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Important Business will come up be
fore the Reading Club next Monday
A Bad Foot Bridge.-We would res.
pectfully call the attention of Council
to a dangerous foot bridge across the
side-walk near the store of Messrs.
AMurray & Mundle.
There are also some open wells in
different parts of.tho. towii needing at
The Dieislon of Judge Underwood.
By reference to our column of Current
Events it Avill be soon tat t,he decision
of the Judge has been referred to the
-overnment. It is important as likely
to call forth some high oficial opiniot,
as to the status of the South since the
The Weather.-For the past week end
ing Friday 20th, the thermometer indi.
-cated-Maxitimim 78 degrees, Mini.
mum G5, and Mean 71. degrees.
Saturday the 14th, was the warmest
iay, the mean being 74 degrees, Tues.
-day, 17th, the coolest, the mcan 661
We are indebted to Mr. Armstrong,
at the Drug Store of Dr. Aikon, for these
The Charleston News
Calls attention to an oversight of
ours in not properly crediting to that
paper the article in our issue of the 14th
headed "The Prussian War Cloud,"
NVe thank the News for its lenient judg
ment, and assure it that the omission
wns purely accidental.
By the by, if any of our citizens want
'a first class newspaper, send for the
Charleston News. It is a quarto sheet,
large and only $10,00 a year for the
Religio1s Nerviees may be expected to
morrow as follows :
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, II
A. M. and 71 P. M.
Episcopal Church, Rev. W. P. Du
Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. E.
Boggs, II A. M. and 4 P. M.
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11
A. Mt. and 4 P. M.
In this connection it is gratifying to
state that an encouraging revival is tak
ing place among the congregation wor.
shipping at the Methodist Church.
Board of Realtk.-The limits of our
town are very .small, but a very great
pestilence might find room in them.
Cannot our Council appoint a Board of
Health to examine all the promises, and
report upon their condition ? We
may not perhaps dread the cholera, but
we might have a modified form of that
or some other epidemic by negligence.
There are localities needing. cleansing.
If every proprietor would clean out his
place, anid white-wash his fences, trees
and oi,t-houses, some advnntage would
be gained. If chloride of lime can be
obtained by, the Couancil and sold to the
citizens atecost, it would aid much in
warding off disease.
[jet-it.nat be forgotten by this comn.
munityr that .ia an epidemic, like int ant
eclipse of the sun, though~ a may no0
be in the track of total darkness,' we
oiay still have t,he partial effemns o
its passa ge.
T e Advertiser.- Vrd ere f9r, advertis.
ng should be' hinded in by. moon of
Mondays, :Wednesda's and F'ridays, to
secure zn80rtion ht tjre nexk .day's issue.
5BBLS. IRISH POTATOES.
april 2P'46-f~ -C'0i oa.
SHIVER & BECIHAM,
C9QLUMBIA, S. C.
D.E A lRSep is ry Goods, Boots,
J S hoes ad liats. We invite'our a.
'guaintaoa and the puhhe generally'd
apri .821'8e-, .MI. BCKHAM.
THE ladies of- Winnyboro' and vicinity,
propose holding a FAIR in the Thespian
HIM du Mh6171h'an-1 18th1 ofii'd(, for
the purpose of raising a fund to a4d I to
building the EPISCOPAL'C0 1, C111ch
was burit in that Town b n d. Shtia
troops in February 1805.
The Fair will open on the *eGniq ot the
17th, and continue throughout thi folloingi
day and evening. A'na the' public "W re
spectfully requested to atten4. " .
1Contributions of any kind'whatever,.dll'
er in money, eggs,- butter, 'hucy wotkl or
anything available, and froin aiy sottroe,
Will be thankfully receiye.
Direct to 'Ladies Fair," Winnsboro', S. C.'
Mrs. W. It. RoUnITsolf,
Mrs. L. 0. OAMLAIM,
Mrs. C. L,ID, Committee.
Mrs. WI.LLIA ELLIOTT,
Mr-. ROJT. M. Duloss,l
april 21'66-td ..
rTHE COPARTNERSHIP hereto.
I fore existing under the style of KAY.
VEAL & IIEWETSON, is this day dissolved
by mutuial consent.
KAY, VEAL & HEWETSON,
Architects and Engineers.
April 16, 1866.
KAY & HEWETSON
W ILL attend to business at their
,present otlico. We shall be prepar
ed to receive orders in one week froin now
for further work.
KAY & HEWETSON,
. Architects and Engineers.
1CASK AfLLSOP'S ALE, in pints,
Kege Dutch Herrings.
1 Keg Hazard's Kentucky Powder, apd
Shot of all sizes.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
april 10'60- tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
Tea, Coffee, &c,
CHOICH, Green and Black Ten, Rio
and Java Coffees, drushed, Clarified
and Brown Sugars.
On consignment, a lot of the genuine
Durham Smoking Tobacco which we will
sell very cheap.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
april 17'66-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
BLS. New Orleans and fuscova.
do Molanses, Oysters, Lobsters and
Meats in cans, Pineapple and Duteh Cheeses
and a variety of oiher good things.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
april 17'0-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
GEN'L SUPT'S OFFICE, C. &S. C. It. R.,
Doxo, April 18st, 1866.
T HE Charlotte and South Carolina
TRailroad are now prepared to give
Through Receipts and Forward Freights to
and from Columbia to all points on the line
of Its road at I he following rates, vis:
To Winsboro', 75 cents per 100
To Chester, 1.15 6 4
To Charlotte, 1.60. 4 6
Freights destined for Columbia And points
beyond must, in all cases be pro-paid.
Be sure and mark Through'Freights, care
Rail Road Agent.
april 17'66-7 Superintendent.
Rice and Flour.
PRIME Carolina Rice and' Choice
PLFamily Flou'r, at .
BACOT, RIVERS & CO'S.,
april 17'66-tf No. 2, Hotel lhange.
SMA LL but well selected,.lot of Straw
H ats for ynen and boys, of late styles.
Also, a few fine Felt Hats for men, boys
and children. D. BOOLESTON & CO.
aprIl 14 No. 8, otel Range.
Four Dozen Dtades Hoes.
PTOCICET Knives, Rogers & Wostenholm's
.7 Water Proof Perottssion Caps, Table
Cutlery, Manilla; Rope, Ink, Nails, different
sizes. D. EQOLESTON & CO,
.april 14 No. 8, .Hotel IRange.
B EET SEED, Blean Seed, Sprino
Turnip Seed, Late Cabbage Seed. X
1(JT IN, MgM4SIR & CO..
april 18'8-t f
A LL. proswh'o have bee p.
lag WiThOUT A LICIINsi (B
find it'to ther irmitrest tbreotifet at'han early,
day with the -Board of Cetsuilssiodecb''of
Pisbic Budisgs. Tis applies to-tb9 e%ho
have been indicted, as well as the *ho
havelbeea or nmay bE ilfunfriso 0.'
Se'tof he. hord4.
spell 10'60-.me -'
A. S. DOMLASLA:n
A T TOR fE A' kJA9.
. 2V'.V*#0J0', & ?7.
QW 08|o, 1(9., i,aw ,Raige-194 rea$
of the Coifra lihle.
feb 18'66--6mo. ' * -:.
DR. W. B. A"MMN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
1V 0.,J, Ot N"! A ,E.
THE o irnE 0ditut As TUR
"Planter's Bank of FaIrflelds"
W HERE can be found.all the arti.
uqal 6In to Pru&*ore,
Irugsni h is er dmery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, Hdk. Extracts,
Paiints and Oils, Flavoring es
Petroleum Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimnets, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes,. Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c.
Cigars which can be recommended.
a finc ine an g d r l -
juiersnes 66d-sxpk 'i pe red
8trictly in accordance trith the U. 8 Dipensa
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell apything, in m legitimate line
'a o6tt s I cml bMiel6sewh6Wi.
eb 12 -Att
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 splendid assortment of
Ladies Black and White Hts, of the Is.
to suit Ladies Hats. Allof which we offer
at very low prices.
J. H. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank Range.
march 1068-tf I
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 24P80-tr No. 8, Hotel Range.
P RTME BACON SIDES and Shoul
ders, For. sale low.
DuBOS. EGLESTON & CO.,
march 20'66-if No, 8. Hotel Range.
EXTRA FAMILY T.-cker's Selfi
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 20'66-tf ,o.,8, Hotel Range.
FINE HYSON TEA. Best Rio
F Coffee, Adaniantino Candles, A.acca.
roni and Mixed Pickles. * At
K11T01IN, MoMAPTER & CO's.
Ketchin, McMaster & CJo.E
H1 AVE recoived a carefully selecte4
1.LStock of Goods, to which they invit~
the attention qf former paltrons of the oli
firm and of the public generally, They
havd on hand and are receiving a genet-a)
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, flats, 8'chool
Books, Medicines Soaps and Perfumery,
Putty and Window 0Olass, Tin WVare,
*Rope, Brooms and
And all other articles usually kept in coun
eneral Ulomilson Slerdjants
NORTHl ATLANTIC WilARF,
oHAnR.ESTO 8, C.
Branch at Columbia, 8. CJ.
GEO. 11. WALTER & 80N.
FRENCH GLASSg Putty, Lamj
Back and Petroleum. For saleb
KETCHIN, U.MATmb .4
NEW SM3ING 'GODB.
STOL , .E B q CQ.,
BALnMo W's OLD STAX6,
287 King St., 3S4op"elulow Wn'worth.
W E have no* opened a apkmdid
Stookt t. i3ptingGOoods, English,
French and Av:eri :whiWh are of the
most desirable9t,es arkets can affqrd.
To planters finishlag reedman elt4er
for olotlgpr tor bart#' with them, our
wholesar rpos' offqr eity indue6met.
Plantatn gbods In ieistj variety.
ThIs M a s e sp "tor
altd, he 6 art.s1hcity, ordere av.
conipante4t tp eenemwe wIR meet
. mp6, w lists, aent, to
any Iiart, of the, Stt* . lur stock consipts
an part of
White Osrrs Striped Osnaburgi,
Bluejienims, Bro n b4 s, Heavy Drown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Islafad Brown ShIrfings,
Bleahed Shirtinge, Bleached and .Brown
Shlrtings,.0-4,.9-4, 104 12-4 Plaid ,-Blue
and '8tripped.Blue 1pmespuus, Bleached
and Drown Prills, Black French Dioad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ashalli q4alies, Caticoes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch GingRatihi, Spri'g 'Bilks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers'. Brown Lineu Duck, Farjn
era' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
In our line; which we offer at
. WHOLKSALE AND RTAIL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi
zens generally of Fairheld District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a-call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 3 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, 8. C.
H. C. STOL , Charleston,
H. C. WALKER,
HMAVE made arrangementa with Mr.
4. . PHILLIP to continue the
DILAPE and TAILORING BUSINESS 'at
their old stand, 32 Broad Streei, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, apd *oloiit for him from their former
patrons and fiends the same liberal'patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDU*ERTON & RICHARDS
January 29, 1860.
J. 8. PHILLIPS
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Sucesors to Sdgerton - Richards,)
32 BROAD STrEET,
CHARLW2TON, S. C.
K EEPS constantly on hand a full
assortnient of the best grades of
French, English and American Cloths, Cas.
imeres and Vestings, which will be sold
by the yard or made to order, in the latest
All orders for either goods or work prompt.
ly attended to.
TO: J6&- jA16 I
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
In Improver of the Land. Superlor for
Wheat. Cotton, Corn, &e,, &c, f
Superior Quality and Warranted,
Contauhamg Elemns esseatlal
Stos the Prdutelom of Grams,
4c., amd Isaaprovesmueast
T HI isconidetlyrecommended to
FARMERS c deTly BRING LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as goo'd
asat'an p:lIser ism the Market, and to
bring al good crops, tried side by side with
any, uie6n Pernvian Gnano.
FQ% CON, COTTON, TOBACCO, &C.
--Put a handfla1l to the.hilt yhen you plant.
When the Uorn and Cotton are well up, pnt
.a ther han4(pl to the lull a a top dress
i ian.whenthe Coen is about to shoot,
ah the.Cottop t boll, a.nother handAul to
~til.I' k a top drejsfng. In this way the
PFet Croes 'directly to the plant, an4
tb l&t gets afl o.f the.beneit of it. Use
it In thais way, and the Planter can count
on gpo-erop. if the weather trat all favor
b eguarantee it to proltioe ab god eaps
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
thewaydifreid,y the side of Peruviana
Odh,o n t 'e-iie and it it does
,jot paWhdW at to*d'k e o'p, we wiill tefund
theit per cent ef-the price. Use itin the
*~direqted b) te ddf Peruviana Osno,
fli"AWyb dIo~ eoutl on the *0.ne
IMa,'ui I~.t'Goess poe more money,
and leabbtU lnn th bi -e dotadtton thain
Peusian. Quah 6 the etid of the five years
*. Will W!d 'tae juhser twenty per
eent of thW' fIqbtheliveya'.Or
*Il tMjto9e ad, and 'il lev Ourset
ter than It ocp$ it. w. llse t)t
Li .a1tet'ths gitta to .pvgmpt and re.
Agent, Columbia, O. C,
R. A, GAILLABD,'
maroh f'6--tfW. -t
WATCIES, CHAINS, DIAMOND R.INGS, &w-,
ORgi.,qr 0.n ionto dollrsI
.All to be , sold .foi one one dollar
ea6h, without regaid to vilue. Not to be
paid Jbr nittil ' Mtt~ Wow what you are to
receive. Spleadiar lWt of articles ! All, t,)
be stild for $1 opspb.
260 $olid Silver Dining Sets, $75 to $800
500 8ilv6r Savers and Urns . . 50 to 250
500 Solid lllvor 'fee Sets con
plate, 50 to 800
150 Rmoewood Musioal Boxes,
82 airs, 76 to 250
200 Mah'ogany Musical Boxes,
' 24airs, 560 to 200
260 Gob lIlunthig Watches, 76 to 260
250 Ladies -Enamelled Gold
Watches. 50 to 200
600 Gentsl Ifutiting Silver0
Watches, 86 to 100
600 Open-face Silverr Watches, - 25 to -')
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, , . 25 to. 000
600 Motherof Pearl Longuettes, 50 tot 100
800 six Barrel Revolvers, 16-to 6o
600 Single and Doublq Shooters, 10 to 60
800 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
250 Marble Statues, Busts, &., 60 to !600
250 Diamond Ri)ga, 6 50 to 100
5,000 Photo. Album- 61! sizes 6 to 60
2,000 Gold Vet aid ebik Chain*, 11'to " 80
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, -5 td 10
6,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, .6 to, 12
2.000 Chatelcno& Guard Chains .6 to, 20
7,000 Solitare & Revolvin
Br6bohes; , ' ' -n 1
2,000 Lava & Floront ine, Brooches, 4 to 10
.6,000 Coral, Opal & Emcral do 4 to 10
5,000 Moslac, Jet & Lava Ear.
drops, 4;to 10
7,000 Coral & Emerald Eardrops, 3 to' 8
5,000 California Diamonil Pius, 5 to' 20
6,000 California Clustor Diamond '
Ptne, to .10
8,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs, 8 to 10
8,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &o., 8 to 8
10,000 Lockets, double-glass, . 8 to .6
6,000 Lockets for Minatures, 5 to 19
8,000 0 old Toothpicks Crosses, 4 c., 3 t 8
5,000 plain Gold Rings. 4 to 10
5,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to 10
10,000 Shield & Signet Rings, 3 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.600sels Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to It)
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, onyx, 10 to 15
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,500sets Ladies'Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 Oold Pens with Sil. hold
ers, O to l0
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold
erg, Gto 12
5,000 Gold Pens & holders, sup'r, 10 to 15
5,000 Silver Goblets & Drinking
Cups. 8 to .10
8,000 Silver Castors & Wine held
ers, 15 to 60
2,000 Silver Fruit & Coke Bas
kets, 20 to 60
Messrs. Parkinson & Co., No. 208 Broad
way, New York, Extensive Manunacturers
and importers of many of the leading and
most fashionable styles of Watches and
Jewely, desiring to increase their buttinesi
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 Envelopes and
well mpixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
All Articfes Sold at One Dollar each, withot
regard to valpe.
On receipt of the certificate you will see
what you are going to have, and then it is
at your option to send the dollar and iako
the article or not. Purchasers may thus
obtain a Gold Watch, Dinmond Ring or any
Pet of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar,
and in no case can they get less than one
dollarh' worth, as there are no. uncertain
ties. The prico of certificates 'is as fol
lows: Ono for 25 cents; five for $1: eleven
for $2; thirty for $, with elegant. premium;
sixty-five for $10, with bonus; one hundred
for $15. and handsome present to the get ter
up of the club.
Agent wanted everywhere, to whom ape
cial Inluconents are offered. Adder.s,
, PARKINSON. & CO., Inporters,
208 Broadway, New York.
TIWO AORICUllNiT~LPPTl I-R~~ ~(
80ULTHIERN CULIT VATOR,
p. nmnoND a wM. N. wHtTE,EDITon5.
j STABISflED in 1-843. Volume
.1124 Commenced Jnnuary, .1866.
Monthly, at $2.00jVer sannumn
Six Copies for : $10,ihi A dvanvce
Sept on trial a-months for.$1.00 or three
months, for 60 -cents' Subtcriptfons can
commence at any timne:
1B; apeejal aropgemnout1.w(tli the 'MA..
XtY1%A).@uER," qnother exoellent Ru
ral 1onthly, pubJ1she# in.. Baltimuore at
$1. ,.bothgpapera witlbe sent one year for
~8,0*-s of each fot*$16'-10 of each for
2Wiigeach.subscribes' in this case,
both paprsfor $2.50.
Adter - WM.N. WI1Ii!,
ma15'66 .,. Athens, Ga.
Gen,. Say 'ts Of flee, V. & 8, C.
COLUMBIA', S. C., Feebery,12, 1866,
T HIS Road is now completed to
Bidgeway, and Passenger and Freight
Trains running as below:
Leave Charldtte (on arrival of the
North Carolina train) at 10.00 a. in.
Arrite at Ridgeway at, 8.00 p. a.
Leave Ridgeway at 5.45 a. mn.
Arrive at Charlotte at 2.80 p. m.
mar 10 JAS. AND)RSON, S p't..
~Biiad Stumer Goods.
f4edby - . '' t eciv
arlKETCHIN, MoMA8Tfl & (0;.