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.t Sale of 4,000 pounds Bacon, by W.
I Sheriff's vae ole Baks Cotton.
Sale of Jack, by Messrs. Duvall and
200 Bushels No. I White Corn, by
Elliott & Co.
See the big R R. 0. noti:o of Messrs.
13acot., Rivers & Co.. &c.. &o.
May be expected to-morrow as fol.
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, II
.A. M. and 71 P. M.
Eptscopal Church, Rev. W. P. Du.
J1os, .1 1A A. and 5 P. M.
A. R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11
A. M. and 3 P. M.
Baptist Church, Rev. A. M. Cart.
ledge, II A. M. and 4 P. M.
Presbyterinn Church probably.)
For the Week ending .1une 8th in.
odicitesit summer tendency in earnest.
'Iean temperature 77 degrees.
Heavy rhins on the 3d, 4th ahd 5th.
To AJdlrtiers,- eT br dvertis
ing should he handed in by noon o
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, to
secare insort.ion.in the next day's issue
0 OZ X E R 0 1 A L.
WN.NSBounO, Juune 8.-Cottaon-27
Flour, *14& a 15. per barrel.
Lard, 27 to 80c per pound.
Corn, $1.75 per bushel.
Peas? $1.74 per bushel.
1con, 18 to 25c pe'r pound.
Meal, $1.75 per bushel.
Sorghum, 76o per gallon.
Salt, $5.00 per sack.
Bltter, 25c. per pound.
EggO, 20 to 25c. per dozen.
Tobacco, 45 to $1.10 per pound.
COLUMBIA. June 7.-Cotton, 18 to
22, gold;- 29 to 31, cutiencf.
Corn, $1.50 to 1.70 pfr bushel.
Fiour, $11 to 15 per barrel.
Oats, *I to 1.10 pbr bushel.
Pus, $2.00 to 2.10 per bushel.
Hay, 62 25 to 2.70,
Rice, Rangoon. prime, 11I to 1c;
Carohnia 134 to 14c.
Tobacco, 45c. to 1.10 per pound.
Cojn; gold 36 to 39o. premiub.
CAnLoT, lune 6, 180.-Cotton.
-Market dull at 271 for middling.
Flotjr $.2,50 A'14.00 per baiel.
6aco4, f04 a gec. per pound.
Corn, $1.50 per bushel, in demand.
Peas, *1.45 a 1.40 per bushel.
M1sal, $1.50 a $1.60 per bwhel.
Wheat, none offering.
Oats, $1.00 a 1. 0 per bushel.
,Sorghum, 50c. per gallon.
Nirw YORK, June 5.-Cotton quiet,
at 87 a 39. Sales of the week 7,000
balus; rAcei pts from the weeks from a.1
ports 15,000 ; exports ditto same time
14,000 bales. Sugar clotPd buoyant.
Coffe irm. Molasss duliGold 46 .
'P B IJ A T IO
WiE wit3eti'%&MdndihrnejL, 11th, Inst.,
-V' by Publio Auciee, O large and re
rtaMabi, fne-f'ormned JACK.
Sadekralsers will find IL td tiamir ai~n
tage.os attend the uale.
Terms of sale, either cash or euedit.
0. W. PAUCBTT.
O 50 di. 8 deteI' ht n
juue 9'66-4f No.. 3 otel, tKan .
IACOTXLV*B8 & CO.,
June . e g.
n.weba a me.*tI wn
BosA! 1Wb , egg6
Sale of 4000 Pounds of Bacon
0N Saturday, Juno 16th, I will sell at tht,
Itailroad Depot in Winnsboro, at 11
o'clock A. M.,
8 hlids. prime Bacon Sides, about 2500 lbs.,
2 " " " Shoulders g 1500 "
In iuantities to suit purchasore.
'lerms ot' sale-Crledit until 1st of Novzm
ber next. IV. B. CREIGilT.
ApLLersonb, either white or colore 4, be.
.tween the ages of 21- arid 60 years,
who fail to niake their returns to me be
tween this date and the 4th day of July,
will be double Taxed, without respect ' to
I will be In Winnsboro again on Monday,
Iih inst., and on Monda 2d July.
11. II. JVNNINGS, T. C.
S TOLEN from my stablo, two uifos
below Monticello. on the'night
of the 8d inst., a Bity Maro MULE, medium
size, branded on tho left hip with the letter
s-O," and a faint resemblance of the letter
"if," scarred on the back and shoulders,
and the nq%ith qdly torn by the bridle. I
will pay $25 for any information leading to
the rooovery of tbe Mule, and an additional
$25 for the arrest of the thief.
Montioello, Fairfield District.
AKEN up b; the subscriber on
13unday evening the ad inst.,
at the plantation of Dr. Madden, 8
miles north of Winnboro. on the Rocky
Mount Road, a small male MULE, an iron
grey or mouse color, 7 or 8 years old, has
the narks of liarneqa on hia shoulders, has
a brand on it' I hinlk of U.'s.'and a plece of a
rope around his neck. Thb owner is; re.
quested t come forward, prove property
and take him away.
juno 7'6"-8 SILAS OLADDEN.
. SOUTH CAROLINA,
FAIRFIE D 011STIt,Tq
John R. Cdok and Wife, Bill
Jessie J. Owen, Account.
James H. oiins, ndisovery
Wul. J. Alston, n.nf
Thos McKhtsiry. Relief.
T nppearinig to the lntisfaction of the
Commissioner that James B. Owens,
one of the Pefendaqte in the alove stated
case. resid'es beyond the limits of this State,
on mot ion of Messrs. Rooertson and Ition,
Pt is order4d. that the said Defendant do
plead, answee or demur to the bill( ot Com
plaint filed il hh eoas, within three months
from the publicatidn" h'ereof; or the same
will be orderedp)ro ronfesfe against him.
. Com. in Equity.
12th May, 1866.
Drugs and Medicines !
L ADD IRIIDS. lave lately received
everylmlug usualy kept in a first, class
DRUG STORE, consisting in partof
Quinine and Morphine, (P. qn W's,( Pulv.
and Oum Opium, Glauber, gpspm and
Rochelle Salts, Rhubarb, Sulphur
and Magnesia, Capnphor, Cale
mel and Alum, Jamaica
and African Ginger,
Black and Red
Cloves and Nutmegs, Solution and Powdered
Cit. Magnesia, Seidiots Powders, (best,)
Gelatine and Ismglass, Large Stock
Patent Medicines, Soaps. Per
fumeries, Pomadem, flair
Dyes and Toilet Pow.
ders, Tooth, Nail
All Tinet urea. Syrutps and Solutions pitade
in strict accordance with U. 8. Dispensato
rf of 1866.
Prescriptions filled during all hours of the
day and night.
Physicians will d0 well to give us a call
before purchasing eloewhere.
TJH1E undersigned having coutpleted
.. their arrangenments for the. itanufac
turp, onee mere,. of the best CPTTON GiNS
ever made in this country, are now prepared
to receive orders firom' planters and others,
wishing toi perihase. The long established
and well known reputation of Elliott.'s Cot
tokt Gins, -wd hope will be a sufficient guar.
sqie that lhe artiele v.ill five entir satis
(fetor ' 3. 15. EL L O'TT & O.1
JBLS. M USCO VADOroJ4DMs*S
LINo. I Mackerel in bar-rets and kits;
Carolina clean iet lHe rings, P'rimn~Lard5
Spice, PEpl dud r1W 2egif
' ALSO, e 1 .
Keep on ha n4 glardware, Oili, Lamps;
Weoden Ware, &c.
*DvJIOSB ?QMSON &.0..,
*ener.I mumi.siw iU.4uto
F'O W RDING- A~J~
OHARLEsTO , e .
030. U. waraxU, ine.-,r. 30ecom5ar,
Braneh'at Colnumbia, S. 0.
ann3i :I. 'Wtbbana &ann. .
H.- -. AILLARD,
2ttornev at Ktluo,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
JkLy Office at present in the offico of tle
i nnsblOp w i ,' , my 22.
g I 1AVE ON "iAND FOli,SALI,
twenty barrels FORD'S P1O1SPILATE.
Sold either on credit or for cash.
may 21 11. A. UAILLARD.
SOLICITOR I. EQUITY,
WlNrNSBORO', S. C.
iy" Office. No. 2, Law Range--in reai
of the Court llouse.
KeteMa xoMaster & Co.,
now receiving Palnts and Dye
Stuffs, such as Spanish Brown, Spirits
Turpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Hydraulic
Cement. Extract of Logwood, Burnt Un
b9r, Lihage, Madder, Indigo.
Thb following Groceries: Sugar, Coffee,
Rice, No. 1. Maskerel, Herring, Cooking
Soda, Imperial' add Green Tea of finest
quality, 8pies, N. 0. Molasses, Dried Figs,
Sal Eratus, Candles."
Quinine, Aqaa Ammonia, Spirits Nitre,
Sugar of Lead, Sulphate Zinc, Borax,
Alum, Salt Petre, Itch Ointment, Seidlitv
Powders, Lyons Bed Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot.
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Extract
Musk, Brown Windsor and other fine Toilel
Soaps and Bell Cologne.
We nre how pr4pa'ed to furnish bills ol
Tin Wdtre to Mer;hants on reasonable rates,
FINE 1YSON TEA. Best Ric
Coffee, Adamantino Candles, Mucca.
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KETCiIN, MoMASTER & CO'S.
SAW AND GRIST MILL.
W E have in operation our MILL
four miles east of Ridgeway, and havc
a large lot oflumber on hand. Bills can b(
left with L. W. Dpylp & t4.., Winnsboro'
or sent to us at Ridgeway. Lumber for
Gin-Wheels on hand
J. It. COOK & J. 0. SCHORB.
FISHER & AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
O FFER. a 46d selecti6n of
D RY GOODS
And have just received an assort ment o:
Holti ema Clotlax, which are offered muet
below the prices customary since the closi
of the war. -
Keep on hand a large supply of Corm
flay, Oats and Flour, of varioui
FI8fER & .0AWRANCE.
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZER
An Improvet :of the Land. Superior foi
Wilent, Cotton, Corn, &e., &c, Of
Suiperjor quality and Warranted,
Coastauinsg Ecsuesuts escastital
to tine Prodantotesa of Grntam,
&c., naad Imanprove,nt
of time Lasad.
T lSsconfidently recommended t(
TFA RER~S. TO BRI.NGb LA RGI
as any Fertilizer in the Market, and te
bring as goodl crops. tried side by aide with
any, even P'eruvian Guano.
FOR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C
-Pta handfull to the hill when ou plant
Whemi'heu4rm.'ad OJptoua~ i)lup, put
anothexYhaiTdiut to' tfIe hilf 6 dress
ing ; and when the Corn is about to shoot
and the Cotton to boll, another handful t<
the~ hill as a top dressing. In this way thi
Fertilizer goes direotly to the slant, and
.ItB4*tda g44s all af siend ' U i.
it,R t(m t Vay,';afd tihp', Ip14tW om *on
on good ,qrep. if the* wethew 4 at all favor,
We guarantee it to produce as good eropi
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in thi
the way directed, by tihe side of Peruviai
Guano, or anyyntherFertiliser, and If Rtdoes
not produce as good a crop, we will refund
twenty per cent of the p rice. Use It lin the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Guan<
for five yaM MNdut,e i En the samne
land, and If It does not produce more'money
and leave the land in better condition thar
Peruvian Guano at the end of the five years
we will refund the purchaser twenty pei
ter than it found it.
Liberal terms given to prempt and re
- JAMES G. GIBBS,
.I V. f'Iu VAI5e%. ?'1twIbW8. C.
For part cu ars plyt
Wnaboro', 8. C.
An Old Song, set to a New Tune,
I As spring tapproaches
Ants anl ftnarhe*
From their holes come out
And Nice and Rats,
In spite of cati,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years edtablished In N. Y. City."
"Only ititallible remedies known."
"Free frdt Pbisons."
"Not dabgtrout to the Iluman Family."
"Ritts domd dat of their holes to die."
"Coaterv'9 Rat, Roacla, &c.. Ex
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Aitis, &o., &c., &o., &c.
"Coater's" Bed-B%g Extereitisa
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive fbr Bed-Bugs, &o
"Costar's" Electric Powder for
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bcd-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animale, &c.
ArrW" ! ! ! Bkw.Rr I I ! of all worthless
g&ay- See that "CoSTAR's" name is oi
each Box, lottle, anid Flask, before you buy.
fiW- Address, HENRY R.COSTAR,
484 .iroadway, N. V.
All Drngists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Partner's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by fig
utes that onl pair of RATS will havb a pro
geny and decendants no less than 651.050
th*ft soyears. No*, unless tljia immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 05,000
Niiy- See "CosTAn'S" advertigoment abuve.
RAT4 retyi 11IllDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting sinalt'hirds is a cruel man ; who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefao
tor. 'We shuld like some one to give us
the bepetit of their exiperienco in diving
out'thkse pests We nee'd something bo
side; dogs, cats, and traps for this business.
-ScientiYe Anierican. N. Y
* . See "COSTA R'S" advertisement above.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, sale and mure-the most perfeot.
RAT-itication meeting we have over attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get it, properly
prepared, will eat it, and every one liat
eats it will die, generally at some place a s
distnt as possible from were it was taken.
-.1i,A Shore, Mih . Mirror.
a-&dSeE "CosTAn's" advrtilsonnt abovo.
IOUSEKEE1iERS troubled willh vermuin
needl be so no longer, if they uise "Cos-rn' s"
Exterminator. We bave used it to our satis
faction ; tkiid If a box' cost $5, we would have
it. We have tried poisons, but. they effected
nothing ; but, "Costar's" article knocks the
bireath out of IRats, Mice, Roaches, Ants,
andl Bed-Blugs, quicker than we can write it.
It is in great demand all over thie country.
-Mendina, Ohio, Gazelle.
See~O "Cosv's'" advertisement above.
SVOIGR F1ROM TIlE PAR WVEST.
Speaking of "CosTRn's" Rat, Roach, Ant,
&o., Exterminatort-"moro grain and pro.
visions are destroyed annually in Grant
County by vermin, than would pay for tons
of this -Rit; 16tid Insect; Ktller.~Lancaster,
.% See "Oostau's" adre'rtlsement above,
NARMER5 AND HOUSEKEEPERS
shid1d reoolleot bhap hundreds of dollars
worth of sia ,wvisions, &e., are an
t447 eroyed qi, Migg, Ants, alid
I ter i e69 gi *,n ---alt of which can
be yre 4nte -y fe4 rQas' worth). of
peaa's'' Ra , - aqh ' , &o., ?rtr
r, bg I d.u e y
sti oalqrs ove?ywhere hn
T H IIN*ROPRHETOS' of the Tut.
Wi.i:xKi.Y N.ws intenid publishing
about the riddle of next month, May, a
weekly paper to be entitled
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
Thb MkRALiJ, according to the design of
the publisheis, will be a la-go sheet filled
with all the Miscellaneous matter usually
found in a first class family paper, such as
Literary Matter and
All interesis involving the public welfard
of the District will receive particular at ten
The purposa of the Ppulishers will be to
identify themselves with the interests of the
District, and they call upon the District to
identify itself with aho interests of the pa
por, and thus by mutual aid to make a pa
per that. will insure a liberal patronage
based upon its own merits.
Tgus, $3.00 a year in advance. A dis
count to Clubs. Send in your subscrip
The UERALD wilt be under the Editorial
managenent of 11. A. d]A.LAR itud D. B.
'XTRA FAMILY, Hecker's Self
DuOSE EMLESTON & CO.,
mat- 20'6(--t-f No. 3, lltdl Rangd.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
BTOLLi WEBB & 00.i
JANCIOFT'S OLD STANDs
28'7 ln iy., :.' doors lkomd *1entwortl
N havo now opened a splendi(I
Stok of Spring Goods. English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters tounishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesiel rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a busy stason wth the planter
and he not. able to visit the city, orders ac
companied with cify rdeifence will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, Pent. to
any pnrt of thb State. Our stock consists
in part, of
White Osnahurghs. Striped Osnahurgs,
Blue Denims, Brown Denidis. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island lrown Shirtings,
BleaChed Shirlings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, q-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Brosd
cloths, Hlosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Danm
ask, all qualities, (galicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Doinestic Ginughama',Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and black
Silks, Colored Muslitis, in every variet,y,
Fine French Musalins, White and Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck; Farm..
ers' Ifrown Linen DMils, Fancy Drills and
Togeth'r with every variety to be found
ini our line ; which we of'er at
WHIOLEStALE AND IIETAIlb.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance oli Agenits' prIces.
We would respectfully call the attenttion
of the Planters, Merchants, arrd the citi
zens generally of Fairhold District, toU our
advertisement, and solicit a call fronm theta
should they visit the citp.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,.
No. 287 Kinag 5t.,'8 doors below Wentworf,h,
Char. E leston S. C.
H. C STLL,Charileston,
CHA RLES WEBB,
Hi. C. WALKER,
Cuarner Quewn and Meet fig B5ts'egt
CHARLESTON, S, c.
T iS POPULfAR~ ANDl W1BLL
KNOWN ItOUSE is new fuslly spa
for the .receptioa ef visftors, haing beens
refhrtnished with New atd tiegant iarai
tuvte throughout; anid offers to~ t.he taell -
gccom,moilatlons ad ee:Nonlenooh#e s't
Class Hotel, ht 16 e eequalled li'Wrth
or 8outh. 'Lhe patronage .of the ~dloA
Rae efBard per day',$4?
" " per umonth ats may
agreed on. 3OSMH1 PUaCROB ,