parkinson & Co., No. 20S Broad
way, New York, Extensive Manufacturers
and importers of many of ihs leading and
most fashionable styles of Watches and
Jewely, desiring to increase their business
to an unlimited extent, have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subject to the regulations
Certificates naming each article and its
valua, are placed in Sealed B-velopes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address on reieeipt of
All Artieles Sold at One boler fak, without
regard to eslue. 4
On receipt of the certifieat you will see
what yau are go4ag to have, and then it is
at your option to send the dollar and take
the article or not. Purchasers may 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 unoestain
ties. The price of certificates is as fol
lowa i One for.26 1ents; Ave for $1;. eleven
for $2; thirty f-jr $6, with elegant premium;
alit -fve for $10, with bonus; one hundred
for 16, and handsome present to the getter
up of the club.
Ageat wanted vrywhere, to whom spe
cil inducements are offered. Addersi,
PARKIUtBON. & CO., Kmporters,
208 Broadway, Now York.
' jan 20'66-8mo
TWO ABRICULTURAL PAPIBB 901 $!,J0
D. REDM3toD & Wv. 1. ,wrnT3, natTons.
S'TM.BLI8HED in 1843. Volume
.Ii24 Commenced January, 1806.
4ontbly, at $200 per anum
Six Copie for $10, in Advance'
Bent, os trial 6 meaths for $1.00 or three
months for 60 cents' Subeeriptions ca
s nwment with the "MA
R' & Ah1* anothaer excellent Ru
vl Mp1, pauihed- in Baltimore at,
*1.0~ot paers will be sent one-year for
?W tco fosi 16---10 of each for
~tfo* s~bs re in this esse,
M. 1. WSITU,
r 0 t sM
H AVE mado arrangements with I Mr.
J. S. PHILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand; 32 Broad Streec, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for hii from their former
patrons and friends the.same liberal patron
age so generously extended to thersilvei.
EDERTON & RICIARDS
January 29, 1866. .
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
( Succeseors to Edgerton it Richards,)
22 BROAD STRtEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEFPS constantly on hand a full
assortment of the best grades of
French, English and American Cloths, Can
simeres and Vestings, which will be sold
by the yard or made to order, in the latest
All orders for either goods or work prnompt
ly attended to.
T. M BRISTOLL,
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 169 Meeting Streat, corner of flad.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
o104K UrPLUslunD WXELY 3Y STRAMBR.
.M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUNHAM,
A. 8. BROWN.
(EE0.H, WALTER& CG.,
F A C T OR S,
StutraL (I9omlmis0o1 gl'rd)alWo
RORTil ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
aso. n. WALTRA, WM. J. MICCORMACK,
8 R. WALTER,
Branch at Columbia, S. 0.
GEO. 11. WALTER & SON.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co,,
I AVE received a carefully selee d
H Stock of Goods, to*which they invit'
the attention of former patrons of the oil
firm and of the pnblie genorally. 'They
have on band and arm receiving a general
Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats. Sehol
Books, Medicines Soaps and Perfonwrl,
fttty and Window Glass, Tin Ware,
Cooking Stoves, Grocerie,
Hardware, Bagging and
Repe, Brooms and
Asd all other articles usually kept in ceta
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
an Improver of the Land. Superior for
Whleat, Cotton, Corn, &c., &c. Of
Superior Quality and Warranted.
Coasntlg Eleanenats essenia
to time Pr,odates of Grsalsu,
&c., aund Iusmproveanenst
of the Land.
T HS i coadetlyrecommended to
FARERS T BRING LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as good
as any Fertilizer in the Market, and to
bring as good crops. tried sldo by side with e
FOR CORN, COTTO'N. TOBACCO, &C.
--ue a handfull to the hIll when you plant.
When the Uorn and Cotton are well up, put.
anether handful to the hill as a top dIress
in; ndwe the Corn Is about to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to.
4he hlt se a top dressing. In this way the
Fertiliser goes diroetly to the plant, and
the plant gets-all of the beneflt of it. Use
it in thIs way, and the Pbanter can count
on good erops If the weather is at all favor
We guarantee It to prodte'e as good crops
as any other $4rtillser used. UIse 'It in the
the way direwtd; bj the side of Peruvian
Guano, or asy other Fentllset, tw" if it a.
no6 produe, as good a, crop, we will refund
twnt pee nt of the price. Use it In the
warlreed, by the side of Peruvian Guano
f*y s consecuatively on the same
ln.a4if t doesnot'produe more money,
and lev thhs land anbVettep oonditlon: than
Peu nGutano at the end of th'e Bve years
wewM rafhnd- the pur.ohqset twenty per
ejj~eprice for atheyears. Ours
wl,jeeethe laud, an.4 will leave It, bet
$# it foundit0
erms geh - to prombit and re
JA SU Q..GIBBS,
Agei,QplunibIa, S. C,
Fo ari r aI t7o4j
~ ~ Wiansboro', 8, 0