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Religious Services may be expected to
iorrow as follows :
M. E. Chitrch, Rev. A. G Stacy, ii
A M. and 7 P. M.
Episcopal Church, Rev. V. P. Dii.
Bose, II A. M. and 5 P. M.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. AD
GR, II A. M. andl 4 P. M.
The Examination it the Winnsboro
Venialo Seminary camc oil' last Wednes
riay. This is the closing of the first sei
Siun. 'The second session will begin
The examination covered a good deal
of ground, was quite varied, and discov
eil an encour'aging proficiency in the
pupils, not simply in book knowledge,
but in the principles underlying the sev
eral branches of study. Examinations
are not appreciated as they should be
by those mostly interested.
The Reading Club of Wiisboro may
be considered estab!ished. Many have
declared their purpose to join, and it. is
hoped they will conic in at once. The
next re(gular meeting will take place
Monday evening at Messrs. Ketcin,
McMaster & Co's.
The Club desire to collect any hooks
whidi may have been lost during the con.
fusion in February '65, from their owe
-ers, and all such bt->ks turned over to
th.em they guiarantee to deliver to their
Any persons therefore having in their
possession such bo.ks and who may
Wi4h to make the Club the medimio Of
-delivery, may feel assured that the
proper disposition will be made of all
00 m Us A U IA J.
N-w Yout, May 15.-It'lour has
.declined 10 a 20c., selling at $7 50 a
:15.75. Wheat has declined 2 a 4c.
Corn quiet, st 82 a 85c. Beef steady.
Pork henvy ; mess 30 a 3c. Lard
-btady, at 19a 22c. Cotton firm;
sales 1.400 bales, at 34 a35c. Gold
BaLIS:rCaM, May 15.-Wheat steady.
Corn dull, Seiling at 85 a86c. Oats
firm. Flour quiiet. Provisions firm.
Niw ORLEANH, May U.-Cotton
in fatir deumand--ialei of 1,500 0>ale
low middlin,ii. at 33 a 34c. To-day's re
ceiplta. 700 hit-les. Pork, 321c. Gold,
129. Sterling easier, at 140. New
York sight } premiun.
AqousTA, May I7.--Catton--Good
demand, at 27 a 28 for strict. to good
Middling. Very little offer-ing for pale.
Receipts by railrond and wagont light.
Go3'd-buiy:sng, 127, selling, *1129.
Sivar-Buyi.g, 122; selling. 126.
ME:MnIS, M.ay 13.-23 a 32c.
NAsUV-LLk, May 14.-25ja361c.
NVw ORLEANS, May 14.-33 a 36c.
Louisu i.iL, Ky, May 13.- 25t a
1. EWuiucEn, N. C., May 14.-19 a
*Wii.xMUWo'N, N. C., May 15.
27 a 30c.
*YourKV1.I.x, S. C., May 16.-14 a
RE!D ROCK6OILAND LAMPS.
WNT will sell as agents for the Dis
aTai triot, of FaIrfiel., by whtolesalo or
BIACOT, RIVERS & CO'S.,
may 17'66-ttf No. 2, Hotel tiango.
ViWnes and .i .quors.
',AQEIRA, Sherry, Champagne,
-L.. Malaga, Hook ad Claret Wines.
Cognaq Brndy, Bourbon Whiskecy, Gin Dii
BACOT, IVERS & C0,
*ay17'60-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
Soge ewingand Smoking
~Fall kiun4 s. &
may 17'66.-if Uange.
NE,Suguir, Of'ed, Saht, ' l
.1JBaog, Lard, BatIIet, Rise, &O.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
P)OTS, Ket'les, Frypays Gridirons,
.A A,n. Spad4es, Shovels, SHoes, Looks,
.Hitges and Car penters Tools.
BACOT, RIVE RS & 00.,
-may 17'66-.t No. 2, HTotel Range.
Cheese; rxeserves, Pickles,
. BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
mia Iean-,z No 2. f.,t Uena.
On Sunday last there were two at.
tempts It setting fire to different parts
of the ill fated village of Darlington.
There cali be no doubt that both fires
were the works of incendiaries. This is
a lamentlable state of things. Darling
ton has had four or five fires within lit
tle over a month.
The Unionville Tines announces the
death of Col. James Jeffries, one of the
most osteenwd and intelligent citizens of
A ease has been decided in Barnwell
District, to the eA!ct that when a freed.
man violaie.s his contract. he looses the
share of the crop he was entitled to un.
der te contract.
We lenrn from the Abbeville Banner
that Mr. Thos. B. Crews' connection
witi that paper has ceased, and tlat he
will devote himself itn ftiture to the in
terests of the Latirensville Herald.
His interest in the Banner has been
pirchteil by Mr. W. W. Farrow, who
sieceeds to thi ditties incident to the
publicntion of t he paper. Mr. Farrow
is a votnc ninmn of intelligene-, energy
and skill, nrid will no doubt give- satis
faction to all who ire itifere'ted in lhe
s11cess of that excellent pnpor. We
wish Mr. Crews tmuch success in hiR old
... 6 ogie1ze 'G% a Boston firm
at Sandy H ill, Soutit Carolina, to re
ceive anid take care of tite saving of the
negroes itn that region, has closed its
dors finally. Its name wits a mere
iam, as it had io cottection witi the
bovernmnent to nuthorise the assumpti,.
f I lie title of "Naltional 31tn1k." Its
West were wretehed lithographs-nuch
1sembling blacking-box labels, but
rttmted in gatidy colors, which captivt.
d the f-yes of tho poor tnegroes. Each
eedittant who deposited a dollar gieen.
nck itt tie "hanikinig," received a two
ollar n,)te of this gay pictorial is4ue,
tid raticied, of conrse, that ie was so
nitclt rieler There is no tlhing how
iuch longer the swindle would have
asic.i, il* Cilatain Jewett. late of the
rmy, who has leased a plantation in the
Figiborhood (if Sandy Hill, had not
itcovered som - of ite. Irandulent notes
mog the hands on his place, and learn.
d front the sitple.m[tided creatures the
k1ure of the financial enterprise in
Iiell ltey had embarked. He :imne
iAtely wr,,te to Washiigton upon tile
nibject; bit Clnrges & Higginson, the
iroprietors of the inAti-ution somehow
etting w:n-1 of the discovery, stole
way it the ight-carrying with them,
f course, all the deposits in their
'vanh.s." It, is supposed that they
ealized by this irisaction belween three
nd four thousand dollars. They came
onth aV temPerencC lecturers, and, at
'rat, eked ot. their subsistence by sel.
iny trads and Bilples. It. is said that
i tain parties from tihe North. who atre
eipyitng abandoned plantations near
lie e of the d(eunlct "bank," suggest.
hd te enterprise to these two adven
turers, induced the freedmen in their
employ to exchange their wages for the
beamifil bills of Chirges & Higginson,
and divided the prolits of the concern
with those worthies. The freedmen
who have betim thus shamefully gailled
ha e learie a lesson, bt a very hard
and nttpletasat, otte.
Ev'Rm oF TtiE.-A sad story isi con
nitedri with the name of the wvriter of
thte beauitiful song "'Ever of Thee," which
hats baen sung attd ttdmnired by so muany
ini this cotntry and int Europe.
Foley Hall was a genttlemian by birtha
and ediuatin Wealthy itt his own right,
with lairgo expectations, 'hie led a heed
less life, not coing his associates, but
allowitng himselr to be drawn into the
society of ihe vicious. His property
soon (liantpjearedi. atnd he was lol, with.
itt resoinreer suffiiont to by his daily~
read. His musical talets bad been
iighly cultivated, but as ito ttever teed.
d theom, lie scarcely kntew to' what.
THI E undersigned having completed
S herarrangEeen to, the maninfac,
ture, otnce more, or the best COTTQ1
ever mnade.in ihis coOhtare nowptd'e
to receive orders fromt planerad
ton Gin,, we hope will be a sulil
?anteO ibat, the artile will give e
lIon. J. M. ELDIOTT
day *th t ~S~o
have been lad hag4t
wbenof mif t aIna U M
MORE NEW GOODS.
W E have just roceived a second superior
stock of SUMMER GOODS, consist
Ingp '1 1 >
Dotted and Plain Swiss.
Plain and Checked Jaconet,
Superior Bishop Lawn.
Best Namsook Muslin,
Large Stook of Calicoes,
and many other things.
may 17'66-2 LADD BROS.
Ketchin, MoMaster & Co.,
A RE now receiving uints and Dye
Sttfa, such as Spanish Brown, Spirits
Turpenttine, 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, Imperial and Green Tea of finest
quality, Spices, N. 0. Molasses, Dried Figs,
Sal Eratus, Candles.
Quinine, Aqaa Ammonia, Spirits Nitre,
Sugar of Lead, Sulphate Zinc, Borax,
Alum. Salt Petro, Itoh Ointment, Seidlita
Powders, Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot.
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Extract
Musk, Brown Windsor and other fine Toilet
Soaps and Bell Cologne.
We are how prepared to furnish bills of
Tin Ware to Merchants on reasonable rates.
DR. W. 3.,AREN,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO, I, BANK RANGE.
THE ROOM FOnMERLY oCCUPIND As TH1
"Planter's Bank of Fairfleld.ff
W HERE can be found all the arti
Wu cles usually kept in a Drug Store,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
Patent Medicines, Hdkf. Extracte,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring 1
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 sul
table in sickness, &c.
Medicine* will be compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance ,oith the. U. 8 Dispensa
In the present unsettled state of prioes
I shall sell anything in my legitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Gingbapis,
Tweed for Men's Suits,
Check Linen for Pants,
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladies Black and White Hats, af the la
to suit Ladles Hats. All of whieh we offer
at very low price.
A. S. DOUGL A8S,
A T T ONR E Y A T NJAW.
30- Offie, No. 2, Law aauage-Sa rear
of the Ceurt house.
feb 18'66 d4mo.
of'~nb r a
COOK & 3. Q,~f
1 EWIRING GOODS.
BT()LL. WZBT & Co.,
BANROFTfS OLD TAND,
287 King &., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
W E have now opened a splendhi
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and AmerIcAn, which are of the
most des1rable styles the markets cai afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or fr bnt ter 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 city, orders ac.
companied with dity 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 Osnaburghs. Striped Onaburgs,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, 0.4, 10-4, 12 4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuds, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Sootch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Islack
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 Domesti 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 Fairtield District, 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, 8. C.
H C. STOLL, Charleston,
i. C. WALKER,
AVE mad arrangements with Mr.
J. 8. PHILLIPS to 'continue the
DRAPER and TAILORING BUSINESS at
their old stand, 39 Broad Streei, in
all its branches, as formerly conducted by
them, and RQlloit for him from their former
patrons and friends the same liberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
EDOERTON & RICHARDS
Jantiary 29, 1866.
J S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Succesors to Edgerton , Richards,)
32 BROAD WTREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
* EEPS constantly on hand a fill
assortment of the best grades of
French, English and American Cloths, Cax
simores and Vestings, which will be sold
by the yard or made to order, in the latest
All orders for either goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
WiK, cDUAKS & CO,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 5, EXCHANOE STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
wt. C. DUKIs, T. C. 2. DUKS,
JOHN R. DUFC5s, ,T. M. CARSON.
B BfS. M USCOVADO MOL ASSES
No. 1 Mackesel in barrels and kits.
Carolina clean Rice, Herrings, Prime Lard,
Splee, Pepper and Nut Megs.
Keep on hand, Hardware, Oils, Lamps,
Wooden Ware, &c.
DUBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
may 10'66-tf -No. 8, Hotel Range.
F INE HJYSON 'IEA, Bent Rio
Coffee, Adamantia, Candles, Macca
roni qad ~jed Picles. At.
KEOItIN, MG3LASTER & CO'S.
DeOBEGI-E.STON & 00,
mir OO4f1. if, flotel Range.
FISHERf & AGNE~W,
ACOLy1ZaZA, 8. 0.
~a g eIono of
fEe iw tg ##ovtment of
~ e~h oteredninueh
- 4f '-rio'
T HE PROPRIETORS of the Tit
LWEKLY Nmws intend publishing
Lbout the riddle of next month, May, a
weekly paper to be entitled
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD.
Th'e ARALD, according to the design of
he publishees, will be a large sheet filled
witir all the Miscelfaeous matter usually
round in a first class family paper, such a
Literary Matter and
All interests involving the public welfare
of the District will receive partkoular atten
The purpos- 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 upon its own merits.
Txnus. $3.00 a year ia advance. A dis
count to Clubs. Send in your subscrip
The HERALD will be under the Editorial
management of H. A. GAILLARD and D. B.
GEOs H, WALTER & C0.,
6eve-al foinetl on flerdauts
NORTH ATLNTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
O. 11. WALTER, WM. J. McConMAcKy
X R. WALTEA,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. H1. WALTER & SON,
TO FARMERS I
F0 R D'S
PH1OSPHATE OR FERTILIZER,
an Improver of the Land. Superior for
Wheat, Cotton, Corn, &c., &e. Of
Superior Quality and Warranted.
rontainileg ElenAceats esoen1tiat:
to lse Producatio of GraAaa,
&c., anld Ampr-oveisseant
of Wlae Laud.
T HIS s confidently recommended to
FARMRS TO BRING LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as good
as any Fortilizer in the Market. and to
bring as good crops, tried side by side with
any, even Peruvian Guano.
FOR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &M.
-Put a handfull to the hill when you plant..
When the ;orn and Collon are well up, put
another Iandful to the ill as a top dress
ing ; and when the Corn is about to sheet,
and the Ceteon to boll, auother handful to'
tihe hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
the plant gets all of rae benefit of it. lYss
it in this wvay, and the Planter san equnt
on good crops if the weather is ait all faver
We guarantee it to produce as good crops
as any other.Fertiliser used. Use It in the
the way directed, by the side of Peruvian
Guano, or any other Fertilizer, and if it doCs
not produce as good a crop, we will refund
twenty per cent of the p rice. Use it in the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Quano
for five years eonsecu',ively on the se
land, and iftit doesnot produce more money,
and leave the land an better condition thans
Peruvian Oano et the end of the life years
we will refund the. parchaser twenty per
cent of the price for the five years. .Ours
will improve the land, and will leave it bet
tsr than It foundt it, e
Liberal terms given to promnpt andr
JA MES G. GIBBS,,
Agent,0Celumbi S. C.
For particulars apply to
H. A. GAILLARD,.
Wlnnsboro', 5. 0.
MILLS I1o gg,
Corer- Quee and Neeting $$
OHEAREL E STO0N, s; v.
T HIS POPULAR ~ND WELL
ENOWN HO0USE Is now fully open
for the reeption of avisitors, haying boon
refu:rnished with Now ad Blegant. uni
tore throu;hout; ad offers to t Ti~fer
aeeommnoneloa and qeinto e :irst
Class 5oe,asto be eqa1~ y 1 t4orth
or Bout, Te paronage of te publio IS,
004 oar ge ay,$40
- * pIe# umanthi am, ma
agreed on. JO8MPN PURCELL,
feb 2466-tt ProprieWS.