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Local Items.
New Advertisements. - Ladies anld
gonlenmen will see that refreshments
tan be ftind tat , Messrs. Townley & Ox
lier's froin 0 a. li'. to.9 p. mI., consiAing
in part of lee Crem, Lemonade,
Syrups, Cakes,. &e.
Messrs. T. & 0., will accept onr
kthanks for a handsome treat pnt in our
\vay yesterday: May their shidow
never grow less, nor their frigid cream
thaw except inside of somi bloomintg
chvvk or tiried in the countenance of
SOmeW brawny ma1.sculline.
See Advertisement.
Messrs. Sprinkle & Bro. hive the
icii wishiies or all hains in tie oliee for
thIose fine favors of Vanilla Ice Creani.
Whllen sneh cosy Saloons are now
open inl town, there is the great,r neeld
that our merchants should close their
stores at 5 o'clock p m.
Of corse it would not he expect(d
that they (Saloons) should be closed, for
they lurish recreation and enjoyment.
Seo "Anction" for Miniday 4th inst.
Brande's Clopt:dla.-If any one has
this book in posses-ion, a great favor
would he done the owner by han11diig it,
in to Mr. R. S. Ketchin, ibrarian of
the Witinsboro CIt). The volitie
-was lost during the passage throogh
%town of Sher:nan's armny or soon after
-that.
To Advertisers. -Orders for advertis.
ini shouold be handed in by noon of
11ondays, Wednesdays anl Fridnys, to
et-enre insertion in the next day's i-sue
0 0 M Z E R 0 -1 A .L.
v 2xSnonlo, May 30.-Cottoi-25
28. currency.
Corn, *1.7.5 per btishel.
Flour, $14.00 per barrel.
Pens, $1.50 irr bnshel.
'Tobaceo. 45 to $1.10 per pound.
Gold, 35
CoLVumIA. M:y 29 -Cotton, 20 to
'26, gold; 26 to 33, eiirrency.
Corn, $1.60 to 1.75 per Ishel.
Flour, $11 to 15 per barrel
-Oats, $1 to 1.1 0 per hiishel.
Peas, *1.80 to 2.00 per bushel.
Hay, *2 70 to 2.90.
Rice, Ra1ngoon. primiv-, 11I to c;
4arolina 13+ to 14e.
Tobacco, 45c. to 1.10 per pound.
Coin, gold 36 to 38c, premitim.
CtHAuITTv, May 29. 1866.-Cotton.
Biil little selling. We quote 20 a 22 in
gold ; '8 a 31 cents in currency.
Flour, *12.50 a 14.00 ier barrel.
Bacon, 16 a i 18c. per pound.
Corn, $1.45 a 1.50 pi-r hiishel.
PtIas. *1.35 a 1.40 per buHhel.
Meal, $1 50 a $1.60 per bu-bel.
Wheat, none offering.
Oats, $1.00 a 1.A0 per bushel.
Sorgh i. 50c. pi.r gallon.
Gold. vi.33 a 1.35.
Silver, $1 28.
N Fw YouK, May 28.-Cotton steady.
-Gold . 37. Sterling di-bankers'
rattes f'o'r sixt.y days 91 Flour dull1
Siate $7.30 a 8.80 ; Ohio $9 40 a 14;
.Southiern $10.80 a 16.75. WVheatdull.
Alixeih ciorn ideclined 1 a ec. Be.t
st.nady, Perk buoyant, at *30.75 a
30(Y 5.-. There was a sharp decline in
the" Erie stock to-day. It is report ed
that the decline is baseid upon an appre
hehded case whichi calls for a special
meeting of the directors to morrow.
Th'le stock was at 62.- at the Second
Board.. The decline is an augury of
romles, and ana ove'r-iunae is darkly
}Wt'd at. There is an ir.creased activi
.ty,in peirokinm and mining stocks to.
aywith a gt-neral advatnce .in prices.
TOWN LUY & OXN ER'S
IOE OREAM SALOON,
(xPzT DOOo T'L snanos.)
18 ofll F0ok TaIsI 8EASON.
- FROMO9A. M. TO 91P. M.
H BB-Ladesand Gentlemen catn re
yjoirt Addi patke of the following de
1ioiloiW P1BFRE#MINTS. Ice Cream, Le-n
on-Ade, Raspbei'ry, Strawberry, Piheapple,
Rose and Lemon dyrups, and nice and fresh
Cakes -~**'~*
Parties an iespallesupplIed, on reason
able terms. may 81'66-1
fN MoadalyJumne 4th, 1 will offer at Ao
Vilod, 1 Plat .1 Marble Top Centre
Table, 1 Bureau, 1 Fine Sofa, -and many
other avdelMqffutrJ4ure, belonging to the
estate of Catt. 8wa ey, 46fore the Court
Sale sto eomguemae ,at..12 o'elook, M.
Terme gash, . 8.'l SARLEY, Agt.
Ice Cream Saloon.
A I,, ES ani Gentlimeni are hereby in
v niormed tha: ur SALOON is now litted
up, ind ICE IA M.1 o tiny flavor ca be
furnishled every day (6undlay excepted) to
visitors or sent to private houses.
SPRINKLE & 1140.
may 21'613-2
MT. ZION SOCIETY.
TI lIE regular quarterly meeting of the Mt.
Zion Society will be held at the Court
Ilouse, at 11 o'clock A. 1M., on Thursday,
31st inst. J. S. STEWART.
may 20'66-2 Sec.
South Carolina Bank Bills
W ILL bn botight at Current rates, and
all the lills of the various Ilanlis of
the Slate. by JAS. D. MILNOR.
tniy 29'G--3
SAW AND GRIST MILL.
F havv ini operation ottr MILL
Vfourmiles eastt f tLigeway', and have
a large lot of luber onl hand iills can be
left with L. V. Duvall & to., Winnsboro',
or sent, to its at lidgeway. Linthier for
(jin -wheels onl hian,l
.1. It. COOK & J. G. SC10R13.
may l5'Otirr.o
RED ROCK OIL.
Y the barrel or at retail. '1) per cent less
Bithan other Oils, Lamps, Chittmneys,
Shades, Burners antd Wicks to suit.
11ACOT. INIVRS & C'O'S.,
Sole A .,emIs 1or F.tirlield District.
may 2(t;-t1 No. 2, Ilotel ttange.
PETROLEUM,
OF best quality for saile by
lACOT. RIVERS & 'O..
may 20'66- tI No. 2, Ifotel Range
Susquehanna Fxtra Family
Flour.
IESi1--fhr :tif h%
FIACOT, lIVEis&ro.
marky 266-tf No. 2, Hiotel Itinge.
COGNAC BRAiDY.
CIFAltET,, atotd mmH.Nel IE
NIPORTIM lirectly otrselve.s. quN.
ly warranto-..
IIACOT. ItIVlIS & CO.
may 26'GG-tf No. 2, Hlotel Itange.
CORN WHISKY.
'OLD by barrels or qmirts.
BACOT.' RIVERS & CO.
may 26'1G-tr No. 2, Hotel Range.
GROCERIES
0 F every description. for sale cbenp, by
0 BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
may 2G'CjG-lf ' No.'2, !fotel Range.
NEW O.LEANS MOLASSES.
PRIJE MUSCOVADO MOLASSEs.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
may 26'66-tf No. 2, Hotel Itrar.ge.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
A now r'ecviving Paints aml Dye
u~t),Fuch as Spanish Brown, Spirits
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Ilydrdulic
CenmAnt. Extract. of' Logwood. Burnt Un
bor, Lithage,-Madder, Indigo
ALSO,
The following Groceries: Sugar, Coffee,
111c, No. 1. Mackorel. Herring, Cooking
Soda, Imperial and Ureen Tea of flihest
quality, Spices, N. 0 Molusses, Dried Figs,
Sal ErtU.P, C1.ndles.
ALSO,
Quinine, Aqaa Atmmonia, Spirits Nitre.
Sugar of Lead, Sulphate ZiAne, Horax,
Alum, Salt Petre, Ich Ointment, Seidlitz
Powders. Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer anid Dead Shot.
A LSO,
Phialon's Nigh.t BloomIng Cereus, Extrnet
Musk, Brown Windsor and other fine Toilet
Soaps andI Bell Coloe.
ALSO,
We are bow p)repared to furnish bills of
Tn Ware to Murobants oa reasonable rates.
may 8'66-t i
Drugs and Medicines !
Ir A D!) R R 8. h ave lately received
IL everything usually kept ini a first class
DRUG S11)TR, consisting in part of
Quinitto and Morphine, (P'. an W's,( PuIv.
anti 0Oum Opium, Glauber, Epsom aand
Rochello Salts, Rhubarb, Sulphur
and Magnesia, Camphor. Calo..
'mel and Alum, Jamaica
andi African Ginger,
Black andI Red'
P'opper, Spice,.
Mace,
Cloves and Nuttmega, Soluton and P'owdered
Cit. Magnesia, Solletz Powders, (best,)
Gelatine and Isinglass, Lar'ge Stock
Patent Medicines, Soaps, Per
fum.eries, Pomades, Hair
D .yos and ltoilet R?ow.
ders, Tooth, Nail
All Tineturs Syr ' tosrd
In strict acoracewr .5. er
of 18668.
Prescriptione filled during all hours of the
Phsoaswill do well to gIve as a call
before purvobsing.elsewher.
may 2d'60-tfi
H. .A. GAILLJARD,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
gjf Ollice ast..present, in the oflice of the
WVinnasbdro Nixwu' . ay 22.
zJ'Y- I hiAVE ON liAND V0)R SAK
twenity bar'rels F"ORD'S P'iIOSPIl.'LTE.
Sold either ont credit or for caish.
tmay 24 I1. A. GAILLARtD.
A T T OIRNEY A T LA W
AND
800Et'ITOR i.1 EQUITY,
WI'NNSIJ 01RO', S. C.
Mf Oflice. No. 2, Law linnge--in rear
of ti.e t'ourt hlouse.
feh 13;t-timno.
DR. W.DB. ,AEN
Druggist' and Apothecary,
Tit K 110c.4 FoII.MKHRLIY OclI.t rI' A s Tit E
"Planter's Dank of Fairfield."
Hy ~i N E e an be foutnd a I thie arti
duhaees usually kept In a l)rug Store,
Drtugs and, Chemiioals, Perfumnery,
Acidts and Sailts, Cologites,
Patent Medicines, ldkr- Extracts,
PainOts anid Oils, Flavorinig*
Pet roleumt (ili, llair llrutshcs,
h,atnps and1 Chimneys. Combs,
TloothI andl Nail lltrushes, D)ye Stuffs,
Spices, Toilet P'owder,
Fancey Articles, Soaps. &c.
Cignrs which can be recomminendied.
Suite fine old Wine and good lirandy si
t able in sickntess, &c.
Medlicines will be compounded or purepared
st rictly in accordance withi the U. 8 Dispensa
Iory!.
In the present unsettled state of priees
I shall sell anyt hinhg in miy legitimate line
as chenp as it can be found elsewhero.
fe b 22't66-t f
AN ORDYNANUi,
TO 1AI8E SUPPLIlES Full TIlE YEill
COll. llNCING ON TIlE Fil RT MIONDUA
IN APRIL,i 1860.
- Hi': IT l-:NAcTIKDI ANt) OtDAiNt.:i) by
ia thle itendant tetd Waidenis of' th'
IT of Wininsbor'o' in Countcil mt, thtat a
ax lfor thle sumts antd in thle mnatnner hiereini
afterit mne it ioned shauIIli e raisedl and paid into
lhe Tfrenstry of t he said T1'wni for rte use
atnd sertvice thtereof';that is to say f'fteetn
cetnts ad r'dorens otn every hiutndred dollars
of' lie valute o all real estate wit hin lie
corpiora limtits, to be assessed ias "heret o
frte; tihree dollars to be paid by every male
tauiahitanut cof thle said Town tromi thle aiges
of' sixteen to ftty, itt lieu of' worjding uspon
the 5treetsi of said Town: anid ' ihee per
centt upon0 the aitoutirt of alt sales at nie oin.
It it Ad be it furthecr enacted and ordained.
That thle foereging taxes sit all be paid t o ihe
Clerk of' thle Townt Council con or tietore the
liirst Mondlay ini October next ; anid in
defanlt ul' uch paymnonr lie person so of.
fetndinig agatulst thia Ordinance slialI be
fine'd it double thle amtount. of thle ta x hv
him tupaid. pr'oided thlit saill fine whteti
exceedinig fity dollars shall be abated to thte
inu 'if hltiy3 dllar is.
II 1 And ihe it furthser enaocted and ordained,
Thtat it shaill not he la wfuil for any person to
repr'esenit publicly for gain and reward, uuty
play, comiediy, tragedy, initerhldde, or farce, or
exihit wax figures, or' show, nr etitertait.
mtent of any kttnd whtatsuever, without first
lin iting a licensue (i'ote too Town- Countcil,
which licenise shalt bgtrated upont the pay
mlent of' tenl do,laris, except in the case of
circus coipanties, which shall bp thirty dol
lars, anid every per'son violat ing t his provis
ion of' this Ordinmattce shtall be fined fity
dollars, for each arid every. offenee.
I V. 1And be it'farther e,uacted and ordained,
That it r'hial niot he lawful for atty person
to Hell intoxienting drinks itt amiounats less
titan three diallons, or- in any amoutnt to be
dratnk wholly oi' in part at the place where
sold, any whet'e within otte mile of the Court
flouse in the said Town, without Airst. ob
taintintg a liceunse thierefor from the Clerk.,
whticht miay be grated upon the putymenit of
sixty dollars for what is knownt as a"v Irtaill
lien-se" and cite hundred and twenby fiee
(dllrs for whait is kh9wn as a "tavern li'
cenise ;" and overy person violating thi. pro'
visonl of th'is Orudinance sll be fined fifty
dlollars for each andi every offence.
V. fAnd be'it furthecr enacted and ordained,
Thait all persons inhaubitants of the said
Town, who at-c now (due, owitig aund in ar'
rears for taxes for fthe year ending on fthe
fitst iuue y ini Apri*, 189% idt pay te
same tef-he*Treasttrer or t b Offtre the first
Mondany in June next ; and itn default of
such paymetnt thle person so offending
against this provision of tIl Ordinance
shtall be fined in double thte amount of the
t4$)7lrfi4y t ; pro set 1l fne
w'hen esoeedlfg1.t dqle pplbguabated
to t'he suim of'fst'ydollars.
Done in Courncil, this the 'Itk ay of May,
.A. D. 186; and the corporate seal of the
saId Town
WILLIAM E. AIKEN,
{J.8 } ' Intendant.
JA correct copy.
S C. H. LAnn), Sec. and Tres,
may 19'66-tf
Gen Ok'tORfeeMX & 8. 0.
Rail Road.
& , 86.'bi
T1 HIS Road is now completed to
LRidgeway, and Passenger end Freight
Trats running as below:
Leave Charlotte (on arrival of the
No@ aii) #.p $0a m.
ArrIve at Bdeway at -6.00 pi m.
Leave Rgoway at . 646.s. m.
ArrIve a, btrlotte at 2.60 p. mnt
maw 10' JAI. I DR89 Ig.u't.
COTTON GINS.
E~ tndersiga1luivitng coinpl't d
their' aran ments !or the In: -Iute.
ture, oi iore, tt ' .e . he -1 OTTON " I N S
ever ladi in thit con'ry. IarI now lpa 1
11o ri-ceive, orders, frota p:antera m. d zt o r,i
Wishing to purchwae. The lonig estalished
and well known rIjtfationa of E'lliotlt ' ('()I
tonl Gwi, we lhope will be a sulicieti gn-tr.
ranltee that, tho tLicle will give eliro sti
factiton. J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
may 12'(GG-2mo Winnsboro', S. C.
$50 REWARD.
STOLEN on Fridny night 20th J
instant, nieatr Lewiis' T. 0. ont J
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad, a ltl-ED S(ltO R 1
MAllE MU LlE, 7 or 8 years old-in gotdal
order, barefooted. had on a halter-chalinantt td
lock oan when takeit-no iarks recollece.
A Reward of Twenty.fi%o Dollar-A will lt
given for the return of t le mule, and T wei
ty-fiVe D0111lhars for tle apprehentsion of te
thief, Address
J. S. PHINNEY,
Chester, S C.
Imay 22'G6-8
NEW BPRIG GUOJ.
DRY GOODS
CHARLESTON IOUSE1,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BAN COFT' OL) wE'ANII,
287 i7 &., 3 doors Alaow lentworth
EAt14, i Enve now opendal a spjlealid4
Si ock of Spring tii, Engli'lh,
Frech and Aeitiicai , whicl are of tle
tmost dtsirable styles i lie mtirkets cn allfurd.
To phiatitrs furnitshing the Freml eu ilbv
l'or cloi hinlg or tor ti ter witlh hetm. otir
wholesalo roois offer every inducenet.
Plantatiot goods4 inl every variety.
This being at busy season with the planter
and lie not able to visit fie city, ordei-rs ac1.
c0ompaiinied with city ref'erence will meet
With pronpt. attuenllion.
N. II. Simiples, ivitlt price 'ists, Fent to
any part f' tho State. Our stuck consists
inl 1mr1. of'
White snahurghs. Stripled Oab;tlti'gs,
lie leDenits,. irown Del'itis. IHeavy troilti
Shiltitings, Fine Sea Islatd Brown Shirlins.
Illeached Shiln ags. Bleached 1111a Browin
Shirtings. G 4, 9-4, 10-4, 12 4 l1a Ihl!
and Stripped 1l1ar Iltimatspautis Bleache,'l
tlnid Brown Drills, llack Frinch it-ol
Cloths. llosiery and Gloves, htishi 1 Linen by
tle pitce. TowelIs. Towl-liigs, Lillel Ilim
ask, tall guna11lities, Calicovm. tall iaaliiies,
Dress Goods, Domesti0 Gttinghnamas, piane
Scotch Gighias, Spring Silks imI tilaick
Silk;;, ColoMred Muolins, in overy variety,
Fina French Moislits, While ind tlack
Goods, Fat'rmoers' Brown Linen Duck. Farm-l.
trs' Brown Liten Drills, Fancy Drills aid
Cott11des.
Together wlith every variety to be found
in ottr tine which we ofl'r at.
W1101aA.*81E AND) RETAMI.
All Domiesti Goods nre sold it a very
small advance itn Agents' prices.
We wotuld resliectfilly call th-o attention
of the Planters, Merchl lats, and thl e cili.
zens LoneiAlly. of' Faiihebl Distriet, to our
iailvertisement, anal solicit a call fnom tlhemi
should they visit tlhae city.
STOLL,. WE.11 & CO.,
No. 287 King Si., 3 doors below Wenmt worit
Char-lestol, S. C.
11 C. STOLL, Clarlesion,
CIARLES WEBB, ,
II. C. WALKER,
jian 18'6t-lyr
W1m, C. DUKII-U & CO ,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION 31MICHN1-3,
NO. 6, EXCH NO ' STR ME T.
CHA R1.ES8TON, S. (1:.
wit. C. DI:K:M. -r. C. If. n n
JOHN it. DIKUR, .1. M. CAaRO.
may 12'66-law8mt
JUST JiEOEIVED,
No. 1Maaucee in b)arrels tand ki,
Catrolinatolesan Rie, Hlearaings, Prime L.ard,
Spicie, Pepper annd.Nuat Megs.
Keep ona hiand, ilurdaware, Oils, Luaajps,
Wooden. W are, &c,.
DUIIOSE EGrLESTlON & CO.,
may 10'fI6-sf No. 8, Hotel Ratnge.
Choice Tea.
NN1 11TYSON TE'IA. Be'st Rio
IA Coffee, Advaantaino Cand.ilesa, Mtaca
roni and Mixsed. Pickles. A t
KaETCHIN MuMASTE~R & CO'S.
.Flour, Flour.
X.TRA F?AMILY, ILecker's Self
.. aisinag.
DuLlOSE EG-LES'EON & COs,
Swar 2'66-'tf No. 3, Ilotel Range.
I?i81iBI1 & I9Wi1INE,
(succE'ssoas To)
FISHE~R & AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
IIA R MirA R'E,
nurI ooops',
' And>here'jntate elved an assortmenat of
BhuItAeRCltIst whloh av&ofer'ed:much
below the pilhoe ontomcy~ sinee the close
Keep ou'laad a laigo supply of Com'm,
Maay. aa and GFIeur, of' ,at'Ious
grade.
. 1811,31H.B & LOWRANCE.
ang~ I2160asa. do
PR OSPECTUW
~7.~'-ifJ Illo. '1I.
SEit.v Y: ws intitid publishi.ng
about ile itile of mt\ ilontih, May, a
weekly paper to be entitled
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD.
The I1:CALD, a1cCordiig to the design of
1ho illblishers. will be :% large sheet filled
Wit alli the tiscellanleous matter usiilly
fotind in a first ela;s fatmily paper, such is
.rigini Corresponteuce,
Ori,ilnl matter,
iltest Nws,
Folitirnt,
Commliercial,
Lilt'rairy .11111ter alltd
flisloriel Sketchex,
All interesis involvin t1he pliblic wolfaro
of tlie District, will receive particular atten
tion.
The purposA. ot tlie 'ul Illishers will he to
ieti fly iit selves with tho itterests of' tho
listrict, tind they call upon tle District to
idtentify itself with the intlrests of the pa
per, a thuli- by inuituat ni-I to make a pa
per Iit31 will insin-e a liberal paIr1oiiago
bm'ml 1111'l its own Itlerits
T' n .s. 9:,.u i Yeal. in wivance. A lis
coint to Clubs. 6end in your subscrip
liols.
Tl iinn :.n will he under tie M<litorial
inhnagem0nt of It. A. UAiLt..i anRRd 1. B.
.\leCuci:zcwir.
GEO. H, WALTER & CO.,
F A C '1' 0 I S.
AeCUCI'-.I (ommi!310-.011 .1l1C'M)(tet
AND
FORWAi)MING AGENTS.
NORTI1l .TLA.\TIC W11t11F,
CH ARLE. TON, S, C.
C.E0 n. W.AT.i, W-1.- .I. MCCOHM-IA CK,
E It. WALI:tt,
Bratich at Coui It- Ma, S. C.
A, a. 11. WA LT EIt & SON.
Y 0t!?ic1 1 I E 11
F OR D'S
PHOSPHIATE ORL F ERTILIZER,
:A Illlpi)rour (if life 1,id. Suiprior for
11,11cul, ("allcil, Cl'rl, &r,, &C, Of
Siulperior Q,11li1ly 1111lt Milrruille.t
Conttinlirtf,V V14 111mnt; ex,ntn
to) StE ProduIIcILon of Ornint,
&4-., naiLd Kitllfwoveneat
or Mhe lLand.
r 1118 s confidlly n.ccommetnled t.o
F'AI l;l::s T I BI ,NG LA110E
Cl(OP1, ;ii4 nev ginrtutee it to be as go (
as any Feitiliz.r in fh. Market, and to
bing as good crops. tried side by side with
tiny. even Perum ii Gu nn,111o.
FOR COlN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Puit a hat'ull ,t th hill lien you plant.
W lien the I orii and Cotion are well.up, put,
anoth 11er h ftll to tie hill as a top dress
ing ; and when tle Corn is abot4 to @hoot,
a nd thle Cotton i to blt, another haindful to
hehill ats ai top drie5si. in t.his way theo
Fertilizeir goes di rectly~ to tho plati, andi
the pit gets all of thei bienefit of it. Use
it in this way, anid thne P'lanter clan couJnt
ott gotid crops if te weather is-t, aA favor
abde.
We guarantee it to.prodecoo as good orops
as any othier F?ertilizer uised. Uso it in the
the way dlirectedt, by t he sido of' Perutvian
Guano, or atny oilier Fertilizer. and if' i. doies
not1. lirodute ats good it crop, wo will ref'ut l
twrenty per (cnt oft the pr'ice. Use it in the
way direct ed, by the side of Peruvian Guanno
for fivo years'i consectively ont the s.uite
land, antd it it do"s not pioduce more motney,
and leave the landit in bettor c:Jtlditiou than
Peruvian Gutano at the end of the five y&ars
we will refund the purchaser twenty per
cent of t lie price for the five' years.' Ours.
will improve thce latid, and will leave it. bet
ter than it found it.
Liberal terms. given to prompt and re
uponsible parties.
A gent, Columuibia,. S. C,
For particulars apyt
Winnsboro', 8. C.
march 1'60-tf
MgLLS HOUSE,
Corner Queen and .Meeting Streeta,
0HE4R LE ST.0N, S, C.
TpHIS POPULAR AND WELL
k KNOWN' HOUSE is now fully open
for the recoption of viqitors, hiavinig been
refurnmishedt with New and Elegant Furni
tutre throtaghou4: and offers to the traveller
acconstnodatoris and convenienOes as a First.
Claus liotel, not to be equalled by any North -'
or South. The patronage of the publIo 1s
respectfully solicited.
Rates of Board per day, $0
" "' perv inonth as may be
agreed 'Oh. JOSEP11 PURCEL I

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