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Another Garrhon.--Ot 8atmrday last
the cars froin Chesta brought, down
0. "K," Ath !its'. Y. V. to re.garri.
bon Winsbhot-o.
Oapt. Spiir is in command. The
bompany iave pitched their tents in the
g"rove ih the rear of tie Presbyterian
We .congratilate our citizens on tie
fact that Capt. Spear's company has
been in tie service live years. and there,
fore are better disposed towards the peo
pie of the South than t,hose initen in
war ien who never having fought. for
their section - when fighting was the
fashion, are disposed to prato and bliis
ter on battle thems and conquest sitt
jects when the snell of gin powder has
cea.sed to titint the air.
Capt. Spear is ordered first to receive
returns and mAke a report of all tho des
tititte in thl District, both white and
-colored. W e hope all the oitizens of the
District will promptly aid the Captain
in this duty. lie is not. aware himself
-of the object in view *>y the war de
partuent who orders this report.
Ti-e Captain -nys he will interfere
with no civil or municipal arrangement.
fir the preservntion of order, but will
-onlz take cognizance of inatti-rs invoi.
ing the interest of the freedmen.
\V'e believe from oir interview with
Capt. Spent that i- is not one of those
who "snuiff tresoni on tie (innagined to
be) tniinted breezi," from every prel.y
social disorder.
ind finally. wet urge upon those bet.
ter educated and more iinluiential colored
men, sonic of whom subscribe to this
-paper, to ulviso and caution ,tbo impri.
dent among their titnber to give nio
ennse for military nterferenee. Ve as
n cominitiity, both wvhite and colored
have been git.ming along remairkably
well ever since tihe hist grrison left nQ.
And W'v! hopm1 tie white population wili
maintain tieir tilready noted repeuation
ns law abidling p"ople.
. Agai we express our hop that
-every on will aid Capt. Spear in get
fing up his repnr!.
Ladies Filr. -We are r'quested by
1hu Commnittee of Ladies of thi fair to
pibli.-h tie followiing no'ice.
The Ladios Fair will open on Thurs.
day evening, r.t half past 7 WO'lock, andm11
on Friday, at. It o'cloe'C, and continue
throughout, tine day and evening.
The following genthmen are reqnest.
ed to.net as Mitnagrs :
Gen1. Bration, Mr. Win. Elliott, G.
N. Reynolds. Capt. Rivers, P. Ba(141,
Dr. Aiken. Dr. Lad, H. A. Gailhilrd,
Wi. M. Dwight, R. M. DuBose, Dr.
Robertson.
New AdVertsenents.-Cotton Gins, J.
W. Elliott & Co.
CasF in Equity.
Saw and Grist Mill, J. R. Cook and
J. G. Sciorb near Ridgnwny.
To Advertisers,--orders for advertis.
ing shopid ihe hnanded in by noon of
Mondays, WVedunesdanya anid Fridays, to
secure insortion inn then next day's issue.
SAW AND GRIST MILL.
IAE hav'e in operation one MILL
fT our miles eatof Ridgeway, andi have
*a ilarge lot ofiLumber' on hand. Diills can be
left with L.. W. Duvall & t,o., WVlnnsboro',
orient no' usat l(Idgeway. Lumber for
Gia'-iheels oh han<i
J. R. COOK & J. G. SCHOR B.
;$1HCAROLINA,
'- A Fz I'3J DISTRI;T,
IN EQUITY
.if,V ook andi Wife, 11
J.a. rOwn, Aedeotnn
-Discovory
andI
I spaigt e ion of tine
.L. 'thaisiner that I Owens,
-one of the Defendante iii the", ed
osse. resideS beyond the linftt ,
a tu esse, obertson en~1
f ree,that thne said Defendanta
pleAd, answer or- demur to the Bill1 of ghoat
pla'it filed lh ibis case, witn three, mest1's
~from~ ttii pubiieAiion -heteof, or the seine
wrill be orderedpro confes agalis*t himn.
SA AC JR. AIBA NS,
Corn. in Eiquity.
:sjbimalb
-Da .Z.AZEEN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. 2, BANK RANGE.
THE nOOM rORMNRELY OOCUPIED As T118
"Pands? aAN of Fairfield.'
W HERE can be found all the arti.
csolo usually kept in a Drug Store,.
such as
Dru a And 0 malos, Perfumery,
Ak ad 8 e* Colognes,
latent M'edioUree, H*dkf. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring "
Petroleun Oil, Hair Brushes,
Lamps an1d'ohiinneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles. Soaps, &e.
Cigars which can- be recommended,
Some fine old Wine and good Brandy sul
table in sickness, &c.
-Medicines will be compounded or prepared
strictly in aceprdance with the U. 8 Dipenea
tory.
In the present unsettled state of prices
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
feb. 22'06-tf
NEW ARRIVAL
OF
SPRING GOODS,
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Minen Diaper,
Tweed for- Men's Suits,
Check Linen for Pants,
White-and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
Cottonade,
Plain Linen,
- isen Drill.
Linen Duck,
Jaconet and
8*WsI Muslin,
ALSO
A splendid assortment of
Men's
and
Boys
B31ack
and
Colored
Felt. lists.
Ladies Black tnd White Hats, of the It.
test styles.
Ribbons
and
Flowers
to suit Ladies Hats. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. It. PROPST, Agent.
No. 2, Bank flange,
march 16'66 -tf
Choioe Tea.
F IN0 HYSON T;A.. Beat Rio
Coffee, Adamantine Candle*, Macon
rwniand Mixed Pickles. At
KTCiIN, MoMASTER & t -'8-,
march e7'66;-tf
Flour, Flour.
'XTRA FAMILY, flecker's Self.
. Haising.
DuBIOSE EGLESTON & Co.,
mar 20'6-tf No. 8,. lotel Range.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
A TTr ItNUY A T L A W
AN I
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
WINNSBI&otr, S. C.
SO- Office. No. 2, Law Range-.in rmsr
of tile Court House..
feb 13'66-Uno.
Pt unBo.o.-Messrs. Fowler and Wells,
8H9 Broadway, huave just issued a new and
improved Phroenological Biust, showIng the
lntest olassitication nnd exact loos.tionu of the
Organs of the Brain, d, signed for learners.
All the newly discovered Organs are givon.
It is divided Co as to show each Or n~a and
all the groups-ocial, Executive, Intellac
toal and Moral-classified. It Is now ex
tensively used in Europe, and is almost the
only one in use here. There are two siss
-the largest near the size of lIfe-is sold
at $2.00. The smaller one, which is not
mnore than six Inches high and may be car
ried in the pocket, is ony $1,0(1 May be
sent, by Express, or as freiht. Aiddr,,
Fowler & Wells, 889 Broadway, New York.
LADIES TAIR,.
TillR ladies of Wiuinsboro' amnd vieisity,
propose holding a VMAR in the "Rheapian
Hall on the 17th and 18th of M%ay next, fbr
the purpose of raising a fund to aid in re
building the EPISCOPALe CHUci, Whieh
was burnt in that Town by Gen. Sherman's
troops in February 1886.
The Pair will open on the evening of the
17th, an'd continue throughout the following
day and'hentaS& A:th ab. 9blio Is ris
speotfully requested to attend,
Contributions of any kind whatever, .a
et in muoney, eggs, butttt fanuy work, or
pyhigRaa btg fd Ig s uree,
*1ifb thanVfl[~yrqved, :
Direst to "Ladies Vei,.W1Mb.r' I ,0,
-NF PRING GOODS.
~T GOODS
CIALSTOX HOUSE,
.1Ls.W2BB & 00.,
3ANVUOTV6 OLD STAND,
287 Ki'ng A., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
E. have now opened a splendid
Stook. of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar., which are of the
most desitable styles the markets can afford.
To planters fdrnishibg- the Freednen either
for clothing or for batter with them, our
wholesale rooms- d4r every inducement.
Plantation goods in #vry variery.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit, the oity, orders ac.
companied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any.port of the State. Ow stook consists
in part of
White Oanabarghs, Striped' Oab*urgs,
Blue Denim., Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fino Sea Island,Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-, 12.4 Plaid' Blue
and Stripped Blue Momespuns, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths. Hosiery and Gloves; Irieb Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dan
ask, all qualities, Calicoes. all qualities,
Dress Goodi, Domestic Olin1rhams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silk, Colored Muslins, bo every variety,
Fine French Muslitis, White and Black
Goods, Farniqrs' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen D-ills, tancy 1-ills and
Cottonades.
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND RETA M..
All'Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agerds' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants. and the ciii.
zens generally of Fairfield Vietrioq! to our
advertisement. and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St.., 8 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C.
It C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB,
I. C. WALKER.
jan 18'6-lyr
THE SUBSCRIBERS
H TAVE mado arran ements with Mr.
. J. 8. PIILLIPS to continue the
DRAPER and TAILOtING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 32 Broad Streel, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
patrons and friends the same hberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDUERTON & RICHARDS
January 29, 186.
j. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Successors to Ndgerlon t Richardi,)
2 3BROA D STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
- EPS-sonatantlv on hand a full
assortment of the best grades of
French, English,and American Cloths. Cas
aimeres and Vestings, which will be sold
by the yard or made to- order, in the latest
Fashions.
All orders for either goods or work prompt.
ly attended to.
feb 24'60-Bmo
GE. H, WALTER.A 0.,
FA C T O R S.
Stutral 4owmtslon , errliut.
ANID
FORWARDING AGENTS.
NlBBTHf ?TL*NTIC WHIF,P
'OH A RLBSTON, 8, 0,
0ao. n. wAL,TUR, WM. J. Ne6Ot5AcK%
U i. wAh?TEM
Braneh at Columbia, 8. C.
QEO. II. W ALTEIR & SON.
mareh 10'66-8m
MILLS HOUSE,
. Qorner Queg., end-MEeing Berest.,
CXRA EL E ST OR, s. C.
1'H1 POPLARAND WELL
'T' E,uWN RGv83'is now Adtly eon
for the reception of visitow, having been
u.ferteledrwkf New and Elegant Furnd
tinqe ghui . and offeis to the tmaveller
aano m4i,R fd envenienees as a First
wetSb6e equalled by any Nor ti
.5' #Ut. 06tonage of e pnbite is
roytAdlt .edo
emnhar may be
Sd *--er Pesy.tee,
1tporn Dr4..eshoes.
e o nu
0O mMME 1 ayA L.
AuousTA, May I I.--There-was good
donmard for cotton, to-day, and some
Salea were mado at the foll'owinyprices:
Middling. 27 ; strict middlirig; 2 ; good
middling. 29. There was an aqtive de
mand for gold, and sales were made at
128. Brokers buying at 127. Brokers
b1.ving silver at 120, and selling;at
124 a 125.
Nvw OtYANs. May 9.-Sales of
cotton to-d.y, 2,000 bales, at 31 a 32c.
Superfint- flour, $9,25. Gold 30.
CINCrNNAtt, May 9 -Flour unset
iled ; holdi-rs asking 25c. higher, hut the
demand wa not, presing enough to
iistnhlisih the advance; we quote $9.50 a
b12.50. Wheat. higher and irregular,
Fit. $2.40 n $2.90. Corn steady. At. 59 a
70c. Oats firmer, at 42a 46c. Whis
key dull, at $2 20. Mess pork ina:tive,
at 0430. Bulk ienta, 12 a 18jo. Lard
dull. at 22c. Biutter dull, at 40 a 42c.
Coffee, 2l1a 27.- Sugar l111a 15c.
Gold 29}.
Lour-SnII:., May 9.-Sales 163 bhld.
lenf tobaeco, at *iGl. Superfine flonr
senrt*e, at *8. Corn. 62c. Oats, 47c
Mess pork, $30. Bacon, 131st 18j-c.
Lard, 221e.
(SteCt-:ssrIs To)
FISHIER &AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
O FFR a good selection of
ERA VI)WAI FE,
GtOCERIFq Ilad
is ItY GOODS,
Anti have ju4t received an assortment of
atul lsag 9l otleit, which are offered miuch
below the prices ciomary since the close
of the war.
Keep on hand a large supply of Ce-v.
flay, Oat% an'd Flover, of various
grade".
FISHER & LOWnANCE.
may 12'i-2m.o
COTTON GINS.
T I, undersigned having completed
? their nrrangements fr ithe manufiac.
ture, once siore, of the best COTTON OINS
ever mande In this country, are how prepared
to receive orders fron planters and others,
wishing so purchase. The lnrq established
ol well known reputation of Hilloll's Ca-t
ton Gine. we hope will be a sticient gnar.
raniee that the article will give en ire "Atis
faclion. . J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
may 12'66-2mon ' Winnsboro', 1. C.
WVI, C. DUKER & CO,
FACTORIS AND COMMISSION MERCIANS,
NO. 5, EXHA NOR SPRRE7.
CH AltJSToN, B. C.
Wit. c. IDUKH". T. 0. It. DUKR,.
Joli%- It. DUKUP, J. M. CADSOX.
may 12'60-lawim
Ketohin, McMaster & Co.,
RE now reefiving Paints and Dye
Stuff. such as Spanish Brown, Spkrits
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Hy&aidlo
Cement. Extract of Logwood, Burnt Um
ber, Lithage, Madder, Indigo
ALSO,
The following Gro,nri;: Sugar, Coffee,
111ce, No. 1. Mackerel, llerring, Cooking
Soda, Imperial and Green Tea of finest
junllty, kpiees, N. 0 Molusses, Dried Figs,
Sal Eratus, Candles.
ALSO,
Qninine, Aqaa Anmmonia, Spirits Nitre.
Sugar of lead, Sul phnto '4inc, lloruux,
Alum, Salt Petre, Ite a Ointment, Sebllita
Powders, Lyons Bed Bug Powder, rain
Killer and Dead Shot.
ALSO,
Phalon's Night Bilooming Cereus, Elctract
Musk, Brows Windsor and other fiae Toilet
Soaps anid Bell Cologne.
We are how prepared to furnibb bills of
Tin Ware to Merohants on reasonable rates.
may 8'66-tf
Just Received.
DRIME lot A-f BahLiror0Sidee; which
.. we will sell low for eaah,,-at
BACOT, RIVBIt8 & CO'S.,
may '6-tf No, . orel- ange,
NOTO0R.
W E a re now prepared to furnish
TVi~erchants and Dealers generally
with our OIL. We will sell' ts thei at
M~anufacturers pies. We . are the onl
parties aihorised to sel) ini this I)ht,~
and -no one can porcurs thme a 4et
through us. We w i fornish Ede er*U
Lamps, Blurners, Ad.,'at whstesali,qu
-BACOT, RIVSM0Q
stay5'66-tf No.2, Hotel
hav
OF THE
FAIRFIELD HERALD.
T HEn PROPRIETORS of the Tnt
WEEKLY Nrws intend publishing
about the riddle of next month, .May, a
weekly paper to be cntitled
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD.
Tlib HIIUALD, according to the design of
the publilshers, will be a Ifirge sheet filled
with all the Miscellaneous niatter usually
foundisna first class family paper, such as
(riginaP Correspomdencr,.
Ordfgnat flhatter,*
Latest News,
Political,
gommercial,
Financial..
Agricultoral, and'
Literary flatter alid
Historical Sktehes..
All int restsinvolving the publio welfare
of the District, will receive particular at ten
tion.
The purpose 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
per, and thus by mutual aid to make a pa
per that. will insure a liberal patronage
based upou its own merits.
TxRt, $3.00 a year in advance. A dis.
count to Clubs. Send in your subscrip
tots'.
The IrRnA.T will'be under the Editorial
manageument. of 11, A. GALAID and D. B.
TO FARMERS!
FORY'S
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZERy
An Improver- of the band. Superior for
Wellt, cotfint Corn, &e., &c. Of
Superior QUlality andWarruntbd.
Coutiineag Elenteisti esm-ntial
to iise iOeasoit of Gr:reu,
&c., miad-1 111SbroVellkeatt
of time Lauand.
T jjS- s confidentiy recommended to
FAREIRS TO lItING LARGE.
CROPS, and wo guarantee it to be as go d
as rsy Fertiliser in the Market. and to
bring as good crops. tried side by. side with
any. even. Peruvian Gunno.
Ol CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a handfull to the hill when you plant.
When the corn 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 way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the plant gets all of tne ienefit of it. Use'
it in this way, And thu Planter can count
on good crops if the wealher is ut All favor
able.
We guarantee it to prodrce as good crops.
as any other Fertilizer used. Us it in the
the wsay directed. by the side of Pertiviair
Guano. or any otker Fertilizer, and if it does,
not produce as good a crop, w will refundb
twenty per cent of the price. Use it in the
way directod, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for fire years conseceaively on the seime
land. and If it does not produce more money,
and leave the land in better oandition than
Peru.vian Guano at the end of ie five years.
we will' refund the purchiaser 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.
L,iberal terms given to prompt and' re
sponsible partiles.
fA MES' 0. GIBBS,
A gent, Columahls. 8. C.
For particulars apl~y to~
march '6fi-U Winsboro', 8. 0.
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Six Copics for- $1,0. In Advance.
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