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Also, Mesrg. Ba't, -Rivee o a.
And Honse ror Rent.
To.Advor11jer, iOrders ir advertis
ing ?otId be handed in by noon of
Mondays, 'ednjlayse mni Fridays, to
)secure insrtion iti the next day'a Aosue.
How TO -06ox SunA.-Thero be
oth s,ys 177i Round Tnble, "who
ould hack a shad to pieces and cook
44le fractions li a frying-pan. The fish
A41idd be split open, carefully clenned,
brod whole on a large gridiron. anl
ititede witk frst butter, mal served
maokiti h T.o cod immite.are needeI.
-except.salt ftid -white pepper, 4er broiied,
shad har.h a savor that mo sRe can im.,
Provt,:. 'ho more insipid codfiash, and
.tljio dri'htt bass may req"ire a dish-of
.AnChovy Or soy to give them zest, but
youtrbroiled hAnd contains within itself
anmbriAial eleamnto which it were treason
to-the pilatet <disgnise:. Some epicu
res prefer the sad baked, and realy, if
t.he stmfling be jadicieusly com-Pomifded
egg, brendc,rnm, loii and thyme,
nd <bifuy ,easoned, ,bied shad is not to
be despised. Tho batrbed boues of the
shadare i1o ol,ly blemiih -but the .man
who wold jorego tie hxury rather
1thn take the trouble to woed .tlem Gilt,
is a heing whom it would bo inem
sycophancy to.call anl indoloitimbecile."
A G-:ou(3.ort I.-Tha Internal
lRevetme Imi-weati rec-i ved the following
vamewld ironclad e.athfrom -a GeorgianI
appointed assistant. a-essorfor One of th-t
-sub districts of that State:
<If the County of-, and
State of Georgia, do soleumly swear tkat
I have never voluntarily bmrne arms
against the United Ft.at.es simce I have
been a citizer thereof, except as.a Cap
Inin in the Confilermtv States army:;
hat I have given no aid, &c., to per.
sons engagedinl IrIImed llostility, except
The prini'ATorn of oath is inter.lin!d
so as to truthlibily set forth ie new
<dlicial's correct sfaus -New nri
A telegraphic dispatchi from AlIany
to one of the 'Wesiliester .papor An.
11uneathat "Mr. 111ruldreilh tas put
his pill through the A ssembly, 1and it ha11
uteasioned iite a lutter." A ,cotuem
m')rary presumes thiat Ihe origitl -dis
patch read . "bill."
WILL attend at
IInnsbare', Monday and WcOnesfllpy, 't1
and 0t0h of May,
Mr. DaWid Milling-'s Friday, 11th, Ma;
Mlr. John MoClly's Tniesday, 15tl
'0ladden'-s Grove, WeIn..sday, -1l .4
E. B. Suber's Friday, 1'70h, -44
Monticetlo Saturdsy, 18th,
Persons who have not made their returns
-Should tome o 'ward promptly and40 so. I
.am authorized not to receivo'NatOonal Bank
Bills in payment of Taxes. Tarx-payers
,intist thurefor-e proo4re United Rtaes .cegal
Tender Noten. br Bills of the .state issued
-under ito -act of 'beccmiber, 85., The
,Mooks will be clo!ed the "0th of June.
1 .. .....JNNGS.. T.
POR SALEm BY
B EST Cognac Br&ndy and Pne
-i Carr.et Clairet.;ln bottles and cases.
LSO St. ,tulfem-laret of our own
.* i m~pm'tation.*ot France.
OFFEE Tea4 Sugars, Family
4~ rto, Whjiskey, Apple Brandy,
'~~a~ r, Sherry and Champagne.
rlA-B U~OITLERY, Carpehier's
LTools lNall# Screws, Taeks, Looki,.
RED 5O diw4h LItsps, Ohim
' eles,8es, Baragra and Wik.
INresentitig thig ticA we .recomn
L.aend it n brnght, sonwi and ohesup.
V ERM C L,aae i''ea
* NG6fSH and Americn P
RI AISTN'$, Prunes and Preeerved
iePeaches, also Bacon, lRice, 0Cr, &o.
' 11EGA'RS, very sutperior just arrived.
Chewlag ad8Rking Tobaeo--Pipes
SHOYES pades, Hoe;, Axes,
epI I t a. ' ,pans, Kettles.,&c.
sh#ooI Otrs, Seives,
Bui . oPlough Linea.
~O * 2,1W i% ~
Naw YORK, April 27..-Cotton has
doelined two (2) to three ()3 'ents Ver
pound. Sales a lo, Gd8.
LovirsviL,m, A pril 24. -Touxtco
Salesof-14p hogRheadR of leaf toincco
at inchanged prices. Flour-Snperfhe,
$7 25. Corn-Mixed, - 730 includifg
sacks. Oats-In bulk 24c. Provisidns
--Mess pork. firm, $26 75 ; bacon shoul..
ders 12jc; clear sides I 6e; prime lard
181. Whiskey-$2 22.
ST. Louis, April 24.-Cotton in de
miand tit 32c. Flour dull and uncharTig.
ed. Grain-Whent active at $157 ;
Milwaukie Club $1 75+ , prime to strict.
ly primie $2 40. .Cho:ce corn declined
to 60 a 72o. Oats at 42-jo. PT-ovigiotn,
-Pork unchanged at 251c, Bacon
clear sidea 16tc. Lard 18t a 19.c
Whiskey firm at $2 20.
NASHVILT.ic, April 25.-COTT,'N
Yesterday morning there was some of.
'fering, and about 30 bales changed
-hasls at 241 to 25c. At noon tefe.
grams wero receivel from New York,
Itringing ii.ws of a decline of one penny
at Liverpool-and an innetive New
York market at Go for middling. No
o.les were made after the reception of
this Ilew" in tlhi4 city. The stock now
onitand in Nashville is estimated at
ROUSE FOR RENT
APPLY BACOT, RIVERS & CC,
'"E PROPRIEiTORS of the Tit.
WEKrKxy Nxws intend publishing
about,the :riddle of next month, May, a
weekLy paper to be ent it led
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD.
he 1TNUALD, according to the design of
tho ,rblishers, will be a large sheet filled
with all the Miscellaneous matter usually
found j & first, class family paper, such as
Literary Matter and
-AR interests involving the publio welfare
O. the District will receive particular atten
The purposa of the Publishers will be to
identify themselves with the interests of the
District, and they call upon the District to
identify itself with the interests of the pa.
pot, and this by mutual aid to make a pa
per that will insure a liberal patronage
bised upon its own merits.
TIas, $3.00 a year in advance. A dis.
count to Clubs. Send in your subscrip
The IFRALn will be under the 'Editorial
management of If. A. GAILLAnD and D. B.
TIiE ladies of Winnsboro' and vicinity,
propose holding a FAIR in the Thespian
Hall on the 17th ani 18th of May next, for
the purpose of raising a fund to aid in re
building the EPISCOPArL OnURcH, which
was burnt In that Town by Gen. Sherman 's
troops in February 1865i
The Fair will open on the evening of the
17th, and continue throughout the following
day and evening. And tihe publio is re
speotfully requested to attend.
Contributions of any kind whatever, eith
or in money, eggs. butter, faney work, or
anything available, and from any souree,
will be thannk fully received.
Direct to "Ladies Fair," Winnsboro', 8. C.
Mirs. W. R. RossaTsox,
Mrs. L. C. GALar,,
Mrs. C. LaDD, Committee.
Mrs. WILLraM Er,LroIT,
Mr's. Roe,. M. DuBloss,J
ZXPORTANT TO SHIPPERS8.
GEN'L SUPT'8 UFFICE, 0. &g.'O. R. R.,
DoKo, April 18el, 1888.
'llE Charlotte and Sotith 'Carolma~
J,Pailr'oad are noiw prepared y te
T1 odhideoipts and For*at'd Frth to
and tao Columbia to all points 0u th .1tne
itaxoad at the followng rfttes, vis:~
' asboro' 76 oedt4 00t~
To- ter,- 18 'e ti
Teo db tte - 1.0 1'
Frel eti for Clublea poIbte
be on flealas4eb wepi
Rail Rad -tgP~~t,ow
Druggist' and Apotheear*,
No. , DAK RANGE.
TH ROOM FOUMBRLY OCOUPIRP As THN
"Plaittek's Bank of Fairfield."
SV IERE chn b found a'] the nrti
sucles usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chem'041s, Perfumery,
Vold a0:1 Sats Colognes,
atent Medicines lldkr. Eitracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring -
Petroleum Oil, ,IIair Brushes,
Lamps and Chinineys, Conbs,
Tooth and Nail Bruhes, Dye 8tuffs,
'Ices, Toilet Plow4er,
Fancy Articles, Soaps, &c.
Cigars which can be recommended.
Some flue old Wne and good Brandy sui
table in sickness, &o.
Jfedicine* feiW be cotepounded or prepared
strictly in a6irdanc. wftA the U. 8 Dispen.a
n the pesent unsettled state of prices
I shall sell itanything in my legitinnte line
as cheap at it can be found elsewhere.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,.
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Ctreck Linen for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliantsf
Fine Long Cloth,
A spiendid assortment of
Ladies Black iind White Hats, of the Ia.
to suit Ladi'es lldts. Aff of which we offer
at. very low prices.
J. f1. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank Rage.
march 16'66 -t
F INE HYS0!i TDA. 11est- Rio
Coffee, Adoimatino Candleti, Mjucca
roni and Mixed PMokles. At
KEi(aIIN, McMASTER & CO'S.
JUST REOEIVEI .
Dul1OSE EGLESTON b CO.,
mar 24'66-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
A SMALL but well selected lot of Straw
lHa's for neon and boys, of late atles.
Also, a few fine Felt Hat for mena, boys
and children. D. EOLESTON & CO.
april 14 No 8, Hotel Range.
P RIMF, BA CON SIDES atrd Shotri
*ders, For sale low.
mac DuOSE.~ EOILESTON & CO.,
marc 2066-t fNo, 3. Hotel Range.
tXTRA FAMILY, Hecker's self.
UuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 20'Ii-t f No. 3, Ilotel Rlatge.
A. S.. DOUGL ASS,
A TT o'RN EVYAT LA W'
soL,scaroR I.1 EQUT,
W%NNSBJORO', S. C.
g&* Office, No.2, Law Range--in redue
of thee Court, House.
SHIVER & BEC1XHAM,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
DA LERS in Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes and Hats. We invrite our so
quamntanees and the publIo generally to
L.S H IVER, W. M. BECSIAM.
NOTICE TO DISgTL.ERS
enaawohav, been i -
W4ITROUT &dICE /5 wi
y i athqJowdof -p~
NEW BPRING GOODS.
STOPL, WEBB & Co.,
BANCROFT's OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
WE have now opened a splendid
Stook of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can affotd.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen eitho
for clothing or for barter *ith them, out
wholesale rooms offer avery inducement.
Plantation good.* in every varety. .
This being a busy season with the plan.or
and he not able to visit the city, orders 4c.
companiod Iith city reference will ntet
with promp attention.
N. D. 1amples, with price lists, sent to
any part & the State. Oe stock consiSts
in part of--.
White 01aburghs. S(eiped Osnaburks,
Blue Denrmas, Brown Denims. favv BroWn
Shirting, Fine Sea Island BroWn kirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
ShIrtin4s, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, JA-4 1laid Blue
a".d Stripped Blue 11isp6 14, Bleached
ond Brown Drills, Blad N!]pHoh Brodd
cloths. Hosiery and Glovs, Irish' Linen by
he piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dana
ask, all qualitles, Calicoei;. nl qualitits;
Dress Goodi, Domestic Ginghams, Fi'o
Scotch Ginghatn, Spring Milks an;.Black
Silks, C616red Auslins, %f,(ve'y -triiy,
Fine Fieh61 ifluslins, i fite and 1lai'k
Goods, Fdrmeiei' Brown Linen Duck, FAr6i
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Tog'her Oh.W every variety to be foudl
in our line; which *e offer at,
WIOLIMAMi AND RETA 11.4
All Domestie Goods are.sold at a yet.
sh'naf advance on Agents' prices.
We would ret(pectfurliy cill th'e attention
of the Planters, lqerchants, a'nd the citi
.ens generally of Fairfield Disrrf&, to bur
advertisement. and solicit a call from them
should they visit tie city.
STOLL, WE'BI& CO.,
i6. 28t King St., 8 doors belo* Wentworth,
Charledton, S. 0.
Ht. C. STOLL, Charleston,
t. C. WALKER,
HJAVE mado ttrrangements with Mr.
LJ. S. PilPLLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 32 Broad Street, in
all its branches, as formerly coftdnoted by
them, and solicit for him fron their former
pattofts and friends the same fib'eral patron
age so getierously extended to themselves.
EDUERTON & RICHARDS
January 29, 1866.
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Steessots to Edgerton # Richards,)
*2 BROAD STRET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TZ-EMPS conmtantit oil hand a full
aissortment of the best grades of
renLI, English and AdVeridan C19ths, Cas
simeres and Vestings. whieh will be sold
by the yard ot ihade to order, in the latest
All orders f' oither'goods 6r *ork prompt
ly attended to.
GE0.. I WALTEk & 00.,
FA C TOR S.
General Eoftlmiftoi* AerdI$ant9
NORTH ATL&NTIC WJlkRF,
CHARLESTON, B, C,
Branoh at Columbia, 8. C.
GEO. 11. W ALT12R & SON.
Ketohin, MoMaster & Co.,
H AVE received a carefulfy selected
Stock of Goods, to *hioh they invite
the attention of former patrons of the old
Arm'n and of the puiblic general?y. They
have on hand and are receiving a general
Good, Clotlilug, Shroes, liftts, School
cks, Meiines Soaps and Perfu:mery,
Putty and Whedow 0Ulass, Tin Ware,
Cooking Stoves, Groceries,
Hardware, Bagging and
Rop#, Broonms and'
And all other articles usually kept in coun
Your Douoz4 Bra4des Hoes.
flOKBTXIna, ges WosleOholm's
.12Watr V~* lon Cap Table
sises. ~ O&40
april14 at fieUng'.
F0 R D'S
An Improver of the Land, Superior for
Wheat, Cotton, Corn, &e, 0e, Of
Superior Quality and Warranted.
Contninisig Eanesvts eaststial
to thle Prodactoll of 4iraIua,
&c., uad Isriproventesst
of tMe Land.
r HIS. is confidetitly recommended to
. FARAWElS TO BRING LARGE
CROP8, and we juarantee it to be as god
as alfy Fertilizer In the Market. and to
bring as good crops. tried side by side *ieh
any, even Peruvian G(u.ano.
IOR CORN, COTJON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a handfull to the hill when you plant,
When the Uorn and Cotton are well up, put
another handful to the I,ill as a top dress
ing; and when the Codr is about to shoot,
and the C6tton to b6ll, tnoti6r handful to
the hill as a top dresing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the' fanit gets all 6f ttie b'en'ft of it. Use
it, in thiu way, amid the Planter can. c9unt
on good crops if the weather is at all favor.
We guaraifce it to prodree as good crops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
the.way directed, by the sido of Peruvian
Otuano, or any other Fertilizer, anti if it does
not pr'difee as good a crop, we will refund
twenty per cent of the price. Use it in the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for fi v years consecu.ively on the wnme
land, and if it does not produce more money,
and leavethe land in better condition than
Peruvian Guano at the end of the live years
we will refund the purch'ser twenty pe
cent. of the price for the five years. Ours
will impro.vo tie land, and will leave it bet
ter than it,found it.
Liberal terms givmit to pron:pt and re
.)A31IES 0. GIIBS,
.%gent, Columbia, S. C.
For particulars aply mo
if. k. GAMLLA RD,
ac-1m-1fnsort', S. C.
On the first of Jamukry we wki cqtm'enco
the publication, in the City of flaltimore, of
LiTERAl VY MAG IZNrE.
There is no piblim.tion of this charaecer
now issued South o' New York city, and
the closing of 'h-h war has left a 'a ge por
tion of time p(ople of tie country with no
rhe Cosmopolito will be devoted to
Scientific Papers and
anti we shall mt.mler aimon-g its contribu
toro some of the first literary men of the
South, with othurs fron the North and from
London and Paris.
All matter not original will bo carefully
selected fron lime newest and hest of the
English, French and Uerman piblications;
and its Editors shiall spare no effort or ex
pense, to make it rank with the very first
magazines of the country.
As its name imports, we have established
the Cosmopolite upon no sectional basif-..
We hope to make it ilho organ of general
literature alone; and will be uninfliuencd'
by any party or cliqme whateer.
It will 1% mailed to subscribers.in any
rt of the sountry upon receipt of the fol
Bingle 99pies one year, $4 00
live . " " 18 00.
Ten " " " . ..8 00
TheCosopolite will le generally' distri
bated among the Merchams and Planters
of the South, and'*e will add for their in
formation, a few advertisemermts, at miode-.
Liberal ded'u'et Ions will be th'ade to book
sellers and newsdemilets.
Newvspapers publishing) this prospectus
and sendinig a'marked copy,..to the uinder..
sigmmed, will receive a' copy of the magazine.
Address DeLEON .& CO.,
P. 0. Boa, 2116 1ialtilliore, Md.
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