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Court -WAc.-The Spriffg .. erm of
the Uourt for Fairfield will hold its sea.
blorl flolWiWg hekt Motiday, His
Ionol, ludge lover, presiding.
Town Election.-The election for an
intendant and four Wardens to admih:
Istor municipal laws and rtgulatlatts for
\he next year, will take place next
Relilous Services To-morrow. - M.
JO. Church, Rev A. G. STACY, 11 A.
-M. and 7. P. M.
Episcopal Church, Rev. W. ?. Do
BosK, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. E.
BoGGS, it A.M. and 4P.M,
Death of Capt. Swaiey.-The many
Ifriends of Captain SWAZET; ote of our
worthy refugee c .izenp, aro pained to
hear of,his death. He died ift Charles
ton a few days since after a vty short
Death of ~lir^~ John WaIker.-Mr&
JoHN WALKrn, a merchant of this
place, died at his residence fsterday of
'Ron, A. . Stephens.-This distin
guished gentlemen arrived in our town
yesterday (Thursday) afternoon from
Georgia on his way to Washington.
.He left Friday morning for Charlotte.
We regret to learn that the health of
this pure patriot is still quite feeble.
Mr. Stephens is going to Washington to
"knock at the door" and inquire into the
prospects of admittance for thd much.
abused, grertly insulted and doWn-trod
den South. May he live to see the day
that will usher his beloved stiity South
into the portals of equal rights under the
Estimate of ,oss by tId War.-It
would be a matter of interest In the fi-o
ture to place upon statistical fecord the
losses sustained by the town dt Winna.
6ro', in the fires of 1865. lstimates
of loss should he based upon the rates of
'value before the war. We hope when
the new Town Council is inaugurated
tuch an estimate will be made offiaially.
The Distritt too suffered so enot.
Mously in the march of Gettral Sher
Inan, that some definite and authoriti.
tive record should be made of the loss ol
-tll kindo, real and personal, horses, cat.
ie, sheep and hogs. Can it be done I
New Adverlletcnts.-Dissolution of
Formation of Copartnership.
Bacot, Rivers & Co.
To Advertilser.--Orders for advertis
ing should be handed It by noon of
'Mondayu, Wednesdays aft Fridays, to
ecure insertion in the nett day's issue.
OOMMI'JR OA L.
CHARLTT;x March 28.-A few bales
,'changed hands to-day at 18a2lto. gold,
and 24a27c.. currency
NKw YORx, March 28.-Cotton
bas rniadysucing tendency, with sales
'9f three thousand bales, at 41 to 42
canto per4. Gold 28.
CuanLtCsTON, March 29.-The market
was firm yesterday, with sales of Up.
land of 200 boles, at 840. per lb. for
iLow MiWdling to 87cc per lb. for Good
Naw OsL3- Myoh 24. -Cotton
'weak and unseti Middling p17t,
Gold 24. S
LouleviLL., Mk les to
day 177 hhdu, of . to a full
prnces for all gr. a orkf 2 Ba
engar Cured Rlama 22o. Flour1B4)t
fine, *7.25. Corn 68 to 74o,W. b
DuDQ85 TON i CO.,
6.4f 8 , tel Rane
A New Orleans paper says: "We had the
pleasure yesterday, of inspectiuig a beauti.
ful set of silver spoons." We believe silver
spoons are scarce there. Of course, Butler
The frettien refuse corn meal for food,
and dematid flotif to Such an extent as to
produce A ditUng iinence on the wheat
TheM'# *as almodt A flbt in New Orleans
occasioned by struggle? fbr a piece of the
rope with which a murderbr was hanged.
The Council of State dt North Carolina,
summoned by Governor Worth'to meet in
Raleigh on the 14th proximo, Is constituted
of the following gentlemen :
Ion. Win. A. Wright, Presideat, New
Hanover; lion. Jesso J. Yates. i[ertford;
lion. Win. Eaton, Jr., Warren: lon. Daniel
Russell, Sr., Brunswick; Hon. 11. A. Lemly,
Foraythe; Hon. Calvin i. Cowie, Wilkes;
Hion. R. F. 8ihiionion, Iredefl.
Two lIddians in Mobile had a quarrel the'
other day when one stabbed the other to
One hundt-ed and sixty-eight cases of
small-pox were reported in the Chattanooga
hospital last week.
In the htN@ five years there have been
fifty-four divources granted in Mobile, and
nine applications dismissed, reconciled and
F. F. Gerrald, a teacher for the Freed
men's Bureau, in Mobile, has been convict
ed of horse stealing and sentenced to five
years in the penitentiary.
A daughter of the late James L. Pettigru
is giving public readings in Washington.
Major DuBos, late of Gen. Beaurogard's
staff, has consented to deliver a course of
lectures in Charleston, on -The Influence of
Woman on Civilization, Manners, Educa
tion and Literature."
Darlington has btbn visitEd with a terri
ble conflagation. Some twenty-five build
ings Were destroyed, among them was the
Court House. Supposed cause-incendiar
Jacksonville, Fla., hac been visited by a
The cholera has made its appearance at
General GrantVids lastled an order direct
ing el Departatent Commanders to with.
draw their troops from all retiled property
and quarter them elsewhere.
Easter Sunday falls this year on the 1st
of April. This circumstance has not occur
red since 1858, and will orly appear twice
in the present century, in 1877 and 1888.
North Carolina Items.
The R!.igh Progress says thE peach and
apricot treea were severely injured by the
cold snap. Also, that a survey has been or
dered to fix r:pon a point of location for a
railroad bridgke across the river at Wilming
In Iredell County the wheat has suffered
injury by top-killing merely, not extending
to root ok germ.
A Board of Trade has been organized at
'Tie SteIke of Soauth Carolina.
IN T113 OMON PLEAs.
Wyn. R. Robertson,
vs ~ .Attachment.
Jno. Adger. J
WjIHEREAP, the Plaintiff did on
VYthe 80th day of March, A. D. 1860
file his declaratio#t against, the Defendant,
who (as it is said) Is absent from and with
out the liolitE off ti is State, and has neither
wife no attorney kaewja within the same;
upon Whom a copy of the said declaration
might be served
It,is therefore Ordered, that the said De
festdant do appear and p lead to the said de
claration on or before the8ist day of Marsh,
A. D, 1887, otherwise final and absolute
judgment. will theta bei given and awarded
for the Plaintif aainstChim. , . ,.
(Clerk's O0fic, i
march 8)'68-1E ily
Aeecion will be held oen.sthe fltat
A MondayI April, betweeta tbh otes
of 30 e ad 2 o'ole& at the store of .h i.
t, for Inte t, and font Waresfr
Wn of Winnsfrro', for the year e4
- . lliott, L, S. Stewart and R. S.
a H. CATH kA
detu' W Ss48oI
mereb NY * 1. RoIst
The Stage. of South Idarulln-a.
Admr. adaliturh of
Mrs. Adeline Mobley Atlachmon
W. H. Ellisott.
W H1 EIREA0 tI'lui htiff did on the
28th day df March, A. D. 1866, file
his declaration against the befendant who.
(as it is said) is absent f0Ut and without
the limits of this State and Ias neither wife
nor attorney kno*n withiti the same updn
whom a copy of thb said dediitation might
It is therefore Ordered,' that fhd laid Db
fendant do appeat and plead to thi maid deb
laration on or before the 81st day bf Marci,
A. D. 1807, othEtwise $nal and absolute
judhment will then .be given and awardd
for the Plaintiff against 11im,
8. B. CLOWNEY, C. C. P.
Cierk's Offibe, 1
Fairfield Diatrict. F
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICKTOR IN EQUITY,
WINNSBORO', & C.
fl7 Office. No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of the Court liouse.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNSj
Fancy and Mourning Gingham@,
a Linen Diaper.
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Cheek Linen for Pants.
Whito and Colored Brillilatd;
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
- Felt JIMU.
Ladies Black and Whit# Hate, of tN6 la.
to suit Ladies Hats. Allof which we offer
at very low prices.
J. It. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank Range.
march 16,66 - tf
NkW bFPi0LI 006.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King M.; 3 doors Below Wentworth.
E have now opened t splendid
'Stock 6f Spring Goods, English,
French and Amnericar, which are of the
most desifable styles the markets 6an afford.
To planters furnishming the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every Ibducement.
Plantation goods in every variet3.
This being a busy season wimt ime planter
and he not able to visit the city; orders ac
compatnied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. 11. Samples,-*ith pricE lists, sent to
arvy part of time Staf6. Our'~ stock consists
an prt of
White Oseaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
B! .3 Deninme, Brown Denims, Ileavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirt.ings, Blcachmed and Brown
Shirtings, 0-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plai't Blue
and Stripped Blae Homespun., BI- ached
and Brown Dris, Black French s road
oloths. Hosiery tdnd Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dana.
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, All qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghahse, 8pring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine Frenclf Muslin., White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Litmen Duck, Faris.
era' Brown Linen Drill., Fancy Drills aid
Together with every variety to be fos*id
in our line; which we offer at
WHIOLESALE AND UETAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agent.' prices.
We wQtuld resp.cf l a.the aitettIn
the Planters, Meoat, and the .111.
sen #f ollo1ai~ ld DistrIct,Wok
adverti4e. 4diit, a
should they visId4
STO BB WiD a 0.,
No4. 287 113* 8L; 84 b~W.ed rth,
II. 0. STOLL, Chst4td,
CBLES WD, e
HI 0. WALER,Ls
DR. W. R ArEXN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. I, NANK ftAN6E,
Tu ROOM FORMIRCLY OCOUAPD AS Til
"Planter's Bank of FaIrflelad"
W HERE can be found all the arti
ch as usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
A cid and 8alts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, Hdkr. Extract,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring -,
Petroleum Oj, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Vanby Atticles. Soaps. &c.
Cigirs which can be recommended.
Some fine old Wine ond good Brandy sul
Wfble in sickness, &ac.
fedicines will be compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. 8 Dispensa
In the present tnsettled state of prices
I shall soll anything in my legitimate like
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
WATCHES, CIAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, klb
VORT" ' over ono million dollar I
All to be sold for one one dollir
each, without regard to value! Not to be
paid :'r until you know what you are to
receive. Splendid list of art icls! All tv
be sold for $1 each.
260 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $76 to $860
600 Silver Savers and Urno 60 to 260
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets eoin
plete, 60 to 300
160 ltosewobd Musisxl l6exes,
32 airs, 4. 76 to 260
200 Mahogany Musical Boxes,
24 airs, 60 tc 200
260 Gold Hunting Watehes, 76 to 260
250 Ladies' Enamehd;d Gold
Watches, 60 to 200
500 Gents' funting 8ilver
Watches, 86 to 100
500 Open-face Silver Watches, 26 16 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, 26 a 00
600 Motherof Pearl Lon'gnotteo, 69 to 190
800 Six Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 60
500 Single and Double Shooters, 169ie 60
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
250 Marble Statues, Busts, AU., 60to 200
250 Dinmond Rings, 60 id 10
5,000 Photo. Albums, all sizs (d r0
2,000 Gold Vest.and Neok Chaiis, 1A to 60
3,000 Gold Oval Band Braselets, 6 tf 10
5,000 Chased Gold Bracelts, 6 t 1Y
2,000 Chateleno & Guard Chains 6 to 20
7,000 Solitare & Refolving
Brooches, 6 to 10
2,000 Lava & Florentine, Brooshes, 4 to 10
5,000 Coral, Opal & Emeril do 4 to 10
6,000 Mosiac, Jet & Ls'a Ear.
drops, 4 to 16
7,000 COrl & Emerald E'ardrope, 1 to 8
6.000 California Diamond Pins, 6 to 20
6,000 California-Oldster Diamond
- In, $ to 10
8,000 sets Solitaro bw(1Es aid .
Studs, i to 10
8,000 Oold Thimbles, fenells, Ac., 8 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, 4 o 6
6,000 Lockots for Minatures, 6 t it
8,000Gold ToothpicksY*r'os*, be:, I' e 8
6,000 plain Gold Ringd, d(6 10
6,000 chased Gold Rifgd 4to 10
10,000 Shield & Sign' RIng's, a to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 8 to 20
7.600sets Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, soral, 8 to 12
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry,onyx, 10 to 16
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,600sets Ladies' Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 Oold Pote with 811. hold- '
era, 6 tb 10
6,000 Gold Pont with Gold hold.
ers, 4 fs 12
6,000 Gold Pens & holders sp'r, 10 U6 1t
6,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. $ to 16
8,000 Silver Casters & Wine hold.
crc. 15 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit A Coke Bas
hots, '20 to 60
Messrs. Parkinson & Ce., No. 208 Broad
way, Now York, Extensive Manufacturors
and importers of many of the loading and
most fashionable styles of Watohos and
Jewely, desiring to increase their business
to an unlimited extent, have resolved upon
a Great Gift Sale, subject to the regulations
Certificates naming. eaolg article and- i'ts;
valua, are placed iA Sealed anveloyes and
well mixed. One of these etrvelopec will be
sent by mail Lo an'y address oil receipt.of
All Af tieles' *id at One Dolla.Heck., vitheu~t
regard to value.
EOn receipt of the ertificate you' will u-ee
what you are going to have, and thbu it is
at your option to send the dollar and take
the article or not. Purchasers may thus'
obtain aGod Watch, Diamond Bing or any
set, of Jewel on our list fot One Dolla',"
and in no ease can tey get lees than one
dollars' woth', s tere are no uncertain
ties. The pri.. pf certifleates ir as fl
lows:. One tdel26 eents; five for $1; eleven
for $2 ; thirt$ J $6, with elegant premium;
siit js' 9~1, with bonus; on. hundre
for S. hndsome present to the getter
*aed.overywhere, to whom spe
ei* eat s are offered. Adders.,
A CO,, Imporers,
.06Bioadway, New York.
i~r~ V~oimpkrpirs t Tin
As s ena l o1 lp.l r~ow
ilb edy to ?1 ilO I sr ~
AVE made arrnngements with Mr.
J. S. ]PHILLIPS to continue the
DRIPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old itand,. 89 Br"d Streei, in
all Its branches, as fortnerfy conducted by
them, and solloit for him froin' their former
patront and friends the samo liberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDUItETON & RICHARDS
January 29, 1866.
J. S. P ILLIPS, -
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Successors to Xd#et(on t Richarde,)
32 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON; Mi C:
't*EMPS constntly oh hand a full
asortmeti of the best . radoe. bf
French, English abd Aniericad i ths, Cas
simeres And Veslings, which 4ill be sold
b7 the yard or made to order, in the latest
All orders for eiiiSi' goods or w6rk proto iN
ly attended to.
T. M BRISTOLL;
Wholesale Dealers iff
N. 169 feeftng ?Iresi jot ie t>f qfaietj
CHARLESTON; S. C:
ITo1 iInPLIs11n w iT) W i 31Y STAtan.
.M. BRISTOLL, C; T. DUNIA'A
A. 8. BRIOWN.
GEO. Ha WALTER & 00.,
F A C T O R S.
(fetral 1oMMiegion eilcrdatb
ITH ITLANTIC WUARF,
OHARLESTON, 8, 0.
fso- f. WAL'2t, * . 1; a con A'bK,
M' i. *A.TW,
iranch at Coluinbia, S. b,
GEO. II. WALTEl & SOs.
Kethin, McMaster & Co.,
H AVE redived a CATerully selected
Stock of Goods' to which they invito'
the attentiop of former patrons of the old
firm and, of the public generally. They
haye on hand aid are receiving a general
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats; School
Books, Medicies Soaps and Perfumery,
Patty *,d Window Gras, Tin Ware,
Cookinir Stoiks, Groceripp;
Vardwi're, agglinj an'1
Roye, VVom's gnt
And all other articles usually kept in co'n.
F 0 R1 D'S*
PROSPHATE OR FERTILIZEl,
in t.mprover of the L and, Superior forV
Wheat, tottonf Corn, &o., e, Of
Superior QuMlity and Warranted,
Containhsug Elenuenuts e'astla?
,p tiie Prodasetonm of Gratas1
&r.,, assd smprovesaen
ef te Lansd.
TFARM ERS TO BRlINO LARGOE
CRO 8S, and we guarantee It t~o be as goe d
als any Fertiliser in the Market., and t&
bring as good crops, tried side 13y side with
~OR CORN C TTON O'BIdACO, &C.
--Put a handfull to the hAl i dhen'you plant.
When the oi'n'abd Cotop'ar'e well up, puat
another handfill'to tiiohill as a top drets
ing ;' add *hen' the Corn is about to shout,
astd-tti.e Cotton t d.boll, another handful to
tbb hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the ptani gets all of thme benefit of it. Use
it fie this *ay, and the Planter oatt eount
o good crops if the weather is at, all feedi
#4 g'uaf'ntee It to prddtioe as good t YdiI
as any otftef Perttliler used. Use it ita the
the way dh'eted, by the side of Pertuvian~
Guano, or any othrFertiliser, and if it does
not produce as good a crop,, we wU.refuid
twenty per cent of the p rice, ait, in' the
way dIrected, by the side of Na lGiiano
fer dive years eonseetivly ("the afme
land, and if it dose not, prodeos mote money,
and leave the land si-be. 9QRdWton than
Peruvian Guea at thg eh othe Avre years
wes1 rilefhbnd thq U~ae twe'aty' per
een; ef the pthe MWtiW* rs? Ours
wil tI ve ttI udan'wileato It'bet
apiuerl tost' o op6~ ad re