Upon Inquiry we learn from Cptidn
Spear, commuanding the garrison here
that lie has Sent in his report of the
de?t7itute in tdhl District. There were
about one limiudred: The short time
-given him to make the ritttirn precluded
<tim( possibility of receiving full returns.
Mr, Jus. Wood Davidson.-This gentle
man, one of otir quondam towismien, and
an earnest sipporter of Sonthern litera.
t.in, has beeni spending a few days in
town. Mr. Davidson, besides the titne
devoted to his swhool in Cohnnbia, is
engaged in writing for the JYeld & .ire.
side, Raleigh, N. C., for the Yorkville
Enquirer, and for Scott's Monthly,
Mr.,ossal, Special Agent of the Post
Offoie Department, passed tip and down
thi railroad to and fron Chester yest.er.
day. H left a note for a gentleman of
I his place, reqesting, if found yet, the
llnam. of whoever is to be our posimas.
ter. If we get no one the post office
will be closed.
New Advertisements.-Muio Stovei-.
see J. S. Phintpy's notice.
Messrs. Bacot, Rivers & Co., of'er a
large as-sortment. of goods in their line.
Cotton Seed-by W. M. Nicholson.
An Ordinanei, by the Concil.
Readers are referred specially to this as
a mnit-r ot interest to all our citizi!nis.
Sve Notice of Porposals to supply ulie
To Advertisers. -Orders for advertis.
ing should be handed in by ntoui of
Mondays, Wednesdays aid Fridays, to
sencire insertion iin the next, day'o issue
N.%v Yonm, NMay 17.-flour has de
deched 10 a I 5--Sothern, I.65s
10.75. Wieat. hias declined 2 a 3c.
Cort hil, ir. 80 a 821c. Ye-Alow South.
ern, 85e. i3er steady. Pork firm -
m $30 a :3 50. Lird firm, nt 19 a
2 !i ugar dull. Naval stores Vuiet.
Cot.ton ifirmn-sales of' 1,200 bales, at. 35
a 36C. Qold, 129.
11mA1I(bni.:, 'May 17.-Flour vef-ry
1,ill. Wli-iat <1ul1. Corn firi-white,
85 a 8G)c ; yellow, 83 a 8-1( Oats. 62 a
63e. Provisions Ilull. Sugar stondl.
Whiskey still-Pennsylvaia, $5.25
A FEW hundred bushols, of COTTON
SEED, (last crop.) Apply to
WIM. M. NICHOLSON.
nt the Depot, Chester, S. C.
Proposals to Supply the Mar
T II1 MARKET IIOUSE will be rented to
such parties as will contract to furnish
Butcher's Alents at 1ho lowest average
Applications for the above should be
hando I to the Secretary of the Council
may 21'66-tf Sec. & Trecas.
BAO0T, RIVERS & 00.,
- H AVE ON SALE AT
1 O. 2, IIOT E~L R A VG E.
'XNCINN ATTI H AM8 in canvass,
Mtacoaronl and Vermaucollt,
0Gingeratnd Mango Preserves,
* ~ - -CoAgao Brvandy.
HO, un Cae~~
- BACT R S &VO0,
may 22'66..tf N, ~ range.
Teoa Coffee and Famil ur,
LA RD, Iuder, Dutch and 1hib le
DAC0'9, R1IER & ClO'$.,' '
may 22'66-tf : No. 2, H1otel'tang4
Winos and LIdquors.
R ED ROCK OI,,
! mar 2'66-se Mr. IeMijM
soonwr dd we lit Iii up than he begau
t" i u rfrm er Paw v
TO RAISE SUPPLIES FOR THE YEAR
COMIENCING ON THE FIRST MONDAY
IN APRIL, 1866.
I BF IT FNACTVD AND ORDAINFD by
a * the Intendant and Wardens of the
Town of Winnsboro' in Connoilmet, that a
tax for the sums and in [lie manner herein.
after mentioned shall be raised and paid into
the Treasury of the said Town for the use
and service thereof ; that is* to say fifteen
cents ad valorem on every hundred dollars
of the value of all real estate within the
corporate' limits, to be assessed as- horeto.
fore: three dollars to be paid by every male
iniabitant: of the said Town from the ages
of sixteen to fifty. inl lieu of working upon
the streets of said Town; and three per
cent. upon the amtniunt of all salesat auction.
11 And be it further enacted and ordained.
Tht. the foregoing taxes shall be paid to tbe
Clerk of the Town Council on or before tho
irat. Maonday in October next; and in
default of such payme t the person so of
fending against this ')rdinance shall be
finled in double t lie amount of the tax by
him unpid. provided that said fine when
exceeding fifty dollars shall be abated to the
unn 'f fifty dollors.
I 1I. A nd he :t farther enacted and ordained,
That it sluill not he lawful for any person to
represpnt publicly for gain and reward, any
phy, cuomnedy. tragedy, interlude, or farce, or
exhtiilt wa.T figures. or show, or enterlait.
ment of any kind whitsoever. without first
obtaining a license fronis toe Town Council,
which licenseshtll begranted upon the pay.
ihe9t of te do.lars, e:scopt in the caso- of
circus comlpanies, which shall be thirty dol
lars, and every person violating this provis.
ion of this Ordinance shall be fined fitly
dollars. for each anid every offence.
I V. Anad '.e itforlhrr enacted and ordained,
That it rhall not lie liawful for any person
to sell inIetating drinks it amounts less
thin three gallons, or in any amoun. to ho
dr.nk wholly or in part at the place where
sold. anywhere within one nilo of the Court
flotuo in the said Town, without first ob
taitaing a license therefor from the Clerk,
which tnay be granted upon the payment of
sixty dollars for what is known as a ''retail
licenlso" and one hundred and twenty-fivo
dollar for what is kskown as a "tavern It
cense;" and every person violating this pro
vison of tlais Ordinance shall befined fifty
dollars for each and every offence.
V. And be it further enacted and ordained,
That. all persons - linhabaits of the sait
Town, who are now due, owivig and in ar
re1' for taxes for the yt'ar ending on the
first Monday in April, 1866, shall pay the
saine to the Treasuirer on or before the first
Monday in Junn next , and in default of
such payment the' person so uffending
against. this provision of ' this Ordinance
shall be fined in double the amount of the
tax by himl unpad ; provided that. said fine
when exceeding fifty'dollars shall be abated
to the sutm of fifty dollars.
Done in Council, this the 17th day of May,
A. D. 1860 ; and the corporate seal of the
WILLIAM E. AIKEN,
. f } A correct copy.
C. II. LAt)n, See. and Tror.
T HE undersigned having completed
. fheir arrangements for the manlifto
lure, once more, of the best. COTTON GINS
ever made in this country, are now prepared
to recoive orders from planters and other,
wishing to purchase. The long eat ablished
andl well known reputation of' Elliottf's Cot.
ton Gins, we hope will he a sufficient gear.
rantee that the article will give etntire satis
faction. .J. M. ELLIOTT &'CO.
m.nay 12'6l6-2mo WVinnsborp',_S. C.
NOTIUE TO DISTILLERS.
A Lb persons whlo have 'heen DitiUl
.litng WVITH,OUT A LICitN8B, will
find it to the,tr interest to eonfer at an' early
daty with the Board of ?Commission'ers'of
Publie Bluildings. This a#plies to these who
have been Iridleted, as well as those who
have been or may be Informed upon.
JA8. H. 1l!ON,
Seo'ty of the Board.
WAORPIN D Of1r(t
IN EQUI 'Y.
Jonn R. Cook and Wife,
Jess$e J. Owen,
James $. Owens, deovw
Win. J. Aluiton,
one pf the Defendants in the off*a~t~q
osse, rm4es beyoq#i the lpi;is of eh t,
x@o.A iru, yqa
4or ,9,t$aL the. saiUef i j4o
t. ASQimo 4~
*11' ~ ed0r
MORE tW 'GOODS.
W E have just received a second superior
stock of SUMMER GOODS, .onslet.
SOtted IndP a *is'
Plain and Checked Jaconet,
Superior Bishop Lawn,
Best Namsook Muslin,
Large Stock of Calicoes,
and many other-things.
niay 17'66-2 LADD BROS.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
RX now, rebekving aints and D
Stuit'4, such as Spanish Brown, Spirito
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Hydraulic
Cenmont. 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
(Itiality, 8pices, N. 0. Molasses, Dried Figs,
Sal Eratus, Candles.
Quinine, Aqa Ainionia, Spirits Nitre.
Sugar of Lead, Sulphato Zinc, Borax,
Alim. Salt Petro, Itch' Ointment, Seidlitz
Powders, Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot.
Phtlon's Night Blooming Cereus, Ext reot
Musk, Brown Windsor and other fine Toilet
Soaps and Bell Cologne.
We are how prepared to furnish bills of
Thi Ware to M[erelia'nts on reasonable rates.
DR. W.. .I.-N,
Druggist and Apothecary,
No,. , BANK RANGE.
TIE ROOM FOnMERLY OCCUPIRL, AS Tn1E
"Planter's Bank of Fairfield."
W HERF, can be found aJ tihe arti.
cles usually kept in a Drug Storp,
Drugs and Chemicals, Perfumery,
Acids and Salts, Colognes,
'atent Medicines, Hdkr. Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Flavoring "
PetrolcumI 1i, oinir Brushes,
Lamps and Chimneys, Combs,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Articles. Soaps.. &e.
Cigars which cap be regommended.
Soio fine old Wine and'good BVaudy su1
table in sickness. &o.
ldicines wilt he compounded or prepared
strictly in accordance with the U. bf Dispensa
In tIe present unsettled state of prices
t shall sell anything in rAy ligitimate line
as cheap as it can be found elsewhere.
PLAIN and FANCY LAWNS,
Fancy and Mourning Ginghams,
Tweed for Men's. Suite,
Check Linen for Pants.
White and Colored Brilliant@,
Fine Long Cloth,
A splendid assortment of
Ladles Blaok and White Hats, of the la
t est styles. --
to suit Ladies Hats. All of which we offer
at very low prices.
J. HI. PROPST, Agent.
A. S. DOUGL1ASS,
A TTO RNE YA T J AWe
soL.IcITR IN E9UrIeT,
ag'omee. No. 2, Law Rang-s-J reat
of the Court Ihouse.
E7 have in 0p 4ol Qu MILTJ
V f v ,leseseset* adve
NEW OPRING GOODS,.
STOLLo WB & Co.,
BAN VRO*T' OLD'STAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentworth.
W E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar., which are of the
nost, desirable styles tho markets.cen afford.
To planters furnishing the Freed meun'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 nlot 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 Osnaburghi, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtingl, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
t5leached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtlings, 0-4, 9.4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue iomespuns. Bleached
an4 Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Darn.
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghamp, bpring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Mushns, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm
era' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; whic4 we offer at
WHOIKSALE AND RVT.A Il.'
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 geherally of Fairield District, to our
advertisentent. and solicit a call from then,
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St.., 8 doors below Wentworth,
Charleston, S. C.
If C. STOLL, Charleston,
If. C. WALKER,
AVE mad arrnnmetnents with Mr.
J. S. PllLLIP4 to continue the
DRAPER ad TAILORING BUSINESS at
their'Old stand, 12 -Oi*ond Street, in
all its branches, as fortperly conducted by
them, and solicit for him from their former
patunsand 'riends the same liberal patron
age so generously extended to themselves.
l(EBRTON & RICIIARDS
J. S. PILLIPS,
DRAPER 'and TAILO R
(SuccessorA to Edyerton tt Richard*,)
32 BROAD STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
K EEPS constantly on han<l a full
assortment of the best grades of
Frinoh, English and Amherican Cloths, Cas
simeres an4 Vostings, which will be sold
by the yard or niade to order, in tie latest
'All orders for either goods or work prompt
ly attended to.
Wl, C. DUKEW & C0 ,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 6, EXCHANGE STRrET.
CH ARLtESToN, 8. U.
WX. c. DUK2S, T. C.. If. DURES,
JoI1x R. DUKES, J. M. AtBON.
B B [S. M USCOVA DO MOL A SSES
Spice, Pepper and Nut Megs.
Keep on hand, Hardware,' Oils. Lamps,
Weoden Ware, &c.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
may 106-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
NEHYSON TEA. Besat Rio
FCoffee, Adamantine Candles, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At,
KETCHIN, MeMASTER & CO'S.
min NO684f No. 8, lotel Range.
4 - - $ oK0sa0us To)
F1IRI & AGNE W,
OLUNBIA, S. C.
u gon selEoon ofd
- , oarou~S
T 11E, PROPR1MTORS of the Tit.
WEix,Y Nyws' intend publishing
about the r iddle of next month, May, a
weekly paper to be entitled
TH F.4IRrIELD HERALD.
The HInRALD, according to the design of
the publishers, will be a large sheet filled
with all the MiNaellaneous ulAtter usually
found in a first class family paper, such as
Literary Matter and
-Historical . Sketches.
All interests involving the public welfare
of the District will receive particular atten
The purpos- of the Publishers will be to
identify themselves with the interests of the
Distri,t, and they call upon the District. to
identify itself with the interests of the pa
per, and thu-i by mutual aid to make a pa
per t.hat- will insure a liberal fatronago
based upon its own merits.
Ty.u.as. $3.00 a year in advance. A dis
count to Clubs. Send In your subsorip.
The HERALD will be under the Editorial
management of 11. A. GALrAnD and D. B.
GEO. H, WALTER & 00.,
F A C TOR S.
OetitraL 0ottintisaiOlt flerrjatts
NORTH ATLANTIC WIIARF,
CHARLESTON, S, 0.
OEO. U. WALTER, W.M. J. MICCOEMAcK,
E It. WA1.TER,
Branch at Columbia, S. C.
GEO. Ii. WAILTElT & SON.
TO FARIERS I
PHOSPhATE OR FERTILIZER,
An Impromer of the Land. Superior for
Wheat, Cotton, Corn, &c., &c. Of
Superior Quality and Warranted.
Coutnining Eleinsents essential
to Chei ProuCitol of Gralin,
&c., viud anprovenlienit
of tile Land.
rTHIS confidlently recommended to
. FARMElS TO BRING LARGE
CHOPS, and we guarantee it to be as gotd
as any Fertilizer in the Market. and to
bring as good crops. tried side by .ide with
any, even Peruvian (inno.
FOR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a handfull to the hill when you plant.
When the t.orn and Cotton are well up, put
another handful to the hill al a top re.R
ing; and when the Corn is about to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll, another handfil to
tile. hill as a top dressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to the plant, and
Ihe plant gets all of tnn henenit of it. Use
It in this way, and the P'later can count
on good crops If the weather is at all favor
We guarantee it to produce as good erops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use.it in t,he
the way directed, by the side offeruvian
Guano, er any oilher Fertilizer, and If It does
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 ofPetaivlan Guano
for fire years consecutively en, the samne
land, and If it does not produce more mnoney,
and leave the land in better condition than
Peruvian Guano at- the end of the five years
we will refund the purchaser 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 teruis gIven to prompt and re
.JA11fS e. GIBBS,
A~n, Qotuu: a, S. U.
Fer partIculars ap1y,
Wnt1b0o a. 'C.
MILLS4 1 8E,
THIS POW ANDeWELL
for the 'r. $&ating been
tefftallb Elegant Furni
tut# thrcao# I* qe .to the traveller
Moo atnd cnvenlences as a First
Chass flto not, t' be eqrualled by any Ncrth
or Southbi.Theronage of the public is
tes exe perday,$4t0)
>~'per month as may b
aimd o JOSEPH POiRCELL,.
eb24'66 6* Prepriet.
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