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WaLei Itemse .
ToWdl Bleetidn.-The election for In.
jendaIR Mhd ftimir Wardenls came off
y,estetiay, and rsulted as follows:
Fdr Intendatit.-Dr. W. E. Aikcn.
)?or Wardens.-L. W. Duval, J.
McEllroy, W. D. Cre:ght, Dr. C. H1.
Ills donor, Judge blover.-This vene
rnblu Jildge, in hIs remarks to the
-rand Jury yesterdy, sanid he had
secn the desolatiotis of War in our sdc
tion, and urged upon them that it be.
catne every man to arid' ill building up
the wasto pinces of oir country. Flo
-spoke of the hopes revived and the con
fidence restored on the part of lawoobid.
mg citizens,'on necount of the re-ostab.
lislimntof civil l'aW. That lithough
the habiav corpis wans still suspended,
and that Martial f is capricious and
fluctiting, yet oftenders of the la'
must not expe-ct to evado the demandsof
justice. H1e instruttod the Jury then
as to its duties.
Whereupon the Solicitor, Mnj. C. b.
M:LToN, called the attention of tile
Grmnd Jury to the unlawfn distilya.
tions of liqixors witilin tfie limits of the
District. lie said he had been Informed
that no less than fifteen distilhries were
in operation in Faift-ld. Ite also read
the last act of the begislature in regard
to lhe distillatio;i of 1iquors. Th Soli.
citor stated that in Spar\anburg five
thousand dollars from violators of the
law had heen received.
The subsequent prest%litmeit of ' the
Grand Jury, which was very short,
enihrnced the ianmes of three persona
who were engaged in utilawful- distilla
t ion of liquors.
The Court adjourned- yesterday.
lied Rock 01l.-By reference .to our
advertising Columns it will be' seen that
Messrs: BAcor, RivI,s & Co., have in
troduiced a w-w hind oFbuirning oil, call.
i-d th Red: Raek OiL.. ,It is offured to.
the piihliu am tIe ceapest light yet. It
i-i certainly ti bitautiftid oil, and benenth
t he burning wiek and Lite .shade of the
limp, it appesars us a crimson globe.
The light it makes is charmiingly clear,
y--t Us soft and a trellow ts a golden
sky. Light is -desirmble, a good light is
more desirable, but a good' cheap light
is most desirible ; and we ndvise those
seeking the last to enll on Mests. B. R.
Messrs. BACOT, RIVERS & Co. have
every thing choice in tie grocery Iiie.
and we take it as an'indication of pros
pority with these worthy adopted cii.
zen merchants, tint. Capt. PIn1n11 BA.
coT has recently been-added to the firm:
We are glad to witness the prosperit.y
and success of our mnerolants.
New A dvertihsements, -'Anetion, by
N. 0. Molasses, by Biacot, Rivers
Hardwa~re, by C.Grvavely of Charles
Td Adrcrtiser,-Orders for advertis
ing allonld be handed in by noon ot
Mondays, Wedneadeys and F::idays, to
secure inser.uonl in thie dtext day's issue.
OHf .A T R )4fcW 0 .---Ent little
cotton offerig4ody. We quot,e at.
20 R22) gold; currency.
N,aw tonK, - 9.Cot ton has
a declinitig ten1,000
balhs at 41 Qents. gho .Ill-on
cotton, 6.16 aie.
BAJT)pBn,. IMarW 2d. .ujjtraj
l~'.ow.'rndes heavy. Wheat
S -orn 0irnt..white, 71:a'72o.,~ yellow 'V0r
Osi edell. Coffee and ride firfn. 'gngar
P ,fie~ actisd And'ateady,
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T EL E GRAPRj.
&AN %NlANiO, Mfrch 27 -Gra
.excitOrlnmut was created at Victuria by
the report of the discovery of a ledge of
well defniled gold-bearing rock of great
richness, fifty feet in width, within fif
temn mires of town.
A shatp shock of earthqiak was re.
contly experienced at Heleana, Montaa.
A regiment of mounted volintiers is
going to' th'b rescuo of the citizens at
Fort Benton,- who are threatened by
The Galveston News says the ac.
counts from planters in various parts of
State are far more favorable to crop
prospects than the most sanginihe anti.
cipated a few weeks ago.
Au:ion I Auction I
W E$HAVE ON CONSIGNMENT
$8,000 worth of,ready-mad* Cloth
ing, which will be sold to-day at .10 per
cent. less.than New York cost and closed
out to-morrow, (Wednesday,) 10 oclook A.
M., at Auction.
april 8'66- 1 IADD BROS,
BARREL genuine Now Orleans
BACOT, RIVERS & Co.
april 3'66-1 No. 2, Hotel Rang.
L,ANTM IS HOES, No. 1. 2, 3,
And Patent Hoes,
jutst received direct from Liverpool. For
.41e low by
62 Est Bay. South of the old Post.-Office,
april '6tI-8 Chrriestonf S. C.
T111HE COPARTNKRIP herelo.
I fore existing under ihe name of 1I.
cot & Rivers, is hereby dissolved by Mutuni,
coisent; either partner will sign In 11 uIia.
tion. 1t. V BAUM r,
0. H. RIVYIEs.
The undersigned have this d,ty associated
them1selves, for the purpose of continuing
tho GROCERY and HA RDWARE -business.
under the name of BACOT, 11-VEIS
Thankful for tho patronage betowed upon
the old firm, they solicit a continnatioh of
the same. They rill endeavor to keep con
stantly on hand a well selocted slock of
Fanily Groceries, which they will sell at
tR. WAINRIG HT BAC01,
WM liaYe been' nlipointted ngents of
Red Rock Oil dbpany,
for this District, and also for the J. G,. & Cc..
PA TENT OIL LAIYP..
We offer for sale this superior Oil at miucht
less titan eiter Pet roleumi or JKerosene.
Call and give It a 4rig.
BACOT, RLVERS & CO.,
mar 81'66-2 No. 2, Hotel Range.
C1HIMNEYS, Wicks and Irrirners,
Jsuitable to Keresene, Petroleum and
Rock Oil. ,For sale,by
BACOT, RlVER8& CO.,
mar 31'64 No. 2 Hotel Range.
A N election will be hield on the first
Monday In April. between the hours
of 10 and 2 o'clock. at the stord of John H.
Propet, for Inteudant and four Wardens, for
the f.own of Winnsboro', fbr the year ending
J.1M. Elliott, J. 8." Stewart and R. S.
Ketchin' have beenapondnnge..
merelhwe'6-2; 'C Clo.
A (1,I~ CONJ SIDES S4houI.
mar90' ~~~. ).~qq4~
ATT oKfEy AT if
SOLICITOR I. EQUfTV,
W 1INNSD6k kg.
AV Office. No. 2, Law Rtange--ini rear
of the Court, House.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning (UinghaIms,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Check Linen tor Pants.
Whlp a$,d Colored Brilliants,
Fina Long. Cloth,
A-spleudid assortment of
Ladies lilhek ind Whte Hats, of the l.
to suk Ladies Hats. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. 11.41ROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bienk Range.
N EW PRNO 000D0.
STOLL, WEBB & Co,
BANROFT'S OLD STAN D,
287 King St., 3 doors Below. lVentworth.
E]", havet now opened a splundid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar, which are of the
most desirablei styles &he markets can afford.
To planters futrishing thie Freedman either
for clothing or for harter with them, our
wholosalo rooms offer every inducemefit.
Plntitlongoods fin %Wervariety, . -
This belnga bitsy..season with the planter
and h6 not. able to visit the city, orders lai.
conpattied with city referenco will ntaot
with proinpt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent't6
any part or the State. Our stock consists
it part of
White Osnaburght. Striped Osnaburg8,
Blue Deninis, Brow Denims, leavy l1roli
Shirtings, Fine Seilaland l1rown Shirtinis,
Bleached SHiirlings, Bleached and lro*n
Shirtings, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Milo
and Stripped Blue flonesp1ns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths. Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dark
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Doniestic Ginghams, Fino
Scotch Ginghanis,- 8pring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored MuMins, in every variety,
Fino French Muslins, White and BIlak
Goods, Farners' Brown 1lis Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together wh.h every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
W1101.1SA t. AND 11FT. It..
411 Doneuile Goods are sold at a very
smiall ndvance on Agents' prices.
WYe wotuld respect fully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchatnts. and the ci'ti
sens generally o'f Fairtield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call .from them
should they visit the city.
STOL L, W EIBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth,
Charlest on, 8. C.
l[. C. STOJLL,- Charlesten,
H1. 0. W ALK EDR,
F 'KETdIN, MeMASTER & CO.
nsvoh 17'66--t f _________
OLL~IN'S AXES, Trace Chains,
DuB08B EGILESTON & CO.,
mar 20'66-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
D). R5DNoND h wi. W.' wuzTu, uDItogg',
SSTABLISHED in 1843. Volume
24 Commenced Januds'., 1888.
Qtnthly, at $2.00 per anumw.
SIx Copies for $i0, in Advanee
~'t&ntal 8 uQath. for $1.00 ee..~
AEnt. lt tihe "A.A
Y L4NDFARMB,Aaother exseflt lei.
vo niby published'.in 'Daito,re at
we will be onyarr
* >'WtI.~.*ffs Ps
DR. W1 . AIoram
Druggist 1-4nd Apotheoahrt
NO. 1, 1BANIC RANGE,
TI ROOM FORMUNLY OCCUPINIV As THI
"Planter's Bank of Fairfield."
W HERE can be found ali the arti.
eies usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs anud Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, lidkf. Extracts,
Paints tnd Oils, Flavoring e.
Pelroleuni Oil, flair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimpeys, Combe,
Tooth and Nail l1rushes, Dye Stufft,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles. Soaps, &a.
Cigars whiell can be recommended,
Some fine old Wine and good Brandy sui
table in sickness, &c.
.4edicinea will be compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. 8 Dispensa
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall soll anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
feb 22'66.-- f
WATCHES, CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &C-,
W OITII over one million dollars I
All to be sold for one one dollar
each, without regard to value! Not to be
paid -or uhtil you knov' what you are to'
receive. S lendid list of aiticles! All te
be sold for 91 eaU)t.
250 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $76 to $800
600 Silvir S&rers and Urns 0 to 250
500 Solid Silver Tea $ets co*
plete, . 60 to 00
160 Rostwood Musleal B6kes,
32 als, 7 to 260
200 Mahogany Jiusisal ioxes,
24 airs, 60 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watehos, 76 to 260
260 Ladies' Enamelled Gold
Watches, - 60 to 200
600 Gents' Hunting Bilver
Watches, 85 to 100
600 Open-fase Silver Watehe#, 26 to 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, 26 to 000
I00 MAother of Pearl Longnette,- 60 to 100
300 Six llarrel Rtevolvers, 16 to 60
600 81hglo and Double Shooters, 10 to 60
800 Elegant O! Paintings, 60 to 100
2-50 Marble Statues, Busts, &'., bO to 200
260 'Diaiond Rings. 60 to 300
&;000 Photo. Albums, all sizew 6 to 60
2,000 Gol Vest and Neck Chaivi, 15 to .80
3,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 5 to 10
6,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 12
2,000 Chatelene & Guard.ChAine 6 to :20
7,000 Solitore & Revolving
. Brooches. 6 to 10
2,000 Lava & Florentine, Broothes, 4 to 10
6,000 Coral, Opal & Emeral do 4-6o 10
6,000 Mosiac, Jet & Leva Ear.
drops, 4 toe 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Hardrops, 9 to' 8
6.000 California Diamond Pins, 8 to 20
5,000 California Cluster Diamond
Ptn, 8 to 10
3,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs, $-te 10
3,000 Gold Thitables, Pencils, &a., I io 8
10,000 Lockots, dquble-glass, 8 to 6
6,000 Lockets for Minat ures, 6 to 19
8,000 Gold TooilipicksCsosses, &e., 8:to 8
5,000 plain oll Ringo.. d.te 10
6,000 ohased Gold lting, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Sign'et Itings, 2 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 3 'to 20'
7.500 sets Ladies' Jewelry jet, V'te 11
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, soral, 8 to )2
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 1
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 te 20
2,600sets Ladies' Jewelry, mosaie, 20 is 20
10,000 t1old Pens with Sil. held
era, 6t. 30
5,000 Gold Penn with Gold hold.
ers, 6 to 12
5,000 Gold Pent 'holders. sup'r, 10 t 16
6,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. 8-t. 10
8,000 Silver Castors & Wine Vi'ld.
er, .15 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit & Coke Bas
ket,, 20. to50
Messrs. Parkinson & Ce., No. 208- Dread
way, New York, Extensive MJanufaeturers
and imiporters of taany of the leading and
most fashionable styles of Watches and
Jewely, dlesiring to increase their business
to an unlimited extent, have'resot,eJi,ulion
a Great Girt Sale, subject to the regulations
Certifleates naming each aditele and its
valua, are placed in Sealed Envelopes and
well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
All Artielea 8.1d at Oe Dellar each, witheut
regard to walue.
On receipt of the eertlineatc you will see
what you are going to have, and then it is
at you! option to send the dollar and take
the article or not. Purobasers may thus
obt ain a Gold Wateh, DIamond Ring or any
set of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar,
and in no case can they get less than one
dollars' worth, as there are 'no uneertdin
ties, The price of eertlicoates is.as fel
Iows: One for 26 cents ; .ve,for '$3; eleten
for $2; thirty-fau4I6,with'elegad~ piemidm;
sixty-lIve for.*10, with bWnus; 'one hne'dred
for-$15,-aud hshdsome pVesent to tile'getter
up of thle els)I
egnt,i ed everyiwhere, to'' whom 'spo
elal Indu4ients are offered. Adderes
?ARKIN8ON, & CO., Imtporters,
2Q8 Broadway, New York.
20'e6rpairs ,n Ti
W are oftat oun tore,
As soawaaI~se w shall s're we
will be rewdy.to AMIIEg egt .iWate, and
do ether work connectdvithd,he basiness.
J AVE ada arrangementswith Mr.
J- S. - PHILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 89 Broad Street, in
all its pnei . as formerly conducted by
sho., and' oli@st fo, l'al fron their former
paSIon and friends Ahe. sene liberal patron.
aes. uenerously eRtended to themselves.
EtoltERTO1t & RICHARDS
January 29, 1800.
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Suceeto*# to gerton it Richaod*,)
32','B*oA 0 9TE ET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
I EPS constantiv on l'and a full
assortment of ;he best' gi0dd,1k of
French, English and American Cloths. Cas
simeres and Vestings, which will' be s'ld
by the yard or made to order, In the latest
All orders for either goods or *ork prompt
ly attended to.
T. M BRSTOLL,
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 169 Metreng Stres., torner of ffoxf.
CHARLESTON1 S. C.
sToCK XEPLENXIsND WEEKLY BY STXA]IIR,
.M. BRISTOLL, C. T. DUNHA M,
A. 8. BROWN.
GEO. He WALTE & C0,,
F A C T O R S.
Otatrt- Commiiston fr ut
NORTH ATLANTIC WARF.
CH A RLESTON, 14, .;
016. 1. wALT., wN. J. )CtGtNACK,
. I. WALTER,
Branch at Cokimbia, S. C.
UEO. I. WALTER & SON.
Ketchin, MoMaster & Oo.,
i AVE received a CRrefully seltted
f Siock of Godds, to which they9hvito
the attention of former patrons of the& old
firm and of the public generally. They
have on hand and are receiving a genoral
Dry Goodp, Clothing, Shoes. Hlats, School
Books, Medicines Soaps and PerfumerY,
Putty and Window Glass. Tin Ware,
Cooking Stojet, Grocerer,
Baydware, Itagi gngi and
Rope, Brpo%* .aid'
And all other articles usifsally kept in coun
TO FARMERS ~
PHOSPHATE OR ftRVILZER,
Ain Improver the w and. Superior for
Wheata Cofinn, dern, &c., &c. of
Sap'efe,r Q'uality and Warranted,
Contmiunhang Eleanesata eseusuin
to Rhoe Producions of Gruan,
&c., and I smprovenuent
of time Lasad.
rpHIS is confidontly recomminendedu to
I FAMERS TO , BRING LAUIGE
CROP8, and we gnarantee it to be as good
as any Ferliliser In the Market, aD to
bring as good crops. tt-led side'by side with
any, even Peruvian' Guano.
FOR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
--Put, a hsandfulli lo the hill when you plant.
Wheth the C;orn and Cetioe pre well up, put,
another handful to the hill as a top dress
ing ; and when' the'Corn Is about to shoot,
and the Cotton tif belf, another handful to
the.hiil'ad a top dy'ensing. In sthis way the
lqvrt)Iaer goes direetly to the plant, and
.the,pl.ant gy,ta all of the benefit of it. Use
it in this way, and the Planter can count
o,goodprvops'If the weather is at all favor.
We gueirahtee It to produoA as good oreps
as any other Fertiliser used. Use it in te
tihe way directed, by the side of Pernvian
Guano, or any other Feriliser, and if it does
noti produde ad good a crop, we will refund
tiv4hty pes' eetit of'the p rice. Useit its the
way directed, by th, side of Pertieian Odano
for'fave years eonse'catlvely- ont the same
land, and If it does not produce imore mohey,
Rpd-lea$e the land an better' eondtien :than
Fernsvian Odenoat the en,pf, tke. ,.ar
we wilt refossd the patroh0et. 4enty' per
eent of thea jsyloe, t Ihe Aye y.er. Ours
will Improve the' Isdasd1eavl~e it bet
toe than it found ippott n o
p~,~IUj Ed d. Ias C.