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The' Town Coinitil mt- oil Thtrsday
iii -h t. L Tlo C'ntil has made ariange
ments to liave the streets worked.
There are pli,es on everv street. need
11ey hav-j pureliaset a rope to re
TpAhco tile weak one nached 1.0 one of
the Town Clock -eights.
The Council lia4 aithorized ite Mar
shals to rivg tht *trket- bell at ten
o'clock every night, as a warnirig to all
persotis who mty he disposed to disturb
the peace.ol the town "after honr,," as
'well as to remind citiztens that the
"watchmen of the night," keep vigils
t6ver and ubout their homes. No per
uon will be prlvibitel walking the
streets, who bhaves hinmel(.
The Weather for lhe piast week eding
tile 27th inc., has been remarkable for
its constant and strong winds.
Saturlay, 21s4t, was the warmest day,
-neln temperature, 74 degrees.
Tuesday, 24th, the coolest, mean
temperttire, 62 degrees.
The average mean dmiiing the week
67 degree,-cool enough to check, nt.
teriallv, vegetable growth.
Tht-re has been no rain since the
night of 22d.
Reports of a slight. frost on the 24th.
The lGg ' IeloI,-is the
(ltstion now before the people of this
town- Shall these gnadripeds enjoy
the rigIts of citiz-peranmbulation ?
There is no test oath, but one party
wants the negative carried, and give
a;nlVod%- a chance for a toast tet.
Let the Council leave the issue to
.popular sovereignty, and announce the
day for the issuo to be made at the bal.
loth.oX. Don't suppose there's any utse
iii this cAse to wait for an amendment
to the U. S. Coistittution.
Rellgtous iervIces may be expected to
morrow as follows :
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, II
A. M. and 7.} P. M.
Episcoial Church, Rtev. W. P. Dit.
Bose; II A. 1M. and 5 P. M.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. E.
Bogg:,, II A. M. and 4 P. M.
To Atvertisers. -Orders for advertis.
ing -,hotibl be handed inl by noon of
MI oIday V-, w'-di'-sdays ai Frlda.ys, to
SeInrH iln-mrtion iln Ihe next, day's i:nste.
0 0 DIr ME R 0 I A L.
BAT.TM(iou-, A pril 23.-Flour firin
Witi ant ila valncing ltenlil-icy. Whwat
tel,dy. Corn dl and lower. hite,
85 a 87 cents Yell, 83 velts. Oats
heavy at 51) a 55 cfs. Stugr heavy
Ft.)(k onl havd heavv. Seeds inactiv,e.
Provisions duill WikysteadlY.
NEW YORK, A pril 23. -Floitr de.
c*b1-11 firoml i ivo it) 1 ) centits. State,
su; .2I ; S.nol.or, '%!.60 9 10.'.5. W hat
d..chlo.d inwil '111 tol two "I.ltA. Cr
dail :1 8: sk 8f nt, . hec [q,iet. Pork
-towi . 1ar i tirm. \ hi- 1..* ( 1 .
twi aI,l ;it :1 ii ts. Navai 90tor1- <h,ul1.
'iAS'S (')GNA \C' lR.\N l)Y, Ca
X'& .' reniteri. Carni.,, t(1aret. C,ases St.
it i. l Iaret, <breet I un11 IHordeaux. F"or
i Pikles a nd diiaes, P'reserved Fru&its,
* 'NTH'R.\ I' AMNIL[Y FTh()U1H, and
.4 Carolian Weie.
J 00)VAD andNew Orlo:tins
')h*eee, Tlett,, Uott'ees, a). id gars of itl
li F'S, Spades, Shovels, Pockeot
-i. knives.. Table Cotlery, Cape-nter.,
I)RIlM E lot of Bahimpore pidga, wich
twe will shill low, at
t At T, R1ItIIs & CO'si.,
april 2(io-t No 2,. Hotel Itange.
A FiINE~ assort mdh4 4Su~gar.e, (late
inatto)corwistlong of'-th follow.
ing branris: ,Breras.Cjlindradas, Flore Do.
ilite, Ltabrosu. Alfummt, Lofton. ThVose
~sIrinig good Segars will tin well to call a'
BJACOT, IRWE~ltfr & C0. .
~april 26'tI6-f No. 2, Hlotel Jtnne.
A Llt10snpply of lamiiupt, Wicks.
ACimneys and Bltrners, satiable for'
Kerosino, Petrlauus or RIed Rlock 0O1.
2 Batirets of Rod Rok 011 of' a 'vet .
perhor quality, without any very od'ensive
april 20'O-tt M A IMte.Dasgo..
PRO SPEOTUS -
T IllC 1ROPRE'ORS < t6( Tlt.
wimEc.Y 'NPWi intend pu ishing
about thie -iddle of n1ext unth, iay, a
weekly paper to be ent itled
THE FAIRfIlP HERALD.
The Hi.ALD,. according to the dosign d
the publishers, will be a large sheet fille<
with al the Miscellineous matitr usu'ily
found in a first class faruily paper,. such as
Literary Matter and
All interests involving the public welfare
of the District will receive particular atten
The purpos- of the Ptmlishers will be to
identify themselves with the interests of th1e
District, aind they call upon the District to
Identify its(-If with teh interests of the pi
per, and thus by inutual aid to make a pa
per t hat will insure a liberal patronage
basOd upon its own merits.
Ti.:mms, S0.300 a year in advnnce. A dis
count to Clubs. Send in your subscrip
lThe IItAr will be under the Editorial
1MIanagenCt of 11. A. G.AIL.LAID and D. B.
TIE ladics of Winnboro' and vicinity.
propose holding a FAIR in the Thespian
bill. oi t lie 17th an-1 18th of May next, for
i to purpose of raising a fuid to aid in re.
b.iilding the Eviscora. Cutctcu, which
w is burnt in that Town by Gen. Sherman's
trtiops in February 1865
-.The Fair will open on (lie evening of the
lit..'. and continue throughout the following
day and evening. And the public is re
spectf ully requested to attend.
Co.n.ribtilons of any kind whatever, eith
er in m.oney, eggs. butter, fancy work, or
anyth.ing avaIlable. and from any source,
%will be i hankfully received.
Dire.it to * Ladies Fair," Winnsboro', S. C.
Mi,. W. It. R1onEnTsON, .
Mrs. L. C. AILLAR,
Mrs. 1. LADD, Committee.
Mrs. Wl1.1,rAM EA,.LoTT.
Mrs. 11n. M. DulSosr,
T own Council.
THE COUNCIF h-ct inl ent-oriig
I upon t discharge of their ollicial
luties dcsiro to congratulate the citizens of
the Town. upon the restoration of civil law
and order.- Sin ce the cessation of the war,
there has been 1. tile opportunity for tlh ex
ercise of munici- il authority lest it might bo
in dir.et. collision with the milit ary power
to which we hiav beet )e-cessatrily sulb.ect
ed. This havihg 1,edit it. last withdra% it,
we are once more permittd to breathe in a
The tilt-red con(lition of atffirs. however,
will neecessitile cirmspection and cre in
tih exercise ot our) I unctions. In this we
shall conforin a nenr.y as possible to the
law, common sen!e ai-d joislice. nd niih
legal advice. In view of the prevalence of
sit mnly contagious des ,ases, we would Ad.
vise alt citizens to comply with the law in
keeping their premi.tes in a cleanly condi
tion. and the pavements in front of their
J%welling., inl proper repal,'-.*
To ih eliss of' helot'"red popuilation,
toward whom we now hiintl in a very differ
ont A(16cial ri-tion. we advisidly .ny, have
mn oy( to ylie gooid conduct. ' Entde avlt- to
niform to lte uleq. of propriety' it a po.
lihoteps, but epeeiall try to ain *tanin a
it ter for-It i tr te'e and, oiettv.
vii.ec.aily sp futg upl ini ,' o ionne
niity un1le.-'s l:aw andI uorder Ihe presrve..
'The'se ye.u io exptcte.l to e-mtfori.i :. or pa
oforte pa er by the (ouncil, in .fqe
to htogs autIoai onit innoing at largye on th
ag re'its, uad forbhi-dding th dlit' aru . oh
tire-arms- ithi t h e i cotrpora-te li mit o t hietit
tdw. h,le aint thle sdne. nre- hetrchf declareti-.
in llI forc-te, andI t he M'arshalhs dliirceed to
'ti ont S eretoftore '-'ding sIi ionis Ilignters
w ith tihl litnits of1 the town itt lis (inaniti
te than iithtree (3l) ga.llons, tie he'rehv- ennii
tittun1ed aSminat the conidttaitc of the taIte
iinleuss p'roi cotel by licuie- liy order of'
t h- Conil. C I1. LADD), 8ee,
april M4'6t-t. - i
IMPOT ANT TO SHIPPEUs.
(lfN'TL SUPf3<.9PFii-3, d. d C. i. R.
DloKo, April 13st, 18WJ)
rpfl Clitt'ite fttta' Souith Carohina
Lliailroad ni-c niow Itrepar-ed, to gI to
Through ReceIpts andI Forward Freight s o
and fromn Columbia to all poInts on t.Je lipio
of Its road at the following rates, vi; -
To Watonsboro', 75 cents per 100
To Chester, 1.l5 ".,
To Charlot te. . 19 '
Ft plhits destIned for' Colubia aiipolpts
bef6~ must, In'all oasos66 pre.pnlU
Be tt and mark Throug FrI,, r
aprIl 17'8 7 Spef-intpo enJ.
KETdIll,~li MASTER& C's,
march 2itel.4tt 'n , t .
Druggist and Apothecary
NO. 1, BANK tANGE,
THE BOOM NB4iIA o ' PJXP AS Til
"P evi r'airfield."
W HfERE can )e found ail the arti
cles usually kept in a Drug Store,
Uned ZI 0
Patent ledicines, lifktf Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring "
Petroleum Oil, Ilair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Bunhes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles, Soaps. &o.
Cigars which can be recommended.
Slme flne old Wine and good Brandy sui
table in ickneu, &c.
eXedicines wil be coppoiiidtd or pr pared
strictly in aceordani with (he UM j8 Diifiena
In the present unsettled state of priced
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
-NE,W a AUVL
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghnns,
Tweed for len's Suits,
Check~Liie'n for Pants.
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black and White Hats, of the ]A
to suit Ladies Hiats. Allof which we offer
at very low prices.
J. I. PROPST, Agent.
march 16'66 -tf No. 2, Bank Range.
FINe, YSON4 TEA. Best Rio
FA Coffee, AdamtinaOne Candles, Mlacca
roni and Mlixed Pickles. At
KECl IN, McMASTER & CO'S.
.LTUSCOVA DO MOLASSES
DUBOSE CAu; EIESTON*& (,
mar 2 Itlif-if No. 3, Hotel liange.
SNIALL bts well selected lot of Straw
Ifats for Ien and boy*, of late styles.
Also, a few line Felt, Ilats' for imet:,,boys
and children. D. EGG LESTON & CO.
april 14 No y, Hotel Range.
P>RI\l I BACON SIDES and Shoul
der4s, Fma sale low.
Dln)trOSE EGLESTON & CO ,
marcha 20'66l-aV No, 3. Ilotel Range.
I N\'l'l \t:\ A\lILY . Hecker's Self.
ha Ha tE i:0LI.STON & CO.,
maar 2(ru;.-t No. 3, lIoteal Range.
A. S. D.OUG L ASS,
A'5TT O RNEVYA T L AW.
SOLEAC1TOR t.i 1PAQdW'tY,
lIINNS ? 01RO', .R. a.
j )' Oflice. No. 2, Law Ihange-in rear
ot i'e (Cour t lionqo.
SHIVER~ & BEOKHIAM,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
DhEA LERS in Dry Goods, Boots,
LShoees and Hats. We invito our ac
quaantanced~ aIae .pu.bh,i gpnerally to
R. C. ShIVER, W. M. B3ECKHIAM.
NOTIcE TO iT E .
. ling .WITIIOUT A LICENSE, will
find It to their interest, to confer at an early
day with the Board of Commoissioners of
P'ublic Building.. - ThIs applies to th,o; who
have be RVayMlo O 'a61f 41h who
have been or many be infornm jo,
Sec'ty v ni 1ar.
.it-7176 io as
BANuftOP"T'46-LI STAN D,
287 King.t., 3 loors Beloto'Wetworth.
F4Aave now opuned a splendid
.W pf ipg Goods, Englih,
French k n r wr, which are of the
t8ostoeerblN sigtys the matrkets'can,afford.
T6 pfais trbit ing tbe Peedpien either
iVr lothingbr foi ,battet with them, our
whlosale roones 'offer every inducement.
Piantatioh goods We every vaf-iety.
This being :Pt4sy, se"ou wilktlplanter
and ho,pot ,ab e to vjsit thp,gity, orders ac
aoipaited *iih 'ft'y refe1enco will %et
with prompt attetion.
4.,.B. Samples, with price lIsts, sent to
any part of the Stato.' Our stock consists
in part of- -
,W.ite Osniburgih, Striped Osnaburgs,
Blqe Denims, -Brown,Denime, Heavy Brown
Shjrtings, FJoe Sea IelAd Brpwi birtings,
1feabied ihlrtings, bleached and Brown
Sbirtingd, 6:4, 9.4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stri'ppbd .Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Browti DrIlli, Black-French Broad
cloths. Ilosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Thwel Teivelings, Linen Damu
as~fk, all qetaltfis' icbes. nil qualities,
Dress Goods, Domtstic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghiams, Lpring kilkb and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in 6ery variety,
Fine Frqnc)i Nuslins, Wbite and Ulack
doods, Farhiors Brown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown LineWl Drills, Fancy Drills end
Together whih e+ery v;iety to be found
in our. line; which ie offer at
WH011.8A1.?. AND REfT.\IL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advpnco on Agents' prices.
We would respectful)y call tim attention
of the Planters, Merobants., and the citi
zens generally of Fairfield District, to outr
advertisefeit., and solicit'a call frot then
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 3 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C.
It. C. STOLL, Charleston,
H. C. WALK9t,
AVE madinarrongements with Mr.
J. 8 PUILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAIL'QUNG BUSINESS at
their old stand, 32 Elro; d 'St-ee, in
all its branches, as formerly 'con'ducied by
theme *l solidit for Him from their 'former
patrons snd fr4ae the !e hbcral patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDUERITON & RICHARDS
January 29, 1860.
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Successors to Edgerton it Richards,)
32 BROAD TIC EET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
E EPS constatntly on hand a full
K 11ssortmett of the best grades of
French. Etglishl wnd American Cloths, Cas
inieres and Vesirga: which will be sold
by the yard or made t6 order, in t he latest
All orders for either goods or work proript.
ly attended to,.
GEO. H, WALTER & 00.,
FA C T O R S.
ocnerd Commi90101n iecIants
.NORII ATiLANTIC WUllRF,
CHARLBSTON, S, 0.
GEO. ii. WAI.'JitR, wM.t J.MS itMt
Branch at Columbia, 8. C.
GEO. II. WALTER & SON.
Ketchin, lyMaVster & Co.,
VTAVE4 reegived a ca reftuy selected
..' toOk ot Goads, to which they inviun
th e ateution of former patrons of the bld
lirp anpd rg the public generally. They
ha -o on hand and are recolving -a general
~rf iolClqtlyg, jihoes, Hats, School
QuI a.9loInep Soaps and Porfumery,
Ti,y 4 ElVodW. Qlass, Tin-Ware,
, , l 4p , ,#(39y.0p, * Groerids ,
' 11rede Igging and
R9pe,' Broonts and,
A i : tho'den Ware,
A d all other articles sia4y.ltopt In eeetw
- OCKET KniWua ee '& Wdstenholsp's
I.)Tyrnip,Bed4ato Cabbaelleed. A
F 0 R F is
PHOSPIIATE ,R FERTILIZER,
A linpoter! of the Lanti, Superior for
Wheat, Cotton,. Corno &, &e. oi
Slperior Quality and Wartanted.
Contulunltang Elenseats esse,uatla*
to tip Prodsuesiosl of Graial,
&c., tand -saaps'ovmnes,(st
of tie L ando
HIS is confidenily i- ' imended to
T idldS TO H1 LARWE
CHtOPS,'and A -e goaranfee it to beas go (I
as any Fertilizer in 1hQ Market. n'l to
brig an,good crops. ttiqd side by;ide with
any. ovenTeruvian Gtano.
;OR CORNi7, OTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a handfuil to e h'ill when you plant.
When the iorti And Cotton aro well up, put
another handful to thIt hll assa top dress
ing; and en the RtM is abgitt to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to
the ill as a top dressing.- n this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to.1ho plant, and
the plint gets all of tne 16>16fit of it. Use
it. in this way, and the Planter ban celint
*on ghod cr6ps if the weather is all favor
We guarantee it to prodree as good crops
as any (,ther Fertilizer used. Vso It in tho
th)e'i*ny directed. by the side of Peruvian
Guarib, or any other Fertilizr, andkif it does
not. p'oduce as good a crop,-.we will r'fund
twenty 'per cent of the price. Use it in the
way directed, by the side of l'eruvian dInno
for five years consecutively o'n the, "lnme
land, and if it does not produce more iney,
and leave the land in better c:>ndition than
Peruvian Guano at the'end of the live years
we will refund the purchaser tienty per
cent. of the price for the five years. Ours
will improve the land, and will leave it hot
ler thiat it found it.
Liberal terms given to prompt and re..
. JAMES (I. GIBBS,
Agent, Columbii, S. C.
For particulars apply to
It. A. GAILLARD,
Winnsboro', S. C.
RON t.' US -
On the first of January we i 'It coi mmenco
the publicativa, in the City of laltimore, of
LITERAI T MXAGAZILE.
There is no public't iont of thI's character
now issued South of New York city, and
the closing of thowar has left a ]a-go por
tion of the people.of the coutry with no
The Cosmopolite will be devoted to
Scientific Papers and
and we shall number among its contribu
tors some of tho first literary tuen of the
South, with others from the North and from
London and Paris.
All matter not, original will ho earefully
seleateI from the newest na:l best of tilo
English. French and Gcrma, publications;
and its Editors shall spare no effort. or ex
pence, to mnke it rank with the very first
aingat2ines of the counlitry.
As its name imports, we iave established
the Cosmopolito npon no sectional basis.
We hops to make it, the organ or general
literature alone: nnd will be uninfluen.d
by aly party or clique whate%er.
It. will be mailed to subweribers Ju.'ny
part of the eountry uron roccipt -oftflc Fo
Single *9pios one year, 14 00
Fivo is 00
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ThisConopolite will be genernlly distri.
baeld among the Merchants tind Phinl(rs
ofthe South, and we will add for their in.
forniation, a few a#yeitisements. at mode.
Liberal deductions wirf be ninle to hook.
sellers and newad'calers.
Newspapers pulishtig Itis prospectus
and senlding a mint'ked'oopy to the onyder
signed, will receive a copy of the maga ine.
Address DailEON & CO.,
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mir '6A tl'n~ QtA.
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