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Sales-Day.-Last Monday was sales
day, but very little in thit line done.
'Two mules were voluntarily disposed of,
on at $125 and the other at $199.75.
the Commissioners of Roads hold a
.neeting, and took soAhe action upon
-mat.ters coming under their jurisdiction.
The Tax-Collector was busy receiving
returna, and greenbacks.
Religious Services may be expected to
omorrow na follows :
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11
,A. M. and 4 P. M.
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, 11
A. M. and 71 P. M.
Episcopal Church, Rov. W. P. Du.
Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Baptist Church,' Rev. A. M. Cart
ledge, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
The Associate bows his most graceful
-nnd grateful acknowledgments to Messrs.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co., for a
very beautiful cake of rich butter. It
conies froin the dairy of Mrs. J. N.
Shedd, and without controversy is the
richest specimen of home prepared but.
tor we have ever seen.
New Adverlisement.-Messrs. Fisher
& Lowrance, of Culumbia, successors to
Fisher & Agnew, oiffr a good selection
of Hardware, Groceries, Dry Goods,
&c. See advertisement.
Wim. C. Dukes & Co., Charleston,
Factors and Commission Merchants.
To Advertisers,-Orders for advertis
ing should be handed in by noon ot
Mondays, Wednivsdays and Fridays, to
secure insertion in the next day's issue.
Civr AUTHOnITY FU,LLY RsoRn.- The
followipg order has just been issued by com
annd of the President. It clearly defines the
extent of military authority, and restores
all the privileges and protection of the law
to all citizens who have bo connection with
with either the army or navy. At length
we breathe freely :
ADJUTANT GNIRRAL's OFFION,
WAsuioToN, May 1, 1806.
(General Orders, No. 26.]
Whress some military commanders are
embarrassed by doubts as to the operalion
o6 the proclamation of the President, dated
the 2d day of April, 1860: upon trials by
military court martials and military com.
missions. To remove such doubts, it is or
dered by the President that
Hereafter, whenever offences committed
by civilians are to be tried where civil tri.
brunals are in existence which can try thenf,
their cases are not authorized to be, and will
not be, brought before military court-mar
lial or commissions. but will be committed to
thu proper civil authorities. This order is
not applicable to camp..followers, as provid.
ed for under the 60th Article of War, or to
contractors and others specifled in section
16. Act of July 17, 1862, and sections 1
and 2, Act of March 2. 1868. Persons and
offences eognizable by the Rules and Arti
cles of War, and by the Acts of Congress
above cited, will be continued , to be tilid
aid punished by military tribunals as pres
cribed by the Rules of Articles of War and
Acts of Congress, hertafter cited, to wit:
Sixtieth qf the Rules and Articles of War.
All autlers and retainers to the camp, and
all persons whatsoever serving with the ar
hies of the United -States in the field,
though not enllstedsoldiers, are to be sub.
jeeted to orders, according to the rules and
discipline of wata
* ** * * * * *
By order of the Scratary of War :
B. Dt. TowNshaxo.
Assistant, Adjutant. General.
,R.thotarrangemenlts foi' the mianufac.
tire, onee more, 'of the best COTTON GINS
eier un' e in this cuatry, are new prepared
to rqqat orders frofa planters and others,
wishittg-to purchase. The lon established
and wll known rep.tatien of lio4's Cot
totGine, we hope 7ill b e a su olent guar.
ranI that the atcle will ge entire'satis
faoho J.M.P BLITT $ CO.
pnay 2a Vpasborp', 8.0C.
PitAs?~ N I*ROHANTR,
NO~ . b53, B1 -
B1STJ8. MUSOOVADO MOL ASSICS
AJ~o. 1 Maekorel in bartels and kite,
C dearR4es lerrings, Prime Lard,
Sp in Nutt Megs.
- t~GLRBTON &C0.,
may 46Gt N. g,Aott1Ban.
Twenty-dollar bills on the "First Nation
al Bank, of Portland, Connecticut," are in
ciroulatiou There is no such bank.
They use a new drink, called "turpentine
punch," now, in some European hospitals.
Tlow tages of fever. It is composed of
two ounces of brandy, eight of boiled wa
ter, one of turpentine, and sugar enough to
In France the law requires that a body
shall be interred within twenty-four hours
after death. It is supposed that under this
provision a good many people have been
buried alive, and a movement Is on foot to
obtain its abrogalign.
Take equal quantities of white lead and
white sand, and as muci oil as will make it
into the consistency of putty. Apply this
to the seams in the roofs of houses, etc. It
will in a few weeks become as hard as
Take soft Prussian blue and oxallo acid
in equal parts, powder themfinely, and add
soft water to bring it to a thin paste. Let
it stand for a few days, then add soft water
to make the desired shade of color, adding
a little gum arabio to prevent it spreading.
In many curious and intelligible ways,
Professor Noebel. says the New York Time,
experimented with the material, and con.
vinced all present. that so far as the condi
tions there presented are concerned. nitro
glycerine is safer to handle and transport
than gun-powder, gun-cotton, or camphene,
while its explosive power is vastly greater.
BIEAUTIFUL.-At a Sabbath school
anniversary in Lcndon, two bright little
girls presented themselves to receive the
prize, one of whom who reetAd one
more verse tha the other, both having
learned several i housand verses of Scrip
ture. The gentleman who presided in.
"And could you not have learned one
verso more and thts kept up with Mar
"Yei, sir," the blushing child replied,
"but I loved Martha and kept back on
"And was there any one of all the
verses you have learned," again inqir
ed the presidint, "that taught you this
"There wa.e, sir ;" she anawered.
blushing still more deeply: "In honor
preferring one another."
FISHER & AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
O FFE R a good selection of
And have just received an assortment of
lbolt lsXClotig, which are offered much
below the prices customary since the close
of the war.
Keep on hand a large supply of Corit,
11say, Outs and Flour, of various
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
RE now receiving Paints and Dye
Stuffs, such as Spanish Brown, Spirits
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Hydraulic
Cement, Extract of Logwood, Burnt Um
ber, Lithage, Madder, Indigo.
The following Groceries: Sugar, Coffee,
Rice, No. 1. Mackerel, Herring, Cooking
Soda, Iniperial and Green Tea of flnest
qualit y, Spices, N. 0 Molasses, Duied Figs,
Quinine, Aqaa Ammonia, Spirit. Nitre.
Sugar of Lead, Sulphate Zinc, Borax,
Alum, Salt Petre, Itch Ointment, Seidlitz
Powders, Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot,'
Phalon's NIght Blooming Cereus, Extraet.
Musk, Brown Windier and ether fine Toilet
Soaps and Bell Cologne.
We are how prepared to f\urnish bills of
Tin Ware to Merchants ~ et anable rete.
may 8'66-t f
P RIME hot of Bahtimore Sides, which
we will sell low for cash, at
BACO V, IIVE RS & CO'S.,
may 66-tI' No. 2, htotel Range.
W E are now pr'paired to furnish
.Merchants and Dealers ge#erally
1ith our OI'. W. will sell to thens at
M(anufkotateus prie. We are the only
parties authorised to sell In tis PistrIet,
and no one can p rocurs the Oil zo.pI
through us. We wili furnish dealere writh
Lmpe, JBurneru, &o,, at wholesale p..w
46'0ott N, 2, JIIetRe
WTITROUT & s4ww -
have b c 4
DR.W. . W: ,
Druggist and Apothecary,
' O. 1, ANKRANGE.
TIl ROOM FORNRLY OCUPIND AS TIM
"Planter's Bank of Fairfield."
W HERE can be found all the arti
ole usually kept In a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, Hdkf. 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 fine old Wine and good Brandy sui
table iN sickness, &c.
Medicines till be compounded or prepared
atrictly in accordance tvith the U. 8 Diopen8a
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Check Linen for I'ats,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black ind White Hats, of the la.
to suit Ladies Hats. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. H. PROPST, Agent.
march 16'60 -tf No. 2, Bank Range.
F INE HYSON TEA. Best Rio
Coffee, Adanautine Candles, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KETC1lIN, MoMASTER & CO'S.
J XTRA FAMILY, Hecker's Self.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
mar 2066--t f No. 8, Ilotel Range.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
WVINNSBORO', S. C.
XW- Office. No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of the Court House.
PirnBNoLooY.-Messrs. Fowler and Wells,
889 Broadway, have just issued a new and
Improved Phrenological Bust, showing the
latest. classification and exact loc.t.ion of the
Organs of the Brain, designed for learners.
All the newly discovered Organs are given.
It is divided so as to show each Organ and
all the groups-Social, Executive, Intellec
tual and Moral-classified. It. is now ex
tensively used in Europe, and is almost the
only one in use here. There are two sizes
-the largest near the size of life-is sold
at $2.00. The smaliar one, which is not
more than six inches high, and may be car
ried in the pocket, is only $1.00. May be
sent by Express, or as freight. Address,
Powler & Wells, 889 Broadway, New York.
TIHE ladles of Winnsboro' aind vicinity,
propose holding a FAIR in 'the Thespian
Hall on ihe 17th and 18th of May next, for
the pnrpose of raising a fund to aid in re
building the EPIscoPAL CHuaog, which
was berni in that Town by Gen. Sherman's
troops In February 186.
The Fair wllt open oti thioidning of the
17th, and continue throughout the following
day and evening. And the publie is ret
speetfully requested to attend.
4ouMb4tjon# of anyfin4 46tet,ut
ep in money, eggs, buItter,4 toy work, or
*jthing airtalatle, atad firem ,ay souroe,
vIU be IIqnkfuly ree.ly4&
NEW. SPRING 00018.
STOLL, WEIS & CO.,
BANCOROF's OLD STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Ameridan, which nre of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishingthe Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, onr
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 city, orders ac
companied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburglis, Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and )3rown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9.4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Bitto
and Stripped Blue Hiomespuus. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qunlities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks nnd 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
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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 Fairfield 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, S. C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEDB, 4
I. C. WALKER,
H AVE imndn arrangements with Mr.
J. S. PHILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 82 Broad Streel, in
all Its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
patrons and friends the anme liberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDUERTON & RICHARDS
January 20, 1860.
J. S. PHILLIrS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Succesors to Edgerton i- Richards,)
32 BIROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
EEPS constantly on hand a full
.. assortment of the beat grades of
French, English and American Cloths, Cas
sirtbres and Vestings. 1*hich will be sold
by the yard or made to order, in the latest
All orders for eit her goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
GEOE H, WALTER & 00.,
Scutral 499mmiseion 1cri4anto
NORTH ATLANTIC WHIARF,r
OHARILESTON, S, C.
cue. H. WALTER, wt.- Jr. MecconssAcKc,
nt n. WALTBn,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. H. WALTER & SON.
Cjorner Queen and (eeinsg Stre.:s,
C HA R LE STO0N, S. C.
T HIS POPULAR AND WELL
KNOWN HOUSE is new fully open
for the reception of vIsitors, having been
refurnished with New and Elegant Furni
tiara throughout; and offers to the traveller
acommodations and conveniences as a First
Class Hotel, not, to be equalled by any North
or South, The patronage of the public is
Rtes of Board per day8 4 O')
"." per month as may be
agreed en. -JOSIPR PUROELL,
feb 24 4. Propriebor.
'lour Dosen Brades Roes.
IWab~ ercussion Caps Table
Cuttbor N11U nkN ,I different
sise TO & 00,
april Ho Btel Range.
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
An Improver of the Land. Supcrior for
W1eat, totton, Corn, ,&c., &c. Of
8uperlor Quality and Warranted.
Colastainl.ig Elelneaits esschotint
to glie Prodslcatost of Girailal,
&c., amsd 1m1pro.veaemial
o't lime Laad.
T IIS s confidently recomniended to
FARMERS TO BRING LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as goud
as any Fertilizer in the Market. and to
bring as good crops. tried side by side with
any, even Peruvian Guano.
FOIL CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a handfull to the hill when you plant.
Who- the torn and Cotton are well up, put
anothe- handful to the hill as a top dress
ing ; and when the Cora is about to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handful to
the hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertili.er goes directly to the plant, and
the plant gets 4ll of the benefit of it. Use
it in this way, and the Planter can count
on godd crops if the weather is at all favor
We guarantee it to prodeco as good crops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
lho way directed. by the ido of Peruvian
Guano, or any other Fertilizer, and if it does
tint. produce 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 five years conbecutively on the same
land, and if it does not produce more money,
and leave the land in better condition tha'
Peruvian Guano at the end of the five years
we will refund the purchaser twenty per
cent of the price for the five years. Ourd
will improve the land, and will leave it bet
ter than It found it.
Liberal terms given to prompt and re
.ANES . GIBBS,
Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For particulars apply to
11. A. GAILLARD,
Winnsboro', S. C.
On the first of January we vill commened
the publication, in the City of Baltimore, of
There is no publication of this cliaracter
now issued South of New York city, an;
the closing of the war has left a large por
tion of the people of the country with no
The Cosmopolite will be devoted to
Soientific Papers and
and we shall number among its contribu
tors some of the first. literary men of thed
South, with otheri from the North and from
London and Iaris.
All matter not original will be carefully
selected from the newest and best of the
English. Frenbh and Germau publications;
and its Editors shall 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 Pectional basis.
We hope.to rmake it the organ of general
literaturealone; and will be uninfluenced
by any party or clique whateer.
It will be mailed to subscribers in any
part. of the country upon receipt of the fol
Single copies one year, $4.00
Five "s " " 18 00
Ten " " 44 88 00
The Cosmopolite will be generally distri.
buted among the MerohAnts and Planters
of the South, and we will add for their in
formation, a few advertisements, at mode
Liberal deductions illI be made f6 book
sellers and newsdenlers.
Newvspapers publishing this prospectus
and sending a niarked copy to the under
signed, will receive a copy of t he magazine.
Address DELEON & CO.,
P. 0. Box, 266 Baltimore, Md.
l'W0 AliRIUULTURIab PAPE~RS PilO O
D). RsDMOWD a WM. N. WHiITE, EDITotte.
]STABLISHWED in 1843. Volume
. J24 nmmenced January. 1860.
Monthly, af, $'2.00 per annum ,
Six Copies for $10. in Advance.
Sent on trial 6 monthv-for $1.00 or three
months for 50 cents' Subscr'Iptions can
eommenoe at any time.
By special arrangement, with thme "MA
RY LAND~ FARMER," naothaer excellent Ru
ral Monthly, published In Baltimore at
$1 60, both papers will be sent one year for
$8.00-six of each for $16-10 of each for
$25-giving each subscriber In this ease,
both papers for $2.50.
Address-, WM. N. 1VIITS,
mar 15'OO Athens, Ga.
Gen. Sup'te OfRco, 0, & B. c.
COLUiMUT, 8. .C., Febrisary, 12, 1866.
T IS Road isn ft!'~ppleted to
J.Ridgeway, and i ti*Ad Freighte.
Trains running s's~p#
Leave Charlotte (ew.IA 1bh
North CarolIit pt' 9O a. am.
Arrive at RI4gwy a :,0 p. s.
190R ak, ms.
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