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Rev. A. 0. Staefs School.-We omitted
in our itst to call attention to the Card
of Rev., A. G. Stacy in relnt'on to the
"WANrinnsboro' Female Seminary." V .
understand that this Institution iq in in
'Ilourishing condition, and that tle pa
trons are p.eased with its success.
The Weather.- r iw_the wk ending
May 40h, the averlge temperature, 681
28th ut.. wNmmet day--meati 721
4th inst. cooliest-mean 64 degrees.
A "growing" week, as vegetation
'needs a tomperature only of 60 dlegrtes.
Rain yest. r3n.y, 41h.
Religious Hervices may be expected to
morrow as follows :
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betto, 8
M. E. Church, Rer. A. G. Stacy, I I
A M.and 7.1 P. M.
Presbyterian Chutrch, Rev. V. E.
Boggs, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Episcopal Church, Rov. W. P. Dii
Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P M.
Theiile toili ^Iy^,l-TI Fiirfield Dis.
trict Bible Society met Thursday in the
'Methodist Church, Major S. G. BAIK
-j,x President. Very few attended. A
-commmication "'as read from the
American Bible Society in New York,
in which the offer was mado to donate
copies bf the Bible and Testament. as
before the war. The Society on motion
of Mr. R. S. KTcuIN struck out tho
phrase "Confederate States" from the
Constitution. TIh minister appointed
not appearing, there was.no annual ser
inon, as ts usunl, proneho-.
ProicidIngs Of 6ounil-May .3d.
The two petitions relating to tihe ordi
nance prohibiting the running at large
of hogs and goats, were anted upon.
The deciAion of Council is that said ordi
nallce shall be enforced.
Nle&srs Kotchin & McMaster.f.r--nt.
4-d an account, for powder seized ..y the
Council. in 1861. No action token, as
the points involved required further con
A resolution was adopted requiring
Druggists to Fecure license to retail
splirituous liquors, provided that they 1 e
allowed withont it to dispose ot pure
brandy or wine to physicians, or partie*s
<-xClusively for medical ust. or for Sac
New Advertisements.-Ketchin, Mc
Mister & Co.
incot. Rivers & ('o.
To Advertsers. Orders f,r adlvertis.
ing should ho handed in ly noon ot
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, to
secure insertion in the next day's issue.
G O.M M E0 R 0 .1 A L.
Nrw Yonx. May 2.-Cotton firm
with salp of nini hundred b:des at 33
to 34c. per lb. Gold 28.
CusAnt.vs-rox, May 2.-Cotton.-In
the early part of the daty Cotton was inI
fair request,. with sales of aboust .140
bales, oni a bnsis ofE 30c. - for Middlings.
Blu ers have since' withd1ra wn, anid the
market is nowv at a stand. We give no
Gold, quoted at 26, selling at 28.
Sterling no sales.
N. Y.' Eichsnge, preminm to par.
'InMFr lot cEflBaliimore iSidos, wvhichi
we will sell low for cash, at
mnay 5'66..tf .. No;2,''Botel flango.
IJT3! no'w prepared to .ft:nishu
V~ )hI~at.jattd .Dealers generalty
with out OIw W. will sell to thorn ar.
Mantzfacturers pr!hb.eW are 'the only
parrtiles authorized .R1JJzthis DistrIct,
and no one can prooe POe'~il except:
through us. Wow wiB f'wiragrs with
Lamps, Burners, &e.. at wh tices.
may_5'60-tf No._2, H otel ftsl
~Piti aoioo.~---ceas~ owlet and
889 Broadway, have just issued a new a
Improved Phrenological Bunt, showing the
latest classition and exact,Ioeation of the
Organs of the Brain, designed for learners.
Alt the newly'discovered Orgnns are given.
Itis divided,so as to show each Organ and
all the groups.--Sooial, Eaocutive, 1Intellec
tual and Moral-~.oia.16ed. It Is now ex
tensively tsed in Europe, and is almost the
only one in..tpe here. There are.two sizes
:nlr inohsi hi hand may he ear
'fi int she pocket, isu.om -81.00. May be
Re' 6 by Express, or~ as v'eight. Address,
F w eA Wells, 38R Bradway, New York.
A Narwlk, Ct., paper says that, soino
bidy-snatchers dli'g tip tihe body of a
o 0o-1g lady who had bie biirii-d in that
city, anil suc'C'Vde-1 hevo1nd their antivi
pation-4. She had been btirit-d vhil- in
a catelepne fit, ni11l 1poln beilng f-Xposed
tnhe tilght air, aninmtion wag restorerd.
Th rcst rrectionist ,led ntl shep walkrl
hom011. H er pa -t re ts re if od to adm it her,
belivvit,g lor to be a ghost. She t hen
wei to ti iotwe of a young man to
whom shNnF war engagned. Ho took her
ii, mi on Monday tie wero married.
When the matrimonial bliinesis is
brisk. everv yonig imv. o!d na1id, and
vitow, woutid iikt, to take a hanit.
'Ihe Government may tax our namlch.
es bu11t, wo cliallengo tihe world to niatch
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
R"E now receiving Paini intnd Dye
Stuff. such as Spanish Brown, Spir'is
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Line, Hydraulic
Conent. Extract of Logwood, Burnt Um
ber, Litlnge, Madder, Indigo
The following Groceries: Sugar, Coflee,
Rice, No. 1. 'Mackerel, Herritig, Cooking
Sodn, Imperial and Green Tea of finest
gunlity, Spices, N. 0 Molusses, Dried Figs,
Sal Eratus, Candles.
Quinine, Alan Atnnonia, Spirits Nitre,
Sugar of Lend, Su1plipnto Zinc, Borax,
Alim,. Salt Petro. Itch Ointment, Scidlitz
Powders. Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot.
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Extract
Musk, Brown Windsor and other fine Toilet
Soups and Bell Cologne.
We are how prepared to furnish bills of
Tin Ware to Merchants on reasonable rates.
inay 8't--t _
WILL attend at
Winnsboro', Monday and Wednesday, 7th
and 9th of may,
Mr..Davidi Hilling's Friday. 11th, May:
Mr. John McCully's Tueslay, 15th
Gladden's Grove, Wednesday, 16th a
E. B. Suber's Friday, 17th,
Monticello Satirdy, 18th,
Persons who have not. mado their returns
slnould (omn io'wnrnl promitly and do so. I
am authorized not to receive NatVonal Bank
Bills in pa meit of Taxes. Tax-payers
must therefore prOciiro United States Legal
Tender Notes.. or Bills of the State issued
under the not of December, 1865. The
Books .ill be closed tho 30t h of .June.
1U. II. JENNINGS, T. C.
PRO PE OTUS
T H1PROPRIETORS of the Tnt
WscEci,y Nyws intend publishing
)about the r iddle of next month, May, a
weekly paper to be entitled
THE FAIRFIELD HERAL,D.
The IiEnaLD,,nec ording to the design 01
tie publishrs, will be a large sheet tillei
witi all tihe Miscellanoonls mnatter tsially
found in a first class family paper, such as
Literary Mlatter and
All int erests involving t he public welfare
of the District will receivo particular atten
The purposa of the Puotllehnors will be fe
identify thnemselves,with the interests of tIhe
D)istriet, and theiy call upon the District tc
Identify Itself' with the Interests of the pa.
pern ande thnus by mututal aid to make a pa
per that wnll Insuro a liberal patronage
based upon its own merits.
Trants, $8.00 a year in advance. A dlls
eout4t to Clubs. Send in your stubscrip
The lisnn'an will be under the Editorial
mnanagetment of 1I. A.0 Ga:LLano and D. B.
TIlE ladies of Winneboro' and viqinity,
propose holdIng a FAIRII n tIhe Thespian
Flail en thne 17th andl 18th of May next, .for
thburpose of risingA a ud oad in re.
butiing he rascrALOttonen, wiloh
mi~s btynt. in that Town by Gen. Shermatn's
* in February 1865
.: Fair will open on the evenintg o fthe
4.gontioue throughout the following
da iveu~ ag. AMid the public ia' we.
speat x nested t~o attewnd.
Con paseof atiy kihd'wbadw.e :ith
er in- 'dggy, buttef, fanj or ow
anythirn asl, ad fros* sy
will bet tytolygdt
Direct to. ~a
Mrs. L. ' p
Mrs. 0. 5 ,~ '
DA, W. AhZ'A N,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. I, BANK RANGE.
TnH ROOM FOBM1I,1T OCCUPIsD AS TH9
"Planter's Bank of FaIrfleld."
W ERF, can be found al the arti.
cles usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, lldkr. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring "
Petroleum Oil. Hair Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles, Soaps. &c.
Cigars which can be recommended.
Some fino old Wine and good Brandy sul
table in sickness, &c.
Medicines will be compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. 3 Dispesa
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
P.LAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghiams,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Check Linen for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black ind White Hats, of the ia.
to suit Ladies Hats. Allof which we offer
at very low prices.
J. H. PROPST, Agent.
c t No. 2, Bank Range.
F INE 1HYSON TEA. .Best Rio
Coffee, Adamantine Candles, Macoa.
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KETCHImN, MOMASTER .& CO'S.
DuBOSE EGIFESTON &.CO.,
mar 24'-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
A SMALL but well selected lot of Straw
lia's for men and boys, of late styles.
Also, a few fine Felt lats for men, boys
and children. D. EGGLESTON & CO.
april 14 No. 8, Hotel Range.
p!RIM E BACON SI)ES and Shoul
ders, For sale low.
DuBOSE~ EUL ESTON & CO ,
march 20'06j-tf No, 8. Hotel Range.
EXTRA FAMILY, Hecker's Self.
DuIBOSE EGLE8TON & CO.,
mar 20'68-f No. 8, Ilotel Ring.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ININSBORO', . O'..
Wg" Office. No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of thes Court lieus.
NOTIOE TO DISTILLERS.
A LL persons who have been Diei-.
.. lng WITHOUT A LI0CB,~ will
flad it to themy inter ettoter- ato. early
day with the Board of Commi*ioers of
Public BSWs.. This applies to the who
have been indioted, as well a. these who
have been. orImay be infr~e
ap 1 10 66-1.mo
NEW SPRING GOODS.
CHARLFMON HO USE,
STOLL. WEBB & 00.,
BANCROFT4S OLD STAND,
287 King &., 3 door. Balow Winworth.
E have now opetred X splendid
Stock of Spring goods, English,
Frenohband American, whieh are of the
most desirable styles theinarkets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them. our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the.c.ity, orders ac
companied with city refer6nce will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lMW#, sent to
any-part of the State. Our stock c6Usists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnabdrgs,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Ifeavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Bide
and Stripped Blue Homespons. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black FrFnch Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes. all qualities,
Dress Goods, Diomestic Ginghams, Fino
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, In every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLEBALE AND RETAIL.
All Dome'stio 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 Fairhold District, to our
advertisement. and solicit a call fron them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St.., 3 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
H. C. WALKER,
H AVE made arrangements with Mr.
J. S. PHILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 32 Broad Stree, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
patrons and friends thd same liberal patron.
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDt,ERTON & RICHARDS
January 29, 1866.
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILO R
(Succesors to Edgerton d- Richard#,)
32 B*OAD STR EET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
K EEPS constantly on hand a full
. assortment of the best grades of
French, English and .American Cloths, Cas
simeres and Vestings. which will be sold
by the yard or made to order, In the latest
All orders for either goods orwork prompt
ly attended to.
GE.. H, WALTER & 00.,
F A C T O R S.
6turaL CJontssion ?fHerdynats
NORTh ATLaANTIC WHARF,
030. H, WAL.TER, -w. J. McconM~Acie,
U Rt. WALTER,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. HI. WALTER & SON.
Corner Queen, and Meeting Streets,
CHAELESTON, S. C.
TH~I POEU AND WELL
refernished with New and Elegant Furni
ttur througkout; and offers to the traveller
aoqnaUoas and convenlenees as a First
Class Not,), nos to be equalled byf any ?forth
or South. Tfhe patrenage of the publio is
Res of'or4 per day, $4 0J
per month as a be
speed os. 00OB$W PUIRC0L,
feb $4'66-~ Propriete.
lou 1F U rades Hoes,
a ##gers &.Wetenholm's
esrasson Opa Table
e otel Ran 0,
PMOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
in Improver of the Lond., Superior for
Wheut, Cotion, Corli, &0., &C. Of
Superior Quality and Warrittd.
Co1stasalfltg Eli 11n1411t- eaesti I
to the Prodletts2 of ra5i30s,
&c., and BI Iscprovensen t
of the 1hjncd.
'IS is conf(ieokly recommended to
FARMERS TO BINO LARG1
DIIOPS, and wo guarantee it. to be at go: d
is any Fertilizer in the Market. ial to
bring as good crops. tried side by side with
iny, evein Peruvinn Guano.
FOIL CORN, COTTON. TOBIACCO, &C.
-Put, a handfull to th6 hill when you plant.
When the torn, and Cotton are well up, put.
another handful to the hill as a top dress
ing ; and when the Corn is about to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to
the hill as a top dressing. In this uny tho
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the plant gtts all of tne benefit of it. Uso
it. in this way, and the Plantr eran count.
on good crops if the wyeather is at all favor
We guaranteo it to Irodiee as good crops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
the way directed, by the side of Peruvinn
Guano, or any other Fertilizer. and if it does
not produce as good a crop, we will refund
twenty per cent of the price. Us(! it in the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for five years consect.ively on the stite
land, and if it. docs not produce more money,
and leave the land in bet ter wa-.it ion than
Peruvian Guano at the end of the five years
we will ref'und the purcascer twenty per
cent of the price for the five years. Ours
will improve the land, and will leave it bet
ter than it found it.
Liberal terms given to prompt and re
sponsible parties. prompt an rB -
JAMES 0. GIBBUS,
Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For particnlrs apply to
march 1'G-It Witansboro', S. C.
P .ROSU.TUS OlVTJlT,
On the first of January wo will commenco
the publication, in the City of altimnore, of
There is no publication of this eharacter
now issued South of Now York eity, an.l
the closing of the war lias left a 's -e por.
tion of the people ot the comary with no
The Cosmopolite will be devoted to
Scientific Papers and
and we shall number among its cent ribt
tors some of the first literary man of t ha
South, with others from the North an froia
London and Paris.
All matter not original will bo carefully
selected front the newest and best of the
Englioh, French anl Gernat, publications;
and its Editors shall spare no effort op ex
pense, to make it rank wit h tle very firsti
magazines of the country.
As Its name imports, we have established
the Cosmopolite upon no sectional basis.
We hope to make it the organ of general.
literaturealone; ntd will be uninfluetiocd
by'any party or clique wlhjat,e er.
It will he mailed to subscribers in any
part of the country up.Gn receipt of thtofol.
Single copies one year, $4 00
Five 66 6" 18 00
Ten " " 88 00
The Cosmopolite will be generally distri
buted among the Merchants and Planter-s
of the South, and we will add for their in
formnatios, a few advertisetments, at mode.
Liberal deduct inns will be made to book
sellers aund newvsdeasleri.
Newspapers putblishing this prospectus
and sendIng a narkead copy to the under
signed, will receive a co)py of the magazine.
Address Dr.LEON & CO.,
P. 0. Iloz, 266O Baltimore, Md.
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Six Copies for $10. in Advance.
Sent on trial 0 m6nths fd1' $1 .00,or- thbree
months~ for 60 cents- Subscriptions can
eommenoe at any time.
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